Watch the official unveiling of the C37, the Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team’s racing car for the 2018 Formula One Championship season. The C37 signifies the first year of the partnership between two great brands in motorsport, Alfa Romeo and Sauber Motorsport.
Red Bull have a 2018 car! After several months with a collection of parts and a long job list, today they are making the next big step…
Daniel Ricciardo is taking the all-new Aston Martin-Red Bull Racing-TAG Heuer RB14 for a spin at Silverstone as they conduct a pre-season filming day.
The weather was wet, the track was cold but on 19th February 2018, the RB14 turned its first laps at a filming day in Silverstone. After running concluded, Daniel professed himself happy with his first experience of the new car.
“It’s always hard to tell from a few laps but the initial feeling is good. It’s not doing anything that scares me and I can already feel that the rear of the car feels pretty settled, even in these poor conditions. Those are encouraging early signs.”
We’ve got a full Pirelli rainbow of tyres for 2018. But how much will the new selection of tyres affect racing?
WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING reveals a first look of its 2018 Formula One challenger, the Williams Mercedes FW41, at the team’s season launch in London.
The inaugural Antofagasta Minerals Santiago E-Prix was all-action on track, but what did that track look like before ABB Formula E rolled into town? In this mini-documentary, ABB Formula E TV Director Westbury Gillett shows us some of the challenges of racing (and filming) in the heart of one of the world’s great cities.
First car of the season revealed. Note the black halo.
11 is the score to beat – will Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene seize top spot from Christian Horner? Time to find out…
As part of the #OnBoard series Red Bull Racing’s Max Verstappen pushes the boundaries by driving a Formula One car on snow at Kitzbühel, Austria. It sure beats taking the ski lift!
Formula 1 will end the long-standing practice of using walk-on grid girls, commencing with the start of the 2018 FIA Formula 1 World Championship season. These changes also apply to our other motorsports series that take place during the Grands Prix weekends.
Formula 1 considers the time spent by teams and drivers on the grid before a race as one of celebration, where guests and various performers can add to the glamour and spectacle of the Grand Prix, enabling promoters and partners to showcase their countries and products.
“Over the last year we have looked at a number of areas which we felt needed updating so as to be more in tune with our vision for this great sport,” said Sean Bratches, Managing Director, Commercial Operations at Formula 1.
“While the practice of employing grid girls has been a staple of Formula 1 Grands Prix for decades, we feel this custom does not resonate with our brand values and clearly is at odds with modern day societal norms. We don’t believe the practice is appropriate or relevant to Formula 1 and its fans, old and new, across the world.”
The new F1 season begins on March 25 with the 2018 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
Check out the Gen2 ABB Formula car from 360 degrees! Do you like the new design? What’s your favourite detail?