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Formula 1 is set to adopt a new approach for the target letter it agrees with Pirelli in a bid to ensure that the 2021 tyres are better for racing.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says that there are no guarantees the works teams will stay in Formula 1 after 2021, but all the indications are pointing to it remaining.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner says he cannot wait for the season to end, because his hates his cars being like a "lame duck" in Formula 1 races now.
Former Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa says he would not rule out Charles Leclerc winning the drivers’ championship before Max Verstappen.
Renault F1 team boss Cyril Abiteboul says he realised his team needed a staffing shake-up back in June, after a much hyped update for the French Grand Prix failed to deliver.
Red Bull thinks that next year will be its most expensive ever in Formula 1, with its costs set to ramp up because of the huge development needed for 2021's new rules.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner thinks it essential that his team carries its current strong momentum in to the winter if it is going to have any hope of beating Mercedes and Ferrari in 2020.
The commercial realities of modern racing are such that it's rare to see Formula 1's elite trying anything but grand prix cars these days. But last weekend's ride swap proved how popular they can be, and left one driver aiming for more opportunities
Mercedes has revealed that Lewis Hamilton's qualifying struggles at the United States Grand Prix were triggered by a dislodged switch cover on his steering wheel affecting his engine braking.
Ferrari insists the lack of straightline speed over the United States Grand Prix weekend had nothing to do with its Formula 1 engine.
Charles Leclerc has labelled Max Verstappen’s accusation that Ferrari had been getting around Formula 1’s engine rules as a "joke".
Romain Grosjean says he didn’t want to "touch" his Haas Formula 1 team’s most recent aero package any more, with his engineers still at a loss to explain what caused his practice crash at the United States Grand Prix.
McLaren has faith that it will not suffer a repeat of its Mexican Grand Prix race slump in Austin this afternoon, after discovering its issues last weekend were caused by breaking aero parts.
Ferrari says it would welcome a clarification from the FIA on the legality of its engine, after admitting it has got "annoyed" by recent speculation on the matter.
Amid its much publicised concerns over certain aspects of Formula 1’s new 2021 rules, the threat of a Ferrari veto had lingered in the background over recent months.