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Williams to give Aitken FP1 run at second Austrian F1 event

Williams Formula 1 team reserve driver Jack Aitken will have a run in George Russell’s car on the Friday morning of the Styrian GP at the Red Bull Ring.

Hamilton reveals foiled strategy plan to beat Bottas

Lewis Hamilton says the first safety car that triggered a round of pitstops in the Austrian Grand Prix spoiled the strategy gamble that he’d planned to jump teammate and eventual race winner Valtteri Bottas.

Surprise second "feels like a victory" - Leclerc

Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc says his unexpected second place in the Austrian GP "feels like a victory" after the Italian team struggled for performance all weekend.

Binotto: Demanding Mugello would put on "great show" for F1

Ferrari Formula 1 boss Mattia Binotto says that the Mugello circuit owned by the Italian team could put on a “great show” if it is granted a Grand Prix date in September.

Hamilton, Bottas trusted Mercedes on DAS legality

Mercedes Formula 1 drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas insist they were confident that the team’s DAS would be approved by the FIA because they trusted that their engineers wouldn’t pursue anything that might be deemed illegal.

Ferrari’s backwards form reopens engine wounds

A notable year-on-year slump for the Ferrari powered teams in qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix has served to stir up fresh debate about the Italian manufacturer's power unit after the pre-season controversy regarding its secret deal with the FIA.

Norris never expected to outqualify Racing Point cars

McLaren Formula 1 driver Lando Norris admits he was surprised to outpace the Racing Point cars in qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix.

Mercedes in its "own league" in Austria, admits Bottas

Mercedes Formula 1 driver Valtteri Bottas says that his team is in its “own league” after a dominant performance in qualifying in Austria, while teammate Lewis Hamilton insisted he didn’t expect to see such an advantage.

Analysis: What we’ve learned about DAS from Red Bull's protest

Late on Friday evening the FIA Formula 1 stewards rejected Red Bull Racing’s protest of the Mercedes DAS system. We take a look at what that decision tells us about that innovation.

Renault talking to “big names” to replace Ricciardo in 2021

Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul says that the French manufacturer is talking to some “big names” as it seeks to fill the seat that will be vacated by Daniel Ricciardo in 2021.

Kvyat: Imola test proves F1 has gone wrong way with tracks

AlphaTauri Formula 1 driver Daniil Kvyat says his team’s recent test at Imola showed that most modern venues are “too perfect” and that the sport has taken the “wrong direction” on circuit design.

Perez says Racing Point can't "get too excited" despite P3

Racing Point Formula 1 driver Sergio Perez says his team can't get too excited despite leading the chase behind Mercedes in Austrian Grand Prix practice.

Ferrari still blocking release of FIA engine settlement details

Ferrari Formula 1 boss Mattia Binotto says that the Maranello outfit won't release details of its controversial winter agreement with the FIA because it would compromise the team's intellectual property.

Ferrari explains why "first choice" Vettel was axed

Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto insisted Sebastian Vettel was the team's "first choice" for 2021 and explained that the change in circumstances caused by the COVID-19 crisis led the team to opt for a change of driver.

Grosjean "concerned" about lack of Haas upgrades

Haas Formula 1 driver Romain Grosjean admits to being "concerned" about the lack of planned upgrades at the US-owned team.

Mercedes upgrades F1 engine for Austrian GP

The Mercedes Formula 1 team and customers Racing Point and Williams are to run a new spec power unit in the Austrian GP after the Stuttgart manufacturer made further reliability fixes.

Race of my Life: Emerson Fittipaldi on the 1972 Italian GP

As Motorsport.com launches the latest episode in its Race of My Life podcast series, we revisit the race double Formula 1 world champion Emerson Fittipaldi picked as his best – the 1972 Italian Grand Prix in which he clinched his first title for Team Lotus.

COTA expects US GP decision to involve Canada, Mexico

Circuit of the Americas boss Bobby Epstein says it’s too early to make a call on the fate of the 2020 United States Grand Prix – and he’s in no hurry to get a decision from the Formula 1 organisation.

Ferrari to run testing-spec car in Austria ahead of big revamp

The Ferrari Formula 1 team will run the car it planned to race in Melbourne in the two races in Austria – but will introduce a major package of revisions for the third race of the year in Hungary.

Mercedes "reinventing" to replace outgoing Cowell

Mercedes Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff says that the company’s High Performance Powertrains division is “reinventing” to adjust for the impending departure of its longtime boss Andy Cowell.

F1 gets $2.9bn loan amendment to help weather crisis

Formula 1 has been given financial breathing space until the end of 2021 after Liberty Media amended the conditions attached to a $2.9bn loan – and CEO Chase Carey says that the change will help the company get through the Covid-19 crisis.

Giovinazzi backs “cool” plan for three Italian F1 races

Italy’s only current Formula 1 driver Antonio Giovinazzi says he’s “a big supporter” of the suggestion that the country could host three Grands Prix in September, describing the idea as “really cool.”

Racing Point: Cost cap won’t harm Mercedes relationship

Racing Point Formula 1 team boss Otmar Szafnauer doesn’t believe that a more tightly-packed field in the future will jeopardise the team’s technical partnership with Mercedes.

Wolff: F1 can overcome "weirdness" of closed door races

Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff believes that Formula 1 can put on a great show in Austria to overcome the “weirdness” of a race held behind closed doors.