The FIA admits Formula 1 cars are unlikely to retain as much downforce as its 2021 research suggests, but hopes the new rules will still produce a 'very big step'.
Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc will take a new engine and thus receive a grid penalty for the penultimate round of the season in Brazil, the team has confirmed.
The Red Bull Formula 1 team has confirmed Alexander Albon will continue alongside Max Verstappen in its line-up for the 2020 Formula 1 season.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says that there are no guarantees the works teams will stay in Formula 1 after 2021, but all the indications are pointing to it remaining.
Formula 1 has announced details of how it intends to make the sport carbon neutral by 2030, and revealed that emissions from the cars themselves only account for 0.7% of...
The Ligier JS11 was one of Formula 1’s most competitive cars of 1979 and '80, winning three races and factoring in the hunt for both championships.
Two-time Formula 1 world champion Emerson Fittipaldi, his grandson Pietro and ex-Ferrari star Felipe Massa all starred as Sao Paulo’s streets echoed to the sound of...
Ferrari believes that Formula 1's top teams will still be clear of the opposition in 2021, despite a radical overhaul of the rules aimed at making the sport more...
Sebastian Vettel says Formula 1 would be 'stupid' to ignore major world issues such as the state of the environment, amid the series' impending announcement of a new...
Lewis Hamilton says he can still improve as a Formula 1 driver because he is 'working on a masterpiece' that is not finished, despite wrapping up a sixth title.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is to miss his first Formula 1 race since 2013 when he skips this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix now that the championships have been won.
Sebastian Vettel says the early stages of the 2019 Formula 1 season were about 'trying not to see the truth' as Ferrari fell further behind Mercedes.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner says he cannot wait for the season to end, because his hates his cars being like a 'lame duck' in Formula 1 races now.
The FIA hopes 'liberating' areas of Formula 1’s 2021 technical rules that were set to be more prescriptive will support the “romantic” ideal of teams creating...
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