Three-time Formula 1 World Champion Niki Lauda, who passed away on Monday, won 25 Grands Prix for Ferrari, Brabham and McLaren during his glittering career. Here they all are, click on the arrows on the images to scroll through them.
Legendary technical illustrator Giorgio Piola drew all of the key cars of three-time Formula 1 World Champion Niki Lauda, who has passed away aged 70. Here are his best illustrations of some fantastic machinery, as driven by the legend himself.
eNASCAR Heat Pro League to debut live from Charlotte Motor Speedway Sunday with all league events livestreamed on Facebook and Twitch.
Renault executive director Marcin Budkowski thinks it is too "dangerous" for any Formula 1 team to gamble on switching focus to its 2021 car design right now, despite the advantages a head start would give.
Veteran driver picks up fourth win at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park after daring pass by Andrew Ranger on Lap 50 to take the lead for the final time.
McLaren Formula 1 driver Lando Norris believes rival Lance Stroll was to blame for their collision in the Spanish Grand Prix, saying he doesn't understand what Stroll was thinking.
Formula 1 officials and organisers of the Canadian Grand Prix today unveiled the new paddock building at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit in Montreal.
The new Canadian Grand Prix pits and race control building was built on schedule despite an unusually long and hard winter, according to the Montreal event’s promoter.
Former NASCAR Pinty’s Series champion Alex Labbe returns to compete fulltime in the Canadian series for the first time since winning the 2017 championship.
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Team Penske-Chevrolet’s Indy 500 polesitter Simon Pagenaud says he wants a warm Indy 500 because his car is handling so well, but he believes a cool one will be better for the fans because that will help pack the field closer.
The Monaco Grand Prix was first run around the Principality’s streets in 1929, but not as a World Championship event until '50. McLaren has won the race 15 times, with Ayrton Senna topping Graham Hill and Michael Schumacher for the ‘Master of Monaco’ title. Here are all the winners from across the years, click on the arrows above to scroll through them…
Fernando Alonso and McLaren's shock failure to qualify for the 2019 Indianapolis 500 prompted immediate questions about how things went so badly wrong.
It’s not just Fernando Alonso and McLaren who’ve suffered the humiliation of failing to qualify for the Indianapolis 500. Some great drivers and teams, from the past and near-present, have fallen short when everything was on the line to make the field. It just goes to show how damned hard it is here!
Myatt Snider is off to a strong start in his unorthodox NASCAR season that has taken him to two foreign countries so far.
Valentino Rossi says he "suffered very much" on the straights in the 2019 French Grand Prix at Le Mans, with his Yamaha lacking top speed compared to rival bikes.
McLaren says its hopes of making good progress this year have been boosted by its 2019 challenger reacting to updates in a way that last year's car did not.
Aprilia MotoGP rider Aleix Espargaro said it was “really painful” to finish nearly half a minute behind race winner Marc Marquez in the French Grand Prix.
Should Fernando Alonso shoulder some of the blame for McLaren's Indianapolis 500 embarrassment? How will spec brakes change F1? Our technical expert answers those questions and more, as well as sharing his memories of racing at Zandvoort
Thursday at Barcelona offered the first glimpse of the major update packages Formula 1 teams have brought for the Spanish Grand Prix, the first race of the European season.
Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you the Formula 1 technical updates on show in the Barcelona pitlane at the Spanish Grand Prix, the first glimpse of the major developments that teams have brought to the first race of the European season.
Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you the Formula 1 technical updates on show in the Baku pitlane at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, giving insight into the relentless development undertaken by the teams in pursuit of more performance.
The depth and breadth of the illustrative archive of Giorgio Piola really knows no bounds, with the legendary Formula 1 illustrator having captured 50 years of the sport’s technical endeavors. Join us as we continue to take a look at some of his favourite cars and this time venture into the excess and decadence of the 1980s – this time, the Brabham BT52.