How a simple combination of steel and sand could play a major role in improving competitor safety on closed-road rallies
The Global Institute for Motor Sport Safety is carrying out research at all levels of racing and rallying across the world
Tim Novak reflects on the final workshop of the 2015 Young Driver Excellence Academy
Racing nets around drivers’ seats are set to provide new levels of protection in closed cars during side impacts.
Brazilian-American Pietro Fittipaldi, who this season is competing in FIA European Formula 3, shares his experience of the latest Academy workshop in Teesdorf, Austria, where the drivers focused on road safety and car control.
To understand exactly what happens to drivers in the event of a crash, the FIA Institute is developing a high-speed cockpit-mounted camera for use in F1 that will capture the very moment of impact.
American Kenton Koch, who has been in winning form in the US Prototype Lites series, missed the first two Academy workshops because of racing commitments. He shares his experiences of his first workshop of the Young Driver Excellence Academy, held at Sachsenring, Germany.
In a field somewhere in southern England, a series of Formula One nosecones have been smashed against a spinning rear wheel in a 150km/h collision – and it’s all in the pursuit of racing safety
Thousands of young drivers across the world have benefitted from the Motor Sport Safety Development Fund.
Briton Jordan King shares his experiences of the second workshop for the 2015 Young Driver Excellence Academy, held in mountainous Chamonix.