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World Council approves lower cost cap and other F1 rule changes

The FIA World Motor Sport Council has formally approved a wide-ranging raft of changes to the Formula 1 regulations to cover the 2020 World Championship season and beyond.

F1 reserves first two August weekends for British GP

Formula 1 is reserving the first two weekends of August for races at Silverstone if UK government quarantine restrictions allow personnel to travel freely at that time.

The day Ron Dennis told Enrique Bernoldi his fortune
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The day Ron Dennis told Enrique Bernoldi his fortune

In the 2001 Monaco Grand Prix, unheralded backmarker Enrique Bernoldi boldly held off delayed poleman David Coulthard for over 30 laps – and then received a telling off from a furious Ron Dennis.

UK PM Boris Johnson tells ministers to help make British GP happen

UK prime minister Boris Johnson has reportedly responded to lobbying from Formula 1 to create a quarantine exemption for the sport’s travelling personnel by asking his ministers to make it happen.

Future of live events a "great unknown” - Liberty

Liberty Media, the company that owns Formula 1, concedes that some adjustment could be required to a business model based on live events in the post-coronavirus world if people change their behaviour.

When Mercedes "screwed up" Hamilton's race in Monaco

Over the course of Formula 1's hybrid era Mercedes has rarely dropped the ball, but the Brackley team did just that during the Monaco Grand Prix five years ago today, denying Lewis Hamilton a near-certain victory.

Wolff “growing as a human being” during F1 break

Mercedes Formula 1 team boss Toto Wolff says that he has been “growing as a human being” as he’s been able to switch off and relax during the enforced break from the sport.

Wurz says F1 drivers fully support plans for "ghost races"

Grand Prix Drivers' Association chairman Alex Wurz says that the organisation is fully behind Formula 1’s push to return with “ghost races” – and he’s adamant that everything is being done behind the scenes to ensure that safety concerns are addressed.

Hungary enters frame as British GP hopes fade

Hungary could now follow Austria as the second venue of the 2020 Formula 1 season with the UK government set to confirm quarantine regulations that will make the British GP impossible in the short term.

When Star Wars came to Monaco but the Force was with Raikkonen
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When Star Wars came to Monaco but the Force was with Raikkonen

The 2005 Monaco GP saw a storming drive to victory by Kimi Raikkonen – while his McLaren Formula 1 team made a big strategic call with a little help from the folks back home.

Why Bottas didn’t win over Wolff at first sight

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff has revealed that when he was first asked to support the early career of Valtteri Bottas he wasn’t interested, but he changed his mind after meeting the young Finn in person.

Austin health official casts further doubt on US GP

Austin's senior public health official says that large events are unlikely to take place in the Texan city before the end of the year, casting further doubt on the US Grand Prix, which is still scheduled for October 25.

Why Villeneuve failed to repeat his father’s Monaco success

Jacques Villeneuve twice went to the Monaco Grand Prix with a car that could have won and thus allow him to emulate the achievement of his father Gilles, but instead he endured two of the worst races of his peak years with Williams.

How F1 plans to get through fresh quarantine headache

The mounting indications that the UK government will not exempt travelling Formula 1 personnel from the upcoming 14-day quarantine restrictions has thrown yet another spanner in the works as Chase Carey and his colleagues try to nail down a tenable 2020 schedule.

British GP plans dealt big blow by quarantine measures

Silverstone’s hopes of getting the final green light for the British Grand Prix have suffered a blow, sources have indicated to Motorsport.com, amid growing indications that the UK government will not exempt sports – including Formula 1 - from planned quarantine restrictions.

Silverstone twin F1 race plans being made “on the hoof”

Silverstone boss Stuart Pringle says plans for the two Formula 1 World Championship races to be held at the venue this summer are being made “on the hoof” – and he stresses that the events will look very different from the traditional British GP.

Hamilton: Mercedes needs to "hit ground running"

Lewis Hamilton has urged his Mercedes Formula 1 team to "hit the ground running" after the enforced break from competition.

When Ecclestone realised where the real money in F1 is

The 1974 Belgian Grand Prix was the race that first opened Bernie Ecclestone's eyes to the real commercial possibilities of Formula 1, and that weekend had an influence on everything that has followed.

Ricciardo, Norris form the "most exciting driver line-up"

McLaren Formula 1 team boss Zak Brown believes that the combination of Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris in 2021 will be “awesome” – and he thinks the experienced Australian will help his younger partner to further raise his game.

Wolff “very proud” to see F1 season start in Austria

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says he is “very proud” that his home country of Austria is set to host the first two rounds of the 2020 World Championship.

No “bad blood” at McLaren over Sainz departure, says Brown

McLaren Formula 1 team boss Zak Brown believes that his team will be a happier place than the two rival outfits that will also go through the 2020 season with a driver who is known to be leaving.

Singapore GP in “open dialogue” with F1 over 2020 race

Singapore GP organisers says they are in “an open dialogue” with the F1 organisation about the event’s place on the 2020 World Championship calendar.

Vettel was never considered for McLaren drive - Brown

McLaren Formula 1 boss Zak Brown says that Sebastian Vettel was not considered as a possible 2021 driver for the team because Daniel Ricciardo was already the prime candidate to replace Carlos Sainz.

Silverstone reaches deal to host two F1 races

Silverstone had reached an agreement with Formula 1 to host two behind-closed-doors grands prix this summer.