Sauber
F1 Rumours News

Will the name Sauber disappear from the grid?

Will the name Sauber disappear from the grid? If we have to believe the rumours that are circulating recently around the team, it will. The media speculated last year already about it. However, now the rum ours become much stronger due some recent personal changes within the team. It is also said that there is a new owner.  What is true? At the end of the 2005 season Peter Sauber
Lamborghini
News Top stories Unraced 2020 - 2029 Unraced F1 engines

Lamborghini will not make it’s comeback in 2021

Recently the rumours suggest that Lamborghini was planning it’s return in the Formula One as engine supplier. Sadly Stefano Domenicali, the chairman of Lamborghini, told the media that the company would not make it’s comeback, due the high costs it takes to design a brand new engine. The story would be amazing, the famous Lamborghini returning to Formula One. Recent months the rumours appeared many times of their comeback. Most
Monaco Trossi
Unraced 1930 - 1939

The exotic Monaco Trossi Grand Prix car

The 1930s are also known as the Golden Era in the motor sport scene. The Grand Prix races became easier to visit for fans; sometimes a massive amount of 300.000 would visit a Grand Prix! And the 30s were known for its immense technical progress and development. This progress resulted in some bizarre creations. One of these creations was the Monaco Trossi, constructed by Augusto Monaco in favour of Felice
Unraced 1940 - 1949

The unraced Alfa Romeo Tipo 512

Germany was in the 1930s the dominating factor in Grand Prix racing. Constructors as Auto-Union and Mercedes made history with their, sometimes futuristic design, voiturettes on the circuits. Sadly, the war made an end of their success, and meant the end of Grand Prix racing for several years. Despite the war, Alfa Romeo continued to work on their Alfa Romeo Tipo 512. It was intended as replacement for the Alfa
Alfa Romeo Tipo P1
Unraced 1920 - 1929

The forgotten Alfa Romeo Tipo P1

The Alfa Romeo Tipo P1, designed by Giuseppe Merosi was the first Grand Prix car build by Alfa Romeo in 1923. The car was fitted with a 2.0L straight-6 engine, which produced 95HP at 5000 rpm. With a calculated top speed of 180KM/H the would probably have competed at the top, however after the disastrous crash in 1923 Alfa Romeo withdraw the car. Before the Alfa Romeo Tipo P1 was