Matthew Cook wants to know when the 2013 F1 calendar will be revealed.
Tio Ellinas has earned a chance to drive for Marussia in next year’s Young Drivers’ Test.
Lewis Hamilton’s rumoured move to Mercedes could have a seismic effect on the 2013 driver market by opening up a seat at the team with the fastest car in F1 at the moment.
Marussia will use a Kinetic Energy Recovery System for the first time in 2013, technical consultant Pat Symonds has confirmed.
The Singapore Grand Prix is set to remain on the F1 calendar after Bernie Ecclestone and the race promoters agreed terms for a contract extension.
Plans for a second Grand Prix in the United States of America were formally announced today.
Formula 1 is poised to confirm a second race in the USA.
The Sunday Times has claimed the BBC will drop its Formula 1 coverage after the 2013 season.
FIA president Jean Todt has endorsed Craig Pollock’s plans for a new engine supplier.
Ecclestone says he’s “anti, anti, anti, anti moving into this small turbo four formula” in 2013.
Cosworth may offer KERS and transmission packages to F1 teams in 2013.
The FIA has confirmed a reduction in F1 engine capacity for 2013.
Turbocharged, four-cylinder 1.6-litre engines will be used from the 2013 season.
F1’s new technical rules for 2013 will include a return to turbo engines and ground effect aerodynamics, according to Autosport. The two technologies, which were hallmarks of F1 racing in the late seventies and eighties, will be revived in an effort to make F1 racing more exciting for fans and more relevant for car manufacturers. … Continue reading Turbos and ground effect “back in 2013”