Japanese automaker Honda is returning to Formula One in 2015 as an engine supplier to McLaren, recreating a partnership that was dominant in the 1980s and 1990s. Honda president Takanobu Ito announced the decision at a news conference in Tokyo on Thursday, reversing the decision made in 2008 to pull out of the expensive sport due to the effects of the global financial crisis. Full Story.(Photo: Vladimir Rys/Getty Images)
Talking it Over
Formula One is still in preliminary discussions over whether to implement a new penalty system that would in essence punish drivers for each infringement until they total too many points and get hit with a race ban. Motor sport's governing body, FIA, has not presented an official format describing how the system would work. Drivers, however, already have some opinions on the issue. Full Story.
Not as Expected
Tires shredded like paper, rubber flew everywhere and cars flitted in and out of pit lane like shoppers in a supermarket parking lot. On a frustrating day for drivers and fans alike, nearly 80 pit stops were made during Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix, highlighting what has become a major concern for Formula One teams five races into the season -- the vulnerability of Pirelli's tires. Full Story.