Ferrari believes the potential of its 2019 Formula 1 car is “certainly bigger” than it showed in the Australian Grand Prix, which must be made into an “exception” this season.
Valtteri Bottas took a dominant victory in the Australian Grand Prix, but Lewis Hamilton could not match his Mercedes Formula 1 team-mate's pace.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff think Ferrari's struggles in the Australian Grand Prix owed more to it taking a "wrong junction" on set-up rather than its car being inherently slow.
IMSA boss Scott Atherton has all but ruled out following the FIA World Endurance Championship's lead in opening its doors up to road-derived hypercars for its next-generation rules in 2022.
Nissan Super GT drivers Jann Mardenborough and Frederic Makowiecki are both confident the Yokohama-based manufacturer will bounce back from its 2018 struggles this year.
Legendary team owner Roger Penske says he’s told NASCAR CEO Jim France “let’s make the decision and go” with revolutionary plans for the next generation of machinery.
Triple Eight will debut a new wheel retention system at the next Supercars round, as a direct response to costly incidents at Bathurst last year and Albert Park last weekend.
MotoGP champion Marc Marquez says one of the reasons for Honda focussing on engine development over the winter is the fact it couldn't stomach Ducati having a faster bike in a straight line.
Though there were some sublime performances over the Australian Grand Prix weekend, no one did quite enough to start the year with a perfect score. And for some of the drivers settling into new teams, Bahrain needs to be much, much better
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Executive Editor Stuart Codling chats to Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport Team Principal & CEO Toto Wolff, and Model Shop Supervisor Richard Bruce, about life at the team’s Brackley HQ.
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Valtteri Bottas dominated the Australian Grand Prix for Mercedes, but teammate Lewis Hamilton couldn't live with him. It emerged after the race that Hamilton's car was damaged, costing him performance. Our technical editor Jake Boxall-Legge uses our exclu
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Alex Davison has been drafted into Tickford Racing's new-look driver line-up for the 2019 Supercars enduros alongside his brother Will.
SRO chief Stephane Ratel believes this year’s bumper grid for the revamped Blancpain GT World Challenge is due to a revised format that offers teams better value for their race programs.
Raphael Lessard makes his NASCAR Trucks Series debut this weekend at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway, and will also compete at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway in the K&N Pro Series.
Meyer Shank Racing team co-owner Mike Shank has lamented the bad luck that both of his entries suffered in last weekend's Sebring 12 Hours, the second round of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Ross Brawn says that the introduction of a point for the fastest lap "livened up" the closing stages of Formula 1's Australian Grand Prix.
Jaguar's Mitch Evans believes ABB FIA Formula E should go "radical" in how it chooses to deploy attack mode in races.
Almost the entire Ferrari lineup is affected.
Carlos Sainz believes he suffered every piece of bad luck he could have done on his McLaren Formula 1 team debut in the Australian Grand Prix.
Our technical consultant remembers Charlie Whiting - the man who swapped pushing the F1 technical rule limits for guarding them, and maintained his focus to keep F1 at the cutting edge for four decades.
Neel Jani has revealed he will bow out of the FIA World Endurance Championship after the end of the current season in order to focus fully on his Porsche Formula E commitments.
Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you the Formula 1 technical updates on show in the Melbourne pitlane at the Australian Grand Prix, giving insight into the relentless development undertaken by the teams in pursuit of more performance.
The first official sessions of the 2019 Formula 1 season are now over, and plenty of new developments were unveiled on the opening day of running in Melbourne.
In our last deep dive into Giorgio Piola’s treasure trove, we cast our eye over Ferrari’s 312. But it was 1974 rivals McLaren and Emerson Fittipaldi that prevailed, running out the eventual winners in a less complex but far more compliant car.
Giorgio Piola and Motorsport Images bring you the Formula 1 technical images available from the third day of the final test at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.