Seven Formula 1 team have brought updates for this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix aimed specifically at reducing drag and maximising top speeds on the long straights of Monza.
After bringing a raft of updates to their cars one week ago, the majority of Formula 1 teams are running unchanged machines this weekend.
All 10 Formula 1 teams have brought updates for their cars to the first race after the summer break. McLaren will introduce the most changes.
What trends have emerged in the technical development of 2022’s grid of F1 cars so far this season? Alto Ono takes a look.
Haas has drawn inspiration from Ferrari for the major upgrade it has introduced to its VF-22 this weekend. Here are all the teams’ confirmed updates.
Mercedes isn’t the only team to have brought upgrades this weekend: All their rivals bar Haas have done so, with McLaren and AlphaTauri revealing the most.
Red Bull have brought more updates for their RB18 at this weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix, while Ferrari and Mercedes’ cars are unchanged.
Nine of the 10 Formula 1 teams have brought upgrades for this weekend’s British Grand Prix, but Williams’ is by far the biggest of all.
Formula 1 teams have confirmed the details of the changes they have made to their cars for this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix.
Honda increased their Formula 1 power unit’s output by around 134bhp over seven years of development through innovations such as High Speed Combustion.
Clean-burning hydrogen has an obvious appeal as a fuel but an equally obvious drawback in terms of safety. Are there any motorsports which could make use of it?
McLaren’s troubled start to the season in Bahrain was put into perspective by Lando Norris, who revealed how far behind Mercedes they are.
Formula 1 chief technology officer Pat Symonds revealed Mercedes has worked with rocket engineers on the technology inside its radical sidepod design. What innovations might be on the W13?
How did Mercedes produce their radical sidepod, what benefit does it offer and does it meet F1’s rules? A closer look at their ‘slimline’ design.
Last year’s top midfield teams McLaren, Alpine and AlphaTauri have taken a noticeably different approaches to Formula 1’s new rules for 2022.
Ferrari’s new F1-75 features several striking differences which set it apart from the other F1 cars revealed so far, including its curvaceous sidepods.
Formula 1’s switch to 10% ethanol ‘E10’ fuel for 2022 presents an added headache for engineers in a year of upheaval in the regulations.
Aston Martin offered the very first look at a genuine 2022 F1 car yesterday. Engineering expert Alto Ono casts his eye over the AMR22.
Mercedes’ power unit may be “chassis-friendly” but fitting it into a car designed for a Renault was an enormous challenge for McLaren, technical director James Key explained.
Why has Renault focused its protest against the ‘pink Mercedes’ on its brake ducts? And could a vital detail in the rule book put Racing Point in the clear?