The final launch of F1 2013 was completed this morning as the Williams F1 Team FW35 was unveiled at the final F1 test in…
Porsche’s 918 Spyder has entered a critical phase in its development as the first prototype vehicles begin a period of driving trials on the road.
There’s a very ‘short’ list of women who have graced the Formula 1 paddock as drivers and now Scottish DTM racer, Susie Wolff, joins the ranks of the best drivers in the world.
It goes without saying, that anybody with a whiff of petrol in their veins will be eagerly anticipating next Sunday’s Australian grand prix from Melbourne. The start of the 2012 Formula One season.
Williams F1 confirmed today that Alex Wurz has joined the team as a driver mentor and will assist race drivers, Pastor Maldonado and new recruit Bruno Senna make the most of the improved Williams-Renault FW34-01. Wurz last raced for the Williams F1 team in 2007.
There can be a number of reasons why a founding director would choose to resign from a board they helped create, but usually they move to a non-executive role where their knowledge can continue to benefit the business and its shareholders.
It was whilst watching Dragon’s Den on BBC TV the other evening that I started to wonder about the physical input (time, management, direction) given to those who successfully pitched their ideas. The financial element is, of course, clearly stated but as most of us know, any venture that is struggling to capitalise on its potential needs more than just hard cash and “association”. This was absolutely the case with the fancy dress business which was eventually taken-on by Duncan Bannatyne.
After weeks of rumour that the BBC would be dropping its coverage of F1 in a bid to save costs, a seven-year deal was announced this morning which will see both the BBC and Sky providing coverage across their broadcast and digital properties.
“With this new deal not only have we delivered significant savings but we have also ensured that through our live and extended highlights coverage all the action continues to be available to licence-fee payers,” said the BBC’s Head of Sport, Barbara Slater.
Team Lotus has today confirmed that GE (General Electric Company), a leading global technology and infrastructure company, has joined the Anglo-Malaysian team as a Premium Partner.
Team Lotus has confirmed today that it is expanding its wind tunnel operations having confirmed a deal with Williams F1 to use one of the Grove based team’s two wind tunnels from September 2011.
Jaguar announced this morning that the C-X75 hybrid supercar, first shown at the Paris motor show last autumn, will go into production with a limited run of 250 cars priced between £700,000 – £900,000 depending on market and local taxes.
2010 will come to be known as the turning point for environmentally responsible, alternative-energy motoring – it was the year when high-performance sporting brands made hybrid and electric powerplants cool. Porsche revealed the 911 GT3 R Hybrid, sent it out to compete with the big guns at the Nürburgring 24 hours and in ALMS and in doing so, showed that ‘green’ doesn’t mean slow