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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
Lando Norris says the idea of reversing Silverstone to add more events to the shortened 2020 Formula 1 calendar is a “great opportunity”, even if the alternate layout looks “tricky”.
The idea of reversing Silverstone to add events to the delayed and shortened 2020 Formula 1 calendar gained traction this week after comments from the circuit's boss. So Motorsport.com took a look to see at which circuits this might just be possible
Although the Lewis Hamilton versus Sebastian Vettel rivalry has given us plenty of entertainment in recent years, Formula 1 hasn't had a true title decider since Nico Rosberg's departure at the end of 2016. It's been a whole decade since more than two teams took the fight down to the wire, so 2020 - if it ever gets underway - has a lot to live up to
Flavio Briatore caused a minor stir with his comments that Ferrari should have ditched Kimi Raikkonen in favour of Charles Leclerc for 2018. But there was more to the situation that risked destabilising a young rookie driver
The collective of seven UK-based Formula 1 teams working to assist the British government in combatting the coronavirus crisis will pool its resources and work united as 'Project Pitlane'.
The McLaren Formula 1 team staff that had been quarantined in Melbourne due to coronavirus concerns since the aborted 2020 Australian Grand Prix will return to the UK this week.
The many storylines that were expected to play out during the course of the Australian GP weekend were utterly overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic that forced the event's cancellation. It will now be some time before these hot potatoes can be picked up again and the outcomes decided
Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey has rebuffed Lewis Hamilton's quip that the championship travelling to the now-cancelled Australian Grand Prix during the developing coronavirus crisis was because "cash is king".
The cancelled 2020 Australian Grand Prix will surely go down as one of F1's most farcical episodes. With the dust yet to settle, big questions now arise over the Australia weekend and what F1 does next
Despite its defiance in the face of the COVID-19 outbreak, reality has hit at the heart of the F1 paddock. McLaren has withdrawn from the Australian Grand Prix after a team member was diagnosed with the virus, and now questions are being posed as to what happens next - and whether this should have even happened in the first place
Sergio Perez expects the top three Formula 1 teams to remain "quite a bit ahead" of Racing Point, despite pre-season testing speculation suggesting its 2020 car could trouble Ferrari.
After a promising 2019 Formula 1 season fell short for Ferrari, the team intended to challenge for honours in 2020 - but instead, the new SF1000 doesn't look like a title contender. If that's true, both Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc will have to dig deep to recover
Red Bull's Alex Albon says the 2020 Formula 1 season opener will feel "different" as emergency measures are introduced at the Australian Grand Prix because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Netflix's hit show Drive to Survive has engaged a new audience with its unfettered access to the Formula 1 paddock in recent years - much to the annoyance of big broadcasters. But the interest it has gathered can only be of benefit, and may even change viewing habits to accomodate this new fanbase
Alfa Romeo Formula 1 reserve driver Robert Kubica set the fastest time on the opening morning of the second 2020 pre-season test at Barcelona, with Pierre Gasly second for AlphaTauri.
Daniel Ricciardo's first season at Renault in 2019 offered plenty of promise, but ultimately no podiums. Now established as the Formula 1 team's lead driver, he needs that statistic to change in 2020 to keep his long-term options open
Red Bull driver Alex Albon reckons rival Formula 1 teams would have discovered Mercedes' "sneaky" DAS steering development, even if it had not been picked up on pre-season TV footage.
George Russell feels there is “no way” Williams will be as far off the pace of is its 2020 Formula 1 rivals as it was last year.