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The implication that attending a Formula E race is a 'punishment' for a misbehaving Formula 1 driver prompted plenty of derision, but there was logic and value to Max Verstappen's day with the Marrakesh stewards.
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Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost says that the Italian Formula 1 team is willing to take more grid penalty hits in 2019 in order to help Red Bull.
Mattia Binotto has been outstanding in a technical leadership role at Ferrari, but the team is mad to think he will automatically replicate that success in the top job given all the challenges surrounding that role at Maranello.
Formula 1's in-house TV streaming service stumbled badly when it launched in 2018. As a crucial part of Liberty's vision, it now faces a crunch second season
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Red Bull F1 driver Max Verstappen spent the first day of his public service punishment "observing stewards" at the second round of the Formula E ch...
Sergio Perez says Racing Point's promising future in Formula 1 was one of the decisive factors in him ruling out a move to rival McLaren.
Red Bull Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen says his day of public service at the ABB FIA Formula E race in Marrakesh was “a constructive thing for me”.
Formula 1 technical expert Pat Symonds has warned it would be “all too easy” for rulemakers to slash downforce levels and fail to improve racing.
Renault believes that the distraction of Formula 1’s top teams needing to make redundancies when the budget cap kicks in could be a help for those smaller outfits trying to catch up.