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Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari needs to address its lack of pace in "too many" races if it is to have any chance of winning the Formula 1 world championship next year.
Carlos Sainz says it feels ‘powerful’ rather than daunting to know that McLaren will be relying on him to help lead the team in the 2019 Formula 1 season.
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes were officially crowned Formula 1 World Champions at the FIA’s prize-giving ceremony in St Petersburg, Russia, although the evening was topped by Kimi Raikkonen’s high-spirited antics as he received the third-placed trophy.
FIA President Jean Todt met with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the FIA’s General Assembly in St Petersburg on Friday, to discuss the future of the sport in the country.
Toto Wolff says even a team like Williams cannot be discounted from coming up with a Mercedes-beater next year, amid fears that loopholes in the rules could be key to the Formula 1 battle.
Kimi Raikkonen thinks Sauber has all it needs to built a "great car" in 2019, having now had his first test with the team.
The FIA believes that the ‘Aeroscreen' would have been only 10% as effective in protecting Charles Leclerc in his crash at this year's Belgian Grand Prix.
Even though it was wrapped up with a round to spare, the battle for ‘Class B’ honours went back and forth throughout the year, with many teams and drivers sharing success. In the end, there was a worthy winner, who won’t be recognised in the history books.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team's new engine plans for 2019 have suffered a small "setback" in not delivering the performance gains that had been hoped for.
Two-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso recently swapped cars with seven-time NASCAR Cup champ Jimmie Johnson in Bahrain – to experience each other’s world.
In what has become an end-of-season tradition, Motorsport.com's sister title Autosport asked Formula 1's team bosses to rank their top 10 drivers, based on their on-track performances this year.
Nico Hulkenberg thinks he may have to "find another gear" if he is going to beat Daniel Ricciardo at Renault next season.
Charles Leclerc's Belgian GP crash with Fernando Alonso ended some of the debate surrounding the halo. The FIA's findings proves it was right to implement it, and dissenting voices have been made irrelevant.
The 2018 Formula 1 season featured the fiercest battle for honours since the start of the V6 turbo-hybrid era - even if both titles were ultimately sealed comfortably - but who were the standout drivers over the course of the campaign?
The FIA's official investigation in to the first corner crash at this year's Belgian Grand Prix has concluded that the halo saved Charles Leclerc from being hit on his visor by the front wing endplate of Fernando Alonso's car, Motorsport.com can reveal.
The FIA has tweaked the way penalties will be applied to Formula 1 grids from 2019, in an attempt to encourage those who have penalties to take part in qualifying.