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Who Is in Charge of Formula 1?

Stefano Domenicali and Mohammed Ben Sulayem

Who is in charge of Formula 1? That should have a relatively straightforward answer but based on the back and forth this week between the FIA and Liberty Media, most fans and possibly the teams and Liberty Media themselves may not be quite so sure of the answer. In addition to the FIA/Liberty war of … Read more

How to Drive Corners Faster, Physical and Mental Conditioning Tips and More

Race Track Corner

This week I bring you advice on how to drive corners faster, physical and mental conditioning tips and more helpful race driver-related information in my latest Driver Development News & Racecraft Tips & Techniques Roundup. You will also find tips on driving at Sebring, managing your race weekend, and a number of driver development opportunities … Read more

Porsche & Ford in F1, Reviving Lola and What is Legally Considered an F1 Seat?

Porsche & Ford in F1, Reviving Lola and What is Legally Considered an F1 Seat?

This week in the Business of Motorsport Roundup I look at rumors of Ford and Porsche in F1, the revival of Lola and the legal definition of what is considered an F1 seat in a loan agreement signed by F1 driver Nyck de Vries. I also look at changes coming to this year’s Miami Grand … Read more

F1 Teams Bicker over Andretti as Saudi Arabia Looks to Attract Teams to the Kingdom

Andretti Cadillac F1 Car

While F1 teams continue to bicker over the possible addition of Andretti-Cadillac to the grid, Saudi Arabia is looking to poach teams from Motorsport Valley in this week’s Business of Motorsport roundup. It is not just Andretti that wants to join the F1 circus either as two teams from Asia are also looking to join … Read more

Inside the McLaren Technology Centre, Germans in NASCAR, and More Business of Motorsport News

McLaren Technology Centre

An inside tour of the McLaren Technology Centre is just one of the highlights of this week’s Business of Motorsport News Roundup column. In addition to that I have an update on Ford in F1, Michael Andretti’s plans for an F1 team, Porsche Motorsport’s grand ambitions for 2023, Red Bull Racing terminating a crypto sponsor … Read more

Electric Racing Expands its Reach and More Sustainable Motorsport News

Brink Motorsport Tesla Model 3

Electric racing has expanded its reach and as I demonstrate in this week’s Sustainable Motorsport Roundup, it’s not just Formula E anymore. People have been asking if anybody is racing a Tesla, and as you will see this week, they will be next year in the STCC. I also show you the strides that Zandvoort … Read more

Sustainable Motorsport is a Journey

Audi RS Q e-tron

Saying that sustainable motorsport is a journey may sound like a clever play on words, but it truly is. If you look at the initial attempts to create more sustainable forms of motorsport such as the Formula E Gen1 cars that could not last a race distance, it is amazing how far the sport has … Read more

An Invitation to Learn About Sustainable Motorsport

Seb Vettel Invitation Tee Shirt

Consider this week’s column an invitation to learn about sustainable motorsport. Inspired by Sebastian Vettel’s “Invitation” tee-shirt, if you were not aware of some of the ongoing developments in sustainable motorsport, this is a great introduction to the topic. I have information on everything from a hydrogen-powered motorsport-focused engine to how the Audi RS Q … Read more

Business of Motorsport for September 16, 2022

FIA Women in Motorsport Commission Monza 2022 Networking Event

This week in the Business of Motorsport I once again bring you news and developments from throughout the world of motorsport. I look at the recent FIA Women in Motorsport Commission networking event in Monza, what’s next for Red Bull Powertrains, the legal aspect of NFTs and the metaverse for sports brands, Ford’s motorsport plans … Read more

Business of Motorsport for September 9, 2022

Van Diemen RF350

The Business of Motorsport just keeps getting bigger week after week and this week is no exception. From the state of drag racing in the United States to Porsche’s role in F1 and their upcoming IPO, from internship programs with race teams and series to the return of Van Dieman, it is all here. I … Read more

