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Max Verstappen thinks both Red Bull’s Formula 1 title hopes and his own future with the team rest on a strong start to 2020.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has dropped the firmest hint yet that he will stay on in his current role, despite ongoing speculation linking him to a position running F1 from 2021.
The late Niki Lauda was honoured with the Personality of the Year Award at the end-of-season FIA Prize Gala in Paris on Friday night.
Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton says his rivals want to join Mercedes and that a top-line driver is among those calling team boss Toto Wolff about a move.
Racing Point Formula 1 team technical director Andrew Green believes that 2021 cars will be “nasty pieces of work to drive” due to the airflow off the front wing making them unpredictable.
Daniel Ricciardo says his rallying message of support to Renault on the cool-down lap of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was prompted because he is genuinely convinced the team can make a big step forward in 2020.
Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team principal Christian Horner says that the outfit’s first season with Honda power in 2019 has been “beyond expectations.”
All three Formula 1 rookies had impressive years in 2019, but arguably the most impressive was Lando Norris, who harboured doubts he would be good enough this year before going on to impress all at McLaren
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.
The opening part of last weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix featured a long segment where DRS did not work. For a time, it completely changed the face of the race, but it also exposed an uncomfortable truth for some Formula 1 fans
A physical chequered flag, not an electronic panel, will be the definitive signal for the end of Formula 1 races again in the future.
Formula 1 teams will not be allowed to hide their cars from fans and rival teams during winter testing, following a rule change agreed by the FIA.
George Russell made the most of his latest Mercedes opportunity by topping the final day of Formula 1 post-season in Abu Dhabi, as Charles Leclerc crashed his Ferrari.