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Matsushita: F1 dream in my hands
Alfa hails "huge" 1.5% progress
Title race without Ferrari's errors
Ferrari surprised by Leclerc gains
F1 shows off 2021 car video

Honda protege Nobuharu Matsushita says his dream of becoming Japan’s next Formula 1 driver remains viable, believing it still possible to obtain the necessary superlicence points in Formula 2 this year.

Alfa Romeo is “improving drastically” and has made a “huge” step with its potential this season, according to the Formula 1 team’s chief Frederic Vasseur.

How F1 2019 could've looked without Ferrari's blunders Prime

The signs from pre-season testing suggested Ferrari would take the fight to Mercedes in 2019, but the reality has been markedly different. Much of that can be blamed on Ferrari missing opportunities, as this alternate reality makes clear.

Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto says new recruit Charles Leclerc’s rate of progress since his arrival has been a surprise for the Italian outfit.

Formula 1 has unveiled the first video of its 2021 concept car in the windtunnel, featuring the anticipated ground-effect aerodynamics package.

Matsushita: F1 graduation still in my hands

Honda protege Nobuharu Matsushita says his dream of becoming Japan’s next Formula 1 driver remains viable, believing it still possible to obtain the necessary superlicence points in Formula 2 this year.

Vasseur: Alfa Romeo's 1.5-percent progress "huge"

Alfa Romeo is “improving drastically” and has made a “huge” step with its potential this season, according to the Formula 1 team’s chief Frederic Vasseur.

How F1 2019 could've looked without Ferrari's blunders Prime

How F1 2019 could've looked without Ferrari's blunders

The signs from pre-season testing suggested Ferrari would take the fight to Mercedes in 2019, but the reality has been markedly different. Much of that can be blamed on Ferrari missing opportunities, as this alternate reality makes clear.

Ferrari surprised by how much Leclerc has improved in 2019

Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto says new recruit Charles Leclerc’s rate of progress since his arrival has been a surprise for the Italian outfit.

F1 claims “exceptional” results as 2021 windtunnel video emerges

Formula 1 has unveiled the first video of its 2021 concept car in the windtunnel, featuring the anticipated ground-effect aerodynamics package.

Revealed: Our vision for 2021’s F1 racers
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Revealed: Our vision for 2021’s F1 racers

While Formula 1 teams await the definitive version of the 2021 regulations, we've created our own version of what we think the next generation F1 car should look like.

F1 tech race: Giorgio Piola on key 2019 developments

We are already past the halfway point in the Formula 1 season, and so far we’ve seen plenty of great work done by the teams to improve their performance. As always, Giorgio Piola has kept a close eye on these improvements – so we can take a look through the story so far…

F1's current process for deciding tyre spec "wrong" - Ferrari

The Ferrari Formula 1 team has questioned the “current process” for establishing the tyre specification for the season, following a debate over supplier Pirelli’s thinner-tread 2019 rubber.

Promoted: Why Alfa Romeo will be worth watching at Monza

Until last season, it had been well over 30 years since a Formula 1 car bearing the Alfa Romeo name had last contested an Italian Grand Prix. And it’s now been eight years since an Italian driver started their home race. All that is set to change in 2019, when Antonio Giovinazzi lines up on the Monza starting grid in an Alfa Romeo F1 car powered by a Ferrari engine.

Why every F1 team should want to be Bottas' Plan B Prime

Why every F1 team should want to be Bottas' Plan B

Valtteri Bottas is still waiting to hear on his Mercedes future, but losing a seat at the best Formula 1 team on the grid might not be a career-ending disaster. He would be an incredibly valuable asset for any other team

Verstappen sees other future F1 rivals besides Leclerc

Max Verstappen believes Charles Leclerc is not the only young gun he will fight in Formula 1, despite the “amazing” opportunity for the karting rivals to race each other again.

Verdict: Why Raikkonen is exceeding expectations at Alfa Romeo
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Verdict: Why Raikkonen is exceeding expectations at Alfa Romeo

Kimi Raikkonen is enjoying a strong 2019 Formula 1 season with Alfa Romeo squad, previously known as Sauber, with which the 2007 world champion made his 2001 grand prix debut.

Red Bull’s ruthless history of mid-season F1 driver swaps
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Red Bull’s ruthless history of mid-season F1 driver swaps

Few top Formula 1 teams have been as notorious as Red Bull for shuffling driver line-ups, given its record for mid-season bombshells such as the Alex Albon/Pierre Gasly switch.

Honda chief says 2019 results will "encourage" F1 stay

Honda believes it cannot do much more to secure its Formula 1 future as its programme chiefs await a decision from the company on whether to continue beyond 2020.

Debutant Correa joins Calderon for Alfa Romeo F1 test

Alfa Romeo Formula 1 development driver Juan Manuel Correa will get his first mileage in grand prix machinery this Saturday in a Sauber C32.

The rivalry primed to save F1's post-Hamilton era Prime

The rivalry primed to save F1's post-Hamilton era

Though Lewis Hamilton's departure is inevitably drawing closer, Formula 1 is going to be able to replace its current single transcendent star with something it hasn't really had in two decades - a genuine classic sporting rivalry.

Stella, Fry "key" to McLaren resurgence, say team chiefs

McLaren Formula 1 team chiefs have credited Andrea Stella and Pat Fry for leading the outfit’s resurgence during its “interim period”.

Ferrari: "Too much standardisation" in F1's 2021 plans

Ferrari is “not happy yet” with the proposed 2021 Formula 1 regulations and is pushing back against standardisation, according to team boss Mattia Binotto.

F1 2020 silly season: Who’s in the firing line?
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F1 2020 silly season: Who’s in the firing line?

It may only be the summer break, but Formula 1’s next shocking blockbuster driver moves are already being speculated ahead of the 2020 season.

Debate: How Williams plans to fix its F1 woes
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Debate: How Williams plans to fix its F1 woes

Williams’ poor start to the season has been well documented, but this once mighty team is in the process of making big changes which it hopes will secure a return to form.