2019 Articles #Ferrari


The 22nd July 2007 was a special day in Formula 1 history. A wet race, an on track pass for the win and a debutant leading his first and only start in a backmarker car. Today Stelvio Automotive looks back at the 2007 European Grand Prix. By Sean Smith

With Alfa Romeo joining Ferrari in the glitz and glamour of Formula 1, it leaves the question of what to do with the third main member of the Fiat family? Today Stelvio Automotive looks at one idea, that being why Maserati would be a perfect fit for the World’s premier touring car series. By Sean Smith

A rapid rise, followed by a sharp dismissal, a year and a half of irrelevance and a year-long fight back to now be mentioned for a second crack of the Red Bull whip. Today Stelvio Automotive looks at the career of Daniil Kvyat and questions whether he deserves to take the place of their rapidly falling star, Pierre Gasly. 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

10 years after the infamous collapse of A1 Grand Prix, today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the South African based AFRIX series which is looking to bring back the Ferrari powered, 620bhp Gen 2 cars to the track in a new Pan-African series hoping to bring Motorsport back to the continent. By Sean Smith

10 years ago, Formula 1 brought in a few, seemingly simple, rule changes which were to bring the manufacturers to their knees and re-shape the sport for years to come. Today Stelvio Automotive looks back at the greatest ever F1 season and the Brawn GP miracle. 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

2018 saw the 4th oldest team on the F1 grid rise from near bankruptcy to debatably having the fastest car in the sport’s unofficial “class B”. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the story of Sauber and why they could be a key player in the 2019 Championship and beyond. By Sean Smith