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The points impact of Renault’s double Suzuka disqualification

After being stripped of its double points-paying finishes at the Japanese Grand Prix, the revised results put Renault under pressure from Toro Rosso for fifth in the Formula 1 Constructors’ Championship.

Renaults disqualified from Japanese GP over illegal braking aid

Renault has had both its cars disqualified from the Japanese Grand Prix for using an illegal driver aid.

Hulkenberg plight shows "sad" driver market reality - Perez

Nico Hulkenberg's failure to land a Formula 1 seat for 2020 would be proof of how "sad" the sport has become in not letting talent shine through, reckons his former teammate Sergio Perez.

F1 to stream Mexican Grand Prix on Twitch

Formula 1 is to broadcast track action from the Mexican Grand Prix on entertainment platform Twitch as part of a bid to try to attract new audiences.

Red Bull feels it's building up "momentum" for stronger 2020

Red Bull has faith that it is building "momentum" for a better Formula 1 season in 2020, despite its progress since the summer break being clouded by an "oddball" performance at the Singapore Grand Prix.

Latest veto shows F1 is not aligned with its objectives Prime

Latest veto shows F1 is not aligned with its objectives

Formula 1's push for three reverse-grid races in 2020 hit the buffers when the teams rejected the idea. By delaying the latest change to improve the racing spectacle, self-interested teams have proved they fear change

McLaren still planning to bring more upgrades for 2019

McLaren will continue to bring updates to its car for the next few races, even though its current performance has left it in a "happy place".

Mexican GP: All the winners since 1963

The Mexican Grand Prix was first run as a round of the Formula 1 World Championship in 1963. The most successful drivers at this event are Jim Clark, Alain Prost, Nigel Mansell and Max Verstappen, who each have two wins. Here are all the winners from across the years, click on the arrows above to scroll through them…

Box! Box! Podcast: The F1 charity helping unsung heroes's Box! Box! Podcast visits Silverstone to learn about the Grand Prix Trust – a charity that provides support for Formula 1's behind the scenes team personnel.

Gamble completes prize F1 test in 2013 McLaren

The 2018 McLaren Autosport BRDC Award winner Tom Gamble drove a Formula 1 car for the first time at Silverstone on Tuesday as part of his prize.

Horner: Verstappen doesn't share father's Red Bull concerns

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says Max Verstappen does not share the same frustrations about the current performance of the outfit as his father Jos.

Prost v Senna, Suzuka '89: Malice in Hondaland Prime

Prost v Senna, Suzuka '89: Malice in Hondaland

From the Autosport magazine archive, this is the full race report from the October 26 issue in 1989, when the F1 World Championship was decided after Alain Prost and Ayrton Senna collided, leading to a surprise victory for Benetton's Alessandro Nannini – but only after the stewards had intervened...

Why is Ferrari's engine legality always being questioned? Prime

Why is Ferrari's engine legality always being questioned?

Why is Ferrari's Formula 1 engine being scrutinised? How did Racing Point find out about Renault's brake bias system? Is Sebastian Vettel any good at car development? Our ex-F1 technical director answers these questions and more

Giovinazzi says fighting for F1 seat like surviving junior career

Antonio Giovinazzi says fighting for his Formula 1 future is the same experience as his entire career, as is being considered "shit" one race and a "hero" the next.

Flashback: The Prost/Senna collision that shook the world

Thirty years ago today, it happened: Lap 47 of the 1989 Japanese Grand Prix and Ayrton Senna lunges to the inside of McLaren teammate – and Formula 1 World Championship rival – Alain Prost. What happened next would not only cause huge controversy at the time, and define that year’s title, but spark a fire that would rage for years.

Hamilton: No hope of beating Ferrari on Mexico straights

Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes has "no hope" of challenging Ferrari on Mexico's straights this weekend, as he has his first opportunity to wrap up his sixth Formula 1 world championship.

The mystery of Senna's #11 photo solved

More than 25 years after his death, interest in three-time world champion Ayrton Senna remains undimmed as his legend lives on.

McLaren: 2020 car concept change not a gamble

McLaren insists that its decision to make concept changes to its 2020 car does not pose a risk of it throwing away the progress it has made in Formula 1 this season.

Magnussen: Current generation of cars hard to troubleshoot

Kevin Magnussen says pinpointing problems is harder to do with the current generation of grand prix cars, because they handle so well.

Verstappen: Podiums the maximum for remaining races

Max Verstappen reckons Red Bull-Honda will only get podium finishes at best in the remainder of the 2019 Formula 1 season and cannot see further chances to win grands prix.

Hamilton: 2019 "not great" for Mercedes engine development

Lewis Hamilton wants less drag and more power from the 2020 Mercedes Formula 1 car, admitting "it's not been a great year" for engine development by his team.

Ricciardo: Renault needs to "keep positivity" after morale swings

Renault Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo admits that heads had dropped at the Enstone team in recent weeks, and hopes the Japanese Grand Prix result can kickstart a run of “positivity.”

Why Ferrari is spurning the "easiest" Vettel/Leclerc solution Prime

Why Ferrari is spurning the "easiest" Vettel/Leclerc solution

Ferrari's return to form has given it the headache of two drivers going head-to-head to become team leader, but its approach to handling the situation raises questions as to whether it's chosen the right strategy.

Grosjean: Split-screen can fix F1's midfield TV coverage

Romain Grosjean reckons a split-screen option would be a “cool” fix to Formula 1’s problem of not showing enough battles while television coverage focuses on race leaders.