History was made on Friday when 20 extremely talented racing drivers (18 permanent and 2 reserve drivers) took the track in Germany driving identical Formula 3 cars. What made this special was all of these racers were female. The first race weekend of the W Series calendar saw both wet and dry running, testing the drivers ability […]Read More W SERIES: Race 1, Hockenheim
Reliability can often be one of the big talking points in motorsport, with it even being a deciding factor in race wins and ultimately championship wins. Over recent years, F1 has seen a vast improvement in the reliability of its cars, with the top teams having any engineering failure greatly scrutinised. Emma Hunter is part […]Read More Emma Hunter: “The best days for reliability are when no one is talking about it!”
Hospitality is one of the most demanding industries to work in, however, combine that with one of the fastest sports in the world and you have a difficult, yet fun environment to work in. Anna Stashkiw has been working with the Williams Racing F1 team for over 3 years in their Events department, starting as an Events […]Read More Anna Stashkiw: “Having 50,000 people turning out to celebrate our 40th Anniversary with us was pretty special”
With the selection process for the inaugural W Series fast approaching, 60 qualifiers will have to be whittled down to only 18. Spain and France are countries that are well represented at the highest level of motorsport and have been for some time, so who are the drivers hoping to continue this representation onto the […]Read More W Series Qualifiers: Who are the French and Spanish drivers hoping to make the cut?
In recent years, the popularity of motorsport has risen in areas such as Eastern Europe. Although already popular, the success of F1 Grands Prix in Russia and Hungary (central Europe) and the remarkable comeback story of Robert Kubica, has continued to boost this. As home to some of the most competitive and challenging motorsport series […]Read More W Series Qualifiers: Who are the Central and Eastern Europeans hoping to make the final 18?
Germany and Italy are 2 of the nations most associated with motorsport powerhouses in Formula One, and so it is no surprise that there are many racers from these countries involved in W Series and hoping to both make it to the 2019 grid, and hopefully in the future to prestigious championships such as F1. […]Read More W Series Qualifiers: Who are the German, Italian and Swiss racers aiming to make the final 18?
Automotive journalism can be a very detailed and complicated world with writers having to be incredibly knowledgeable about new and vintage cars alike. Add to this trying to navigate the F1 paddock and all the goings on both on and off track, and it can be quite a juggle. I spoke to Rebeca Alvarez about […]Read More Rebeca Alvarez: “I never had any doubt… journalism was the one and only option”