As announced at the Geneva Motor Show‘s first press day, the FIA’s Digital Motor Sport Working Group has now held its first meeting. FIA President Jean Todt announced the group’s… Read More »
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 »
The 2018 season of Formula One is almost here. As we’re all aware, this season brings several changes to the sport, the most significant being the halo cockpit protection device.… Read More »
It’s a little too early to say that the World Endurance Championship (WEC) is a series in crisis. The signs aren’t good though; only one manufacturer remains in the top… Read More »
Controversial bodywork extensions due to be banned for the 2018 season, as the leading teams also decide on head protection systems.
Kazunori Yamauchi offers a few more details on how drivers will qualify for the new FIA Digital License.
Sport mode will lend itself to a few series firsts, including an exclusive larger player count.
A veritable pile of screenshots arrive as E3 kicks off, showing of racing, car interiors, menus, and more.
We find out a bit more about GT Sport’s dedicated spectator mode, as well as some returning community-oriented features.
We’ve got new details on Polyphony’s collaboration with the FIA, and a closer look at the spectator mode.
Codemasters announces a long term partnership with the FIA World Rallycross Championship for DiRT Rally.
A document from the FIA shows GT Academy will continue expansion into new regions for 2015 and 2016.
Kazunori reveals more about his objectives for the Gran Turismo FIA partnership.
New details about the first FIA-sanctioned online race events are revealed during a presentation at ADAC headquarters.
The FIA announces a partnership with Polyphony Digital, including certification and official FIA Online Championship.