- Holden, Triple Eight agree to early contract termination
- IndyCar: New car, hybrid timeline to be set in “next 30 days”
- With recent speed, Bubba Wallace and RPM "knocking on the door"
- Dixon unhappy with stipulated tire stint length in Texas
- NASCAR restart has given the sport real confidence, says IMSA boss
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Formula 1 will never have a better opportunity to try a reverse-grid format than the double-header events this year, as he urged Mercedes to not block the plan.
President of IndyCar Jay Frye admits that the knock-on effects of the Covid-19 pandemic may shift the planned introduction of the new chassis and the hybrid units, but that Chevrolet and Honda are still planning on introduction of 2.4-liter engines in 2022.
Following Sebastian Vettel’s shock exit from Ferrari and subsequent moves for Carlos Sainz and Daniel Ricciardo, attention has shifted to Renault in Formula 1’s 2021 driver market.
Formula 1 team personnel are facing a new reality of strict tests and safety measures on their return to work this week after more than two months of factory shutdowns.