Author: Peter Crombe

Born in New York in 1984, Peter Crombe has been a lifelong motorsports fan. After starting out as a racing driver in the junior ranks, he turned his hand to journalism in 2006 and has been writing about Formula 1 and other forms of motorsport ever since. He is the founder and editor of the motorsport blog Updatef1.com. Peter has also worked as a commentator and analyst for international broadcasters, and is a regular guest on motorsport radio shows. When he's not writing or commentating, he can usually be found at a racetrack somewhere in the world.

“The reason why we began and returned to the sport in 2016 was due to the fact that we were ready to debut the Jaguar I-Pace, which was the first electric car produced by the firm. According to Barclay, “it was the right moment to come back and show to the world that we have amazing capabilities to produce electric cars.” “The reason we began and returned to the sport in 2016 was due to the fact that we were ready to introduce the Jaguar I-Pace [the first electric car produced by the firm].” The plan was given a big…

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There is a simple truth about Formula One, and that truth is that there would be no racing if there were no mechanics to operate the vehicles. This is a fact that cannot be avoided. There would be no racing if there were no mechanics to fix the vehicles. With the assistance of Marc Priestley, a former technician for McLaren who has since transitioned into a broadcasting role, this week’s episode of The Race F1 Tech Show delves into the more technical aspects of the work performed by a mechanic. Priestley recounts the chain of command among technicians, the complicated…

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According to the information that has been acquired by BBC Sport, China’s return to the Formula 1 calendar for the next year will not take place due of the restrictions that the nation has about COVID. The Formula One championship has not been conducted in China since 2019, despite the fact that the nation was slated to host the fourth race of 2023 on the 16th of April. Formula One has ruled that the race will not take place because China has a policy of zero tolerance for corruption. The fact that members of the Formula One staff would not…

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The German great, who is now 35 years old, finished in the points during his most recent race, which was dubbed the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and took place on Sunday at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi. The competition took place in the United Arab Emirates. Sebastian Vettel had a phenomenal career in Formula One, in which he competed in 299 races and won 53 of them. In addition to that, he crossed the finish line in first place 57 times. The well-known racing driver Sebastian Vettel has voiced his hope that he would be able to leave…

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Open-air wheels have been mandatory for use in Formula One races ever since they were first introduced in the 1950s. This might change depending on the decision that the Formula One Commission makes regarding how to handle rainy races in their proposal. As a result of the disruptions caused by rain during the Formula One 2022 season, a number of the races and practice sessions were either need to be rescheduled or started at a later hour than they were initially planned to. When it was raining, it was almost difficult to maintain control of the vehicle due to the…

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The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will take place this weekend at Yas Marina, and we have the details on how you can see all the action. This past Friday, November 18 Day 1, 20:30 (AEST) Practice Sports on Fox 506 and Kayo Sports in Japan Round 2: 23:45 (AEST) SKY ACTIV (Channel 506), FOX SPORTS (Channel 506), and November 19th, Saturday Third Wednesday of the month at 21:15 AEDT: Practice Channel 506 of Fox Sports, and Kayo Sports in Japan Date: November 20 (Sunday) Pre-Qualifying in the Pits, 00:00 AEDT Channel 506 of Fox Sports, and the Japanese channels Kayo…

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After hiring Formula 1 veteran Nico Hulkenberg to take over Mick Schumacher’s seat at Haas, it seems that Mick Schumacher will not have a Formula 1 racing seat for the next season. This news comes as a result of the signing of Nico Hulkenberg. In the two seasons that Schumacher has spent working for the company that is situated in the United States, he has not shown the degree of performance that is essential to convince them to retain him for 2023. Hulkenberg, who is 35 years old, will make his first appearance on the racing grid for the whole…

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The number of events that are being added to the schedule in the United States, only to have them almost immediately sell out, is indicative of the sport’s ever-increasing popularity. Today’s event is taking place in Austin, Texas. Tires are a topic that will always be a hot topic of conversation among fans, regardless of whether they are seasoned veterans or newcomers to the sport. Pirelli is always at the forefront of discussions regarding tires, and the decisions that are made regarding tires can have a significant impact on the performance of a driver in a Grand Prix. This story,…

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The very first official Formula 1 Exhibition will be held in Madrid beginning on March 24, 2023 and running all the way through July 16, 2023. This event is scheduled to take place in Madrid. The city of Madrid will serve as the setting for this event. Visitors will have the opportunity to view a wide variety of artifacts, many of which have never been shown to the general public before, as well as contributions from some of the sport’s most illustrious teams, experts, and personalities at the one-of-a-kind exhibition that will be held at the prestigious IFEMA MADRID. The…

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