We're huge Formula One Grand Prix racing fans here at AllCarTech. Unfortunately, we lack the skill and certainly lack the money to become involved in the sport to any meaningful level, so computer games are the next best thing. We also love getting stuff for free, so combine the two and you've got something to give us the F1 fix for a little while longer. Codemasters, the UK game studio responsible for the official Formula One racing games, is launching a free-to-play online F1 game early next year. F1 Online is officially licenced with all the 2011 FIA Formula One World Championship teams...
Ecclestone: Formula 1 could hatch three new teams for 2010
After Super Aguri left the grid abruptly last season and Honda F1 announced its own pull-out - only to be re-formed as Brawn GP - and Toyota was considering withdrawal as well, confidence in the future of Formula 1 was at a low point. Since then, a host of rule changes and some very interesting...Kenneth Hall
Porsche 911-based W3 Triposto extreme custom
Custom Porsche 911s are almost as common as the cars themselves, but the W3 Triposto is not likely to be lumped in with the crowd. With a center-seated driving position, speedster profile and outlandish design, the Triposto is anything but common. Built in 2005 by Clyde and Hugh Kwok, a father-son...Alex Kaufmann
Vijay Mallya in running for Honda F1 purchase as Slim denies interest
Earlier this week reports emerged that Mexican billionaire and second-richest man in the world Carlos Slim had all but purchased Honda's F1 team as the Japanese carmaker exits the sport, but Slim has since denied any such interest. That leaves the door open for another possible buyer in the form of...Nelson Ireson