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

Japan’s rich motorsport history includes victories at the Le Mans 24hrs, the Indy 500, in MotoGP and WSBK, junior level championships and more, but nobody from Japan has ever won a race in Formula 1. Today Stelvio Automotive looks at who it may take for that to finally be righted. 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

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