It’s not often that a major race championship is won in August, or with 3 races remaining, so here’s a shout-out to Carlin’s Enaam…
To Formula One’s massive global TV audience, he is one of the most recognisable faces in the paddock. A young man never afraid to…
Mercedes AMG’s new W04 F1 car took to the track in Jerez this morning with Nico Rosberg at the wheel. His team mate Lewis…
Mercedes new boy, Lewis Hamilton, made his first appearance as a works Silver Arrow driver at the home of Mercedes-Benz in Stuttgart. He also…
With all the attention this morning focused on the ‘Big’ announcement of Lewis to AMG Mercedes and Sergio Pérez to McLaren – we realised that far more significant news may have been overlooked.. What happens to the future of Tooned!?
Despite failing to finish last weekend’s F1 Singapore grand prix, Lewis Hamilton remained firmly in the headlines as the F1 paddock debated his future with the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes team.
As part of Johnnie Walker’s Step Inside The Circuit series of films, Vodafone McLaren Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button join a cast of locals in describing what the Singapore Grand Prix is really like.
If there’s one thing most people know about Ron Dennis, it’s how much of a perfectionist he is about.. well everything really. Here is a man who has built McLaren up to become the most respected of all race teams, second only to Ferrari in some people’s eyes.
So when I first watched their new animation series – Tooned, produced together with the creative wizards at Framestore, I was curious to find out about McLaren’s goals for the project and how it would push the boundaries for branded content in motorsport.
This is the track-only McLaren MP4-12C racing concept, designed for the North American market and due to make its world debut at the Pebble Beach Concours event in California this weekend.
Lewis Hamilton’s management team has received a boost with the appointment of seasoned F1 manager Didier Coton. Coton has previously managed drivers such as Alexander Wurz, Nicolas Lapierre, Oliver Turvey and James Rossiter, but is perhaps better known for his management of Mika Hakkinen and Olivier Panis.
Yesterday, the great and the good from the world of motorsport descended on McLaren’s Technical Centre in Woking for the unveiling of the team’s 2012 F1 contender, codenamed MP4-27.
If you were following us on Twitter yesterday, then you might have noticed the invitation I posted inviting anyone who’s visited McLaren’s award-winning Technology Centre (MTC) to contact me.
The reason for my request was to provide some background to the BBC’s coverage of McLaren’s new £50m Production Centre (MPC), which is being opened by British Prime Minister, David Cameron, this afternoon.