Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso won the Chinese Grand Prix to give the 2013 Formula One world championship different winners from the first three races.
Gordon Murray’s quest to reinvent automaking started in a traffic jam.
Williams Grand Prix Holding Plc retreated in Frankfurt after its 60 million-euro ($83 million) initial public offering, the first time a Formula One motor sport team has sold shares to the public.
A Formula One car driven by Ayrton Senna may fetch as much as 750,000 pounds ($1.2 million) next month as fans of the late racer vie with classic-car collectors.
Frank Williams has struggled to keep his Formula One team going since 1969. As success eludes it and sponsors abandon the sport, he may have found an elixir: selling racing-car technology.
Nine-time Formula One champion Williams is seeking to supply London’s buses with energy-saving technology developed for the world’s richest auto racing series.
The Williams Formula One team’s founder is considering selling shares to the public to shore up its long-term future.
Fernando Alonso of Ferrari won the rain-interrupted Malaysian Grand Prix to secure his first victory in 12 races and take the 2012 Formula One world championship lead after two events.
Time is a crucial element in “30 Minutes or Less,” a wacky action/comedy about a pizza-delivery guy who’s kidnapped and forced to rob a bank.