This summer it was pretty hard to miss Sebastien Loeb's record-breaking run up Pikes Peak - except, with one thing and another on my plate, I managed to! But standing beside it, looking for the doorhandle and the way in, I'm starting to think that's not such a bad thing.
The good thing is that I've got no preconceptions. I've seen Sebastien doing a few laps of the Red Bull Ring in the wet and he looked... handy. Now, courtesy of AUTOSPORT, it's my turn. The track's dried out quite nicely. Good news, but I'm still not sure what to expect.
The 2020 Formula 1 season was Ferrari's worst for 40 years as it slumped to sixth in the standings. A repeat performance will not be acceptable for the proud Italian team, which has adopted a notably pragmatic approach to forging its path back to the top
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The team formerly known as Racing Point gambled successfully on a Mercedes look-alike in 2020 as it mounted a strong challenge for third in the constructors' race and won the Sakhir GP. Now clothed in British racing green, Aston Martin's first Formula 1 challenger since 1960 provides the clearest indicator yet of what to expect from the new-for-2021 regulations
A new name, new faces and new colours pulls the rebranded Alpine Formula 1 team into a new era while carrying over core elements of its 2020 car. But under the surface there's more than meets the eye with the A521 which hints at how the team will tackle 2021
Ferrari is starting its post-Sebastian Vettel age by welcoming Carlos Sainz Jr in alongside Charles Leclerc. But while Sainz has a tough challenge to match his new team-mate, Ferrari is also sending a message that previous intra-team spats must end
Mercedes ready to make a break
Lotus to switch to long-wheelbase car from Italian Grand Prix