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Ferrari fans excited by the potential of new blood arriving in 2021 should remember that the team's wait for a first Formula 1 title since 2008 goes on. And there's one key non-driver reason behind this long drought
Sergio Perez has revealed that the financial problems at the former Force India squad were evident on the first day he visited its factory before the 2014 Formula 1 season.
Following Sebastian Vettel's departure from Ferrari, F1 faced a flurry of signings this week. Just as the game of musical chairs has its winners, it must also have its losers - and Daniel Ricciardo's departure leaves Renault with a big hole to fill in 2021...
On Formula 1's 70th birthday, it is a time to reflect on how far it has come in terms of sport, speed and technology while casting an eye on what the future holds.
Racing Point technical director Andrew Green feels a lack of egos allowed his team to abandon its long-held aerodynamic concept and adopt its 2020 Formula 1 car's Mercedes-inspired approach.
Talk of customer cars in Formula 1 has returned as it assesses its essential nature and plans for the future, but going down that road would be the wrong route
Racing Point technical director Andrew Green expects the cars used in Formula 1's 2021 season will look "slightly different", despite the 2020 designs being redeployed as a coronavirus cost-saving measure.
Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer says Formula 1's reduced cost cap has the potential to be performance "leveller".
OPINION: The FIA has warned that the major motorsport championships must not get engaged in 'turf wars' when it comes to the urgent need to re-organising the 2020 calendars, but there are tedious past problems that must be addressed to satisfy all.
Two years ago, the Force India financial saga was in its final chapter. The team has since been re-born as Racing Point, which will be re-branded as Aston Martin in 2021. Here's the full story of its controversial but fast new car, and its big future aims
Racing Point technical director Andrew Green has revealed the FIA visited the team's Formula 1 factory to check its RP20 car against Mercedes' designs and was satisfied with the results.
Like so many industries, motorsport is currently caught in a crisis. But there are positive signs from the business world that Formula 1 must not ignore as critical talks over the championship's future continue
The likelihood of non-championship grand prix returning in the near future is perhaps even less now that every event Formula 1 can hold is crucial to ensuring the survival of its teams, but that doesn't mean the idea should be rejected altogether.
In the latest feature in our series of classic races picked out by Motorsport.com journalists, we look back on the 2012 European Grand Prix. A race that had it all - fine judgement, poor judgement, crashes, emotion and a unique podium
Lando Norris has explained the rationale behind McLaren’s coronavirus pandemic cost-saving steps, saying it is about the Formula 1 team and its sister divisions returning “as normally as possible”.
McLaren driver Lando Norris reckons the responses to the coronavirus pandemic from Formula 1 and the FIA regarding team operations has created a “level playing field” on car development.
Motorsport's absence is being keenly felt by many fans. As with any crisis fixes can be made, so Formula 1 in particular must hope FIA president Jean Todt is wrong on one prediction, and see the alternative as an opportunity to improve
McLaren's Lando Norris says he will not "try and be someone I'm not" when Formula 1 racing resumes, after saying he was at times "too jokey" in his rookie season.
Formula 1's rules reset has been delayed on cost grounds stemming from the coronavirus pandemic. Here's a list of experiments taken from ideas used in other categories that just might be worth considering implementing in grand prix racing.
Lando Norris feels he has gained “respect” after completing his first Formula 1 season, and that this has led to McLaren listening to and relying more to his feedback.
As the world faces the economic as well as health implications of the coronavirus pandemic, Formula 1 must change if it's to overcome the financial challenges ahead