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Sep.11 (GMM) Colton Herta’s Formula 1 dream may have to wait for now. It appears increasingly unlikely that rival teams, Formula 1 and the FIA will intervene to allow the Indycar star to secure an Alpha Tauri seat next year with a super license exemption. Nyck de Vries, a favourite to step up to F1…Read More »
Sep.11 (GMM) Stefano Domenicali insists the controversial ‘sprint race’ format is not the end of his efforts to spice up race weekends in Formula 1. The F1 CEO wants the sprint format to be expanded from three rounds in 2022 to at least six rounds next year. But he also sees other ways to make…Read More »
Sep.11 (GMM) Mattia Binotto appears to have dodged the axe at Ferrari after chairman John Elkann pledged his support for the team’s under-fire boss at Monza. Elkann, at Monza to witness Charles Leclerc take a surprise pole with special yellow branding, told La Gazzetta dello Sport ahead of the Italian GP that Ferrari needs to…Read More »
Sep.11 (GMM) Dr Helmut Marko is planning a trip to Japan to continue “negotiations” with Honda about the 2026 season and beyond. It comes after advanced talks about a 50 percent buy-out of the dominant Red Bull team were confirmed to have collapsed. Marko, who is Red Bull’s top Austrian official reporting to owner Dietrich…Read More »
Sep.10 (GMM) Nico Hulkenberg is back in the headlines as the new frontrunner to replace Mick Schumacher at Haas next year. Team boss Gunther Steiner says he has lost his hunger to run rookie drivers, although F1 legend Gerhard Berger thinks incumbent Schumacher should still be the number 1 pick. “He must be allowed to…Read More »
Sep.10 (GMM) Dr Helmut Marko says Red Bull is “in talks with Honda” – but insists the energy drink company’s Formula 1 operations can thrive without an engine partner. Porsche has followed in Red Bull’s wheeltracks by confirming that negotiations for a 50 percent works partnership for 2026 and beyond have collapsed. “The two companies…Read More »
Sep.10 (GMM) Ferrari “must mature” if it wants to return to the very top of Formula 1. That is the admission of the Maranello marque’s current chairman John Elkann, who is present at Monza this weekend as Ferrari got off to a good start to its Italian GP weekend with special yellow branding. Red Bull,…Read More »
Sep.9 (GMM) F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali says the sport would be able to cope if Porsche decides not to enter Formula 1 after all. At Monza, Christian Horner denied that Red Bull’s highly anticipated works Porsche deal for 2026 and beyond ultimately fell through because he refused to consider stepping down as team principal. “I…Read More »
Sep.9 (GMM) Top Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc has defended Mattia Binotto amid rumours at Monza that a change at the very top of the fabled Maranello team may be looming. Binotto has been coming under increasing fire after Ferrari started the 2022 season strongly only to see the title challenge collapse due to ongoing strategy…Read More »
Sep.9 (GMM) Lewis Hamilton has batted away speculation that Mercedes is planning ahead for the seven time world champion’s retirement. Rumours at Monza are strongly linking McLaren refugee Daniel Ricciardo, who seems unable to secure a race seat for 2023, with the reserve role at Mercedes for 2023. “No comment,” the Australian grinned ahead of…Read More »
Get ready to join Grand Prix Tours as we head to Austria for the 2023 Austrian Grand Prix. The now famous Red Bull Ring rarely disappoints and is a must see for all race fans.
Grand Prix Tours has once again orchestrated the perfect race weekend for the 2023 Belgian Grand Prix which has a new earlier date of July 30th.
With a racing lineage that dates back more than 95 years, unpredictable weather patterns and the ravenous Ferrari fans make this race and post-race celebration a spectacle like no other in professional motorsports.
Guests of Grand Prix Tours are escorted through the Italian countryside to an area rich in history and car culture. Guests will gain insight into the history and inner workings of car companies such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Dallara, Pagani, and Alfa Romeo.
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.