Tag: F1 2019 Season


Norris to Replace Vandoorne at McLaren for 2019

Formula One 38 Sep 3, 2018 by Andrew Evans

The 2018 F1 season has only seven races left. With one eye on 2019 then, teams are trying to nail down their driver contracts. Fans know this little period of… Read More »

Red Bull Racing and Honda Agree to a Two-Year F1 Engine Deal

Formula One 2 Jun 21, 2018 by Michael Leary

It’s official: Red Bull and Honda will join forces in Formula One beginning in 2019. The engine deal covers the 2019 and 2020 seasons, right up to the end of… Read More »

Take a Look at the Proposed Miami GP Circuit in Assetto Corsa

Formula One is coming to the city of Miami for the 2019 season. Proposed earlier this month, F1 and the Miami City Commission met to approve plans for the GP.… Read More »

Formula One Proposes Miami Grand Prix for 2019 Season

Formula One 70 May 3, 2018 by Michael Leary

The 2019 season of F1 continues to surprise with potential changes to the sport. Already confirmed is a fuel increase, allowing the cars to race harder. Simpler aero aimed at… Read More »

F1 Approves Aero Changes Targeted at Improving Overtaking for 2019

Formula One 2 May 3, 2018 by Michael Leary

This is it. Beginning in 2019, F1 aerodynamics look to become a lot simpler. The reasoning is simple: to encourage closer racing and make overtaking easier. Talks of the matter… Read More »

Red Bull and Honda Discuss Engine Deal for 2019 F1 Season

Formula One 12 May 1, 2018 by Michael Leary

If this season weren’t enough already, Red Bull has begun talks with Honda for an engine deal in 2019. The move is likely to come as a surprise to many,… Read More »

2019 F1 Season Rules Target Harder Racing with Fuel Increase

Formula One 29 Apr 19, 2018 by Michael Leary

Following this past weekend’s chaotic Chinese GP, F1 has revealed its plans for next year. This isn’t the first we’ve heard of a change to the 2019 season. Proposed earlier… Read More »

Formula One Wants to Increase Overtaking Opportunities for 2019 Season

Formula One 25 Apr 7, 2018 by Michael Leary

F1 returns this weekend for the Bahrain Grand Prix, the second race of the season. The events of Australia have already caused a stir, as both Haas and Mercedes have… Read More »