Former McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh is to return to a role in Formula 1, Motorsport.com can reveal, having accepted a temporary consultancy position with the FIA.
Tony Brooks describes his Ferrari teammate and friend for nearly 60 years, the late Dan Gurney, as an “excellent driver and a very pleasant person.”
Many wanted it to happen, but Robert Kubica will not be a Formula 1 race driver in 2018. But while he's been beaten to a Williams seat by a well-backed Russian, Kubica's...
Toro Rosso is to face a reshuffle of its aerodynamic department following the departure of Brendan Gilhome, its head of aero.
Formula 1 bosses will present their vision for the future to all current race promoters a conference in London on Wednesday, Motorsport.com has learned.
Ferrari is poised to confirm that Carlo Santi will become Kimi Raikkonen's race engineer in Formula 1 this year, following the departure of Dave Greenwood from the team.
It was not so long ago that Williams traded pure driver quality for money: and that didn't work out so great. Now its 2018 line-up is a reflection of that very tactic, is...
LONDON (AP) Sergey Sirotkin will drive for Williams and form the most inexperienced line-up on the Formula One grid with Lance Stroll.
Sergey Sirotkin has been chosen ahead of Robert Kubica to drive for Williams in this year's Formula One championship.
Robert Kubica says his Williams reserve role is "an important step" in him achieving his goal of making a racing return to Formula 1 in the future.
Williams has named Robert Kubica as its reserve and development driver for the 2018 Formula 1 season.
Williams has announced Sergey Sirotkin will make his Formula 1 debut with the team this season, partnering Lance Stroll.
McLaren executive director Zak Brown has warned talks surrounding the future of Formula 1 beyond 2020 must not become "destructive".
Nico Rosberg hopes time will heal his relationship with former F1 teammate Lewis Hamilton after falling out during their time racing alongside each other.
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