#Formula E

How Fast Do Formula 1 Cars Go – Is It The Fastest Sport On Earth?

If you have ever been to a Formula 1 race you will know that they are fast (and loud). They navigate miles of track and tens of corners all under a minute or two. You can tell just by looking at them that they are engineered to perfection. No extra weight. All the downforce they can find. Engines with an estimated 1000 horsepower. All these observations lead you to ask: How Fast Do Formula 1 Cars Go?
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Extreme E in Sardinia | Agag: “Climate change at your doorstep”

Extreme E, the new racing series with electric SUVs (up to 544 hp) is racing at a military training ground in Sardinia this weekend (Sunday from 4pm at ProSieben Maxx). Sport Bild spoke in advance with founder Alejandro Agag about saving the planet, Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton, climate problems in Germany and the return of Queen Gotta Kleinschmidt.
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Haas wouldn’t see Andretti Formula 1 involvement as a threat

Haas became the first American team to compete in F1 since 1986 when it joined the grid in 2016 after NASCAR team co-owner Gene Haas established a new start-up squad. But Haas could be joined by another American racing marque in the near future as Andretti Autosport closes on a majority stake in Sauber, which runs the Alfa Romeo F1 team.

Mercedes: Another engine penalty for Hamilton a possibility

US Grand Prix – Toto Wolff says it is possible that Lewis Hamilton could have to make another engine change in the remaining races. At the Turkish Grand Prix Hamilton took his fourth ICE (internal combustion engine) of the season, three are allowed in the regulations and any more than that will result in penalties, and as such had to take a ten place grid drop.

Verstappen loves IndyCar, but no fan of ovals

Max Verstappen says he loves to watch IndyCar on TV, but the Dutchman rules out racing in the US series in the future because of its "risky" ovals. Over the years, several European F1 drivers have headed west to take part in America's premier single-seater championship, with various degrees of success.

Two Remarkable Kiteboats Aim To Break The World Speed Sailing Record

In 2012, the race to create the fastest sailboat (or fastest sail-powered watercraft) was on. Ultimately, Vestas Sailrocket II, an inclined-rig hydrofoil designed in Britain, claimed the new speed sailing record with such a significant leap that the competition cooled for some years. Now, a Swiss team and a French...

Avalanche and Fantom take to the race track

Blockchain company Avalanche has partnered with Formula E team Andretti. The move coincides with Fantom launching an NFT collection with French Formula One driver Pierre Gasly on the tail of major exchange F1 partnerships including FTX sponsoring Mercedes, and sponsoring Jaguar. Avalanche and Andretti Formula E announced the partnership,...

“Andretti would be a great addition to F1”

Aston Martin team owner Lawrence Stroll would welcome Andretti Motorsport’s entry into Formula 1. Team owner Michael Andretti would be interested in a buyout of Alfa Romeo and Stroll understands that. Recently there were rumors that the Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team would be taken over by Andretti Motorsport in...

For the world’s athletes, COP26 is no game

Athletes and the broader sports community traditionally have not had much of a presence at prior global climate conferences. That will change at COP26, taking place next month in Glasgow, Scotland. The COP26 Sports Community Manifesto, signed by a global roster of more than 200 athletes, sports organizations and their...

Verstappen explains why ovals don't appeal to him

Max Verstappen is a big fan of IndyCar racing – but says he could never see himself competing on ovals. © PA Images Max Verstappen drives his RB16B at his home Dutch Grand Prix. Zandvoort September 2021. A switch to the American series is most unlikely to happen for the...
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Max Verstappen loves watching IndyCar’s drivers, teams but will pass on racing its ovals

Max Verstappen is enamored with the NTT IndyCar Series – its highly competitive races, its diversely appealing tracks and its “proper race car.”. But naturally, the Red Bull Racing driver and F1 championship contender draws the line – a circular one, in this case — on any thought of ever joining the ongoing parade of European drivers to America’s top single-seater open-cockpit series.

Why Does Monaco Even Exist?

Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | Amazon. Castbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon. Located on the French Riveria, just a few kilometers from the border of Italy, sandwiched between the mountains and the sea, is the tiny country of Monaco. Monaco has several distinctions...
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Why there was more to DTM 2021 than Norisring farce

2021 was a year of monumental change for the DTM. Gone were the manufacturers that were integral to the running of the series itself - and with them the much-loved, purpose-built Class One cars that rivalled prototype racers in terms of performance. Customer teams were now supposed to be the stars of the show, with off-the-shelf GT3 cars another new feature thanks to their wide availability and cost effectiveness.

Chip Ganassi Racing To Field Second Cadillac DPi-V.R In 2022

Chip Ganassi Racing has confirmed it will field a second Cadillac DPi-V.R in the 2022 IMSA WeatherTech Sportscar Championship. The American team joined the Cadillac family at the beginning of 2021, purchasing a sole Dallara chassis from Juncos Racing for a single-car IMSA campaign that has so far produced one victory and four podiums. The team confirmed this week that it will field a second Cadillac DPi-V.R next year, retaining current driver Renger van der Zande and hiring on French open-wheel veteran Sebastien Bourdais, along with ex-Porsche ace Earl Bamber and former Formula E driver Alex Lynn. Kevin Magnussen previously confirmed he would depart the team to join Peugeot’s FIA WEC Hypercar effort.