In the second part of RaceFans’ countdown of the top ten IndyCar drivers for 2022, we reveal drivers ranked from fifth all the way to number one.
In the first of this two part countdown, RaceFans looks back at the ten best drivers of this year’s IndyCar season, starting with drivers ranked tenth to sixth.
The 2021 IndyCar champion Alex Palou says the points system to acquire an FIA superlicence is “very unfair” on some series.
Hass believe the financial boost from the new title sponsorship deal will allow them to operate at the maximum budget allowed under F1’s cost cap in 2023.
Charles Leclerc says Ferrari have improved their tyre management but they can’t match Red Bull in some track conditions.
Williams team principal Jost Capito has revealed Alex Albon’s role in influencing the team’s choice of his 2023 team mate.
Mercedes may revise its new front wing design before it is raced for the first time at the Mexican Grand Prix in order to avoid a legality row.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says the company’s late founder Dietrich Mateschitz was still working on its future plans in the week before his death.
How did Formula 1’s established American race compare to its new Miami round earlier this year? RaceFans’ US correspondent offers his view.
Sebastian Vettel was surprised by his car’s performance but said he’d have scored twice as many points had he not lost 14 seconds with a slow pit stop.
Lando Norris says the track surface at the Circuit of the Americas is still “not the standard it needs to be for Formula 1” despite improvements.
Mercedes expected Lewis Hamilton wouldn’t be able to win the United States Grand Prix once Max Verstappen passed Charles Leclerc behind him.
Fernando Alonso said he feared a huge crash after he was launched off the back of Lance Stroll’s car during the United States Grand Prix.
Lance Stroll said he left Fernando Alonso enough toom to avoid a collision when the pair made contact during the United States Grand Prix, triggering a spectacular crash.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says the stewards were right to penalise George Russell for the collision between the pair which put the Ferrari driver out of the United States Grand Prix.
Zhou Guanyu was surprised to pick up a second penalty for exceeding track limits during qualifying for the United States Grand Prix, which cost him a place in the top 10.
COTA’s notorious bumps have improved this year, Formula 1 drivers say, but their stiffer cars will make the race as uncomfortable as ever.
Mercedes is in discussions with the FIA over a front wing upgrade it brought for the United States Grand Prix but will not use in today’s race.
Fernando Alonso believes Alpine were too optimistic about their car’s performance following a disappointing qualifying session for the team yesterday.
Lewis Hamilton says the Formula 1 film he is working on starring Brad Pitt will be “the best racing movie ever”.