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Motorsport Games partners with Veloce Esports to deliver #NotTheGP

Motorsport Games is to combine its broadcast and event management expertise with Jean Eric Vergne and the talent from Veloce Esports operation.

De la Rosa knew Hamilton would be a "problem" after two runs

Lewis Hamilton took just two runs of his debut Formula 1 test at Silverstone to show his rivals he was going to be a "massive problem", former teammate Pedro de la Rosa has revealed.

UK-based F1 teams helping address ventilator shortage

Formula 1 is working in collaboration with the UK government and other organisations to co-ordinate an effort by all seven UK-based teams to help address a shortage of respiratory equipment amid the coronavirus crisis.

The Monaco GPs missing from the history books

The Monaco GP is such a fixture in the calendar it still seems inconceivable that the 2020 Formula 1 season will be run with it, assuming that some races do eventually get under way.

F1 launches Esports series featuring current drivers

Formula 1 is to run a series of Esports Virtual Grands Prix this year, featuring a number of the current drivers, in a bid to entertain fans while real racing has stopped.

Opinion: How Ecclestone might have handled the Australian GP

Formula 1 found itself on the receiving end of a barrage of criticism last weekend when it was forced to cancel the Australian Grand Prix because of the coronavirus outbreak.

Dutch GP might not run in 2020, admits race chief

Dutch Grand Prix boss Jan Lammers has admitted that the returning Formula 1 race at the revamped Zandvoort circuit may have to be called off in 2020 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

F1 teams won’t have to agree calendar changes, says Carey

Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey says that he is “fully committed to launching a 2020 season as soon as possible” – and confirmed that the teams won’t have to formally approve any changes as attempts are made to fit postponed races into the schedule.

When the season starts, how will F1’s midfield stack up?
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When the season starts, how will F1’s midfield stack up?

The 2020 Formula 1 season may be delayed for some time owing to the coronavirus outbreak, but pre-season testing at Barcelona offered us insight into how it may play out.

2020 Monaco GP cancelled, not postponed

The Monaco Grand Prix organisers have revealed that their Formula 1 event is officially cancelled for 2020, and not just postponed.

F1 agrees to delay 2021 technical regulations

Formula 1 has agreed to postpone the introduction of the planned 2021 technical regulations until 2022.

Dutch, Spanish and Monaco GPs postponed due to coronavirus

Formula 1 has postponed the Dutch, Spanish and Monaco Grands Prix because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Renault F1 staff told to work from home ahead of shutdown

Renault has told its Formula 1 employees to work from home ahead of the official shutdown, if it's possible for them to do so.

Ferrari will support move to delay 2021 F1 rules package

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says his team is ready to back a move to delay Formula 1's 2021 rules package for a year, insisting now is not the time to be "selfish".

Work continues on Monaco F1 track despite restrictions

The Monaco government is allowing construction work on part of the Formula 1 circuit to continue amid a ban that comes into force this week as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ferrari confirms F1 shutdown from Thursday

Ferrari has confirmed that it will shut down its Formula 1 operations from Thursday, in line with the FIA’s decision to move forward the summer break from July and August to March and April and extending it from 14 to 21 days.

F1 approves summer shutdown change for 2020

Formula 1 has agreed to bring forward the summer shutdown in a bid to help free up the August break in case racing can resume.

Gallery: All of Hamilton's F1 race wins

On this day in 2007, Lewis Hamilton made his Formula 1 debut as a fresh-faced 22-year-old. Thirteen years on, he is inching closer to one of Michael Schumacher's long-standing records of grand prix wins, with 84 victories in 250 race starts.

McLaren F1 staff members test negative for coronavirus

McLaren has revealed that the seven race team personnel who were given coronavirus tests while in quarantine in Australia have been given the all-clear.

F1 teams push to postpone 2021 rules package

Formula 1 teams are pushing to keep the 2020 regulations frozen for next season and postpone the scheduled major rule changes to 2022 due to the coronavirus crisis.

The other sagas from F1's trip to Melbourne Prime

The other sagas from F1's trip to Melbourne

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

Russian GP promoter Vorobyev steps down

Formula 1's youngest race promoter, the Russian Grand Prix's Sergey Vorobyev, has left his position.

How Mercedes made DAS the perfect front-end fit

Mercedes’ controversial Dual-Axis Steering device was likely to be the big story of the Australian Grand Prix, until the coronavirus pandemic became the only narrative in town. Now that the dust has settled on the non-start to the 2020 Formula 1 season, let’s take a detailed look at how this innovative system is installed in the W11 chassis.

The "completely mad" nose job that transformed F1 design Prime
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The "completely mad" nose job that transformed F1 design

When Ferrari expats Harvey Postlethwaite and Jean-Claude Migeot landed at Tyrrell in 1989, they devised a stepped-nose that would become commonplace in F1 for the next three decades. This is the story of that car, the Tyrrell 019