2019 Articles #StelvioAuto


In the final article of the year, today Stelvio Automotive takes a look back at what has been an absolutely incredible 10 years of racing video games. HD graphics, ever greater online connection and new levels of realism, we give our picks for racing games of the 2010s. By Sean Smith, Sam Green, Alistair Walker and Chris Strickland

After months of preparation and planning, the long awaited tie up races between Super GT and DTM finally happened. Today Stelvio Automotive reviews how the two standard bearers of ‘Class One’ compared and what it means for the future of GT racing. By Sean Smith

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

Dominant A1GP, F3 and GP2 champion, Le Mans 24hrs winner, entrant of 179 Grand Prix, where he would score 511 points and a pole position in his debut season, but never see the podium. Today Stelvio Automotive looks at the career of Nico Hülkenberg and asks what might have been and what’s next? By Sean Smith

In what will create the 4th largest car group in the world, the tying of the knot between FCA and PSA will see a new powerhouse as the next age of the automobile looms. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at where the savings and investment may lie for the new Franco-Italian Empire. By Sean Smith

With eight world titles in the last ten years, Marc Márquez has put himself in sight of becoming the greatest MotoGP rider in history, before he even turns 30. Today Stelvio Automotive asks the question, can he be beaten, and if so, by who? By Sean Smith

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 over 100 years of innovation and pioneering technology, pushing the boundaries and impressing the world, Nissan has grown to be Japan’s 2nd biggest automotive manufacturer, but at what cost? Today Stelvio Automotive looks into Nissan’s motorsport missteps and asks what’s gone wrong? By Sean Smith

Fourteen races taking place in twelve countries with twenty four drivers fighting to be number one by the end of the sixth season of Formula E. Today Stelvio Automotive looks into what’s changed and who to watch out for in what could be the best season yet of the all-electric single seater series. By Sean Smith

Halloween! The spookiest time of the year, a time for pumpkins, monsters, clown costumes and BATS! Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the Dark Knight’s infamous car, the Batmobile, delving into its various depictions to decide which one is best to protect the streets of Gotham. By Sean Smith

What do you get when you give Aston’s latest and greatest grand tourer to their infamous Italian design partner? Gold badges, a 760bhp, twin-turbo V12, some red paint, oh, and an entire second car. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the DBZ Centenary Collection. 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