2020 Articles #Ferrari


The sale of Williams Formula 1 to the Dorilton Capital group has already brought the change many were wondering and some were hoping, the exit of the Williams family from the head of the decision making table. Today Stelvio Automotive looks at how Williams got to this point and why this definitive action may, or may not, be exactly what they need to survive. By Sean Smith

Ferrari in 2020 have never been far away from the motorsport news headlines. From their failures in F1, to their potential joining of the WEC with LMDh and IndyCar. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a closer look at the latter and evaluates the plausibility of Ferrari making a big move across the pond. By Sean Smith

Mercedes have been on top of F1 for six years and the more you delve into the data of the Austrian GP, the more you realise just how far ahead they are. Today Stelvio Automotive reveals why, without major reliability failures, Mercedes could win every race in the 2020 season. By Sean Smith

Sixteen years after their infamous MC12, Maserati have finally bitten the bullet again to produce a brand-new sports car to give its ‘frenemies’ at Ferrari a bloody nose. Today Stelvio Automotive takes a look at the MC20 and why it matters so much to Italy’s favourite, underdog, car company. By Sean Smith

Carlos Sainz joining Ferrari to partner Charles Leclerc, with an average age of only 24, leaves a big question mark over the Scuderia’s young driver program. But today Stelvio Automotive looks at how Alfa Romeo, Haas and more may hold the keys to a new Ferrari empire. By Sean Smith

This week the F1 driver market exploded, producing a somewhat surprising, new combination at Ferrari for 2021, and a golden (or at least yellow) seat left to be filled at Renault. Today Stelvio Automotive wonders if Sebastian Vettel may be the guy to fill it. 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

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