NXT Gen Cup

Social Media Marketing Tips for Race Drivers

Social Media Icons on a Keyboard

There are some great social media marketing tips for race drivers in this week’s The Business of Being a Race Driver. Yes, I know, you would much rather be out on the track honing your racecraft and winning races but that costs money and social media marketing is one way to help you with that. … Read more

The Only Thing Constant is Change in Sustainable Motorsport

Indycar with Guayule Tires

They say the only thing constant is change and none more so than in sustainable motorsport developments. In this week’s Sustainable Motorsport Roundup I bring you sustainable motorsport developments in series from across the globe, how you can participate in an all-electric rally from London to Paris, sustainable motorsport tech developments, sustainable logistics in Formula … 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

Sustainable Racing for the Next Generation

NXT Gen Cup on Track

The NXT Gen Cup is working hard to bill itself as sustainable racing for the next generation and they have made their first step towards this by announcing their 2023 calendar, details of which you can find in this week’s Sustainable Motorsport Roundup. In addition to this, I have details on the world’s first two-seater … Read more

Super Formula Goes Carbon Neutral and More Sustainable Motorsport News

Super Formula SF23

Last month, the Japanese Super Formula series unveiled their carbon neutral SF23 race car set to debut in 2023. This is significant as they looked to optimize the use of natural fibre in their body panels and reduce the use of carbon fibre. In addition to this, there were a number of other interesting sustainable … Read more

F1 Launches Driver Development Initiatives Plus Program News from Porsche & Honda

2023 Honda Performance Development Driver Program

Formula 1 has finally launched some young driver development initiatives that will hopefully encourage more young drivers to enter the sport and in this week’s Driver Development & Racecraft News Roundup, I have all the details. I also look at the new driver development programs that Porsche North America has announced as well as the … Read more

Sustainable Motorsport Roundup for October 29, 2022

Electrikhana

This week in the Sustainable Motorsport Roundup I bring yet more developments in the fast-paced world of sustainable motorsport. The Roundup looks at the state of EV racing in the United States, an all-electric Gymkhana race car, issues with Formula E’s new fast charging technology and much more. I also bring you details on a … Read more

Motorsport Series News for October 19, 2022

Audi TT Cup Racing Series

This week, the Motorsport Series News Roundup is packed with all kinds of developments from around the globe. In Sports Cars, I have news on the future of the WEC calendar, a new qualifying race in the Hankook 24H, the Bathurst 12 Hours returning to all pro lineups and more. In Single-Seaters, the Road to … Read more

Sustainable Motorsport Roundup for October 15, 2022

Entropy Racing

If you are a club racer or track day participant and you are wondering how you fit in with today’s emerging electrified racing scene, this edition of the Sustainable Motorsport Roundup is for you. There are some exciting developments and suggestions on how you can participate with an electric club racer as well as what … Read more

Motorsport Series News Roundup for September 28, 2022

Mazda MX-5 Cup Cars

This week’s Motorsport Series News Roundup is packed with a lot of new developments in the world of global motorsport, most of it good, some of it not so much. While the prize fund for the Mazda MX-5 Cup is increasing, the advancement fund in Indy Lights is actually being reduced. I also bring news … Read more

Sustainable Motorsport Roundup for September 24, 2022

DTM Electric

This week in the Sustainable Motorsport Roundup I cover everything from Ford’s changing electric racing plans to Mercedes F1 testing biofuels in their fleet of trucks used to transport the team around Europe. I also look at testing sustainable fuels in Formula 2, DTM Electric’s sound experiments and two opportunities for young drivers interested in … Read more

Sustainable Motorsport Roundup for August 20, 2022-Next Generation Racing

NXT Gen Cup LRT NXT1 Race Car

This week in the Sustainable Motorsport Roundup I look at everything from a new concept for a more sustainable Formula 1 to an electric muscle car. Along the way I bring you details on the new F1 power unit, Brabham Automotive, the World eX Summit, green racing tires, sustainable luggage and more. So, let’s get … Read more

Sim Racing and Esports News for July 14, 2022

Sim Racing and Esports News for July 14, 2022

I start things off in this week’s Sim Racing and Esports News roundup with the announcement of WEC driver Ferdinand Habsburg’s exciting new motorsport project called Rebel Team. It will be a team that fans will be allowed to own shares in and contribute to some of the team decision making. Interestingly, beyond just being … Read more

Sustainable Motorsport Roundup for July 9, 2022-A Carbon Neutral Bloodhound

Bloodhound Land Speed Record Car

This week’s Sustainable Motorsport Roundup really does cover the depth and breadth of motorsport. From the now carbon-neutral land speed record of the Bloodhound project to electric touring cars to running historic race cars on sustainable fuels, there is something here for everyone so here we go! The British Bloodhound Land Spreed Record Project has … Read more