🏎️ How Has Formula One Shaped Sports Cars?
PLUS: Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale Debuts, Whistling Diesel Sets a Ferrari on Fire, and MORE
The Mercedes AMG One is literally a Mercedes F1 engine, put inside a street legal car
F1 junkie? You're not alone! From Ferrari's timeless allure to Red Bull's track dominance, guess what? That F1 magic isn't confined to the racecourse—it's revving up your own car's engine! This issue peels back the hood to reveal how Formula One is turbocharging today's sports cars.
Poll Of The Week
Do you watch Formula One?
Whether it's the actual races and/or the Netflix Series, are you into Formula 1?
As a follow-up to last weeks poll, we saw 69% say that they think Ferrari should not be allowed to dictate what you can do with your car. I agree folks - you paid the money for the car. You should be able to modify and sell it how you wish.
This week our headlines are going to be mainly focused on sharing how Formula One has shaped the cars we see and drive on the road today.
Interesting Links & Videos to Check Out
Okay, come check out a more detailed actual video of the Stradale 33 debut. It’s absolutely gorgeous and seeing it in motion does it the proper justice.
Whistlin’ Diesel gained a LOT of notoriety for setting his 400k Ferrari F8 on fire. This is without a doubt, a great way to get banned by Ferrari.
ICYMI - Ferrari debuted a brand new one off car, the KC23 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed earlier this summer.
Top Spots This Week
Welcome to an F1 inspired version of car spotting. This week we’ll be highlighting F1 derived cars, F1 drivers spotted driving their cars, and more.
Of course Lando drives a McLaren. He’s incredibly friendly and always takes pictures with fans. It looks like he drives a Black McLaren 720S.
Max driving around the Aston Martin Valkyrie in Monaco 🇲🇨
📲 via formula1b on tiktok
— Verstappen News (@verstappenews)
Aug 19, 2023
Touring Superleggera, Italian coach built and based off of the 488gtb. Credit to: ny_carphotos
Cars Worth Buying
This week we’re highlighting as many cars as we can that are “F1 inspired”. These listings are incredible, but many of them are also VERY expensive.