2020 Articles


This year’s F2 grid has one of the highest quality line-ups ever seen with plenty of young talent looking to take the crown and open the door to F1. Today Stelvio Automotive runs through the expected front-runners and how a compacted season may be crucial in deciding the title. By Sean Smith

While the WEC has been suffering with LMP1 and the new Hypercar ruleset, in the USA IMSA have seen a complete rejuvenation since the fall of the ALMS. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a closer look at the turnaround and why LMDh is the bright future we need for endurance racing. By Sean Smith

After a decade of split, the endurance racing world is finally coming back together as the ACO and IMSA have agreed to a framework to race one another once again, but it’s not perfect. Today Stelvio Automotive looks at the WEC’s Hypercar class and the problems faced in its making. By Sean Smith

After a short Winter break, Formula 1 is waking up for a new season with a highlight of the year, the launch season! Just one problem… (the cars look no different). Today Stelvio Automotive looks at the Ferrari, Red Bull, and Mercedes and asks if we can learn anything from the ‘new’ cars? By Sean Smith

A Kawasaki team which has been on top for years, a Ducati squad seeking revenge, a Yamaha making strides to the front, and a brand new works Honda. Today Stelvio Automotive delves into the 2020 WSBK championship which has the potential of being a true classic. By Sean Smith

At 39 years old, with 5 IndyCar titles under his belt, Scott Dixon is a living legend in IndyCar racing. Nicknamed ‘the ice man’, 2020 sees the New Zealander partner two of Sweden’s best single seater talents. Today Stelvio Automotive looks at Chip Ganassi’s line-up as they face the might of Penske. By Sean Smith

With the current worries about Formula 1’s 2021 constrictive design regulations making the grid look ever more identical, it makes you wonder, what was the maddest looking F1 car ever? Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look back at the 1972 Ferrari “Snowplough”. By Sean Smith

90s, Italian, two door, hatchback coupe design, a revvy engine and snappy gearbox, the most fun you could have for £750. For Stelvio Automotive’s 100th article, I tell the story of my Italian stallion, my 2001 Fiat Bravo Formula 80, the most stereotypically Italian car I could never have hoped for. By Sean Smith

With the future of the car ever more at the centre of public and political attention, the rise of the EV and rule changes aplenty in motorsport, the 2020s look set for a decade of change. Today Stelvio Automotive looks into the crystal ball and predicts the big stories we can expect to see in the years to come. By Sean Smith