Wolff: RBR engine will need time
F1 Tech: Spanish GP's upgrades
Liberty laughed at for F1 cost cap
Ferrari has switched focus to 2022
Wolff: 15 staff and an empty factory not enough for Red Bull
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Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes it will take more than '15 staff and an empty factory' for Red Bull to produce competitive Formula 1 engines by 2025.

As always last weekend's Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona was the prime target for several Formula 1 teams to roll out development upgrades, which has given us more insight into the 2021 development race.

Liberty Media says its chiefs who pushed through Formula 1's cost cap should have been praised rather than "laughed at" for being "dumb Americans".

Ferrari Formula 1 sporting director Laurent Mekies says his team has moved "90 to 95%" of its focus on the development of its 2022 challenger and won't compromise that approach to try and beat McLaren this year.

How long can Verstappen and Hamilton keep it clean? Prime

How long can Verstappen and Hamilton keep it clean?

Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen have been evenly matched so far in the 2021 Formula 1 title race. Neither has been afraid to get aggressive against each other on track, teeing up an enthralling contest as the year unwinds. But how long will their battle remain clean? Jonathan Noble ponders that exact point

How Formula E stood up to F1 comparisons in Monaco Prime

How Formula E stood up to F1 comparisons in Monaco

OPINION: It was no surprise to anybody that the laptimes achieved by Formula E cars on the full Monaco circuit were much slower than Formula 1. But perhaps the more relevant comparison was in the racing spectacle, where FE delivered in spades.

Formula E
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How Brabham’s one-hit wonder was boxed into a corner Prime

How Brabham’s one-hit wonder was boxed into a corner

The Brabham BT46B raced once, won once, then vanished – or did it? STUART CODLING reveals the story of the car which was never actually banned…

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McLaren not done yet with upgrading 2021 F1 car

McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl says his Formula 1 team wil continue to update its 2021 car in a bid to defeat Ferrari, despite the lure of switching its full development to 2022.

Marquez "careful" with Honda MotoGP bike feedback

Marc Marquez says he needs to be “careful” when working with his Honda MotoGP engineers as his feedback currently is “not as precise” as it used to be.

F1 teams to continue pushing for better track limits rules

Formula 1 teams are to continue pushing for better track limit rules in the sport, amid recent concerns about a lack of consistent application.

Mardenborough on Super GT: “I will be back for sure”

Jann Mardenborough has declared that he “will be back for sure” in SUPER GT in the future following his surprise dismissal by Nissan at the end of last year.

Novalak tops second day of F3 test in Jerez

Trident’s Clement Novalak topped the second day of FIA Formula 3 testing in Jerez on Thursday, beating ART Grand Prix’s Frederik Vesti by less than three-hundredths of a second.

Espargaro: Aprilia is now MotoGP’s "revolution"

Aleix Espargaro says Aprilia's progress in the space of a year has transformed it into "the revolution bike" as it's become a more desirable MotoGP project to be involved with.

“Tired of pricks?” message for Daly’s car in GP Indy

MannKind Corporation will run a bold “Tired of pricks?” message on Conor Daly’s Ed Carpenter Racing-Chevrolet in this weekend GMR Grand Prix of Indianapolis to draw attention to NeedleFreeInsulin.com.

Four new races set to join Formula E calendar in 2021-22

Formula E is expected to reveal four new races for its 2021-22 calendar alongside the return of three cities that were dropped this year owing to the pandemic.

Dakar changes rules after complaints over Audi entry

A number of changes have been made to the Dakar Rally's T1 regulations following complaints from Toyota and Prodrive regarding Audi’s ‘electric' entry next year.

2021 MotoGP French GP – How to watch, session times & more

MotoGP travels to Le Mans for the fifth round of the 2021 season. Here's the full schedule for the French Grand Prix.

Aussie competitors fighting over new Porsche

Porsche Cars Australia will need to turn potential competitors away as it dishes out its 30-strong allocation of the new 992 Cup Car.

Fittipaldi parts ways with G-Drive ELMS squad
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Fittipaldi parts ways with G-Drive ELMS squad

Pietro Fittipaldi will not take part in the remainder of the European Le Mans Series season after parting ways with G-Drive Racing.

Gragson, JR Motorsports win appeal, $100,000 bonus restored

Noah Gragson and JR Motorsports won their appeal of a NASCAR penalty, restoring the $100,000 Dash 4 Cash bonus Gragson won at Darlington (S.C.) Raceway.

35 cars on the official Indianapolis 500 entry list Indy 500
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35 cars on the official Indianapolis 500 entry list

Officially, 35 cars are entered for the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500 this May.

Ed Carpenter Racing to run Bitcoin livery at the Indy 500 Indy 500
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Ed Carpenter Racing to run Bitcoin livery at the Indy 500

Ed Carpenter Racing driver Rinus VeeKay will pilot the No. 21 Bitcoin Chevrolet in the 105th running of the Indianapolis 500 this May.

Austria 2002: When unnecessary team orders rocked F1

On May 12 2002, Ferrari was the centre of controversy at the Austrian Grand Prix when Rubens Barrichello was asked to hand the win to teammate Michael Schumacher.

Gasly: AlphaTauri “dropped back” compared to start of the year

Pierre Gasly says that his AlphaTauri Formula 1 team has “dropped back” relative to its main rivals since the start of the season.

Vettel: I’m lacking the pace to fight for points

Sebastian Vettel admits that he’s currently lacking the pace to fight for points with his Aston Martin Formula 1 car following another frustrating weekend in Barcelona.

Dakar chief responds to Loeb, Sainz after heavy criticism

Dakar Rally director David Castera has promised a more balanced 2022 event after this year’s rally-raid was heavily criticised by heavyweights Carlos Sainz and Sebastien Loeb.

The ‘flapping’ phenomenon behind F1’s latest flexi-wing intrigue

Formula 1 is as much an aero contest as it is a fight between drivers, so it’s no surprise that it has become the focus of the latest Red Bull versus Mercedes battleground.

The impossible problem Honda faces with its 2021 MotoGP bike Prime

The impossible problem Honda faces with its 2021 MotoGP bike

Honda hasn’t enjoyed an easy start to the 2021 MotoGP campaign, despite gains last season which looked to have carried over into the pre-season. Now admitting it does have issues in serious need of resolving, it faces an almost impossible task in doing so.

How Monaco dealt Formula E a winning hand to cure its hangover

Formula E faced much criticism in the wake of its maligned Valencia event. In need of a turnaround, the series' first use of Monaco's iconic Formula 1 layout provided it with the injection of thrills required to clear the fog that had enveloped the paddock.

Why IndyCar's new aero parts should improve racing at Indy

Tino Belli, IndyCar’s director of aerodynamic development, believes the changes to the underside of the cars will allow them to run closer at Indy and make passes. The moment of truth comes on its biggest stage, writes David Malsher-Lopez.

The changes Barcelona needs to provide a modern-day F1 spectacle

Formula 1’s visits to Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya over recent years have been met with familiar criticisms despite tweaks here and there to the track to improve racing. With the 2021 Spanish Grand Prix largely going the same way, proper solutions need to be followed to achieve F1’s wider targets