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McLaren Racing’s Zak Brown to Receive IMRRC’s Cameron R. Argetsinger Award

Zak Brown, CEO of McLaren Racing, will receive the 10th annual IMRRC Cameron R. Argetsinger Award at a gala presented by Sahlen’s, NASCAR, Watkins Glen International and IMSA, on Thursday, September 12, 2024. The dinner and presentation will be held prior to the running of the NASCAR Go Bowling at The Glen event, September 11-15,

McLaren Racing’s Zak Brown Signs Extended Contract

McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown has extended his contract with the Woking, United Kingdom-based organization until 2030. Brown, who initially joined McLaren Racing in 2016 as the executive director of McLaren Technology Group, assumed the role of CEO in April 2018.   “I am thrilled to continue leading McLaren Racing and to be a part of

Formula 1 Exhibition Coming to Toronto in May

F1 fans will be treated to an immersive experience through six specifically designed rooms spread over 20,000 square feet.

Mobil 1 Marks 50th Anniversary with Celebratory Racing Liveries

Mobil 1 will showcase specially designed full-car wraps and icons in IMSA, WEC, Formula 1, NASCAR, NHRA, MotoGP, and more.

Mobil 1 50th anniversary gold liveries
Be an F1 Driver for a Day

Established in 1964 at Magny-Cours and later at Circuit Paul Ricard, the Winfield Racing School has revealed top drivers, including legends like Alain Prost or Damon Hill and over 30 F1 drivers. With its rich history and strong legacy, Winfield is the ultimate destination for aspiring racers and dreamers, and now, they’re offering you the

Lewis Hamilton to Leave Mercedes for Ferrari in F1 2025 Season

Lewis Hamilton will join Ferrari next year and replace Carlos Sainz.

Formula 1 Rejects Andretti and Cadillac

Formula 1 earlier this week rejected Andretti Global’s long-held bid to join the series in the 2025 or 2026 season, also denying the team’s corporate partner General Motors. F1 claims it “would look differently on an application for the entry of a team into the 2028 Championship with a GM power unit,” but adds that

GM Registers as a Formula 1 Power Unit Manufacturer

General Motors announced it has formally registered with the FIA as a Formula 1 power unit manufacturer starting in the 2028 season. “We are thrilled that our new Andretti Cadillac F1 entry will be powered by a GM power unit,” said GM President Mark Reuss. “With our deep engineering and racing expertise, we’re confident we’ll develop a

Formula 1 And LIQUI MOLY Extend Partnership in Multi-Year Deal

LIQUI MOLY has been an “Official Partner” in the globally popular racing series since 2019. As an Official Partner, LIQUI MOLY will continue to have physical and virtual trackside signage at select race events. Additionally, as part of the extension, LIQUI MOLY will have the opportunity to build on their growing business networking programme, by hosting

Rob Marshall to Join McLaren Formula 1 Team

McLaren Racing has announced the appointment of Rob Marshall as technical director, Engineering & Design, for its Formula 1 team. He joins after 17 years with Red Bull Racing, most notably as CEO. Supporting Marshall will be Neil Houldey in the newly created role of deputy technical director, Engineering & Design. The pair will collaborate

Charles Leclerc to Auction Monaco Grand Prix Race-Worn Apparel for Italy Flood Victims

RM Sotheby’s has announced a charity auction of Charles Leclerc’s race-worn helmet, race suit, gloves, and boots, all worn during the 2023 Monaco Grand Prix weekend. The ‘Charles Leclerc for Emilia-Romagna!’ sale, which represents an important personal initiative by Leclerc, offers a rare opportunity to acquire highly coveted race apparel directly from the Scuderia Ferrari

McLaren Announces New Driver Development Program

McLaren Racing has announced the formation of the McLaren Driver Development program, which will be led by former McLaren test driver, Formula 1 driver, and Le Mans winner Emanuele Pirro.  In addition, organizers also announced its McLaren Driver Development drivers as Arrow McLaren IndyCar Driver Pato O’Ward; McLaren Formula 1 Reserve Driver Alex Palou; and