You probably know driver Simon Pagenaud from his series of visor cam videos, and with his constant presence in the top-5 of the Verizon IndyCar Series, he's gaining recognition elsewhere—namely the biggest racing series in the world.
With a few days to reflect on her first Formula 1 outing last weekend at Ferrari's Fiorano test track in Italy, former IndyCar Series driver Simona de Silvestro says she's satisfied with the initial experienced gained in the 2012 Sauber-Ferrari C31.
Now a championship-winning sports car racer, David Brabham's long career has included several stints in Formula 1, one of which coincided with the tragic events of the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix, 20 years ago this week. He recounts that grim weekend where he lost his teammate Roland Ratzenberger, and the world lost…
Welcome to Marshall Pruett's new Racing Tech Mailbag on
RACER.com. We had so may questions for the first edition that we had to run
this in two parts.
If you have questions about the technical side of the sport for Pruett, who spent most of his life working as a mechanic and engineer in open-wheel and sports car…
America's Peter Revson was killed in a Formula 1 testing accident 40 years ago. Handsome, intelligent and from a moneyed family, he had it all – and for 13 years had to battle those very same "advantages." Only after two Formula 1 grand prix victories, a Can-Am championship, a pole position and second place at Indy, a…
Among the legendary rivalries in auto racing, they don't get much bigger or more venomous than what Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost generated in the Eighties and early Nineties.
The Indy Lights Series—college ball for future IndyCar drivers—has a new chassis on the way for 2015, and taking a page from villains and world leaders, the Italian-made carbon-fiber chassis from Dallara will feature the latest Zylon anti-intrusion paneling (in red).
Felipe Massa went fastest for Williams as the final day of Formula 1 pre-season testing at Jerez ended under red flags.
McLaren has undertaken a reshuffling of its aerodynamic department as part of an ongoing review of its Formula 1 operations.
Red Bull called an early end to its troubled week of Formula 1 testing at Jerez in Spain on Friday.
The FIA is undertaking a clampdown on Formula 1's 2014 noses to ensure they meet required safety standards, amid ongoing debate about their designs.
McLaren's rookie Kevin Magnussen topped the third day of pre-season Formula 1 testing at Jerez as the Mercedes teams continued to dominate.
Renault insists that the problems that have struck its Formula 1 teams are fixable by the next Bahrain test.
Amateur video captures Kimi Raikkonen's return to the Scuderia in pre-season Formula 1 testing at Jerez.
McLaren's Formula 1 rivals are set to copy its innovative rear suspension design if the FIA confirms that it is legal.
Jenson Button topped the times for McLaren on a morning when Red Bull and Renault's Formula 1 2014 preparations hit further strife.
After waiting nearly three hours for Red Bull to hit the track, Daniel Ricciardo managed just half a lap before grinding to a halt at Jerez. Technical expert Gary Anderson looks at the problems the world champion squad is having.
One month to the day since the skiing accident in which he suffered serious head injuries, doctors treating Michael Schumacher reportedly have decided to delay plans to end his medically induced coma.
McLaren's innovative rear suspension design has been the big technical talking point of the second day of 2014 Formula 1 testing at Jerez, relates technical expert Gary Anderson.
Renault is confident that overnight fixes to its battery energy stores will cure the problems that have blighted its pre-season Formula 1 testing program.