Gordon leaves FOX for Hendrick role
FIA to slow down Formula 1 pitstops
Schumacher sits in crooked position
HMS beating Penske 'everywhere'

Formula 1's fastest pitstops are set to be slowed down on safety grounds from the Hungarian Grand Prix, after a clampdown from the FIA.

Mick Schumacher has revealed that he has been “sitting in a crooked position” in his Haas Formula 1 car since the beginning of the 2021 season. 

Where is Hendrick beating Penske right now? 'Everywhere'
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It certainly looks like Team Penske has had a solid season with all three of its NASCAR Cup Series drivers having won this year but looks can be deceiving.

NASCAR’s Next Gen Cup car: What is it and why it is needed
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NASCAR’s Next Gen Cup car: What is it and why it is needed

The NASCAR Next Gen is the future generation of chassis to be used in the Cup Series and is aimed at making the cars more cost-effective for race teams and car manufacturers, while simultaneously enhancing driver safety.

F1 vs IndyCar: Which is faster, horsepower, assists and more compared

Formula 1 and IndyCar are both considered to be premier single-seater series, with huge fan bases and drivers clamoring to compete within it.

Brown: McLaren IndyCar star O’Ward reminds me of a young Montoya

Zak Brown says McLaren IndyCar star Pato O’Ward reminds him of a young Juan Pablo Montoya after the Mexican driver’s recent charge to victory in Detroit.

Mazda has “eye on the championship” but also going for wins

Mazda’s Harry Tincknell, Oliver Jarvis and Jonathan Bomarito say that their priority remains the IMSA championship in the marque’s final year, but admit it’s time to go for wins in the WeatherTech Championship.

Hamilton: F1's return to capacity crowd at British GP "premature" British GP
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Hamilton: F1's return to capacity crowd at British GP "premature"

Lewis Hamilton believes that Formula 1's return to a capacity crowd for next month's British Grand Prix feels "a bit premature", encouraging fans to remain vigilant with precautions.

Kevin Magnussen completes first pre-Le Mans test alongside father

Ex-Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen has completed the first test in the car he will share with father Jan in this year's Le Mans 24 Hours.

Mexico 1990: Mansell reveals all on his greatest F1 overtake

Despite being replayed thousands of times since it took place on this day in 1990, Nigel Mansell’s overtaking move on Gerhard Berger at the Mexican Grand Prix Formula 1 still captivates fans today.

Brown: Lando Norris "as fast as anyone on the grid" in F1

Zak Brown believes that McLaren Formula 1 driver Lando Norris is “as fast as anyone on the grid” at the moment, acting as a “great bar” for new teammate Daniel Ricciardo.

Valentino Rossi doubts he will race for VR46 Ducati MotoGP team

Valentino Rossi doubts he’ll race for his own VR46 team in MotoGP on a Ducati, and admits it’s “very difficult” for him to continue his career at all in 2022.

Lewis Hamilton: Talks with Mercedes over new F1 contract are underway

Lewis Hamilton has revealed that talks with Mercedes over a new Formula 1 contract are underway, saying discussions have been “positive” so far.

Marc Marquez “back to real situation” at Assen after MotoGP win

Honda's Marc Marquez says he "cannot expect" to repeat his Germany victory in this weekend's MotoGP Dutch Grand Prix, admitting he will be "back to our real situation".

Sergio Perez hopes Red Bull F1 contract talks "don’t take too long"

Sergio Perez hopes that talks over a new Red Bull Formula 1 contract “don’t take too long” and that negotiations will go “very smoothly” after a strong start working together.

Verstappen: Past F1 success in Austria no guarantee of 2021 wins

Max Verstappen believes that Red Bull's previous record in Austria acts as no guarantee of success in 2021 as he bids to extend his Formula 1 championship lead.

Valtteri Bottas opens up over Mercedes F1 relationship Styrian GP
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Valtteri Bottas opens up over Mercedes F1 relationship

Valtteri Bottas says it is “completely false” to think his relationship with Mercedes has become broken after his feisty radio message at the Formula 1 French Grand Prix.

Valencia 2012: How Schumacher scored his final F1 podium

Fernando Alonso took his 29th Formula 1 victory and one of the best in his career at the 2012 European Grand Prix at Valencia. But it was also the race that marked the final time Michael Schumacher would stand on the podium.

Nissan Juke Tribute Concept pays homage to 240Z African Rally winner

This Nissan Juke Rally Tribute Concept celebrates the 50th anniversary of the 240Z winning the East African Rally in 1971.

Franco Morbidelli to undergo knee surgery after missing MotoGP Dutch TT

Petronas SRT MotoGP rider Franco Morbidelli will undergo surgery on the left knee injury which ruled him out of this weekend’s Dutch Grand Prix.

FIA to slow down Formula 1 pitstops from Hungarian GP

Formula 1's fastest pitstops are set to be slowed down on safety grounds from the Hungarian Grand Prix, after a clampdown from the FIA.

Quartararo: Vinales “one of the fastest guys I’ve ever seen”

Fabio Quartararo says Yamaha MotoGP team-mate Maverick Vinales is “one of the fastest guys I’ve ever seen” and has identified where he needs to improve to stop his 2021 struggles.

Vinales “has given up many times” during Yamaha MotoGP woes

Maverick Vinales has admitted he “has given up many times” as he continues to struggle for form on the Yamaha in 2021, saying his MotoGP woes are “difficult to accept”.

How F1's biggest crisis helped trigger its exciting 2021 season Prime

How F1's biggest crisis helped trigger its exciting 2021 season

Formula 1's return to Austria this weekend comes under exceedingly different circumstances to its last Spielberg visit, when F1 took its first tentative steps out of the global COVID shutdown. But the tightrope F1 walked in 2020 has ultimately led to the most exciting season of the hybrid era

The unexpected Rossi/Ducati MotoGP sequel offering redemption Prime

The unexpected Rossi/Ducati MotoGP sequel offering redemption

A decade after first linking up with Ducati in what turned out to be an ill-fated period in his MotoGP career, Valentino Rossi has joined forces with the Italian marque once more - this time as a team owner. And the VR46/Ducati tie-up beginning in 2022 has the potential to right the wrongs of Rossi and Ducati's nadir of 2011/2012.

Why Chadwick is taking nothing for granted ahead of W Series return Prime

Why Chadwick is taking nothing for granted ahead of W Series return

W Series is back this weekend after a year away. This time it’s supporting F1, and reigning champion Jamie Chadwick is up for the challenge of taking another title - but knows with higher stakes will come even more motivated opposition

How overlooked Mazda produced one of Le Mans' greatest shocks

The screaming rotary-engined Mazda 787 is regarded as one of the most popular Le Mans 24 Hours-winning cars, but until its surprise success on this day 30 years ago it was never regarded as a likely victor. But that reckoned without a new technical partner, some canny political manoeuvring and a rival's bizarre self-inflicted weakness.

The rear wing rethink defining F1's title battle

The tiny margin between Formula 1's title protagonists Red Bull and Mercedes is forcing both to rethink their aerodynamic set-up at races this year.

French GP: Key F1 tech updates, direct from the garages

Join us as we delve into the latest technical developments from the French Grand Prix at Paul Ricard, courtesy of Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images.

The changes that will help Mercedes avoid more 'magic button' trouble

Lewis Hamilton's magic button fumble in Baku may have been a rare mistake from the seven-time Formula 1 world champion, but Mercedes says it can do more to help him.

The Red Bull design that avoided a flexi-wing protest

Formula 1 arrived at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix braced for a showdown over the flexi-wing saga but Red Bull's rear wing design for Baku managed to avoid controversy.