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The latest episode in Autosport’s Race of My Life podcast series is Sir Jackie Stewart, talking about the 1973 Italian Grand Prix, and the day he won his third and final F1 title
Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn says that the eight-race European calendar issued earlier this week would officially count as a world championship, even if no further races can be run.
David Coulthard says he is "a little bit concerned about anything that handicaps success" regarding Formula 1's new rules, warning that it cannot risk losing its position as motorsport's "pinnacle".
Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas will return to Formula 1 action next week when Mercedes undertakes a two-day test at Silverstone.
It appears as though Formula 1's proposal to introduce reversed-grid qualifying races will fall by the wayside for the time being. But, despite Mercedes' resistance, F1 owner Liberty Media is still keen to experiment with new formats.
Sergio Perez and Pierre Gasly will bolster the Formula 1 driver numbers to eight competing in the penultimate Virtual Grand Prix on Sunday.
McLaren Formula 1 boss Zak Brown is expecting 2021 signing Daniel Ricciardo to provide a benchmark that will help Lando Norris develop as a driver.
Mercedes Formula 1 team principal Toto Wolff has laughed off rumours of a rift with Daimler chief Ola Kallenius, as he reiterated his intention to remain at the world champion outfit.
The 1984 Monaco Grand Prix shone a spotlight on two raw and exciting Formula 1 talents. Although McLaren’s maestro Alain Prost won the 12th grand prix of his career that day, young guns Ayrton Senna and Stefan Bellof both starred as a monsoon soaked the French riviera.
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff insists the team's interest in Sebastian Vettel is not just "lip service".
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has explained the reasons why his team blocked a move to trial reverse grid qualifying races this year – insisting the sport doesn't need 'gimmicks' to make things exciting.
The battle between Formula 1 teams will be just as 'fierce' as ever when racing resumes in Austria next month, reckons Red Bull's Christian Horner, despite the unique circumstances of closed door events.
Mercedes Formula 1 technical director James Allison believes that the FIA didn’t expect that the team could make its dual-axis steering system operational and fully legal after the governing body rejected its original idea.
Having almost lost its entry for the 2010 season following BMW's withdrawal, Sauber's recovery hit the buffers when Formula 1 switched to V6 hybrid engines in 2014 and the end appeared in sight. Here's how it turned its fortunes around not once, but twice.
A secret chat in a private jet back in 2017 helped set in motion Kimi Raikkonen's move from Ferrari to Alfa Romeo last year, its team manager Beat Zehnder has revealed.
In this series we introduce the people who work in F1 who you never normally get a chance to see on TV. Today, however, we feature someone who is often spotted after each race: the master of the podium ceremony Alexander Molina.
Formula 1 is unlikely to finalise the remainder of the 2020 calendar until the end of June at the earliest as it looks to avoid rushing decisions on rescheduled races.
Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey says teams pulling out because of ill personnel, or even a driver getting infected with coronavirus, will not stop races from going ahead when the season resumes.