Next month sees the launch of Motorsport Manager racing management game for the PC. F1 Fanatic spoke to the game’s creator Christian West.
Desire Wilson is the only woman to have won a race for F1 cars. But her progress was dogged by politics and the hostility of some of her male rivals.
Recreating great F1 corners like Eau Rouge and popular tracks like Suzuka is practically impossible due to the FIA’s rules on circuit design, according to the man who designed the newest track on the calendar.
Rush director Ron Howard says the biggest challenge of creating his film about the 1976 F1 season was getting the look of the car right.
Aspiring American Formula One driver Alexander Rossi says the sport’s return to the Circuit of the Americas this year will be a “true test” of whether the sport can succeed in the USA.
James Rossiter tells F1 Fanatic how Force India’s simulator helped the team in the second half of 2012 – and develop their 2013 car.
Pirelli motorsport director Paul Hembery says F1 needs to plan who will run the sport after Bernie Ecclestone.
Pirelli motorsport director Paul Hembery says he does not expect to see a return to competition between tyre suppliers in Formula One.
F1 Fanatic spoke to Bruno Senna ahead of his first appearance in the British Grand Prix.
Rubens Barrichello says F1 is “better than ever” and credits Pirelli for increasing overtaking.
Karun Chandhok believes India’s F1 track will be ready on time.
One scene in Senna the filmmakers thought was comical gets a very different reaction in Brazil.
1994: San Marino Grand Prix When it came to composing the scenes of Ayrton Senna’s death, the filmmakers had a clear idea what they were trying to do – and what they were keen to avoid. The film’s writer Manish Pandey explained: “We had certain rules. We were not going to move anything from one … Continue reading The Making of Senna part 8: The Death of Ayrton Senna
How were the producers of Senna going to handle its unavoidably tragic conclusion?
Alain Prost says he’s not going to watch the Senna film because he is “suspicious” about it.
Senna writer Manish Pandey explains why some famous moments were left out of the film.
How the sound effects in Senna were painstakingly re-touched.
How the producers of Senna convinced Bernie Ecclestone to let them make the film.
Senna executive producer Manish Pandey talks about meeting Senna’s family.
The first part of a new series on the making of the film “Senna”.