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Red Bull boss Christian Horner says his team has nothing to fear about the arrival of a cost cap in Formula 1 – even though it will likely hurt the top outfits more.
Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas will return to Formula 1 action next week when Mercedes undertakes a two-day test at Silverstone.
It appears as though Formula 1's proposal to introduce reversed-grid qualifying races will fall by the wayside for the time being. But, despite Mercedes' resistance, F1 owner Liberty Media is still keen to experiment with new formats.
Mercedes Formula 1 team principal Toto Wolff has laughed off rumours of a rift with Daimler chief Ola Kallenius, as he reiterated his intention to remain at the world champion outfit.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has explained the reasons why his team blocked a move to trial reverse grid qualifying races this year – insisting the sport doesn't need 'gimmicks' to make things exciting.
The battle between Formula 1 teams will be just as 'fierce' as ever when racing resumes in Austria next month, reckons Red Bull's Christian Horner, despite the unique circumstances of closed door events.
Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey says teams pulling out because of ill personnel, or even a driver getting infected with coronavirus, will not stop races from going ahead when the season resumes.
Red Bull says that small details regarding Formula 1’s plans for a cost cap still need to be sorted out, as it hopes the sport can avoid being turned in to an "accounting world championship".
Formula 1 says there are no plans to offer more live free-to-air coverage of the sport this year, despite fans being unable to attend races.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Formula 1 will never have a better opportunity to try a reverse-grid format than the double-header events this year, as he urged Mercedes to not block the plan.
Williams wants to complete the process of finding investors, or even new owners, for its Formula 1 team in the next three or four months.
Mercedes has made it clear that it fully plans to remain in Formula 1 as a 'works team' and will continue with current team principal Toto Wolff beyond 2020.
Williams plans to reveal a new livery before the start of the Formula 1 season, in the wake of it terminating its title sponsorship deal with ROKiT.
F1's welcome confirmation of its 2021 rule package aimed at sustainability was juxtaposed by the announcement a day earlier that McLaren would be making massive layoffs as a result. But pain like this is unavoidable if F1 wishes to survive
McLaren believes the ‘massive and painful task’ of cutting spending and reducing its staff numbers to get under Formula 1’s budget cap level is the price to be paid for new rules that it believes will secure the future of the sport.
McLaren is to make around 1200 staff redundant across its automotive, technology and racing teams as part of a major restructuring of the business.