Interviews, opinions, advice and a look back at some of the best moments from Formula 1 history.

Formula One in Europe: it’s complicated

At 21 races, this year’s F1 calendar is the longest on record. The sport is travelling to new destinations and opening up markets in the Middle East, Asia and Latin America, but where does this leave the sport’s traditional fan base in Europe?

Exploring the motor racing past of Budapest

The addition of the Hungarian Grand Prix to the Formula 1 calendar in 1986 represented the start of a new chapter in Budapest’s tradition of hosting high-profile motor racing events, which stretches back to the pre-WW2 era. Gabor Vajda guides you around the historic race venues of the Hungarian capital.

A visit to the Reims Circuit in France

On the way to the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa last month, we had the opportunity to stop off at the historic Reims-Gueux circuit, home of the French Grand Prix during the early years of the modern F1 championship

Travelling F1 Superfan – Interview with Marco Ragni

Marco Ragni is a 30 year-old Ferrari fan from Perugia in central Italy who has already been to 51 Grands Prix and wants to eventually go to every race on the calendar. Just don’t get him started on the sound of the engines this year..

The Hungaroring in Winter

Last week, we took a short trip to Budapest to research our travel guide to the Hungarian Grand Prix. Here’s what the Hungaroring circuit looks like on a bleak day in the middle of winter!

Maranello, Home of Ferrari – A True F1 Destination

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/1″][vc_single_image image=”325″ img_link_target=”_self” img_size=”large”][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][vc_column_text] A few years ago, my wife and I flew into Bergamo in Northern Italy, hired a car and drove to Siena for a friend’s wedding. We had the day to make the 400km trip and made a spontaneous decision to stop at the home of Ferrari, Maranello, which happened to …

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