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11.10.16

Formula E and the Race Against Time

Formula E leaders believe their series stands the best chance of keeping auto racing relevant amid a rapidly changing transportation industry and the challenges of climate change.

11.4.16

Should F1 Have Set an Example Over Sebastian Vettel’s Outburst?

The FIA decided against taking any action over Sebastian Vettel’s expletive-laden radio rant in Mexico, but does that send out a bad message of its own?

10.6.16

Lewis Hamilton Defends "Fun" Behaviour During FIA Press Conference

The Formula 1 world champion says his behaviour in Thursday's FIA drivers' press conference was "meant to be fun, not at all disrespectful."

10.4.16

Mercedes Poised to Make Formula E Entry in 2018

The all-electric series has been looking to expand its participating teams from 10 to 12, and Mercedes has been evaluating an opportunity to join the championship during the last year.

9.26.16

Is Formula E’s New York Odyssey Really a Game Changer?

Next July, Formula E will achieve something that so many have tried to accomplish yet failed: holding an international motor race in New York City.

9.22.16

Formula E Unveils Track for First Race in New York City

The first-ever Formula E race in New York City will take place with the Statue of Liberty and Lower Manhattan as its dramatic backdrop next July.

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7.29.16

Why Fewer Rules Would Make Formula One Even Worse

As much as Formula One is a battle of man and machine, it has, from day one, also been a fight about a rulebook.

7.22.16

Two Big Threats That Risk Spoiling Formula One

Inconsistently enforced track limits and overly complex racing cars stand in the way of the best performance from 2016's professional, top-level race drivers.

7.13.16

"The Honeymoon Period Is Over": British GP Controversy a Defining Moment for F1 Radio Rules

Mercedes' plans to appeal Nico Rosberg's ten-second time penalty at the British Grand Prix mark a test case in Formula 1's ongoing controversy over team radio communication.

5.26.16

Family of Jules Bianchi Planning Legal Action Against Marussia Team and Formula One

The family of Jules Bianchi, who died from injuries sustained at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix, are planning legal action.

5.10.16

When Bernie Ecclestone Goes, Who Replaces Him?

As Chief Executive of the Formula One Group, Bernie Ecclestone commands a position within motorsport like no one ever has — or probably ever will.

4.27.16

It's D-Day for Formula One’s 2017 Rules Revolution

Bernie Ecclestone, FIA president Jean Todt, and F1 team chiefs will get together in London today to sign off on a raft of changes for next year aimed at reinvigorating the sport and making it more competitive.

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