The son of two-time F1 world champion and Indy 500 winner Emerson Fittipaldi – Little Emmo – talks about his recent karting crash that broke and dislocated a finger on his right hand.
The Williams Formula 1 team must outdevelop its rivals at “double or triple the rate” to make up for its current disadvantage, George Russell believes.
Heading into the Azerbaijan Grand Prix in Baku, there are already strong battles breaking out among the Formula 1 field - giving our regular video show ‘Teammate Wars’ plenty to examine.
Carlos Sainz says McLaren's incoming managing director Andreas Seidl has made a "very good" first impression and is "impatient" to start working at the Formula 1 team.
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Gerhard Berger says that Lewis Hamilton is the only Formula 1 driver he has seen who he would rank on the same level as his former McLaren teammate Ayrton Senna.
Ferrari is bringing “a few updates” to the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, marking the first development of its 2019 Formula 1 car as it bids to close the gap to Mercedes.
Michael Schumacher's former manager Willi Weber believes the seven-time world champion would have returned to Formula 1 in a management role with son Mick, were it not for his 2013 skiing accident.
The depth and breadth of the illustrative archive of Giorgio Piola really knows no bounds, with the legendary Formula 1 illustrator having captured 50 years of the sport’s technical endeavors. Join us as we continue to take a look at some of his favourite cars and this time venture into the excess and decadence of the 1980s – this time, the Brabham BT52.
Stefan Johansson, former Ferrari and McLaren Formula 1 driver, has done a lot of thinking – and writing – to come up a with a template for a radically revised version of the sport he loves. Here is the first of a four-part series on what needs to change and why.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner says he is already preparing himself for "disappointment" in Baku, with the track’s characteristics worse for his car than recent venues.
As the FIA continues to refine its vision of the 2019 aero regulations, three Formula 1 teams have been forced to alter their front wing designs.
The Autodromo di Monza is fast approaching its centenary. Within the Formula 1 era, bar 1980 when the race moved to Imola, Monza has been a staple of the F1 calendar. Motorsport Live explains why you should put the Italian Grand Prix on your go-to list.
Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto says the way that Mick Schumacher approaches his job reminds him of the young driver’s father Michael.
Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari faces a vital few weeks in which it must establish how to develop its car over the middle part of the 2019 Formula 1 season.
George Russell says it is understandable under-pressure Red Bull juniors drive at “120 percent” given the programme's "cut-throat" history, but believes fellow Formula 1 rookie Alex Albon can thrive this year.
Ferrari must ensure its Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto is not overwhelmed by his responsibilities and consider recruiting a secondary figure to help deal with politics, says Gerhard Berger.
McLaren Formula 1 sporting director Gil de Ferran says his team is under no illusion about the "long road" to recovery it still faces, despite the progress it has made with its car this year.
Ferrari hopes Alfa Romeo will switch to new control electronics as soon as possible following the failures that have hit Charles Leclerc and Antonio Giovinazzi in successive Formula 1 races.
Racing Point Formula 1 team technical director Andrew Green says that the Silverstone outfit has "to be patient" as it awaits the first big upgrade package of 2019 in Barcelona.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says it is wrong to suggest he is "suspicious" about what Ferrari is up to with fuel.
F1's proposal to add a fourth part of qualifying hasn't received universal approval. But while some are wary of a repeat of the disastrous, short-lived elimination format of 2016, the plan isn't a knee-jerk reaction, but instead one based on solid research.
Former Ferrari Formula 1 driver Gerhard Berger believes that the Maranello team has "got it wrong" with calls favouring Sebastian Vettel over Charles Leclerc in the early races of the 2019 season.
Pierre Gasly’s efforts to show more speed at Red Bull are being hindered by his style not totally suiting the team’s 2019 Formula 1 car, says team boss Christian Horner.
Kimi Raikkonen thinks Alfa Romeo can deliver much more this season if it tidies up its execution of race weekends.
F1's relationship with customer cars has been contradictory through history, and the development of the current form of B-teams has led to scorn inside and outside the paddock. But a glance at MotoGP shows how they can key to F1's future
Ferrari chief Mattia Binotto has admitted it was "difficult" to order Charles Leclerc to move aside for his Formula 1 teammate Sebastian Vettel during the Chinese Grand Prix.
Chain Bear's latest video looks at an unexpected impact the rule changes for 2019 have caused in Formula 1.
Nico Hulkenberg says that his Renault Formula 1 team has to find fixes soon after he suffered a second consecutive retirement with an MGU-K issue in the Chinese GP.
Haas believes its 2019 Formula 1 car has a fundamental problem in not getting its tyres working properly at tracks where there are long straights and low-energy corners.