Formula 1 looks set to abandon high-degradation tyres from 2021, with series chiefs admitting the sport was wrong to head in such a direction.
The Formula 1 organisation has extended Melbourne’s deal to host the Australian Grand Prix by a further two years, taking the race into the 2025 season.
The legal case between Russian chemical company Uralkali and the Force India administrators is set to go to trial in late 2020.
Ferrari must see Red Bull’s improved form as a “further boost” to improve, says its Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto.
Fernando Alonso has played down talk that he is focused on a return to Formula 1 next year, suggesting he can find better ‘challenges’ elsewhere.
Red Bull Formula 1 reserve driver Sebastien Buemi suffered a high-speed crash at Silverstone on Wednesday during a Pirelli tyre test.
Ross Brawn has dismissed as ‘nonsense’ complaints from teams that Formula 1’s 2021 rules concept risks being a turn-off for fans because strict limits on design freedom...
Max Verstappen’s rapid application of the throttle on his Red Bull Formula 1 car is the suspected cause of his ‘turbo lag’ issue during the British Grand Prix weekend.
Mercedes Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff says Lewis Hamilton made “all the data look a little bit silly” when he stole the fastest lap point from Valtteri Bottas at the...
Charles Leclerc has admitted that he upped the aggression with his racing at the British Grand Prix in the wake of losing victory in Austria when he was barged out of the...
Alfa Romeo technical director Simone Resta will leave the team at the end of the month to rejoin his ex-Formula 1 employer Ferrari.
Renault Formula 1 driver Nico Hulkenberg says his team 'left points on the table' in the British Grand Prix, with team boss Cyril Abiteboul admitting the strategy 'didn't...
Formula 1 has talked for months about the bold plans for 2021 that are aimed at making grand prix racing closer, more exciting and more popular with fans. Jonathan Noble...
Although the 2021 F1 rules have not yet been finalised, the ideas are advanced enough for Motorsport.com’s technical editor Giorgio Piola to imagine how the new...
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