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McLaren has unveiled a one-off livery that Fernando Alonso will use in this weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, his last Formula 1 outing for the foreseeable future.
IndyCar-bound Marcus Ericsson says his target at the end of the 2018 Formula 1 season has been to show what his Sauber team will be "missing" next year, when he will be replaced.
A British Grand Prix on a street circuit would be "inappropriate", according to Motorsport UK chairman David Richards, and he has instead backed Silverstone to maintain the Formula 1 event.
Autosport's F1 correspondents Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell join Glenn Freeman to discuss the recent incidents in Brazil. Did Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen get preferential treatment from stewards?
Louis Deletraz says Haas "sees his potential" after handing him his first test in a current Formula 1 car at the 2018 Pirelli tyre test following the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo believes his aggressive moves during his debut season with Red Bull in 2014 "changed the level of overtaking" in Formula 1.
Mercedes Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff has pledged the manufacturer will “really go for broke” in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix now both titles have been secured.
Liberty Media recently announced that Formula 1 will race in Vietnam for the first time in 2020 as the first new event it has sealed since buying the championship. But the deal for the new race raises questions about the future of historic grand prix venues.
Ferrari must be "ready" to manage its "brave" decision to promote Charles Leclerc to a race seat next season, according to the Formula 1 team's leading engineer Jock Clear.
Leading Formula 1 personnel have warned that rule changes designed to improve overtaking next season may be limited in their impact.
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff believes that Max Verstappen will be a world champion once the “raw edges are off.”
Signing Pietro Fittipaldi will help the Haas Formula 1 team address a weakness with its simulator use, reckons the team’s race driver Romain Grosjean.
Mercedes may not have raced with its controversial wheel spacer design for the past few Formula 1 grands prix, but it has not stopped developing the idea as the latest updates used in Brazil show.