Lewis Hamilton, Stirling Moss, Monza, 2015

Hamilton and Moss take to the Monza banking

F1 pictures

Lewis Hamilton and Stirling Moss took to the historic banked Monza circuit in a pair of classic Mercedes racing cars last month.

Luca di Montezemolo, Ferrari, Finali Mondiali, Mugello, 2013

Ferrari have been “lucky”, says Montezemolo

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Ferrari “lucky” in 2015 – Montezemolo • Trulli suspects Alonso may never win again • Haas plan to announce drivers by September

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Bahrain International Circuit, 2015

Who’ll win the 2015 title? Try the Points Calculator

2015 F1 season

Is Lewis Hamilton going to run away with the 2015 title – or can one of his rivals close the gap? Work it out on the F1 Fanatic Points Calculator.

Markus Niemela, Spa, 2007

The drivers of GP2’s first ten seasons: Part three

GP2

Continuing our look at the first ten years of GP2 drivers, read about those who won world championships, conquered Macau’s fearsome track – or went dirt oval racing.

Eric Boullier, Ron Dennis, McLaren, Shanghai International Circuit, 2015

McLaren support 2017 engine changes

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: McLaren ‘ready to fight’ if engine rules change • “Hardcore cost cutting” at Lotus • Sainz Jnr considered following father into rallying

Start, Circuit de Catalunya, Barcelona, 2007

Start shots: Spanish Grand Prix

F1 Pictures Pictures

One driver has mastered how to make up places on lap one at the Circuit de Catalunya – local hero Fernando Alonso – although he hasn’t always got it quite right.

Antonio Felix da Costa, DTM, Hockenheimring, 2015

WEC sizzles at Spa and rain delivers DTM thrills

Weekend Racing Wrap

Last weekend’s racing action including a tasty WEC scrap between Porsche and Audi, rain-inspired DTM and F3 battles at Hockenheim, and the usual NASCAR crash-fest at Talladega.

Start, Bahrain International Circuit, 2015

Iran planning to build F1-standard racing circuit

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Iran building F1-spec track • Ferrari will take a while to catch Mercedes – Vettel • McLaren hopeful of strong Monaco result

Google self-driving car

Will driverless cars make motor racing irrelevant?

Debates and Polls

In a future world where people no longer driver their own cars, will motor sports like Formula One still seem relevant?

Riverside International Raceway by Pete Lyons

Riverside International Raceway book review

F1 review

Riverside is one of few former Formula One tracks to have been demolished. This new book explains why the IndyCar, NASCAR and drag racing venue was destroyed.

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