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  1. Faster F1 cars means bigger, stronger drivers for 2017

    Http://brooklyn.news12.com/ - New York (NY) 03.23 / 09:00 bronx.news12.com
    The new regulations in F1 have made the cars bigger and faster, and so the drivers have had to follow…
  2. McLaren’s spiritual F1 successor is already being teased

    Inautonews.com - Auto 03.23 / 08:40 inautonews.com
    The McLaren P1 is (virtually) dead, long live the new king – the spiritual successor of the famed McLaren F1, which has now been teased – though it only arrives in about two years from now, in 2019. There some great times ahead for McLaren fans – the 720S is […] > Read complete article insid…
  3. Hamilton: F1 needs Alonso in a competitive car

    ESPN.com - NASCAR 03.23 / 08:40 sports.espn.go.com
    Hamilton: F1 needs Alonso in a competitive…
  4. Australian Grand Prix, F1 2017: Where to watch practice sessions live, preview and track facts

    Ibtimes.co.uk -UK 03.23 / 08:25 www.ibtimes.co.uk
    The last two seasons has seen the winner of the Australian GP being crowned…
  5. What's new in F1 in 2017?

    SkySports - F1 03.23 / 07:19 www1.skysports.com
    New cars and new tyresFaster, tougher and more dramatic, F1 has undergone a major revamp over the winter with the aim of delivering faster cars and an increased challenge for driversLower rear wings, wider front wings, and chunkier tyres have led to big increases in downforce and grip with increased concerning speeds already delivering lap-time improvements of four seconds compared to 2016 in pre-season testing. With a fierce 'development war'…
  6. Jake Humphrey sorts F1 by shouting from his kitchen | The NR F1 Podcast calls in the big gun to help preview the 2017 Fo

    EDP24 - Sport 03.23 / 07:03 edp24.co.uk
    The NR F1 Podcast – recorded in the county that gave the world Team Lotus, Martin Brundle and a training ground to the likes of Ayrton Senna and Mark Webber – brings a familiar face into their 2017…
  7. #F1 2017 A New Hope. Has a True Challenger to Mercedes Finally Emerged #AusGP

    Motorsport.ie - Motorsport 03.23 / 06:46 motorsport.ie
    We arrive into 2017 almost afraid to be excited. Is this the genuine change we’d been hoping for or is it a case of déja-vu for 2017? A lot has happened over the winter. We were all looking forward to better looking, wider cars with fatter tyres ahead of the season, and you better believe they’ve delivered. 2017 throws up…
  8. Motorsport: Five things to watch during F1 season

    Nzherald.co.nz - Motorsport 03.23 / 02:39 www.nzherald.co.nz
    England's Daily Telegraph previews the up-coming Formula One season and picks five things we need to look out for ... 1. Ferrari's rejuvenation F1 desperately needs a threat to the monopoly of Mercedes, who have won 51 of…
  9. F1: Vettel’s Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Racer Christened “Gina”

    Livetradingnews.com - Finance 03.23 / 00:58 livetradingnews.com
    F1: Vettel’s Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Racer Christened “Gina” $RACE, $LMAC Sebastian Vettel has christened his new Ferrari F1 racer, “Gina” short for Regina (Queen), signalling his resolve to make the car the Queen of all she sees. At least 10 years has passed since The Scuderia secured the last of their world titles, and Mr. Vettel is impatient […] The post F1: Vettel’s Ferrari (NYSE:RACE) Racer Christened “Gina” appeared first on Live T…
  10. F1 2017: What the racing will be like according to the experts

    Autocar.co.uk -Motorsport 03.23 / 00:12 www.autocar.co.uk
    We ask Renault racer Jolyon Palmer and engineer Bob Bell, plus three pundits, what 2017's new regulations will be like We speak to a driver, engineer and three expert pundits to gauge how F1's new regulations will affect the racing. Renault Sport F1 driver Jolyon Palmer on the differences from behind the wheel: 1. Higher speeds “The biggest change is the speed we can carry into highspeed corners. At Barcelona [during testing] there are corners where we had to lift off the throttle and touc…
  11. Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff on the new rules, Hamilton and the sport's future

    Autocar.co.uk -Motorsport 03.23 / 00:12 www.autocar.co.uk
    As the new Formula 1 season gets under way in Australia this weekend, Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff tells us about his hopes for the 2017 season and beyond Toto Wolff is grabbing a sandwich downstairs when we arrive for a chat in his refreshingly unpretentious office in the Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula 1 team offices at Brackley, just down the road from Silverstone. Wolff’s previous appointment has overrun, which is understandable. In these important days leading up to the season’s first …
  12. Report: McLaren readying 900-plus horsepower hybrid V-8 for F1 successor and hybrid V-6

    If you thought the buck stopped at the bonkers McLaren P1, the automaker’s CEO, Mike Flewitt, wants to make it clear there’s more to come. Specifically, the famed McLaren F1’s successor sounds like it’s in for some serious power. Speaking to Car and Driver at the 2017 Geneva International Motor Show, Flewitt reiterated half…
  13. Wheels24.co.za | Sebastian Vettel names 2017 Ferrari F1 car 'Gina'

    Sport24.co.za -Motorsport 03.22 / 23:01 www.sport24.co.za
    Ferrari Sebastian Vettel has continued his tradition of naming his F1 car for the forthcoming…
  14. F1 Driver Who Never Won A Championship Thinks Women Can't Compete Due To 'Mothering DNA'

    Jalopnik.com - Auto 03.22 / 22:20 jalopnik.com
    Ex-Formula One driver David Coulthard, who is neither a scientist nor an F1 champion, claimed to the UK’s Daily Record that women will always struggle to beat men in F1 because of some last links to “mothering DNA.” So, uh, did he spend 15 years in F1 without a title because of “fathering DNA,” or what?Read more…