Marussia F1 Team Tag

By Adam Tate, Managing Editor IndyCar stalwart Chip Ganassi Racing has just signed former Marussia Formula One driver Max Chilton for the 2016 IndyCar season. The move effectively replaces Sage Karam and once again brings Ganassi up to four cars. Chilton will drive the No. 8 Chevrolet alongside Ganassi’s strong line up of current champion and long time team leader Scott Dixon, veteran Tony Kanaan and Charlie Kimball. Chilton who in addition to his two season for F1 backmarker Marussia has also contested GP2, Le Mans and most recently Indy Lights, whereRead More
As a mark of respect for the late Jules Bianchi, who passed away last Friday following severe head injuries sustained in the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix, the FIA will retire the 25-year-old Frenchman’s number 17. Starting in 2014 Formula One drivers chose their number and it was to stay with them for the remainder of their career. “Jean Todt, President of the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) announced that the car number 17 will be retired from the FIA Formula One World Championship in honour of Jules Bianchi,” the FIARead More

Posted On February 6, 2015By Motorsports TribuneIn In the Gravel Trap

In the Gravel Trap: From Jerez to Daytona

The boys are back at it in their latest installment “From Jerez to Daytona.” Adam Tate and Joey Barnes look into F1 testing from Jerez with the latest developments from Ferrari, McLaren-Honda, and others, while Josh Farmer goes in-depth on the IndyCar circus, and Christopher DeHarde talks some PWC and gives a brief look at the Mazda Road to Indy as they gear up for Winterfest at NOLA Motorsports Park. Click the link below to listen in: In the Gravel Trap: From Jerez to Daytona 02/05 by Tribute Racing |Read More