No. Next. (But if it had to, I would argue that karting should lead the way. Anyway...) Next.
The new-for-2014 Florida Winter Series is set to launch at Homestead Speedway in eleven days time; however this is one that looks at young drivers in a slightly different way.
At the latest meeting of the World Motorsport Council in Paris today, the Single-Seater Commission announced Formula 4, a new FIA class.
Europe has generally been a difficult port of call for US-bred talent since the days of the Andretti’s and Eddie Cheever, with only Scott Speed breaking into Formula 1 in recent years. Now California’s Michael Lewis is busy ensuring his name features high on that list of emerging talent.
In the last few days, two more drivers - Marlon Stockinger and Dmitry Suranovich - have confirmed their places on the grid for the upcoming GP3 season.
In a busy weekend of signings, four drivers confirmed their participation in the 2012 Formula Renault 3.5 Series.
A practice that is becoming more and more common in motorsports is one of team driven young development programmes.
At the beginning of the month, Superleague Formula driver Chris Van der Drift had an extremely frightening accident that left the Kiwi with multiple injuries. Van der Drift hit the back of AS Roma driver Julien Jousse and was launched into the air. The Olympiacos driver then went straight into the side of the bridge … Continue reading A Benefit for Chris Van der Drift (**Updated)
There have been many complaints from teams and drivers during the past few seasons regarding the lack of testing in Formula 1 - not just in consideration of whether or not the regulation truly reduces a team's costs significantly when compared to the intense research and development that goes on in the sport, but also … Continue reading The Anthony Hamilton F1 Academy