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Austrian GP: Hamilton leads Bottas again in FP2

Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in Austrian Grand Prix second practice ahead of his teammate Valtteri Bottas, leading a second consecutive Mercedes 1-2 to start Formula 1's 2020 season.

How "rookie-friendly" Red Bull Ring helped save F1 2020 Prime

How "rookie-friendly" Red Bull Ring helped save F1 2020

The Red Bull Ring is noted for its relatively simple layout, which will come as a boost to the sole rookie driver on the 2020 Formula 1 grid. But it has other benefits that were crucial to getting the season going against the tragic backdrop of COVID-19.

Austrian GP: Hamilton leads Mercedes 1-2 as season starts

Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas topped the times in first practice for the Austrian Grand Prix, as the on-track action for Formula 1's 2020 season finally got underway.

The ticking clock behind Williams's potential team sale Prime

The ticking clock behind Williams's potential team sale

After managing just one point in 2019, Williams heads into the new season without a title sponsor and seeking new investment to keep it on the Formula 1 grid. The cost-cap rules will aid its cause, but there's one factor to bear in mind before that point

Perez has "no doubt" Aston can challenge top F1 teams

Racing Point’s Sergio Perez has “no doubt” the soon-to-be rebranded Aston Martin team can challenge Formula 1’s leading squads in the future thanks to the championship’s new cost cap rules.

Hamilton confident of Mercedes reliability fixes for Austria

Lewis Hamilton reckons design tweaks on Mercedes' 2020 Formula 1 car will help the team avoid the reliability dramas that have hampered its recent form at the Austrian Grand Prix.

Questions over DAS and Racing Point set to erupt in Austria

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner is expecting the 2020 Formula 1 pre-season controversies – including Mercedes’ DAS system and Racing Point’s Mercedes-inspired design – to reignite at the Austrian Grand Prix.

Is Red Bull F1's only hope of a Mercedes challenge in 2020? Prime

Is Red Bull F1's only hope of a Mercedes challenge in 2020?

Although hopes of Formula 1 experimenting with a reversed grid in the second of the two Austrian grands prix have fallen by the wayside, keeping things the same will still provide an indication of what to expect in future double-headers

F1 facing "smash and grab" season, says Horner

Red Bull’s Christian Horner says Formula 1 is facing a “smash-and-grab” 2020 season due to the uncertainties of the coronavirus pandemic, which will increase the importance of limited car upgrades.

Social distancing to impact positioning of F1 marshals

Formula 1 marshals will be placed in different locations in the opening races of the season compared to previous events as a result of coronavirus social distancing measures.

Red Bull "best prepared" for new F1 season since 2013

Christian Horner says Red Bull is emerging from the coronavirus lockdowns and starting the 2020 Formula 1 campaign “the best we've been prepared” since 2013, the team’s most-recent title-winning season.

The top-down change to help address racism in F1's society

Mercedes has revealed it will run a black livery for the 2020 Formula 1 season as a show of support for the Black Lives Matter push for racial equality. In doing so, it is taking Lewis Hamilton's desire for change to the "top" in more ways than one

How F1's marshals will work through COVID-19 safety measures Prime

How F1's marshals will work through COVID-19 safety measures

Formula 1 grand prix track action is set to take place for the first time in seven months one week from today. But certain specific track safety measures have had to be adapted and altered to allow racing's return while keeping event personnel safe

Why F1's new initiative on racism must follow Hamilton's lead

Formula 1's 'We Race as One' announcement contained a key pledge about the initiative's long-term aims. It's one that must be continually revisited to realise the ambitions of stands such as Lewis Hamilton's to fix racial inequality

Hill: Shortened F1 season will lead to "flat-out" title fight

Damon Hill expects the 2020 Formula 1 season to have a “flat-out” nature, with the shortened calendar possibly meaning drivers cannot settle for lesser results when considering a title challenge.

Why the necessary axing of an F1 icon is painful nevertheless Prime

Why the necessary axing of an F1 icon is painful nevertheless

When Formula 1 action returns in Austria next month, the pre- and post-race spectacle is going to look very different. Such changes are completely correct in these upsetting times, but we can still look forward to joyful scenes returning one day.

How Hamilton is using his power to drive change Prime

How Hamilton is using his power to drive change

Lewis Hamilton's willingness to speak his mind has long been a credit to his character. In response to his calls for racial equality - and the part he is playing in the Black Lives Matter movement - his leadership deserves our full support at and away from Formula 1 races

Coulthard "concerned" about new F1 rules handicapping success

David Coulthard says he is "a little bit concerned about anything that handicaps success" regarding Formula 1's new rules, warning that it cannot risk losing its position as motorsport's "pinnacle".

Can new rules save F1 as we know it? Prime

Can new rules save F1 as we know it?

A big week of off-track news means Formula 1 will hopefully become dramatically, and positively, different. But what can't yet be known is whether all the current marques will be a part of that future due to damage already done

Why F1 would be poorer without Vettel Prime

Why F1 would be poorer without Vettel

Sebastian Vettel's upcoming split from Ferrari appears to leave him a choice between staying in Formula 1 with lesser machinery or leaving. While the latter decision would be understandable, the championship would be weaker as a result

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Leclerc completes Monaco run for remake of film

Ferrari Formula 1 star Charles Leclerc has completed his filming run for the remake of the controversial short movie 'C'etait un rendez-vous', by lapping the Monaco Grand Prix circuit on Sunday.

Why Leclerc/Sainz line-up won't solve Ferrari's biggest problem Prime

Why Leclerc/Sainz line-up won't solve Ferrari's biggest problem

Ferrari fans excited by the potential of new blood arriving in 2021 should remember that the team's wait for a first Formula 1 title since 2008 goes on. And there's one key non-driver reason behind this long drought

Perez: Force India money woes "evident on day one"

Sergio Perez has revealed that the financial problems at the former Force India squad were evident on the first day he visited its factory before the 2014 Formula 1 season.

The biggest loser in Vettel's Ferrari divorce Prime

The biggest loser in Vettel's Ferrari divorce

Following Sebastian Vettel's departure from Ferrari, F1 faced a flurry of signings this week. Just as the game of musical chairs has its winners, it must also have its losers - and Daniel Ricciardo's departure leaves Renault with a big hole to fill in 2021...