David Coulthard, Lee McKenzie,Ted Kravitz and Claire Cottingham will front Channel 4’s coverage of the W Series
Channel 4 Formula 1 presenter Lee McKenzie signs up with initiative aiming to increase the participation of women in motorsport.
Three-time F1 world champion Nelson Piquet will receive the Gregor Grant Award at this year’s Autosport Awards.
McLaren Mercedes driver Sergio Perez and McLaren Group Executive Chairman Ron Dennis will discuss and give further details of the highly anticipated McLaren P1 at next week’s Geneva Motor Show.
In this useful (and mildly sarcastic) guide, we round up six ways to follow F1 this season, and give the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Sky Sports have today revealed the on-air team that will present their Formula 1 coverage next season. As was widely expected, 5Live commentator David Croft will join forces with Martin Brundle in the commentary box for qualifying session and the races, whilst Anthony Davidson also makes the transition from radio to television to join Croft for the practice sessions.
The BBC is poised to drop Formula One from is schedules at the end of its current five year deal, claims the Sunday Times. The paper reports that the current…
Channel 4 have confirmed their presenter line-up for their Formula 1 coverage for the 2016 season.
In Part 2 of this five-part season review, we re-live the Spanish Grand Prix, the Monaco Grand Prix and the fallout of Lewis Hamilton’s comments, and the best race of the season: the Canadian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton voiced his displeasure towards the Monaco race stewards after some of his overtaking moves around the streets of Monte Carlo were called into question. Speaking to the BBC’s…