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The lack of real track action so far this year hasn't stop drivers from keeping their racing brains 'fresh', as former F1 star Stoffel Vandoorne suggested last weekend.
Aston Martin insists that its plan to return to Formula 1 with a 'works' team next year is on track, despite warnings that its parent road car company could run out of money within 12 months based on its previous spending plans.
Ferrari says that accepting the delay to the introduction of the new 2021 regulations has likely put it at a disadvantage to its rivals – but it had to do so for the sake of Formula 1.
Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko wanted to organise a 'Corona Camp' for his team's drivers so they would deliberately get infected with COVID-19.
Formula 1 teams are open to the idea of a season that runs into January 2021 and includes two-day grands prix in a bid to try to get a championship together, says Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto.
Formula 1 needs to "put a pin" in allowing closer alliances between teams in the future if it is to keep a full grid in the future, says Williams.
Flavio Briatore says he warned Fernando Alonso against going to McLaren in 2007 because he believed Lewis Hamilton was in the "pocket" of team boss Ron Dennis.
The coronavirus pandemic has put Formula 1 into uncharted territory, as it faces challenges never experienced before.
The Formula 1 travelling circus is a pan-global monolith that can lay claim to being one of the biggest sporting series going. But in the current COVID-19 pandemic-induced hiatus, that could count against it staging any races at all in 2020, with the fate of Australia's cancelled GP a stark warning to other promoters
Formula 1's switch to biofuels with its new generation of cars looks set to trigger a surprise development battleground thanks to a change it brings in engine cooling characteristics.
Romain Grosjean thinks it is "positive" that team owner Gene Haas has come clean and admitted that his outfit's future in Formula 1 is not guaranteed if it does not have a strong start to the year.
Prominent showings - not entirely for the reasons he planned - in the F1 Esports Virtual GP and Veloce's #NottheBahGP were a perfect illustration of how Lando Norris has assumed the role of F1's poster boy in a tough period for the championship, and ought to give him a far greater following when on-track racing resumes
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says it is hard to criticise Formula 1 chiefs over their handling of the Australian Grand Prix because they were constantly chasing a ‘moving target’.