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Renault believes that the distraction of Formula 1’s top teams needing to make redundancies when the budget cap kicks in could be a help for those smaller outfits trying to catch up.
McLaren is confident that the loss of Fernando Alonso this year will not leave it without a proper benchmark to gauge the competitiveness of its Formula 1 car.
Williams and McLaren's struggles last season were proof that Formula 1 shows "no mercy" for teams that get things wrong, says sporting chief Ross Brawn.
Daniel Ricciardo's capture by Renault for 2019 left the team's staff as upbeat as they were during the title-winning years with Fernando Alonso, says F1 managing director Cyril Abiteboul.
Maurizio Arrivabene is to be replaced as team principal at Ferrari by its technical chief Mattia Binotto, senior sources have confirmed.
Valtteri Bottas must perform at the same level as Lewis Hamilton this season if he is going to keep his race seat at Mercedes for 2020, says team boss Toto Wolff.
Renault says the gains it is seeing from its 2019 Formula 1 car and engine are the biggest it has ever made over a winter.
Liberty Media has no choice but to push through resistance from some teams over plans for a shake-up of Formula 1’s "broken model", says McLaren CEO Zak Brown.
Renault has not been anywhere near Mercedes or Ferrari so far in F1's turbo hybrid era. But, with positive noises coming out of the team regarding the steps it feels it is making over the winter, this year could be the one when it finally bridges the gap
Kevin Magnussen thinks Haas faced too much of a "headwind" in 2018 during a campaign where almost everything that could go wrong did go wrong.
Renault says it is ‘sorry, but not sorry’ to have ended its relationship with Red Bull after some roller-coaster years with the energy drinks-backed team.
McLaren has spoken to Fernando Alonso about the possibility of him testing its 2019 Formula 1 car.
Although Mercedes ended up winning the 2018 world championship at a canter, for much of the season the title battle was finely poised - which seemed like a breakthrough. But things were bleak further down the grid and the numbers prove F1 cannot ignore that issue
Renault has found a "lot of kilowatts" in the development of its 2019 Formula 1 engine, customer team McLaren has been told.