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DAS will not be allowed in F1 in '21
Daruvala named Red Bull junior
Live: Barcelona F1 testing
Explained: What next after new DAS?
Big three teams show test strength

The FIA will only allow Formula 1 teams to run Dual Axis Steering (DAS) systems until the end of 2020, with the device having been already outlawed from the start of 2021.

Formula 3 race winner Jehan Daruvala has secured aFormula 2 graduation with Carlin for 2020, and has become a Red Bull Formula 1 junior.

Follow all the action from the first Formula 1 pre-season test at Barcelona with our minute-by-minute coverage.

Explained: Mercedes’ DAS system and fears over what follows
Video Inside

There was only one talking point in the Formula 1 paddock on the second day of pre-season testing, as Mercedes debuted its dual-axis steering system.

Where the big three teams show their might at Barcelona Prime

A trackside view around the aero-dependent Barcelona circuit on day two of the opening F1 test revealed which drivers were having to work harder than others. The big three teams were, unsurprisingly the best-sorted, but that doesn't tell the full story…

DAS will not be allowed in F1 in 2021

The FIA will only allow Formula 1 teams to run Dual Axis Steering (DAS) systems until the end of 2020, with the device having been already outlawed from the start of 2021.

Daruvala named Red Bull junior, seals F2 move

Formula 3 race winner Jehan Daruvala has secured aFormula 2 graduation with Carlin for 2020, and has become a Red Bull Formula 1 junior.

Live: Follow Barcelona F1 testing as it happens

Follow all the action from the first Formula 1 pre-season test at Barcelona with our minute-by-minute coverage.

Explained: Mercedes’ DAS system and fears over what follows
Video Inside

Explained: Mercedes’ DAS system and fears over what follows

There was only one talking point in the Formula 1 paddock on the second day of pre-season testing, as Mercedes debuted its dual-axis steering system.

Where the big three teams show their might at Barcelona Prime

Where the big three teams show their might at Barcelona

A trackside view around the aero-dependent Barcelona circuit on day two of the opening F1 test revealed which drivers were having to work harder than others. The big three teams were, unsurprisingly the best-sorted, but that doesn't tell the full story…

Day 2: F1 2020 testing tech updates, direct from Barcelona

Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you an update of the best technical images from the Barcelona pitlane and track action on the second day of Formula 1 testing in 2020.

Using Mercedes DAS like “running in flip-flops” – Vettel

Ferrari Formula 1 star Sebastian Vettel believes that the new Mercedes DAS steering system must be difficult for the team’s drivers to operate – comparing the unnatural effort of moving the wheel back and forth with “running in flip-flops”.

Perez hopes 'pink Mercedes' is as fast as real thing

Sergio Perez hopes that his "pink Mercedes" Racing Point car is as fast as the real thing when the Formula 1 season begins.

Gallery: Best photos from Barcelona F1 testing so far

Formula 1 2020 pre-season testing is in full swing at Barcelona, with plenty to look at out on track and in the pitlane. Here are the best images, click on the images above to cycle through them.

Why the FIA believes Mercedes' DAS system is legal
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Why the FIA believes Mercedes' DAS system is legal

Formula 1's second day of pre-season testing has been dominated by intrigue surrounding the Mercedes 'Dual Axis Steering' (DAS) system.

Raikkonen tops second day of F1 testing

Kimi Raikkonen ended the second day of Formula 1 pre-season testing fastest for Alfa Romeo as Mercedes debuted its new dual-axis steering system.

Mercedes' DAS: What is it, how does it work, and is it legal? Prime

Mercedes' DAS: What is it, how does it work, and is it legal?

Mercedes sent its rival F1 teams, the media and fans into overdrive when its front wheels were caught turning inwards in response to a steering input from Lewis Hamilton. Here we examine the tech behind the device that has caused so much commotion

Alfa Romeo's new F1 simulator "will take time" to be ready

Alfa Romeo's new Formula 1 simulator will not be ready for around another 18 months, the team has said.

Mercedes "pretty confident" new DAS system is legal

Mercedes is "pretty confident" the new steering mode system it debuted in Barcelona Formula 1 testing on Thursday is legal, and says it had kept the FIA updated during the development process.

Tech insight: What does Mercedes' steering wheel mode do?

The big talking point on day two of pre-season testing has been a Mercedes steering mode that appears to adjust the toe of the front wheels while the car is moving. Here, Matt Somerfield looks at what is behind the design

Perez leads second day of F1 test at halfway mark

Sergio Perez ended the second morning of 2020 Formula 1 pre-season testing on top of the timesheets, as the Racing Point driver clocked in a 1m17.347s halfway through the session.

Leclerc explains notebook slip in F1 testing

Charles Leclerc has explained his new note-taking approach after a spy shot of his notepad emerged on social media on Wednesday.

Mercedes 'steering mode' raises eyebrows in Barcelona

Mercedes's new Formula 1 car is at the centre of intrigue, after a curious new 'steering mode' was spotted from onboard footage of Lewis Hamilton's car.

Steiner: F1 can't take any risks travelling to China

Haas boss Gunther Steiner says Formula 1 must make sure there is zero risk involved in travelling to China before it gives the green light to finding a slot for its grand prix later in the year.

Russell: "Very underrated" Latifi will be hard to beat

George Russell thinks rookie teammate Nicholas Latifi is underrated and will be a tougher teammate to beat than many people expect.