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Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Formula 1 will never have a better opportunity to try a reverse-grid format than the double-header events this year, as he urged Mercedes to not block the plan.
The FIA has to constantly adjust the regulations to reign in teams as they find new and interesting ways in which to defeat the spirit of the rules in the quest for better laptimes.
An example of the last Toyota Formula 1 car to race is one of the star items in a COVID-19 online charity auction that has been put together by the FIA.
The Mercedes Formula 1 team is opposed to a fresh push to experiment with reverse-grid qualifying races when racing resumes – and, unless the team changes its mind, the initiative won’t go ahead.
Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has criticised his Formula 1 peers for “staying silent” amid the ongoing global protests against racial injustice.
The prospects for two Formula 1 races in Britain this summer have improved after the UK government indicated that it is willing to relax the 14-day quarantine rules for elite sports personnel.
Daniel Ricciardo believes the opening race of the 2020 Formula 1 season could offer “chaos” as drivers return to action following an extending break from racing.
Silverstone’s hopes of hosting Formula 1 races this year have taken a further boost after the UK government declared the resumption of sport behind closed doors from Monday, June 1.
In the most recent Formula 1 classic race, a grand prix which only sparked to life late on, the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix gave Carlos Sainz his moment in the sun which he celebrated in the darkness of a post-race podium and led to Ferrari to come knocking.
When Red Bull found its way out of F1's midfield and joined the hunt for wins, tensions between Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel began to flare. The first of those fall-outs came in the 2010 Turkish Grand Prix during a high-speed tangle for the lead...
Formula 1’s turbo-hybrid powertrain regulations are too complex and expensive for any new manufacturers to consider joining the championship, says Motorsport UK chief David Richards.
Friday’s news that the Williams Group is conducting a strategic review that could lead to a complete sale has sadly come as no surprise, given the company’s difficult financial situation.
In Motorsport Heroes, the full-length feature film by Manish Pandey now available on Motorsport.tv, four legends of our sport share their successes, failures, personal struggles and life-threatening accidents. Today we hear from Mika Hakkinen about the day he was crowned Formula 1 world champion for the first time.
Williams wants to complete the process of finding investors, or even new owners, for its Formula 1 team in the next three or four months.
Mercedes has made it clear that it fully plans to remain in Formula 1 as a 'works team' and will continue with current team principal Toto Wolff beyond 2020.
Williams plans to reveal a new livery before the start of the Formula 1 season, in the wake of it terminating its title sponsorship deal with ROKiT.