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Design legend Gordon Murray will work with the Racing Point Formula 1 team on the aerodynamic development of his T.50 supercar, which is planned to be unveiled in May.
Red Bull Racing team boss Christian Horner says he doesn't see any reason why top Formula 1 drivers would want to change teams in 2021.
Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey admits that it's proved harder than expected to sell major sponsorship deals – but he insists that interest from potential partners is on a "steady rise."
Renault team boss Cyril Abiteboul says he's "exasperated" by fellow Formula 1 teams' refusal to abolish the rule that sees the second qualifying segment dictate the choice of tyre for the race start.
Racing Point Formula 1 team technical director Andrew Green believes that 2021 cars will be “nasty pieces of work to drive” due to the airflow off the front wing making them unpredictable.
Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team principal Christian Horner says that the outfit’s first season with Honda power in 2019 has been “beyond expectations.”
All three Formula 1 rookies had impressive years in 2019, but arguably the most impressive was Lando Norris, who harboured doubts he would be good enough this year before going on to impress all at McLaren
Pirelli is hoping that lower pressures will give the Formula 1 teams a much better impression of its 2020 tyres in Abu Dhabi testing than was gained when they were run in Austin.
A data server crash in race control caused the FIA to disable the use of DRS for the first third of the Abu Dhabi GP before the issue was addressed.
Williams Formula 1 driver George Russell insists that he’s well enough to drive in Abu Dhabi after concerns over his fitness led the team to put Sergey Sirotkin on standby to replace him.
Formula 1 teams have expressed their frustration at the delay over a final decision on what Pirelli tyre construction will be used next season because of the impact on their aerodynamic R&D.
Lewis Hamilton says he has no regrets about "experimenting" with a late strategy call that cost him a podium place in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
The top four positions in the 2020 Formula 1 constructors’ World Championship have already been decided, but for the midfield teams there’s still much to play for in Abu Dhabi.
The Williams Formula1 team has confirmed that reserve driver Nicholas Latifi will graduate to a race seat in 2020, replacing Robert Kubica.
Kimi Raikkonen's second Ferrari stint lasted five Formula 1 seasons. When that stretch finally ended at the close of 2018, few would have predicted his stay in grand prix racing would continue. But he's thriving at Alfa Romeo, and here’s how
Indecision meant that by the time F1 teams were content with their wishlist for one of the 2020 season's key components, it was almost too late. Was it any surprise teams were unhappy with the prototype they tested, and will it even be seen next year?