2019 Articles #Dallara

With the 2019 season long wrapped up, it’s time for IndyCar to prepare for the next decade. With a major safety change for 2020 and a whole new engine and car in the next three years, today Stelvio Automotive discusses how the best single seater series is going to get even better. By Sean Smith

With the Summer break now in effect, it’s time for the rumour mill and silly season to begin in earnest. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the top drivers in the Formula 2 feeder series and talks about who we may be hearing more of in Formula 1 in 2020. By Sean Smith

Customer car or B-Team, which option is best? Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at Haas and Alfa Romeo and weighs up the positives and negatives of both operations for the season and long term to decide which business model is likely to achieve success in the F1 ‘Pirahna Club’. By Sean Smith

After a high octane start to the season, the IndyCar circus is coming home. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at IndyCar’s crown jewel event and gives some pointers for who to watch out for when the fastest race in the world goes green on May 26th for the 103rd running of the Indianapolis 500. By Sean Smith

As 2019’s motorsport season quietly whispers its way back onto track, today Stelvio Automotive goes back to when racing cars were nothing less than an audible assault on your eardrums with some pretty colour schemes attached and remembers the short-lived AutoGP series. By Sean Smith

With the Formula 3 Championship in his pocket, 2019 sees what could be the clearing of the final barrier between Mick Schumacher and Formula 1. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at how the son of the greatest of all time won his first crown and what his chances are of doing the double in Formula 2. By Sean Smith