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Toro Rosso says that sharing technology with sister Formula 1 team Red Bull Racing in 2019 will allow it to focus its resources more intently on areas where it can find performance.
Today, the HANS device is commonplace in motorsport, but it wasn't initially greeted with open arms. This is the story of a major safety breakthrough and the man whose invention has saved countless lives.
The Williams Formula 1 team will reveal what it calls a "title partnership and livery launch" on Monday February 11th.
The chance of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone disappearing from the Formula 1 calendar has been a real risk since the circuit activated its contract break clause in 2017. Nearly 18 months later, what has changed? And is last week's clash between circuit promoters and F1 bad news for the race?
The promoter behind the Mexican Grand Prix has distanced itself from last night’s statement from the Formula One Promoters’ Association – and given its support to Liberty.
F1's TV production team rose to the challenges posed last year by the introduction of the halo, making a feature of the device as a background for onboard graphics. Now it's planning a series of overhauls and innovations for its 2019 spectacle.
Williams technical chief Paddy Lowe says that Robert Kubica didn't do enough to earn a race seat when he first tested for the team at the end of 2017.
Super Formula is regularly credited as being the fastest single-seater series outside Formula 1. That's why drivers such Stoffel Vandoorne and Pierre Gasly have entered it in recent years. Now another aspiring F1 star is heading to Japan.
Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost says that the Italian Formula 1 team is willing to take more grid penalty hits in 2019 in order to help Red Bull.
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Formula 1's in-house TV streaming service stumbled badly when it launched in 2018. As a crucial part of Liberty's vision, it now faces a crunch second season
Four-time F1 world champion Alain Prost says that the arrival of Daniel Ricciardo at Renault will help to take the team to "another dimension".
The 2019 Formula 1 season promises to be the year of the new generation with up-and-coming talents at top teams and an influx of youth. But how does a young driver survive cut-throat F1?
Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner believes his team had the best chassis in 2018, and he says that was demonstrated at races where outright power was less significant.
Less complicated front wings are F1's biggest change for 2019, but a new fuel limit will also be introduced in a bid to improve the championship's image. How necessary it was in the first place is something a number of leading figures are still questioning
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe says that the team still enjoys a “great relationship” with head of vehicle performance Rob Smedley, who is leaving the Formula 1 outfit.