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Latest Formula 1 news
- Jorda rubbishes "12 seconds slower" accusations
- Wehrlein reveals F1 race number
- Analysis: Ferrari poised for radical engine overhaul
- Wehrlein targets points with Manor in debut F1 season
- Wehrlein secures Manor F1 seat for 2016
- New McLaren passes mandatory F1 crash tests
- Nasr says delay to 2016 Sauber “not a big problem”
- Analysis: Why Mercedes doesn't believe in Honda's size zero concept
- Sauber latest F1 team to pass crash tests
- Ghosn: I won't interfere in Renault F1 driver choices
- Newey warns no engine tokens could lead to "spending frenzy"
- F1 considers adding canopy to ‘Halo’ closed cockpit design
- Stroll: "Williams better bet for my F1 future than Ferrari"
- Prost says Renault F1 role would have made no sense
- Renault could give Ocon free practice outings
- No Channel 4 move for BBC's Suzi Perry
- Petrov tips SMP Racing to consider future F1 programme
- Haas: Targeting points in debut F1 season isn't arrogance
- Mercedes latest F1 team to pass 2016 crash tests
- Renault could challenge for title as early as 2017, says Petrov
Latest photo albums
Feb 8th, 162016 McLaren 650S GT3 ready to race
McLaren GT has taken the wraps off the 2016 650S GT3 which will receive its proper introduction next month at the Geneva Motor Show.
Feb 7th, 16Mercedes GLC Coupe's roof box compensates smaller trunk [video]
A camouflaged prototype of the Mercedes GLC Coupe has been caught on camera carrying a roof box while undergoing final testing.
Feb 7th, 16Audi A1 Cabriolet render unlikely to become reality
Our latest render proposes a hypothetical Audi A1 Cabriolet, but the chances of seeing it materialize are slim at the moment.
Feb 7th, 16Prost says Renault F1 role would have made no sense
Alain Prost thinks it would have made no sense for him to play a major role in Renault's new Formula 1 team – but is open to new TV opportunities.
Feb 7th, 16Alfa Romeo Giulia delay caused by failed crash tests? [UPDATED]
A new report issued by Automotive News Europe sheds some light about why Alfa Romeo postponed the Giulia’s market launch.
Feb 7th, 16Haas: Targeting points in debut F1 season isn't arrogance
In less than four weeks' time, the new Haas Formula 1 team's car will have hit the track in Barcelona for pre-season testing as grand prix racing's newest team finally joins the ranks.
Feb 7th, 16Porsche 911 revealed with wood trim, sacrilege?
Porsche Exclusive is demonstrating its expertise once again, this time around with a facelifted 911 Carrera S Cabriolet.
Feb 6th, 16BMW M going hybrid soon
The BMW M division thinks the hybrid future is inevitable for all automakers and the company will follow this path in the future.
Feb 6th, 16Mazda hints turbocharged rotary engine for RX revival
Mazda has dropped a hint concerning the prospects of installing a turbocharger on the company’s upcoming rotary engine.
Feb 6th, 16Mercedes latest F1 team to pass 2016 crash tests
Mercedes has become the latest Formula 1 team to complete the FIA's tougher crash tests for 2016.
Feb 6th, 162017 Audi A6 rendered with Prologue concept traits
The next-generation Audi A6 midsize sedan has been speculatively rendered prior to a market launch expected to occur in 2017.
Feb 6th, 162017 BMW X3 M40i spied in United States
Spy photos reveal BMW has commenced testing in United States of a hot M40i version for the third-generation X3 (G01).
Feb 6th, 16Movie star Jackie Chan becomes Le Mans team owner
The Hong Kong actor and stuntman has joined the list of film and TV heroes to get involved in the 24-hour classic.
Feb 6th, 161957 Ferrari 335 Sport Scaglietti sells for $35M, most expensive ever [video]
A 1957 Ferrari 335 Sport Scaglietti has been sold at auction for an astounding $35,711,359 (including the buyer's premium). The car went under the hammer at the Artcurial Motorcars Retromobile auction earlier today and it is being billed as most expensiv
Feb 6th, 16Opel Insignia spied near the Arctic Circle
The second-generation Opel Insignia has been spied undergoing testing near the Arctic Circle. Looking far more stylish than its predecessor, the model adopts a rakish windscreen and a coupe-like roofline that mimics the Audi A7. Camouflage hides additio
Feb 6th, 16Sixty-car grid confirmed for 2016 Le Mans 24 Hours
This year’s Le Mans 24 Hours will equal the record for the biggest ever, with 60 cars on the grid for the world’s most famous sportscar race. The grid’s capacity has been expanded by four cars for 2016, thanks to new garages being constructed at the end
Feb 6th, 16Ford to host complimentary performance driving school for Shelby GT350 owners
If you happen to be one of the handful of people who forked out $47,795 for a Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, you're in luck as the company has announced plans to host a complimentary performance driving school at the Utah Motorsports Campus. Called the Shelb
Feb 6th, 16Ford to skip Paris Motor Show
Ford has taken the decision to skip this year's Paris Motor Show, set to open its doors on October 1.
Feb 5th, 16Honda builds prototype Civic turbo w/ manual trans
We don't know the details for production, but a version of Honda's best new engine and slick six-speed exists in the world.
Feb 5th, 16VW reportedly plotting world's most afforable EV
Volkswagen is reportedly developing an affordable electric vehicle to battle the Chevrolet Bolt and the Tesla Model 3. Details are limited but Motoring is reporting the model is a pet project of Dr Herbert Diess who is the CEO of Volkswagen Passenger Car
Feb 5th, 16Mercedes S Class Coupe gets styling & performance tweaks
Fab Design has introduced the new Ethon. Named after an eagle from Greek mythology, the model is based on the Mercedes S Class Coupe and features an aerodynamic body kit that has been designed to appeal to automotive connoisseurs. As a result, the car h
Feb 5th, 16Tata Nexon crossover visits Auto Expo as production model
India’s Tata Motors is showcasing these days at 2016 Auto Expo in New Delhi the Nexon crossover in production specification.
Feb 5th, 16Analysis: The winners and losers from the end of F1 engine tokens
The abandoning of the power unit token system from 2017 is a significant step for F1. But like any rule change, it will help some and hurt others. Adam Cooper looks at the potential winners and losers from the move.
Feb 5th, 162017 Opel Zafira spied with more conventional headlights
The facelifted Opel Zafira is making a comeback in a new set of spy images showing partially camouflaged prototypes stretching out in the snow.
Feb 5th, 16Soviet Cars Were Weird: GAZ Chaika 13
If you were born in the Eastern parts of Europe, chances are high political leaders in your country used the GAZ Chaika 13 as an official vehicle.