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Formula 1-bound Andreas Seidl would have taken a new role with overall control of motorsport at Porsche had he remained with the German manufacturer.
Pirelli has revealed its compound choices for the first four races of the 2019 Formula 1 season, marking the first time that the new simplified designation of hard, medium and soft has been used.
Carlos Sainz does not expect his relationship with new teammate Lando Norris to be as troubled as those he faced at Toro Rosso at the start of his Formula 1 career.
Since the Formula 1 World Championship began in 1950, the aesthetics of car design have wowed racing fans just as much as the star drivers who raced them. Here’s our favourite 50 – in no particular order – and have your say in the comments.
Claire Williams says her Formula 1 team needs Robert Kubica’s “fighting spirit” as it bids to recover from its terrible 2018 season.
Yamaha rider Michael van der Mark says he worked to make Lewis Hamilton “go a bit slower” during their Superbike track test, as the Briton's speed on the bike had caused concern.
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.
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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.