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Bahrain Grand Prix Race Review

Qualifying showed a brilliant effort from Ferrari, with Sebastian Vettel starting on pole; stealing it from Kimi Räikönnen on his final lap of the session. Räikönnen completed a Ferrari 1-2 by qualifying in P2, just under half a tenth slower than his teammate. That’s the first Ferrar 1-2 for over a decade. Bottas and Hamilton

British GT Photo Gallery Oulton Park- Easter Monday 2018

On Easter Monday, I attended the British GT and BRDC British F3  season opener at Oulton Park. I took my camera with me to take some pictures for the website. The British GT Championship has to include some of the best sounding racing cars in the world. It's well worth going to watch them when

BTCC Season Preview

  In this article, I will go through each of the teams on the BTCC grid and make my predictions on the upcoming season. This season, there is a record amount of race winning drivers competing; which should ensure one of the most exciting seasons in the BTCC’s 60 year history. Team BMW/BMW Pirtek Racing

Driverless cars – road to nowhere?

Drivers fail to see that automated and driverless vehicles will deliver promised benefits according to a new study. When asked about what benefits will be delivered, the second most popular response was ‘none’ as more than a third of respondents could not identify any advantage that would follow future advances. In identifying their feelings about

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Haas F1; the Formula 1 season has begun

Haas F1 Team Begins Second Formula One Season with Australian Grand Prix   Last year’s Australian Grand Prix saw the debut of Haas F1 Team in the FIA Formula One World Championship. The first American Formula One team in 30 years made quite the impression, with driver Romain Grosjean finishing sixth in the season-opening race.

Ferrari celebrations get underway

On March 12 1947, Enzo Ferrari fired up the 125 S, the first car to bear his name. That test-drive on the streets of Maranello marked the start of modern Ferrari history. The then-modest factory quickly grew into one of the great internationally-renowned Made in Italy icons. Now, exactly 70 years later, on March 12

Haas F1, we take a look

Whilst this week in preseason testing paddock talk has been all about Ferrari, the 'are they or aren't they' real contenders, we take a look at another F1 team that will be Italian powered with a Ferrari engine at it's heart, the Haas F1 Team. That said engine is the Ferrari 062, a turbocharged 1.6

Catch a Spider at Mangoletsi

It was only by chance I was passing, having spent the morning with an Italian car bearing the prancing horse, I found myself driving down some country lanes in Cheshire, thinking how some of these lanes would make driving the said car uncomfortable due to its width, should there be something oncoming. So as I

Alfa Romeo hatchbacks under threat

It seems as Alfa Romeo continues it's revival with various new models in the 'pipeline' following the Giulia and recent launch of its SUV the Stelvio, that two of its existing models may face being dropped. The Alfa Romeo MiTo and Giulietta hatchbacks are at risk of being scrapped, with Alfa saying the two hatchbacks

Weekly News Letter

2017 and we hope you had a fabulous Christmas and New Year. It's been a busy week with Italian car news, Abarth setting new records, rumours of a secret Lamborghini and FCA revealing their electric concept. So lets see what grabbed the headlines this week... FCA reveals electric concept Fiat Chrysler Automobiles revealed an electric