Both Toro Rosso and Force India have unveiled their 2018 cars, ahead of testing this morning. Torro Rosso’s STR13 will be powered by Honda this year, after McLaren split with the manufacturer after three years of poor reliability and performance. However, Honda believe that they will have a competitive power unit for this year. [Read more…]
McLaren have revealed their 2018 challenger, the first ever McLaren F1 car to use Renault power. The livery is inspired by McLaren’s old colour scheme 50 years ago, orange and blue. They hope the switch from Honda will help them return to the top and are aiming for podiums this season. [Read more…]
Championship rivals Ferrari and Mercedes have revealed their cars for the 2018 season. Having won 4 in a row, Mercedes hope that the W09 will provide them a record 5 championships – matching Ferrari’s record in the early 2000s. Ferrari hope to put an end to their dominance this year, to win their first title since 2008. [Read more…]
As Sauber aim to lift themselves from the bottom of the standings, they have revealed their challenger for the 2018 season. With a new technical partnership with Alpha Romeo, the livery has changed from blue and yellow to red and white, the most significant change of any team this year. [Read more…]
With the target of moving further up the grid in 2018, Renault have unveiled the RS18 online today.
Red Bull are next to unveil their 2018 challenger, which they hope will put them in the championship fight this year. [Read more…]
Williams have become the second team to launch their car, unveiling the FW41 online today.
Haas have become the first team to launch their car for 2018, revealing images of the new car online today. The VF-18 is similar in appearance to its predecessor, with the most obvious difference being the addition of the halo and removal of the shark fin. [Read more…]
Having taken pole position in qualifying, Bottas managed to hold off his teammate to take victory in Abu Dhabi. Hamilton came very close but was unable to make a pass so settled for second in the Mercedes 1-2 finish. Ferrari were a long way off, with Vettel 20 seconds down in third place. [Read more…]
In a close fight for pole between the Mercedes duo, it was Bottas who came out on top.With just 0.172 seconds separating the pair, Bottas takes his 4th career pole. Well off the pace of the leaders, Vettel was half a second away in third place. [Read more…]