Heineken® celebrated the historic return of Formula 1® to Zandvoort in the Netherlands with a performance like no other. After all the F1® and W Series™ racing action over the weekend, a different vehicle took to the track with Dutch superstar DJ TIËSTO on board treating fans to an exclusive 60-minute live set, immediately after the F1 Heineken Dutch Grand Prix podium celebrations on Sunday 5th September. Continue reading
Taking advantage of a late-race mechanical problem for Will Power, Chip Ganassi Racing’s Marcus Ericsson leapt to the front of the field following the second of two red flag race stoppages to win the opening round of the Detroit Grand Prix NTT INDYCAR SERIES weekend. The victory is the first for Ericsson, now in his third season of Indy car competition, the third for Chip Ganassi Racing this season and the fifth for Honda. Continue reading
Inspired by the goal to race again and powered by courage, determination, persistence and perseverance, Robert Wickens returned to the cockpit in a Hyundai Veloster N TCR car today, for the first time since his horrific IndyCar accident in 2018. Highlighted with triumphant breakthroughs and executed with laser, goal-oriented focus, Wickens completed 989 days of grueling rehabilitation anticipating today’s milestone. Continue reading
German magazine Auto, Motor und Sport reports Ecclestone will be replaced by American Chase Carey by new Formula One owners.
Formula One World Champion Nico Rosberg retires from the sport in shock announcement made on social media.
Ferrari squander the lead and Fernando Alonso crashes spectacularly as Nico Rosberg wins the Australian F1 Grand Prix.
Mercedes Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain leaps off after winning the U.S. F1 Grand Prix at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas, October 25, 2015. Hamilton clinched his third Formula One world championship on Sunday after winning a thrilling and unpredictable U.S. Grand Prix for Mercedes.
Profile of Lewis Hamilton who clinched his third world drivers’ title in Formula One with victory at the US Grand Prix in Texas.
Hamilton wins after team mate Nico Rosberg’s car falters. Kimi Raikkonen receives penalty demotion, giving Mercedes their second successive constructors’ championship.
Hamilton edges out Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg on first corner and goes on to win – putting him 48 points clear of Rosberg in points table.