f1 News and Analysis
Lewis Hamilton says the impending move to ban powerful Formula 1 qualifying engine modes will not "get the result that they want" in terms of its impact on Mercedes' performance.
Daniel Ricciardo believes his season-high fifth grid spot for last week's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix is "not a freak one-off" as Renault continues to unlock the RS20's potential.
Sebastian Vettel insists there’s no extra tension building at Ferrari despite two difficult Formula 1 race weekends at Silverstone that saw him publicly question the team’s strategy calls.
Carlos Sainz admits that there is a "question mark" regarding the cooling of his McLaren Formula 1 car after he was afflicted over the Anniversary GP weekend at Silverstone.
Sergio Perez has hit back at claims he met with a sponsor and fans during a trip back to Mexico after the Hungarian Grand Prix, calling the reports "bullshit".
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The FIA is planning a further cut in Formula 1 downforce levels on safety grounds in order to help Pirelli use the same tyres for a third season in 2021.
Sergio Perez believes it is just "a matter of time" until rumours linking Sebastian Vettel with his Racing Point Formula 1 seat go away, feeling "quite secure" about his future.
McLaren Formula 1 technical director James Key says plans for the team’s new wind tunnel are running a year later than planned due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Formula 1 teams have been informed by the FIA of plans for new restrictions on engine modes for qualifying which will be put in place by the Belgian Grand Prix.
Formula 1 race director Michael Masi has clamped down on corner cutting ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix by issuing new guidance to drivers on Thursday.
Stoffel Vandoorne will return to being on standby for McLaren on Formula 1 race weekends from the Spanish Grand Prix following the conclusion of the Formula E season.
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Mercedes would be "foolish" to not expect a repeat of the tyre blistering issues seen last Sunday at Silverstone that led to its first defeat of the Formula 1 season.
Sergio Perez will make his Formula 1 return with Racing Point at this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix after testing negative for COVID-19.
Max Verstappen’s victory for Red Bull at the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix came as a relief for many, as Mercedes dominance until that point raised the spectre of a season-long ‘silverwash’.
Nico Hulkenberg was on for a strong result in the 70th Anniversary GP before a late stop for safety reasons rather ruined that scenario. But, along with his spectacular qualifying, he showed something that should keep him in the frame for another F1 return.
McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl says Formula 1 teams will treat the logistical challenge of the Spanish Grand Prix in a similar way to Hungary amid growing concerns about COVID-19 in Catalonia.
Racing Point will proceed with its appeal against the penalty received from the FIA over its Formula 1 brake ducts design, taking the case to the International Court of Appeal.
Sebastian Vettel will get a new chassis for this weekend’s Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix after Ferrari found a “small fault” on his car after last Sunday’s race at Silverstone.
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Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff doubts there will be an issue if anyone fails to meet Formula 1’s early deadline to agree terms for the new Concorde Agreement.
Williams has announced that it will not appeal the FIA’s ruling against Racing Point, feeling its “most fundamental concern” about Formula 1 car copying has been addressed.
The promoters of the Russian Grand Prix aim to have grandstands at 50% capacity for September’s Formula 1 race in Sochi, welcoming around 30,000 fans to the event.