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The FIA has given the all-clear to Mercedes' clever new wheel hub and rims, in the wake of a clarification request from Ferrari.
Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost thinks it ‘nonsense’ to suggest that a cost cap will not work in Formula 1 because it will be too hard to police.
Though his Formula 1 career spans 17 years, Fernando Alonso remains an enigmatic character to many. So what really makes him tick? With four races to go until he leaves the grid - for now at least - here are friends, rivals and former colleagues' insights into a supremely talented, ruthless and extremely clever racing driver.
Formula 1 has moved to prevent a repeat of Max Verstappen’s corner cutting controversy from last year’s United States Grand Prix by installing new kerbs at the Austin track.
Williams has approached the development of its 2019 Formula 1 car with “quite a different process” after learning from its problems with this year’s design, says Sergey Sirotkin.
McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran says he must keep a lid on his competitive spirit, which is making him "angry" amid the Formula 1 team's struggles.
Alexander Albon has emerged as favourite to replace Brendon Hartley and partner Daniil Kvyat at Scuderia Toro Rosso in Formula 1 in 2019.
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The newly-launched single-gender W Series is being billed as the radical action needed to fast-track women towards Formula 1. But the flawed situation that makes such a championship necessary is going to limit what it can achieve.
The tyre blistering Formula 1 drivers have had to manage at several races this year has felt like they are "completely cruising round", says Mercedes' Valtteri Bottas.
Sauber’s development rate this season has transforming the team from a backmarker into a midfield challenger.
Formula 1 risks losing one of its current manufacturers if the escalating costs of engine development are not cut in the near future, fears Renault.