Formula One is a global sport with fans across the world, however there aren’t many that are more passionate than supporters in Italy, particularly Ferrari fans, also known as the ‘tifosi’. With a rich motorsport heritage, racing is part of the culture for many Italians. Mara Sangiorgio first got involved in the sport in her early […]Read More Mara Sangiorgio: “live everything with passion”
Vittoria ‘Vicky’ Piria was one of 20 drivers to compete in the inaugural season of the ground-breaking new championship: W Series. After 6 races contributing to the championship standings, and a non-championship race, Vicky finished 9th meaning she automatically qualifies for next season. I spoke to her about how she discovered her love of the […]Read More Vicky Piria: W Series is “completely revolutionary”
Formula One is known for being a team sport with each of the constructors boasting teams of hundreds of people working at their factories throughout the year to try and produce the best car they can. However, this is similarly the case for F1 itself who also has a team of hundreds covering all areas […]Read More Giulia Zecchini: “I focus on telling stories through data, to show the potential of the Formula One fanbase”
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?
Italy’s Serie A is known as one of Europe’s big 5 leagues, along with the Premier League, La Liga, Ligue 1 and the Bundesliga. One of the things the country is most famous for is its football as well as its passionate fans. Rossella Marrai-Ricco’s Italian family were all football fans and so it played […]Read More Rossella Marrai-Ricco: “I am lucky I have been able to combine my two passions together”