Were you screaming “don’t convert to a three-stopper” at Red Bull on Sunday? Then look out for hit mobile game Motorsport Manager’s forthcoming leap to the big screens.
F1 2015, the latest edition of Codemasters’ official Formula One game, is set for an early release this June for PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Codemasters have announced details of their upcoming Formula One games based on the 2014 and 2015 seasons including a title for ‘new generation platforms’.
Does the addition of classic cars, drivers and tracks breathe new life into Codemasters’ official F1 game franchise? Will Wood takes it for a spin.
Can’t wait to get your hands on Codemasters’ F1 2013? F1 Fanatic has seven copies of the latest F1 game up for grabs – and it’s not even on the shelves yet!
Codemasters have confirmed details of the classic cars, drivers and tracks which will feature in F1 2013.
The official Formula One game for 2013 will feature classic cars and tracks from the eighties and nineties. F1 Fanatic had a first play of F1 2013.
Mercedes avoided a serious penalty on Friday as Ross Brawn once again emerged as the biggest winner in an encounter with the hand of FIA justice.
Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn denied Mercedes’ punishment for conducting a three-day test ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix was lenient.
Ferrari say Mercedes “got away virtually scot free” for breaking the testing regulations.
The FIA International Tribunal has banned Mercedes from participating in this year’s Young Drivers Test. Is it a fair punishment for breaking the testing rules?
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner reacted to the FIA’s punishment of Mercedes by pointing out that teams prefer having the opportunity to use their race drivers in tests.
Mercedes say they will not appeal against the International Tribunal’s verdict on the test it conducted in May.
The FIA has pledged to “strengthen” how it regulates testing in Formula One following Mercedes’ punishment for conducting a test with Pirelli ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix.
Here is how the events unfolded which led to Mercedes and Pirelli being found guilty of breaking the rules by holding a secret tyre test.
The FIA International Tribunal ruled Mercedes “had no reason to believe that approval had not been given” by the FIA for their three-day tyre test for Pirelli.
An FIA Tribunal has banned Mercedes from participating in this year’s Young Drivers’ Test for conducting a three-day test ahead of the Monaco Grand Prix.
An FIA Tribunal will convene in two days’ time to rule on Mercedes’ controversial test. Here’s what they’ll consider and what penalties they could impose if Mercedes are found guilty.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo hopes the FIA will prosecute Mercedes for carrying out a three-day test for Pirelli.
Mercedes will learn their fate in the FIA’s International Tribunal hearing on June 20th.