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McLaren is set for a reshuffle of its aero department, Motorsport.com has learned, with its head of aerodynamics Guillaume Cattelani having left the team.
Russian Grand Prix officials are confident that the future of the race is not under threat, despite a global ban on the country hosting major sporting events.
Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey admits that it's proved harder than expected to sell major sponsorship deals – but he insists that interest from potential partners is on a "steady rise."
Lewis Hamilton says 2019 was the best season he has had in Formula 1, especially considering he started the year with a "heap" of a car.
Renault team boss Cyril Abiteboul says he's "exasperated" by fellow Formula 1 teams' refusal to abolish the rule that sees the second qualifying segment dictate the choice of tyre for the race start.
Mercedes will be in Formula 1 “for the long-term” if it is able to reduce the contribution from parent company Daimler, according to team principal Toto Wolff.
McLaren Formula 1 star Lando Norris has been named the British Competition Driver of the Year at the 2019 Autosport Awards.
BRDC British Formula 3 runner-up Johnathan Hoggard has been crowned the winner of the Aston Martin Autosport BRDC Award at the 2019 Autosport Awards.
This year's second Gregor Grant Award at the 2019 Autosport Awards has been presented to the Monaco Grand Prix.
The life of the late FIA Formula 1 race director Charlie Whiting has been recognised by a John Bolster Award at the 2019 Autosport Awards.
Six-time Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton claimed the International Racing Driver of the Year presented by Pirelli Award at the 2019 Autosport Awards.
Mercedes' Formula 1 car responsible for extending its dominance to six consecutive drivers' and constructors' titles, the W10, has won the Autosport Award for Racing Car of the Year Award presented by Pirelli.
Red Bull star Alex Albon has won the Richard Mille Rookie of the Year at the 2019 Autosport Awards following a stellar debut campaign in Formula 1.
Max Verstappen thinks both Red Bull’s Formula 1 title hopes and his own future with the team rest on a strong start to 2020.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has dropped the firmest hint yet that he will stay on in his current role, despite ongoing speculation linking him to a position running F1 from 2021.