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Valtteri Bottas thinks lead cars are still able to "control" races because of the aero turbulence their car causes, despite the change of rules for 2019 aimed at helping overtaking.
Honda will introduce its first upgraded engine of the 2019 Formula 1 season at this weekend’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix, following the discovery of a quality control problem.
DJR Team Penske drivers Scott McLaughlin and Fabian Coulthard have both offered light-hearted responses to the Mustang parity changes via social media.
Andretti Autosport-Honda’s fifth driver for the Indianapolis 500, Conor Daly, has revealed the #25 car’s livery which pays tribute to fighter jets from the U.S. Air Force's past and present.
The son of two-time F1 world champion and Indy 500 winner Emerson Fittipaldi – Little Emmo – talks about his recent karting crash that broke and dislocated a finger on his right hand.
NASCAR Xfinity Series regular Justin Haley will tackle double duty this weekend at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.
The Williams Formula 1 team must outdevelop its rivals at “double or triple the rate” to make up for its current disadvantage, George Russell believes.
Carlos Sainz says McLaren's incoming managing director Andreas Seidl has made a "very good" first impression and is "impatient" to start working at the Formula 1 team.
HWA's Stoffel Vandoorne says his recent test for the Mercedes ABB FIA Formula E squad is "very important" for his future.
Gerhard Berger says that Lewis Hamilton is the only Formula 1 driver he has seen who he would rank on the same level as his former McLaren teammate Ayrton Senna.
Alex Palou says he can see himself fighting for the Super Formula title this year after showing race-winning pace in the season opener at Suzuka.
The Envision Virgin Racing ABB FIA Formula E team has announced that it will be sponsored by the Harley-Davidson motorcycle brand.
Ferrari is bringing “a few updates” to the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, marking the first development of its 2019 Formula 1 car as it bids to close the gap to Mercedes.
Michael Schumacher's former manager Willi Weber believes the seven-time world champion would have returned to Formula 1 in a management role with son Mick, were it not for his 2013 skiing accident.