The Formula E racing series unveiled the Spark-Renault SRT_01E this Tuesday at the 65th International Frankfurt Motor Show. Set to debut in 2014, Formula E will be a premiere series dedicated solely to the competition and performance of fully electric-motor vehicles.
The world is still awaiting news from Ferrari on its driver plans for next year – with all the signs still firmly pointing to Kimi Raikkonen being announced this week as Fernando Alonso’s teammate.
If the Alonso/Raikkonen lineup is confirmed, it will be fascinating to see how Ferrari manages the driver dynamic, given that the arrival of Alonso and Santander led to Raikkonen being squeezed out at the end of 2009.
The battle for the FIA presidency between David Ward and Jean Todt has taken a new turn after the challenger accused the incumbent of “attempts to distort the FIA’s election process.”
Ward alleges that Todt used FIA gatherings around the world earlier this year to garner support for his campaign for re-election. Ward is filing a complaint to the FIA’s Ethics Committee about the matter.
It’s now more a question of when, rather than if, Sebastian Vettel will win a fourth straight Formula One championship.
Before the midseason break a few weeks ago, there was talk that the Red Bull driver could be still be caught by Ferrari rival Fernando Alonso and a resurgent Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes.