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The mystery of Senna's photo solved
McLaren: 2020 car concept no gamble
Magnussen: Current cars hard to fix
Verstappen: Podiums the maximum now
Hamilton wants less draggy Mercedes

More than 25 years after his death, interest in three-time world champion Ayrton Senna remains undimmed as his legend lives on.

McLaren insists that its decision to make concept changes to its 2020 car does not pose a risk of it throwing away the progress it has made in Formula 1 this season.

Kevin Magnussen says pinpointing problems is harder to do with the current generation of grand prix cars, because they handle so well.

Max Verstappen reckons Red Bull-Honda will only get podium finishes at best in the remainder of the 2019 Formula 1 season and cannot see further chances to win grands prix.

Lewis Hamilton wants less drag and more power from the 2020 Mercedes Formula 1 car, admitting "it's not been a great year" for engine development by his team.

The mystery of Senna's #11 photo solved

More than 25 years after his death, interest in three-time world champion Ayrton Senna remains undimmed as his legend lives on.

McLaren: 2020 car concept change not a gamble

McLaren insists that its decision to make concept changes to its 2020 car does not pose a risk of it throwing away the progress it has made in Formula 1 this season.

Magnussen: Current generation of cars hard to troubleshoot

Kevin Magnussen says pinpointing problems is harder to do with the current generation of grand prix cars, because they handle so well.

Verstappen: Podiums the maximum for remaining races

Max Verstappen reckons Red Bull-Honda will only get podium finishes at best in the remainder of the 2019 Formula 1 season and cannot see further chances to win grands prix.

Hamilton: 2019 "not great" for Mercedes engine development

Lewis Hamilton wants less drag and more power from the 2020 Mercedes Formula 1 car, admitting "it's not been a great year" for engine development by his team.

Ricciardo: Renault needs to "keep positivity" after morale swings

Renault Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo admits that heads had dropped at the Enstone team in recent weeks, and hopes the Japanese Grand Prix result can kickstart a run of “positivity.”

Why Ferrari is spurning the "easiest" Vettel/Leclerc solution Prime

Why Ferrari is spurning the "easiest" Vettel/Leclerc solution

Ferrari's return to form has given it the headache of two drivers going head-to-head to become team leader, but its approach to handling the situation raises questions as to whether it's chosen the right strategy.

Grosjean: Split-screen can fix F1's midfield TV coverage

Romain Grosjean reckons a split-screen option would be a “cool” fix to Formula 1’s problem of not showing enough battles while television coverage focuses on race leaders.

Vasseur believes race pace will be "easier to find" for Alfa

Alfa Romeo Formula 1 boss Fred Vasseur says there’s “no need to panic” over the team’s struggles to find race pace in recent Grand Prix weekends given its strong qualifying form.

Verstappen: Ricciardo Red Bull dynamic was "ideal situation"

Max Verstappen says the ideal teammate for him in Formula 1 is one who can push him to greater heights like Daniel Ricciardo did.

McLaren outlines opposition to Japan-like F1 weekend format

McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl thinks it would not be right for Formula 1 to hold qualifying and the race on the same day in the future, despite the format proving popular in Japan.

Ranked! Intriguing F1 star tests that led nowhere
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Ranked! Intriguing F1 star tests that led nowhere

Formula 1 testing is always a peak time of interest and intrigue, but it has also brought about unexpected driver and team link-ups.

Promoted: How working from home boosted motorsport TV coverage
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Promoted: How working from home boosted motorsport TV coverage

Televising major motorsports events has always been a massive operation, requiring many cameras, tonnes of equipment and people to travel around the world. However, breakthroughs in technology and fibre connectivity recently have meant that a broadcast revolution has been happening in Formula 1, MotoGP and World Rally Championship; the ability for the series to produce their live coverage from their home base, thousands of miles away from the event.

F1 set to abandon reverse grid idea for 2020

Formula 1 looks set to abandon attempts to trial different race weekend formats in 2020, in the wake of teams failing to get behind the idea for reverse grids earlier this week.

Why F1 teams fear 2021 rules will lead to 'GP1 racing' Prime

Why F1 teams fear 2021 rules will lead to 'GP1 racing'

As Formula 1 heads to its next era, fears of a GP1 'spec series' are surfacing among team bosses and designers. But will F1's 2021 push close down creativity and create cars that all look the same?

Petrobras set to terminate McLaren sponsorship deal

McLaren's sponsorship deal with Brazilian oil company Petrobras looks set to be brought to an official end within a matter of days, Motorsport.com has learned.

Abiteboul: 2019 "by far the most difficult season" for me

Renault managing director Cyril Abiteboul says 2019 has been the most difficult season he has faced in Formula 1, but insists critics who say his team have "lost the plot" are wrong.

Vettel: Only real chequered flag should end races

Sebastian Vettel believes only a real chequered flag should end a Formula 1 race after the Japanese Grand Prix result was rolled back one lap because of a system error.

Back-to-back test: Compare new F1 aero parts used in Japan

Besides Mercedes’ highly successful aero update for the Japanese Grand Prix, three other Formula 1 teams brought significant new pieces to Suzuka as each searched for an upturn in form. Take a look at what changed, and what the pieces looked like before the revisions.

Why F1 must learn from its bad decisions of the past
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Why F1 must learn from its bad decisions of the past

As Formula 1's 2021 rules debate moves towards its – delayed – crunch point, we look back at the missteps that have made its self-improvement efforts so complicated.