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Sainz admits to early contract talks with McLaren

Carlos Sainz is in “no rush at all” to agree a new contract with McLaren beyond the end of the season, but has already held early conversations about his future.

Wolff: Mercedes dominance hasn't cost F1 fans

Toto Wolff has dismissed suggestions Formula 1 is becoming less attractive as a result of Mercedes’ recent domination, saying the series is “on a really good path”.

McLaren vows to protect staff as virus focus shifts to Vietnam

McLaren CEO Zak Brown is clear he will not put any of his staff in an "uncomfortable situation" with the coronavirus outbreak, as attentions shifts to the developing situation in Vietnam.

McLaren unveils its 2020 Formula 1 car

McLaren has become the latest team to unveil its new Formula 1 car for the 2020 season.

F1 admits rescheduling Chinese GP will be "challenging"

Chase Carey has conceded it will be "challenging" for Formula 1 to find a new date for the Chinese Grand Prix in 2020 following its postponement.

F1 set to abandon April date for Chinese GP

The Chinese Grand Prix on April 19 is set to be called off, with an announcement about a potential postponement of the race coming as early as today.

Ferrari kicks off 2020 F1 launch season
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Ferrari kicks off 2020 F1 launch season

Ferrari kicked off launch season for Formula 1 in 2020 when it unveiled its new car in Italy today.

Mercedes unveils tweaked livery for its 2020 F1 car

Mercedes has revealed its updated car livery for the 2020 Formula 1 season, featuring a tweaked colour scheme following the arrival of major sponsor INEOS.

Mercedes announces major INEOS partnership

Mercedes has announced a new major partnership with INEOS ahead of the 2020 Formula 1 season on a five-year deal.

Grosjean opens up on reputation, social media abuse

Romain Grosjean has brushed off criticism he has faced from social media trolls, saying he would prefer to be disliked than have “no charisma at all”.

Grosjean excited by "extraordinary" Saudi F1 plans

Romain Grosjean hopes the proposed new Formula 1 race in Saudi Arabia will go ahead, calling the project “huge” and “extraordinary”.

FIA releases accident report on Hubert's fatal Spa F2 crash

The FIA has released the findings of its investigation into the Formula 2 accident at Spa that resulted in the death of Anthoine Hubert last August.

Honda "quite happy" with 2020 F1 engine progress

Red Bull Formula 1 team principal Christian Horner says engine partner Honda is "quite happy" with its winter progress as it looks to build on its breakthrough season.

Haas aims to bounce back after "real education process"

Haas Formula 1 team owner Gene Haas hopes the newly-revealed VF-20 car will return the American outfit to form after "a real education process" through 2019.

Verstappen: Early Red Bull renewal was to avoid 'awkwardness'

Max Verstappen feels signing his new Red Bull Formula 1 contract helped avoid any awkwardness within the team through the 2020 season, calling it "the right place" to continue his career.

Williams releases footage of 2020 F1 car fire-up

Williams has completed a successful fire-up of its new Formula 1 car ahead of the 2020 season.

Ricciardo: Netflix doc put F1 "on the map" in the US

Daniel Ricciardo feels the Netflix Drive to Survive series helped put Formula 1 “on the map” in the United States following its successful first season in 2019.