f1 News and Analysis
Ferrari Formula 1 driver Sebastian Vettel says his SF1000 was "unrecognisable" in Sunday's Austrian GP compared to earlier in the weekend when he was encouraged by its form.
Mercedes thinks that repeat gearbox problems on its W11 would be inevitable with its current car configuration, after revealing that a build-up of electrical noise is triggering its issues.
Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner insists that the team didn't take an "unnecessary risk" by going too marginal on cooling in the Austrian Grand Prix.
We first picked out Lewis Hamilton's 10 greatest Formula 1 victories after his 50th success at the 2016 United States Grand Prix. Remarkably, since then he has added another 34 wins, some of which have been among his best, so it seemed right to revisit the list as the 2020 season finally gets going.
Sebastian Vettel has challenged Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto's claim that the COVID-19 crisis was the trigger for the change of philosophy that led to his contract not being renewed.
McLaren has explained how a video that appeared to show Lando Norris and his trainer using cold water bottles to pass a forehead temperature check on their way into the Red Bull Ring last weekend did not tell the real story of what happened.
Pierre Gasly has revealed that his AlphaTauri team almost gave up his points finish in Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix when they asked him to pit his car after just 10 laps due to fears of a brake failure.
Ferrari hopes to fast track some, if not all, of its major Hungarian Grand Prix update package to this weekend’s Styrian GP at the Red Bull Ring.
Red Bull said that its decision to request a review of Lewis Hamilton’s yellow flag infringement in Austria was prompted by intrigue on social media.
Mercedes is confident of putting fixes in place to prevent a repeat of its Austrian Grand Prix gearbox issues in time for the second race at the Red Bull Ring.
Mercedes has rubbished any talk that it used 'Multi 21' tactics of cryptic team orders in the Austrian Grand Prix to call off the battle between its drivers.
After a 217-day wait, Formula 1 returned at the Red Bull Ring with a thriller that reminded everybody what they had been missing during the COVID-enforced hiatus. Mercedes crossed the line 1-2, but that hardly told the whole story
Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner says Lewis Hamilton is the one who perhaps needs to race differently in the future, following his second clash with Alex Albon in three races.
Following a cracking season-opening Austrian Grand Prix last weekend, the Formula 1 fraternity will stay at the Red Bull Ring for the Styrian Grand Prix on July 10-12. Here are the TV timings for the second round of the 2020 F1 season.