Formula 1 News and Analysis
McLaren's 2019 Formula 1 chances depends on it avoiding the development "trap" it fell into during last year, says Carlos Sainz.
Ferrari expects its performance in this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix to show the effect of the "corrections" it has made following its poor start to the 2019 Formula 1 season.
At last year's Japanese Grand Prix, the re-emergence of tobacco sponsorship was evident at Ferrari, and McLaren's BAT deal followed for 2019. The return of such sponsors means F1 must consider the wider impact
Renault's Formula 1 team needs to be hard on itself if it is to bounce back from the disappointment of the Australian Grand Prix, reckons its managing director Cyril Abiteboul.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel believes the six drivers employed by Formula 1's leading teams will all “have a word to say” in the way the 2019 title fight pans out.
Mercedes arrived in Australia as the underdog for the first time in the hybrid era - but once again it scored a 1-2 finish. So what changed between pre-season testing and the first round?
Alfa Romeo has had a rollercoaster relationship with the Formula 1 World Championship, and it’s never been better than its first two seasons when it took back-to-back world titles. Alfa returned at the end of the 1970s for seven years before pulling out again. Now it’s back, having taken over Sauber’s entry for 2019.
Renault team principal Cyril Abiteboul believes that agreeing a new set of financial regulations should be the first priority in discussions over Formula 1's post-2021 future.
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Max Verstappen’s overtaking move on Sebastian Vettel at the Australian Grand Prix shows that Honda now has "enormous" power, reckons Mercedes boss Toto Wolff.
Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer says new signing Lance Stroll is a "gutsy racer" who will get due credit for his Formula 1 performances eventually.
Daniel Ricciardo and Johann Zarco rolled the dice last year, as each gave up a top-team option for a leading role in a longer-term project. Their choices could pay off down the line - but 2019 looks to have more pain than gain in store.
Now we've seen how far off the pace Williams is when it counts in F1 2019, the big question is how can it solve its problems?
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul says that the "peaky" characteristics of 2019 Formula 1 cars can make for a more unpredictable season.
The FIA is working on an immediate solution to help F1 drivers better see the start lights, after complaints in the Australian Grand Prix about views of the gantry being blocked by the higher 2019 rear wings.