By retaining both of its drivers for next season, McLaren is focusing on consistency and continuity.
The team is currently 30 points behind McLaren in the 2019 Constructors’ Standings.
Aston Martin, Glickenhaus, and Toyota are confirmed for the new class, and it would be nice to see Porsche join them.
The P80/C, Monza SP2, SP3JC and F1 cars driven by Schumacher were all paraded at Goodwood over the weekend.
The racer is 95 percent new and will make its competitive debut on September 1.
Beating a bona-fide Formula 1 racer, even one that’s a decade old, is by no means an easy feat…
After single-seat circuit racers, off-roaders are now going down the electric route too.
This is one of just 16 examples made by Porsche to compete in the American championship.
BMW’s Procar Revival will support the DTM weekend in Norisring.
Based on the road-going car, the GT4 racer has been developed by Toyota Motorsport.
Roborace has been developing its DevBot 2.0 and will launch a racing series this year.
The first ever Airspeeder World Championship is scheduled to take to the skies next year.