1966 Dodge Hemi Charger

This is 1 of just 468 Dodge Hemi Chargers that were built in 1966, a year remembered by fans of the Mopar Hemi engine for David Pearson’s popular first NASCAR Grand National championship win, piloting his Cotton Owens-prepared Dodge Charger. NASCAR had banned the 426 Hemi in 1965 under the guise of it not being…



1984 Ducati 748cc TT1

The Ducati TT1 and it’s street-legal brother, the Ducati 750 F1, have now gone on to become some of the most desirable and collectible models from Ducati’s of all time, especially because of their rarity and face-melting performance capabilities. The TT1 was the 748cc race bike based on the hugely successful TT2, a 600cc motorcycle…



Where is Sky Sports F1 presenter Ted Kravitz?

The first race of the 2019 F1 season got underway this morning with the Melbourne Grand Prix seeing Valtteri Bottas secure the number one spot, ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen. One of the main concerns for fans wasn’t the race result but the absence of the experience F1 presenter Ted Kravitz. With over…



Verstappen Interviews Ricciardo

Before Daniel Ricciardo headed off to Renault, he sat down with his former teammate to chat about the five years he’s spent with Red Bull. Any video where Ricciardo and Max Verstappen get together is definitely worth a watch as over the last few years, the pair has managed to forge a unique bromance. Now…



Car Damage Contributed To Hamilton’s Lack Of Pace

After the race, Mercedes discovered that Lewis Hamilton’s car sustained some damage which potentially compromised his race pace. After losing out at the start, Hamilton seemed to have little answer for Valtteri Bottas’s pace. He spent much of the early part of the race with Sebastian Vettel in reasonably close company – certainly close enough…



It’s Bottas in Australian season-opener

As the 2019 season finally began in earnest at the Australian Grand Prix, Mercedes’ Valtteri Bottas enjoyed a sensational start to his year with a dominant display in Melbourne, leading home team mate Lewis Hamilton for a Mercedes one-two ahead of the Red Bull of Max Verstappen. Bottas finished the race over 20 seconds clear…



Stanaway cops $10,000 fine, disqualified from Race 5

Richie Stanaway has been hit with a $10,000 fine and disqualification from Race 5 following contact with Lee Holdsworth. The Garry Rogers Motorsport driver made contact with Holdsworth’s Tickford Ford Mustang at Turns 4 and 5 early in the 25 lap heat at Albert Park which sparked a confrontation between the drivers in the pits…



Ricciardo can lead Renault to title

Renault Formula 1 team boss Cyril Abiteboul believes new recruit Daniel Ricciardo has the qualities to lead the team to a world championship. Ricciardo shocked the Formula 1 paddock last August when he announced plans to join Renault, a team that on paper is not at the same level as previous employer Red Bull. Though…



2019 Australian Grand Prix – Qualifying

Mercedes and Lewis Hamilton have struck the first major blow in 2019, Hamilton taking pole for the Australian Grand Prix from team mate Valtteri Bottas, a full 0.7s up from the third-placed Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel. Hamilton clocked the lap record of Albert Park with a 1m 20.486s to snatch the initiative away from Bottas…



Alfa Romeo’s front wing a ‘radical departure’

Alfa Romeo’s front wing is a ‘radical departure’ from standard design conventions according to former Formula 1 technical ace Sam Michael. Regulation changes this season have seen front wings increase in width, with simplified flaps in an effort to produce less turbulent air and allow cars to follow one another more closely. While Michael believes…