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Nov.20 (GMM) Sebastian Vettel is leaving Formula 1 after Sunday’s Abu Dhabi finale wondering if the sport was right to shake up the technical rules in 2022. He said that while 2021 was an ultra-intense and close thriller that went down to the wire, “It would have been better for the sport to have left…Read More »
Nov.23 (GMM) Fernando Alonso sounds more than happy with his new Formula 1 team. The Spaniard has switched from Alpine to Aston Martin for 2023, and he got off to an early start in Abu Dhabi with testing in an unbranded green car that was driven only last week by the now-retired Sebastian Vettel. On…Read More »
Nov.24 (GMM) Shanghai remains scheduled to host China’s return to the Formula 1 calendar next year after a three-year absence for covid. Since the Chinese GP was given an April race date on the 2023 schedule, scepticism has abounded that the country’s ultra-strict ‘covid-zero’ approach would be compatible with F1. “When I saw it was…Read More »
Nov.28 (GMM) Formula 1 will brush off the loss of two of its most familiar names, according to motorcycle racing legend Mick Doohan. Today, Doohan’s 19-year-old son Jack – sixth overall in Formula 2 this year – is starting to make a name for himself in the F1 paddock as he signs up in a…Read More »
Nov.28 (GMM) Nyck de Vries admits he thought his Formula 1 dream was over. Although he’ll be a rookie in 2023 with Alpha Tauri, Red Bull’s ‘junior’ F1 team, the Dutchman is actually 27-years-old. “Now comes the realisation that it really is going to happen,” de Vries, this year’s Mercedes reserve, told the Dutch program…Read More »
Nov.30 (GMM) Mattia Binotto’s demise at Ferrari might be traced back to the moment Charles Leclerc had the now-ousted team boss’ finger pointed at him at Silverstone. Despite denying it in Abu Dhabi, the Maranello marque has now confirmed that after 28 years with Ferrari, Binotto will not be team principal beyond New Year’s Eve….Read More »
Dec.5 (GMM) F1 legend Gerhard Berger is being linked with the vacant top job at Ferrari’s iconic team. The 63-year-old, who had two separate stints at the wheel of the Italian team’s Formula 1 cars in the 80s and 90s, has most recently been boss of the German touring car series DTM. However, the Austrian…Read More »
Dec.8 (GMM) Unvaccinated members of the Formula 1 community will be able to return to the paddock in 2023. For 2022, the FIA and Formula 1 made getting fully vaccinated against covid-19 a requirement of attending grands prix. Medical car driver Alan van de Merwe and 2016 world champion Nico Rosberg, a pundit for the…Read More »
Dec.12 (GMM) Formula 1 is considering shortening various DRS overtaking zones for the 2023 season. A goal of the new technical rules that debuted last year was to improve the quality of the racing and the chances of overtaking. But many think the existing drag reduction system (DRS) innovation, enabling chasing drivers to open their…Read More »
Dec.13 (GMM) Jost Capito has immediately leapt into potential contention to become the new team boss at Alfa Romeo. It is believed the Williams team boss, who was formerly the highly successful world rally boss at Volkswagen, is now a contender to lead Audi into Formula 1 at Sauber. After two years at Williams, the…Read More »
Located just outside the Austin city limits is the Circuit of the Americas one of the finest racing circuits in the world and for this year is one of the tracks selected to run one of the six Sprint races on the F1 schedule. Join Grand Prix Tours as we head to Austin, Texas for the 2023 United States Grand Prix.
Las Vegas is back on the Formula 1 calendar! This time it’s with an exciting street circuit layout that includes the famous Las Vegas Strip, as motorsport meets entertainment for the ultimate spectacle. Join Grand Prix Tours as we head to Las Vegas, Nevada for the 2023 Las Vegas Grand Prix.
Despite IndyCar being its own motor race category, exploding Formula 1 popularity is pouring over into IndyCar events. If you want to attend the 2024 Indianapolis 500, reserve your seats today as the race will sell out (like last year) in very short order.
Join Grand Prix Tours in 2024 for the 92nd running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the return of some big-name manufacturers in the Hypercar class, Alpine, BMW, Cadillac, Ferrari, Glickenhaus, Lamborghini, Peugeot, Porsche and of course Toyota.