Grand Prix racing is one of the most popular and exciting forms of motorsport. It’s a type of automobile racing that is typically held on closed courses, usually on purpose-built circuits. Grand Prix races are usually organized by the FIA (Federation Internationale de l'Automobile) and feature a mix of professional drivers and amateur racers. The most famous and prestigious Grand Prix is the Formula One World Championship, which is held annually in countries around the world. Here you can find the latest news, articles and videos about Grand Prix racing, as well as information about the different racing series and drivers.
Formula 1 says next week's Canadian Grand Prix is not at risk despite the wildfires that are heavily impacting air quality in North America. The Canadian government says there are over 200 fires that are burning out of control -- mainly in Ontario and Quebec -- leading to nearly 100 million peopl...
I can’t really sugarcoat this one for you readers. The 2023 Spanish Grand Prix was a comprehensive beating from Max Verstappen. The reigning World Champion took his third career Grand Slam (Pole Position, winning, Fastest Lap, and leading every lap), finishing 24 seconds ahead of runner-up Lewis Hamilton. Combining Spain with Monaco the week prior and his winning move at Miami’s climax, Max has now led 155 consecutive laps in F1. And with Max now 53 points in front in the title race, two full races in hand, it’s hard not to be despondent about the state of the championship
Next week's Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal will be a bigger challenge for resurgent Mercedes than last Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix, the team's trackside engineering director Andrew Shovlin said on Thursday.
Maybe you’re reading this as the winner of a Charles Leclerc helmet or race suit. But if you’re not, then you can still bask in the heartwarming nature of Charles’ auction, and the incredible amount raised for the Emilia Romagna Flood Relief. The campaign put up by Leclerc and RM Sotheby’s auction to help the flood victims of Emilia Romagna has raised a whopping €429,000 🤯 Last month, the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix was cancelled after heavy rainfall led to floods submerging the region. As a result of the deadly flooding, 15 people lost their lives, while thousands lost their homes.