Sebastian Vettel is the only driver to have selected just one set of medium tyres in Japan.
Fantastic to have Ferrai back. The 2017 season can turn out to be a very interesing one,
18th and 19th Round of the FIA Formula One World Championship
The highest track temperatures in recent memory were recorded at Sepang in Malaysia at the start of FP2, hitting the 61 degree centigrade mark.
Early in 1920, nothing, it seemed, was to disturb the usual quietness in the peaceful village of Francorchamps.
Haas F1 Team driver Esteban Gutiérrez, a Ferrari Driver Academy alumnus, has relinquished his seat to allow Leclerc to obtain valuable Formula One experience.
For the team, this is an unexpected situation but also an exciting one. We are going into a new era of technical regulations and there is a free Mercedes cockpit for the seasons ahead.
The post include the infographics over sets available for the race.
The FIA communicated to Pirelli each team’s tyre choices for the forthcoming Grand Prix of Mexico
Round 15 of 21 Marina Bay, Singapore, 15-18 September 2016
Japanese Grand Prix
Jérôme Stoll, President, Renault Sport Racing: “The return of BP and Castrol, brands with such strong heritage in motorsport, is very good news and opens new opportunities for our Formula 1 team."
Total number of tyres supplied in 2016: 42,792
SHANGHAI MINIMUM STARTING PRESSURES (SLICKS) 21 psi (fronts) – 20.5 psi (rears)
Nico Hülkenberg: I’m very happy to join Renault Sport Formula One Team in 2017.
Renault Sport Formula One Team is proud to announce that Nico Hülkenberg will join the team for 2017 as part of a multi-year deal.
A big congratulations to Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel with the victory in #BahrainGP 2017