Bernd Maylander

Safety car driver admits huge issue nearly occurred

Safety Car driver Bernd Maylander incredibly, and slightly worryingly, revealed that the pace car nearly ran out of fuel 16 years ago, at the Japanese Grand Prix. Back in 2007, the Japanese GP was taking place not at Suzuka, but in Fuji, after the latter had undergone a redesign. The race was won by rookie

Charles Leclerc and George Russell on the podium at 2022 Australian GP.v1

Charles Leclerc roasts Mercedes in Safety Car joke with George Russell

Charles Leclerc and George Russell engaged in a hilarious bit of banter over the Mercedes Safety Car in the aftermath of the Australian Grand Prix. The Safety Car was deployed twice during Sunday’s race as a result of crashes for Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz and then Aston Martin’s Sebastian Vettel, with Bernd Maylander continuing his impressive


Mercedes unveil striking new Safety and Medical Car for 2022

Mercedes have unveiled the new Safety Car and Medical Car that will be used in Formula 1 this upcoming season. The first Mercedes Safety Car was introduced to F1 in 1996, with the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG being utilised during race cautions. Since then, models such as the SLS Gullwing and the AMG GT R have

Aston Martin safety and medical car

Aston Martin & Mercedes Unveil 2021 Safety & Medical Cars

Aston Martin has unveiled its Safety and Medical cars which will be used this upcoming season as the British car brand shares the honours with Mercedes. This coincides with Aston Martin returning to F1 this year for the first time in over six decades following Racing Point’s rebrand. READ: Chinese Engine Company Set To Return