Motorsport Series News Roundup for August 17, 2022

Motorsport Series News Roundup for August 17, 2022

This week’s Motorsport Series News Roundup has a bit of an old school vibe as I talk about new race cars from Porsche and Maserati as well as La Carrera Panamericana. I also look at Radicals in the Philippines, the return of the Australian Formula Ford festival, details on the new Toyota GR Cup, FIA … Read more

Motorsport Series News for August 03, 2022-That New Race Car Smell

Ferrari 296 GT3

The smell of new race cars permeates this week’s edition of Motorsport Series News. Both Ferrari and Porsche have debuted their new GT3 racers and McLaren have announced an Artura-based race series. The new 12 Hours of Kuwait has been announced as well as the opportunity to test Australia’s S5000 single-seaters. There is also a … Read more

Motorsport Series News Roundup for July 27, 2022-Maserati Back on Track

Motorsport Series News Roundup for July 27, 2022-Maserati Back on Track

This week’s Motorsport Series News Roundup has a lot of news from Maserati as they rejoin the sports car racing fraternity. I also have news of Touring Cars at the Motorsport Games, IMSA on the streets of Chicago, BMW goes WEC, the Vanwall Hypercar on track and more. A lot of news this week from … Read more

Business of Motorsport for July 22, 2022

Business of Motorsport for July 22, 2022

This week in the Business of Motorsport news roundup there are all kinds of developments to digest. From the growth of Formula One since Liberty Media bought the commercial rights, to Indycar’s quest for a third engine supplier, to IMSA’s new look GTP class and how the concept evolved. I also sadly bring news of … Read more

The Business of Motorsport for July 7, 2022

The Business of Motorsport for July 7, 2022

This week’s Business of Motorsport is packed with news and views from around the world of motorsport. This week’s edition features everything from how Ducati is using their experience in developing their MotoE bike to contribute to the design of their production bikes, whether F1’s popularity will make it more attractive to sports bettors, and … Read more

Motorsport Series News for June 8, 2022-Two Reveals and a Tease

BMW M Hybrid V8

In Motorsport Series News this week I have a reveal from BMW, a partial reveal from Lamborghini, and a tease from Acura. I also look at new Nissan Z Racing Concept cars and a new Dakar Rally Raid route. Finally, there is also news on the upcoming Motorsport Games and more. BMW have released images … Read more

The Business of Motorsport for May 20, 2022

Theeba Motorsport Mercedes

The Business of Motorsport column is getting longer and longer each Friday as the motorsport business news shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, things are accelerating, with major developments in Formula E, Formula 1 and international sportscar racing. I also have some motorsport sponsorship updates, the latest Business of Running a Race Team … Read more

Motorsport Series News for May 11, 2022-Lotus Goes GT4

Motorsport Series News for May 11, 2022

This week in Motorsport Series News I have details on the new Lotus Emira GT4 race car, more information and video on the new Ferrari 296 GT3, Corvette Racing’s plans for Europe, FT-60 homologation news and more. Sports Cars The Ferrari website has some great photos, videos and technical information on the new for 2023 … Read more

Motorsport Series News for March 16, 2022-Hypercar, Formula 2 and More

Motorsport Series News  for March 16, 2022

This week in Motorsport Series News I have developments from the world of Formula 2, the new ERA Championship, GT racing, GTP/Hypercar, SCCA road racing and more. Single-Seater Series News As the 2022 season kicks off in Bahrain, F2 and F3’s CEO Bruno Michel looks back at 2021 and looks ahead to 2022 in both … Read more

Motorsport Series News for January 26, 2022 – Single-Seater and Sports Car News from Around the World

Motorsport Series News for January 26, 2022

This week’s Motorsport Series News Round-Up spans the globe and features both single-seater and sports car news from mainland Europe, the UK, the United States and Australia. Single-Seaters Last week I mentioned how the grid for the Italian F4 Championship is growing at the potential expense of its German equivalent. As a possible confirmation. French … Read more