Joe Ellis

    Motorsport journalist, indyCar correspondent and F1 writer for

    Sargeant ready to bring F2 mentality to new Azerbaijan GP sprint format

    As the only graduate of the 2022 Formula 2 championship, Logan Sargeant is ready to bring his "F2 mentality" to Formula 1 at the...

    IndyCar has a new star as Kyle Kirkwood takes Long Beach win

    Of the 'Big Four' in IndyCar - comprising of Team Penske, Chip Ganassi Racing, Arrow McLaren and Andretti Autosport - the latter were yet...

    Gunther Steiner: Haas plan to copy Red Bull to improve 2023 F1 car

    Gunther Steiner has revealed that Haas are hoping to copy Red Bull in an attempt to close the gap to the Formula 1 championship...

    Toto Wolff decides to stay with Mercedes indefinitely

    Toto Wolff has revealed that he chose to "go on indefinitely" in Formula 1 back in 2020 after the birth of his son. The Mercedes...

    Luca di Montezemolo expects long-term Ferrari struggles

    Former Ferrari chairman, Luca di Montezemolo, expects the Scuderia to be struggling for a long time in Formula 1. The prancing horses are fourth in...

    Lewis Hamilton beats Michael Schumacher for another Formula 1 record

    Lewis Hamilton surpassed a long-standing Formula 1 record at the 2023 Australian Grand Prix by securing a podium finish. The seven-time world champion crossed the...

    Vasseur still unhappy over Red Bull cost cap penalty stance

    Frederic Vasseur believes the FIA should have punished Red Bull further after they breached the cost cap for the 2021 Formula 1 season. The Milton...

    IndyCar team owner Chip Ganassi uninterested by Formula 1

    Chip Ganassi has claimed that he is not interested in Formula 1 and he believes IndyCar is more entertaining. The 64-year-old, who owns Chip Ganassi...

    Does Sebastian Vettel regret retiring from F1?

    Sebastian Vettel says he has no regrets about retiring from Formula 1 after seeing Aston Martin's rapid start to the 2023 season. Fernando Alonso, who...

    Wolff: Michael Schumacher’s presence would have changed Haas treatment Mick Schumacher

    Toto Wolff believes Haas team principal Gunther Steiner would have treated Mick Schumacher differently had his dad been around. Michael Schumacher, a seven-time Formula 1...