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Mercedes’ first Formula 1 2020 pre-season test may have looked like it ran like clockwork, but it has emerged that the German car manufacturer did have some reliability concerns after being forced to change an engine.
Mercedes’ DAS system may have been given the all-clear by the FIA on the technical rules front, but it could yet be challenged as a breach of Formula 1’s parc ferme regulations.
Daniel Ricciardo says he feels back to his best in testing with Renault now, after admitting he had to hold back his true feelings last year to avoid creating 'chaos' for the engineers.
Sergio Perez hopes that his "pink Mercedes" Racing Point car is as fast as the real thing when the Formula 1 season begins.
Formula 1's second day of pre-season testing has been dominated by intrigue surrounding the Mercedes 'Dual Axis Steering' (DAS) system.
Mercedes's new Formula 1 car is at the centre of intrigue, after a curious new 'steering mode' was spotted from onboard footage of Lewis Hamilton's car.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner says Formula 1 must make sure there is zero risk involved in travelling to China before it gives the green light to finding a slot for its grand prix later in the year.
George Russell thinks rookie teammate Nicholas Latifi is underrated and will be a tougher teammate to beat than many people expect.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner says past critics like Racing Point should ‘think before it talks’, as its rival found itself at the centre of its own copycat intrigue on the opening day of F1 testing.
Being the first car out of the pits at the start of testing won't win George Russell and Williams any prizes come the end of the F1 season, but it was nevertheless a significant moment in making up for the team's shambolic start to 2019
A two-day Chinese Grand Prix – slotted between the Brazilian and Abu Dhabi Grands Prix in November – has emerged as one option to get the event back on the calendar this year, Motorsport.com has learned.
Formula 1 chiefs says government plans to ban the sales of new hybrid cars within the next 15 years are "crude" - as they insist the sport can be a catalyst for a revolution in environmentally-friendly engine technology.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner was one of the stars of Netflix's first Drive to Survive series thanks to his rawness. As Jonathan Noble explains, things will only get more intense when the second series is released later this month...
Renault technical director Pat Fry says the challenge of turning around fortunes at the French car manufacturer is very different to what he faced at McLaren, because there is not sot much "low-hanging fruit".