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How Sauber twice saved itself from the brink of extinction Prime

How Sauber twice saved itself from the brink of extinction

Having almost lost its entry for the 2010 season following BMW's withdrawal, Sauber's recovery hit the buffers when Formula 1 switched to V6 hybrid engines in 2014 and the end appeared in sight. Here's how it turned its fortunes around not once, but twice.

How secret private jet chat led to Raikkonen's Sauber return

A secret chat in a private jet back in 2017 helped set in motion Kimi Raikkonen's move from Ferrari to Alfa Romeo last year, its team manager Beat Zehnder has revealed.

No deadline to finalise remainder of 2020 F1 calendar

Formula 1 is unlikely to finalise the remainder of the 2020 calendar until the end of June at the earliest as it looks to avoid rushing decisions on rescheduled races.

Why Hamilton's 'stick to racing' critics are missing the point Prime

Why Hamilton's 'stick to racing' critics are missing the point

Lewis Hamilton's criticism of Formula 1 "staying silent" on racial injustice prompted a response from several of his fellow drivers. But it also drew a predictable cut and paste response that diminishes the platform elite sports stars have

Who could replace Ricciardo at Renault?

Following Sebastian Vettel’s shock exit from Ferrari and subsequent moves for Carlos Sainz and Daniel Ricciardo, attention has shifted to Renault in Formula 1’s 2021 driver market.

Hamilton calls out industry silence over racial injustice

Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has criticised his Formula 1 peers for “staying silent” amid the ongoing global protests against racial injustice.

Ricciardo expecting "chaos" when F1 season resumes

Daniel Ricciardo believes the opening race of the 2020 Formula 1 season could offer “chaos” as drivers return to action following an extending break from racing.

The race that meant Ferrari could not ignore Sainz

In the most recent Formula 1 classic race, a grand prix which only sparked to life late on, the 2019 Brazilian Grand Prix gave Carlos Sainz his moment in the sun which he celebrated in the darkness of a post-race podium and led to Ferrari to come knocking.

The beginning of the end for Webber at Red Bull
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The beginning of the end for Webber at Red Bull

When Red Bull found its way out of F1's midfield and joined the hunt for wins, tensions between Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel began to flare. The first of those fall-outs came in the 2010 Turkish Grand Prix during a high-speed tangle for the lead...

Mercedes has "clear intention" to remain in F1 under Wolff

Mercedes has made it clear that it fully plans to remain in Formula 1 as a 'works team' and will continue with current team principal Toto Wolff beyond 2020.

Aston Martin won't turn Racing Point into "monster" F1 team

Racing Point will not turn into a “monster” Formula 1 team when it becomes the Aston Martin works operation in 2021, according to technical chief Andrew Green.

Ricciardo held Ferrari talks before joining McLaren

Daniel Ricciardo has confirmed he held talks with Ferrari over a future Formula 1 race seat before signing with McLaren for the 2021 season.

How F1's new aero handicap system will work

After weeks of talks between Formula 1's stakeholders over steps to safeguard's the series' future, the final green light was received on Wednesday evening for some important changes.

F1 involvement now "clear cut" for manufacturers - Steiner

Haas team principal Gunther Steiner believes the reduced Formula 1 budget cap from 2021 will make involvement in the series a "clear cut" decision for interested manufacturers.

1998 Belgian GP: When the Schumachers went to war

One of Formula 1's greatest-ever wet races, the 1998 Belgian Grand Prix was jam-packed with incidents, drama and - in the case of the Schumacher brothers - flaring tempers as both watched their chances of victory crumble for very different reasons.

Russell hopes for testing before 2020 F1 season starts

George Russell hopes he will be able to complete some test running in a Formula 1 car before the revised start to the 2020 season in Austria in early July.

The day Rosberg and Hamilton’s relationship blew up

The rivalry between Mercedes teammates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg is likely to be remembered as the defining battle of Formula 1 in the 2010s.

British GP open to August date to save F1 race

The British Grand Prix could switch to a date in August in order to save the race following the UK government's latest quarantine measures, according to Silverstone chief Stuart Pringle.

Remembering Formula 1's craziest finish

Canada 2011 and Brazil 2019 are often regarded for their crazy finishes, but none were quite as mad as the "real strange one" in Monaco in 1982.

How Ricciardo banished his Monaco ghosts in 2018

Victory at the 2016 Monaco Grand Prix slipped through Daniel Ricciardo's grasp and left the normally jovial Australian enraged. But two years later at the 2018 edition, he banished those demons with a gutsy drive

Ricciardo: F1 hiatus may help me prolong my career

Daniel Ricciardo believes the extended winter break in Formula 1 forced by the COVID-19 pandemic could help him have a longer career in the sport.

Todt explains why Vettel failed to emulate Schumacher

Jean Todt believes a lack of unity at Ferrari has been the key reason for Sebastian Vettel’s failure to emulate Michael Schumacher and win Formula 1 world championships with the team.

Bottas, Ocon join Formula 1's Virtual GP grid

Valtteri Bottas and Esteban Ocon will make their Formula 1 Esports debuts this weekend after being announced for the Virtual Monaco Grand Prix.

F1 driver market saga isn’t over yet - Grosjean

Romain Grosjean expects more surprises to follow in the Formula 1 driver market for 2021, believing the saga following Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari exit is not over yet.