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Oliver Rowland says he is no longer aiming for a Formula 1 race drive after sealing his ABB FIA Formula E deal with the Nissan e.dams squad.
Lando Norris said he steered clear of choosing hero Valentino Rossi’s #46 in Formula 1 because he didn’t want to be a "copycat".
One of most surprising storylines from the 2018 Formula 1 season was the change in fortunes at Sauber, which lifted itself from the rear of the grid to lead 'Class B' on occasion. Here's how that turnaround came to be.
Daniel Ricciardo says he was losing sleep in the second half of the 2018 Formula 1 season, as misfortune dogged his final races as a Red Bull driver.
Pat Symonds race engineered Michael Schumacher to his first two Formula 1 World Championships, but what made the seven-time champ so special both in and out of the cockpit?
Robert Kubica says the rule changes being introduced for the 2019 season are coming at the “perfect” time for his return to Formula 1.
Formula 1 teams are no strangers to tying up with mobile phone companies, but McLaren’s new partnership with Chinese smartphone company OnePlus has taken things to the next level.
Carlos Sainz says a presentation his new McLaren team gave him when he arrived at Woking has left him convinced the team knows what it needs to do to return to the front of the Formula 1 grid.
Motorsport.com's panel of experts pick their highs, lows, surprises and laments from the 2018 Formula 1 season.
Lewis Hamilton says he is “more intrigued to learn something new” than take the “super-easy” option of continuing to work in Formula 1 once he stops racing.
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.