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The Ligier JS11 was one of Formula 1’s most competitive cars of 1979 and '80, winning three races and factoring in the hunt for both championships.
Two-time Formula 1 world champion Emerson Fittipaldi, his grandson Pietro and ex-Ferrari star Felipe Massa all starred as Sao Paulo’s streets echoed to the sound of Ayrton Senna’s F1 cars last weekend.
Sebastian Vettel says Formula 1 would be "stupid" to ignore major world issues such as the state of the environment, amid the series' impending announcement of a new sustainability initiative.
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.
The FIA hopes "liberating" areas of Formula 1’s 2021 technical rules that were set to be more prescriptive will support the “romantic” ideal of teams creating different-looking cars.
Renault Formula 1 team non-executive director Alain Prost is confident the Enstone outfit can hang on to fifth place in the World Championship despite a “tough season”, during which he admits it has lacked stability.
Ferrari’s Formula 1 car development has “exceeded expectations” this season and the amount of downforce it has added has had knock-on effects, says team boss Mattia Binotto.
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says he can handle Valtteri Bottas’s contractual situation “better” in the future, after the Finn called his career-long uncertainty “a pain in the ass”.
Former Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa says he would not rule out Charles Leclerc winning the drivers’ championship before Max Verstappen.
The Miami GP has been thrown a lifeline after the mayor of Miami-Dade County vetoed a resolution that would have blocked the use of public roads for the event, which is scheduled for May 2021.
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.
Sebastian Vettel has countered Formula 1 boss Ross Brawn's criticism of the sport's move to faster, wider high downforce cars in 2017.
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff credits the team's success this year to making fewer mistakes than rivals.
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.