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F1 Fast Five: Ferrari takes home back-to-back Le Mans wins, Engine manufacturers oppose proposed 2026 regulations, and other big updates

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Ferrari takes home back-to-back Le Mans wins, Engine manufacturers oppose proposed 2026 regulations, and other big updates from around the world of Formula 1.

Ferrari takes home back-to-back Le Mans wins, Engine manufacturers oppose proposed 2026 regulations, and other big updates
  • Ferrari takes home back-to-back Le Mans wins
  • Engine manufacturers oppose proposed 2026 regulations
  • Hulkenberg wants Haas to probe car issues post-Canada GP
  • How steering wheels work
  • F1 meets Le Mans

Ferrari takes home back-to-back Le Mans wins

After a rain soaked race with more than a quarter of the race completed behind a safety car, Ferrari takes home their second victory in 50 years of Le Mans. Both crowd favorites Alpine A424s dropped out with engine failures within the span of an hour of each other early in the running. Former F1 Driver Nyck De Vries takes home 2nd place in the Toyota - again upset by the Ferrari team.

Click here to read the full article by John Dagys (sportscar365.com)

Engine manufacturers oppose proposed 2026 regulations

Mercedes and Renault firmly oppose any alterations to the agreed engine regulations for 2026. While teams celebrated the proposed look for 2026 on social media, engineers and drivers expressed concerns after analyzing the official statement. Proposed changes to engine rules have also upset manufacturers, especially regarding new fuel flow limits. Despite reassurances from the FIA, some teams, like Renault, fear setbacks in their efforts to catch up.

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Hulkenberg wants Haas to probe car issues post-Canada GP

Nico Hulkenberg believes an issue with his car prevented him from securing points at the Canadian Grand Prix. Despite a strong start, he and teammate Kevin Magnussen fell back during the race. Hulkenberg thinks the car may have had aero or other issues affecting its performance all weekend. He wants Haas to investigate and find a solution before the next race in Spain to avoid a repeat performance.

Click here to read the full article by Ewan Gale & Filip Cleeren (motorsport.com)

How steering wheels work

Formula 1 is one of the most technologically advanced sports in the world, especially the cars, which may look simple but are actually complex. While at the Canadian Grand Prix, Tim Hauraney met with Daniel Ricciardo of the VCARB F1 Team for an in-depth look at an F1 steering wheel and all the intricacies that set these athletes apart.

F1 meets Le Mans

The 24 Hours of Le Mans has long been considered the pinnacle of motorsport. Since its inception in 1923, this small French town has become synonymous with the spirit of motor racing. Now, what if F1 cars raced at Le Mans? Good question! You're in luck because you're about to find out.

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