BMW i Andretti Motorsport's Maximilian Guenther clinched a hard-earned victory at yesterday’s Santiago ePix to become the youngest Formula E winner in history.
After a thrilling and truly excting season-opening weekend in Saudi Arabia, the world’s most famous and innovative fully electric racing series is back in action in Chile for Round 1 and 2, the Antofagasta Minerals Santiago E-Prix.
Despite the performance gains achieved by Honda and Renault, the Japanese and the French manufacturer are yet to make inroads when in comes to the reliability and durability of their complex hybrid power units. In our latest review, Balázs Szabó looks back at the power unit useage by the different engine-manufacturers in the 2019 season.
By setting six fastest race laps in 2019, Lewis Hamilton won the DHL Fastest Lap Award to further cement his position as the leading and dominating force in the current hybrid era of the sport.
Last year’s British Grand Prix enticed a record-breaking number of race fans, settling any doubts over the popularity of Formula One. In our latest review, Balázs Szabó looks at the numbers that the long 2019 has produced.
Following nine months of hard racing, the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship came to an end when the chequered flag fell at Abu Dhabi in early December. In the first part of a column, F1Technical.net’s Balázs Szabó analyses the vital facts that the 2019 F1 season has produced since March.
F1technical take a look at the aerodynamics of an F1 car designed to the 2021 regulations as compared to the modified Perrin F1 model used in previous studies.
The culmination of two years of research concluded on October 31st when FOM and the FIA jointly presented the rules for 2021 in Austin. The car presented was the FOM wind tunnel model which is highly stylized, but what do the regulations say and how will teams go about designing cars for 2021?
After evaluating Pirelli's proposed new tyres for the 2020 Formula One season, the teams have voted against the new tyre specification, forcing F1 to continue with this year's specification.
Hosted by FIA President Jean Todt and FIA Deputy President for Sport, Graham Stoker, the World Motor Sport Council gathered today in Paris during the 2019 Annual General Assembly for its fourth and final meeting of the year.