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Ferrari reveal telemetry lap of the Hungaroring 7th August 2014, 11:57
Ferrari show how telemetry is used to help their drivers identify why they are gaining or losing time relative to their team mates.
Videos reveal planned changes to Mexico’s F1 track 24th July 2014, 8:57
Almost every corner on the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez will be altered to accommodate Formula One when it returns to the venue for the 2015 Mexican Grand Prix.
‘We wanted to keep old Hockenheimring’ – Tilke 15th July 2014, 12:15
Ahead of this weekend’s race at the Hockenheimring, Formula One circuit designer Hermann Tilke has given rare insight into why the circuit was drastically altered in 2002.
F1 must keep popular venues like Monza – drivers 3rd July 2014, 15:42
Formula One drivers say Monza should keep its place on the calendar because it is a popular, historic and unique venue.
Circuit Gilles Villeneuve gets new ten-year F1 deal 7th June 2014, 21:07
The Canadian Grand Prix will remain at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for a further ten years.
BRDC scraps plan to sell Silverstone Circuits 7th May 2014, 12:22
The British Racing Drivers’ Club has abandoned its plan to sell Silverstone “for the time being at least” after talks with a potential investor fell through.
Massa on top for Williams on damp final day 31st January 2014, 16:53
Felipe Massa finished his first test for Williams on a high by setting the fastest time on the final day of running
A Radical experience at Silverstone 30th December 2013, 22:02
What’s it like to pilot a fearsome Radical SR3 RS around the Silverstone grand prix circuit? Will Wood found out, and so can you.
A modern classic: Driving a lap of COTA 14th November 2013, 11:34
I had the chance to do what 22 Formula One drivers will do on Sunday – drive one of the best modern circuits in Formula One.
Button relishes challenge of “unforgiving” Suzuka 8th October 2013, 8:53
Jenson Button says Suzuka is one of the most appealing circuits for a Formula One driver because it doesn’t allow them to get away with making mistakes.