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With Zandvoort chiefs planning to withhold track data from F1 teams in order to make the racing more unpredictable, Jonathan Noble argues more circuits should be paying attention to the Dutch venue
Red Bull will not consider bringing former juniors like Jean-Eric Vergne back into its Formula 1 fold in the future, motorsport advisor Helmut Marko says.
Ferrari may have caught up - in qualifying at least - but a Mercedes power unit remains the one to have if you want to win races and championships judging by the results of the 2019 Formula 1 season. Stuart Codling gets an exclusive look behind the scenes at Brixworth, the power behind Lewis Hamilton's thrones...
Renault says that its high ambitions for 2021 must not be used as an excuse for the team to have a poor campaign this year.
One of Formula 1’s most successful cars, the Williams FW14B, was by far the most advanced car of its time, which allowed Nigel Mansell to dominate the 1992 season.
Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko says that a 'good increase' of power from Honda means the pressure is on the team to deliver a strong chassis from the start of the 2020 Formula 1 season if it wants to fight for the championship.
Formula 1 will auction off a number of 'money can't buy experiences' to raise money for those affected by the devastating fires in Australia.
Miami GP organisers have released a map of the latest version of the proposed circuit around the Hard Rock Stadium – and which now avoids the use of public roads.
Racing Point team boss Otmar Szafnauer says it will still take time for the outfit to make good gains in Formula 1, despite the luxury of having rich team owner Lawrence Stroll.
Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko says he has no regrets about letting Carlos Sainz part ways with the energy drink giant, as he does not rate Sainz as highly as Max Verstappen.
Pierre Gasly felt he was in a Hollywood movie at times last year as he experienced an incredible season of highs and lows in Formula 1.
FIA President Jean Todt says people who work in Formula 1 should not complain about the calendar expanding in future, and instead acknowledge how fortunate they are to be involved in the sport.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says it will be fascinating to see how long Lewis Hamilton can hold out against the "wave" of emerging young talent spearheaded by Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc.
Williams says that development driver Dan Ticktum is one of the best it has ever seen in its simulator, with the team confident it can harness the British youngster’s full potential.