Formula 1 just announced the new 2023 races calendar with a lot of good news about the numbers of the races and the locations. Kicking off in Bahrain on March 5th and concluding in Abu Dhabi on November 26th, the season will feature a record-breaking 24 races, with China and Qatar set to return, and Las Vegas arriving as the penultimate round for a Saturday night race. The USA will hit the record next year with three different races: Miami in May, Austin in October and Las Vegas in November.
The last week FIA has officially confirmed what everyone already knew: it will not grant Colton Herta - the American super champion of the IndyCar- an exemption for a super license, which means that Herta will not join Red Bull’s junior team AlphaTauri. To get a super license, you need to accumulate 40 points in a three-year span. You accumulate those by competing in other series; your finishing position in a series dictates the number of points you receive. Herta did not have enough points for a super license; he only had 32.
for sharing with us these fantastic pictures of his Ferrari BBLM #70 that finished 6th overall at Le Mans, on June 19th and 20th 1982. A special thanks to Sam Smith and Bob DeMart for their contribution. It is an immense privilege watching this car with such a great history... there are pages and pages of news... and Jim says "It is a great handling race car, and still amazes me every time I see it and drive it"...
Thank our Friends at Forza Motor Cars for these wonderful images of a marvelous Lamborghini Countach LP 400. This is the "Periscopio" model and is one of 150 produced. Contact us for more information or just enjoy...