2018 Articles #Ferrari


With the new WEC rules coming in in 2021, the world is holding its breath to see if Le Mans’ 3rd most successful marque is going to throw its hat back into the ring. But while we wait, today Stelvio Automotive takes a look back to its last effort, the beautiful, loud and red, Ferrari 333 SP. By Sean Smith

As the 2019 Formula 1 driver’s market slowly begins to take shape, one mid field team is yet to indicate what any of its plans are for next year. Today, Stelvio Automotive takes a look at Haas and explains why they could be a real threat in 2019 and who deserves to drive for the American dream project. By Sean Smith

In a move that will change the face of Formula 1 for 2019, today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the tie up between the Honda Motor Company and the Red Bull Racing Team and tries to assess if it can provide the dream partnership of the century or if it will be the final nail in the Japanese brand's F1 ambitions. By Sean Smith

They say you shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but instead by the contents inside. Today Stelvio Automotive looks at the opening rounds of the IndyCar and Formula 1 seasons and the tales they set for the year ahead. By Sean Smith

With the Australian Grand Prix only 14 days away, Stelvio Automotive takes a look back at the last two weeks of Winter Testing and who the winners and losers were around Barcelona. By Sean Smith

2018 marks Ferrari’s 10th anniversary since they last won either a Drivers' or Constructors' World Championship in Formula 1. Today Stelvio Automotive explains the near flawless game plan that would see the red team hoist the big shiny trophies at the end of the year. By Sean Smith

Good things come to those who wait, in this case the wait was 7 years. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the most powerful Lotus ever made which even a super fan missed the memo for; the Le Mans homologation special Lotus Evora GTE. By Sean Smith