News and Analysis
Matt DiBenedetto says he is going to “turn heads all season long” following his switch to the Wood Brothers team after a breakthrough 2019 NASCAR Cup season.
Ott Tanak says he has “learned a very good lesson” and needs to “focus more than ever” on Rally Sweden, after crashing out of his Hyundai World Rally Championship debut.
Luca Ghiotto will not leave the Formula 2 Championship next season and will join the new Hitech Grand Prix team alongside Nikita Mazepin for the 2020 season.
The Renault Formula 1 team’s junior drivers have been placed, as top F2 rookie Guan Yu Zhou returns to Virtuosi Racing and Christian Lundgaard graduates within ART Grand Prix.
Runaway French F4 champion Hadrien David has been signed to a Renault Formula 1 junior deal for 2020.
Ferrari has signed Charles Leclerc’s brother Arthur to its Formula 1 junior programme, and the 18-year-old will join Prema Powerteam in the Formula Regional European Championship.
Lando Norris says he has a "strong list" of areas to improve on ahead of his second Formula 1 season with McLaren in 2020.
Inaugural Formula Regional European champion Frederik Vesti will step up to the FIA Formula 3 Championship with Prema Racing in 2020.
McLaren Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz has explained why his “Smooth Operator” messages from the 1984 song by Sade became a recurring joke in 2019.
Renault Formula 1 junior Guanyu Zhou says winning the inaugural Anthoine Hubert Award for the Formula 2 rookie of the year was “emotional” and “incredible”.
Ferrari junior Mick Schumacher believes he can get a "head start" for Formula 1 by staying in Formula 2 for another season, after being passed up for a 2020 F1 promotion.
Jean Todt says the FIA is discussing the introduction of a Formula 1-style superlicence points system for junior single-seater championships.
McLaren Formula 1 junior Sergio Sette Camara delivered one of the comeback drives of the year to win the last feature race of the 2019 F2 season in Abu Dhabi.
Amna Al Qubaisi won the F4 race in support of Formula 1 on Saturday in Abu Dhabi, and is hoping the breakthrough performance will be enough to secure a return to race in Europe.
McLaren Formula 1 junior Sergio Sette Camara scored pole position at Abu Dhabi, as a number of his Formula 2 rivals were robbed of improvements by a late yellow flag.
Williams has announced Nicholas Latifi will take its final seat for 2020, and in the process completed the grid for next year. But while he doesn't have a mindblowing junior record, there is more to Latifi than some observers may think
Ferrari has decided the placing of its Formula 2 juniors, with Mick Schumacher and FIA F3 champion Robert Shwartzman at Prema Racing and Marcus Armstrong at ART Grand Prix.
Dan Ticktum says he has had interest from multiple Formula 1 teams about joining a junior programme, and that he would consider quitting motorsport if F1 isn’t possible.
Renault junior driver Christian Lundgaard will replace Ralph Boschung at Trident for the Formula 2 finale in Abu Dhabi, graduating from his ART Grand Prix FIA F3 seat.
The Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix has been cancelled after two crashes caused red flags while Peter Hickman was leading.
Trevor Carlin says his team’s “amazing” rapid repairs of Dan Ticktum’s car at Macau should have taken seven hours, keeping hopes of a Grand Prix hat-trick for the driver alive.
Sophia Floersch says the “right thing” has been done in the changes made to the Lisboa corner at Macau, where she crashed spectacularly in Formula 3 last year.
Penske Entertainment has purchased the NTT IndyCar Series and the Indianapolis Motor Speedway among other assets from the previous owners, Hulman & Company.
Mads Ostberg says Citroen has called off his planned World Rally Car outing on Rally Australia, as it was dependent on Sebastien Ogier retaining a shot at the 2019 title.
Toto Wolff says Marcus Dudley did a "phenomenal" job replacing Peter Bonnington as Lewis Hamilton's Formula 1 race engineer in Mexico, while Hamilton said the team reduced any "disadvantage".
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel says the mirrors on Formula 1 cars leave drivers "guessing", after he and Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton almost clashed on the opening lap in Mexico.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel race differently against Red Bull driver Max Verstappen in Formula 1, with Hamilton saying that crashes are likely if you don’t “leave extra space” for the Dutchman.