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Mercedes says its return to form at the Spanish Grand Prix has renewed belief that it can still join the fight for the Formula 1 championship this year.
Lewis Hamilton’s recovery from near the back of the Spanish Grand Prix field to finish fifth in Barcelona left his Mercedes team hugely encouraged. But did he have the pace to actually win the race without his lap one contact with Kevin Magnussen?
Max Verstappen may have taken victory in Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix, but it wasn't without drama, most especially with his DRS.
Ferrari has concluded that Charles Leclerc’s retirement from Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix was triggered by a failure of his turbo and MGU-H.
Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says retiring from the lead in Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix somehow left him feeling better than when he lost fewer points to Max Verstappen in Imola and Miami.
Ferrari says the power unit failure that put Charles Leclerc out of Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix came out of the blue, with no prior warning of problems.
Sergio Perez wants to talk to Red Bull chiefs about their team orders calls in the Formula 1 Spanish Grand Prix, after being told to not fight teammate Max Verstappen.
Sebastian Vettel remains adamant that Aston Martin has done the right thing with its change of car concept, despite its Q1 exit at Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc thinks his pole position for Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix will count for little if his Ferrari team does not get on top of its recent tyre degradation struggles.
Aston Martin has denied suggestions that it got hold of illegal Red Bull data to help it with its Spanish Grand Prix Formula 1 upgrades.
Christian Horner believes it is “no coincidence” that Aston Martin’s Formula 1 car updates have led to a similar design concept since the team has signed Red Bull staff members.
Lewis Hamilton feels Mercedes is on its way to get back to the front of Formula 1, after upgrades in Spain helped it dial out much of its porpoising problems.
Aston Martin's revealing of a Red Bull copy has been the biggest talking point of Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix weekend so far.
McLaren had been coy about the scale of its upgrades for Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix, but the scope of its overhaul has become clear in official FIA documents.
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has insisted that a recent move that held up plans for extra Formula 1 sprint races in 2023 was not about money.
Honda is to become the official title sponsor of this year’s Japanese Grand Prix, despite it pulling out of Formula 1 at the end of last season.
Miami’s fake marina, its Hard Rock Beach Club, the celeb fest and massive hype created a buzz around a new Formula 1 race that we had not seen for years.
Baku is to make modifications to its pitlane entry for next month's race, in the wake of intense debate about the safety of the configuration at last year's Formula 1 event.
Formula 1 world championship leader Charles Leclerc grabbed the headlines last weekend when he crashed a Ferrari 312B3 at the Monaco Historic GP.
Alpine wants to wait until around the time of the British Grand Prix to decide on the Formula 1 futures of Fernando Alonso and Oscar Piastri.
Mercedes heads to this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix hoping to finally get an answer about whether or not its 'zero-pod' design has a future.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says that this year’s Formula 1 title battle with Ferrari is taking place with much less needle than there was against Mercedes in 2021.
Ferrari says it is chasing answers as to why the low-speed advantage it has had all season was wiped away at Formula 1's Miami Grand Prix.
Ferrari’s lockdown of the Monza circuit in Italy on Friday for a top-secret filming day has fuelled intrigue about its upgrade push for Formula 1’s Spanish Grand Prix.
Red Bull has played down suggestions it could be on the back foot by having burned through more of its Formula 1 development budget than rival Ferrari.
Alpine plans to ask the FIA to improve the guidance race control gives to Formula 1 teams, following what it feels was a "wholly unjust" penalty for Fernando Alonso in Miami.
Lando Norris hopes the FIA learns from the decision not to install a Tecpro barrier at Turn 13 in Miami after two big incidents left drivers struggling with knocks.
As Formula 1 teams have settled down in understanding the new generation of cars and the way they need to maximise their performance, fresh lessons have emerged. Jonathan Noble investigates how they have brought with them an all-new kind of grand prix racing
Ferrari believes its deficit to Red Bull is only around 0.2 seconds per lap, as it sets about closing the gap to its Formula 1 rival.
The Miami Grand Prix boss says a first-year operating loss on the Formula 1 event has not stopped him being convinced the race will succeed in the long term.
Red Bull has revealed that Sergio Perez came "very close" to retiring from Formula 1’s Miami Grand Prix as a result of the engine sensor issue that slowed his car.
While Formula 1 drivers generally liked the layout of the new Miami Formula 1 circuit - apart from the chicane - it was the track surface that became the biggest bone of contention over the weekend.
Lewis Hamilton says that being asked to decide on Formula 1 strategy sometimes “feels like you’re gambling” after an “unfortunate” situation when the safety car came out in Miami.
Mercedes has not ruled out abandoning its ‘zero-pod’ concept as it faces a crunch decision on the future of its Formula 1 car after the Spanish Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen has called on his Red Bull team to iron out its operational issues after winning the Miami Grand Prix despite several problems across the weekend.
Ferrari has explained why it let Red Bull "off the hook" by not pitting for fresh tyres when the safety car came out in Formula 1's Miami Grand Prix.
Ferrari believes that the faster Red Bull team will not be able to maintain spending on the aggressive upgrade push that has pulled it ahead in Formula 1.
Charles Leclerc hopes upgrades can help Ferrari make a step up at the next Formula 1 race in Spain following defeat to Max Verstappen in the Miami Grand Prix.
Miami Formula 1 chiefs have vowed to make whatever changes are needed at their track for next year to ensure the race is a success.
Mercedes thinks the Miami Grand Prix weekend has offered a glimpse that the ‘zeropod’ concept can allow it to join the fight at the front of Formula 1 this year.
McLaren has called for "full transparency" from the FIA regarding the details of Ferrari's floor swap at the recent Imola Formula 1 tyre test, amid ongoing intrigue about the matter.
Formula 1 drivers have been told that watches will be added to the sport’s jewellery ban, with fines for contravention of the rules potentially as high as $265,000.
Lewis Hamilton says the Miami Formula 1 circuit’s tight uphill chicane reminds him of driving karts around B&Q car parks as a kid.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown has ruled out a sale of the Formula 1 team to Audi, despite the German manufacturer’s interest in a potential takeover.
Ferrari has been given the all-clear by the FIA over it running different floors at last week's Imola Formula 1 tyre test.
The FIA is seeking clarity from Ferrari about the specification of Formula 1 car parts it ran at the recent Imola tyre test, following legality questions from rival teams.
Miami’s fake marina has been one of the biggest talking points in the build-up to this weekend’s inaugural Formula 1 race around the Hard Rock Stadium.
Mercedes says it is still in ‘trial and error’ mode with its Formula 1 car updates, as it continues trying to find a cure for its porpoising problems.
Mercedes’ new art rear wing design that will run at Formula 1’s Miami Grand Prix as part of an NFT auction for charity has appeared in public for the first time.
Spectacular new Formula 1 events like Miami should not be viewed as a threat to other iconic races like Monaco, reckons McLaren CEO Zak Brown.
Haas technical director Simone Resta says he pays no attention to unease rivals have about his Formula 1 car, as he is only interested in making it faster.
The social media buzz around Formula 1’s inaugural Miami Grand Prix has been dominated by jokes, debate and memes around one topic: the fake marina.
After decades where many questioned whether or not Formula 1 would ever make it big in the United States, confirmation it has done so will come in Miami this weekend.