The Finnish speed merchant poked a bit of fun at Lewis Hamilton on his Instagram account, portraying the ‘evolution of a Formula 1 driver’.
Somehow, following a high-speed crash, a cartwheeling motorbike managed to slice perfectly between two riders.
On Sunday, Binder claimed his first MotoGP premier class win, becoming the first South African to ever do so, after starting the Czech Grand Prix in seventh place on the grid.
Hamilton’s front left tyre punctured at the start of his final lap at Silverstone, which made for a dramatic finish to the British Grand Prix.
Six of the 20 drivers taking part in the Austrian Grand Prix declined to take a knee, although all wore shirts condemning racism.
The current talk of the motorsport world, after the second day of Formula One pre-season testing, is Mercedes’ ‘Dual Axis Steering’ system, and everyone is scrambling to find out more.
The Formula E ‘Driver’s Eye’ camera is giving fans the chance to see things from the drivers’ perspective, and take part in the “electrifying chaos”.
Season one of ‘Formula 1: Drive to Survive’ was a massive success, and season two promises to up the ante with increased behind-the-scenes access.
The Dakar Rally isn’t for the faint-hearted, and many who have started the race have come up short. Not these two South African stars, though.
When it comes to some of our less-heralded sporting codes, we can be guilty of overlooking the success of some stars that fly under the radar.
Siya Kolisi and his fellow world champion Springboks have inspired millions of South Africans. If you haven’t heard of Kirsten Landman, now’s the time to change that.
Liberty Media took control of Formula One in 2017 with the intention to open up the sport to fans, improve the spectacle of the show and improve its commercial performance.
Conceived and designed over two years by tech and space entrepreneur Matt Pearson, the electric powered Airspeeder will participate in a competitive racing league.
During yesterday’s Austrian Grand Prix, Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc took centre stage, and the race finished a late, somewhat contentious incident.
Lewis Hamilton may have won yesterday’s Canadian Grand Prix, but it’s the post-race reaction of Sebastian Vettel that will always be remembered.
Former Formula One driver David Coulthard was in town over the weekend, zooming around the city in the 2011 championship-winning car, the RB7.
Two-time world champ Fernando Alonso is in the Northern Cape, and he hopped behind the wheel of a Toyota Hilux. Sadly, he didn’t don any two-tone khaki.
Two motorcycle riders have been banned from the sport for two years, after a fight broke out on the track. It appears both could use some boxing training.
A new 10-part series, ‘Formula 1: Drive to Survive’, gives unprecedented access to the top drivers, team principals and owners during the 2018 World Championship.
German Nico Hülkenberg was involved in a collision during the first lap of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, with his car catching alight.
17-year-old Formula 3 driver Sophia Floersch can count herself lucky to be alive, after a high-speed crash caused her car to fly off the track.
We may not have a Formula One here in South Africa, but motorsports fanatics will be getting revved up for some historic action next weekend. Who wants tickets?
Yesterday’s Brazilian Grand Prix was an all-action affair, but it was the events following the race that have stirred up controversy.
Petrolheads, gear up for the motorsports event of the year, coming to the Killarney International Raceway in Cape Town later this month.
Romano Fenati’s career is in jeopardy, after he lost his marbles and pulled on a rival’s brakes whilst hurtling along at speeds in excess of 200 km/h.
The Belgian Grand Prix kicked off in dramatic fashion yesterday, with a first-turn crash leaving three drivers unable to continue the race.
The British driver was clearly angered by what he felt was a deliberate collision, orchestrated by Ferrari, to help Vettel extend his lead at the top.
Ferrari is famous for producing speed demons of note, and their latest creation is more than capable of beating out a F1 car on the track.