The miniature model is surely less expensive than owning the actual race car. The 1:4 model will set you back US$35,000.
Premiere racing competition Formula 1 is creating its own sustainable fuel, hoping to release it for mainstream use in the future.
Driving pleasure is no longer just about speed, but a holistic experience blending thrill and comfort.
In a world that’s pretty much closed for more than a year, the yearning for physical activity has fuelled the demand for products such as sportswear and its related goods. Luxury brands are tapping into this desire and creating more collaborations with sportswear brands.
With striking colours and asphalt-like dials, TAG Heuer’s Formula 1 collection embodies the liberating spirit of F1 racing and the brand’s historic ties to the circuit scene.
Motorsports legends of the past, present and future Sir Jackie Stewart, Nico Rosberg and Mark Webber discuss Formula 1