Latest articles by Joe Holding
Any Formula 1 viewer will have heard the term "downforce" before, but what is a downforce track and how does it differ from a power track? Find out here.
The new F1 season is nearly upon us, with 2021 set to be defined by new drivers, teams, regulations and a bumper calendar.
Exactly how fast is an F1 car? If you’ve ever been to a grand prix you’ll scarcely believe the speed they carry, whether that be through corners or on the straights.
The 2021 Formula 1 season is about to start, but who are the full commentary teams for Sky Sports and Channel 4?
It's well known that F1 drivers are some of the fittest athletes in the world, but how do they train and what do they eat? Find out that and more here.
Bike racing has been awash with closely related riders over the years, with some even managing to share podiums in the highest echelons of the sport
Season three of Drive to Survive releases in March, but which teams will feature, which races were covered and when does it start? Find out more here.
Formula 1 has seen numerous father-son racing duos since its inception, with varying degrees of success. Whether it be genetics or upbringing, some families appear born to race cars
F1 proved that it could adapt to the most challenging circumstances last season, delivering a 17-race calendar despite the upheaval caused by COVID-19. Plans for 2021 are even more ambitious, and could lead to several F1 records being broken throughout the year
Watch any grand prix and you'll notice a vast array of jargon being used by drivers, race engineers and commentators. Even avid fans can have trouble understanding all of F1's technical terms
The first Formula 1 world championship took place in 1950, but it wasn't until 1958 that a constructors' title was contested. Which have been the most successful F1 teams in that time?