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Verstappen glad Zandvoort kept old-school feel

Max Verstappen is pleased Zandvoort has managed to retain its old-school track characteristics despite undergoing renovations for the revival of the Dutch Grand Prix.

Rivals should trust FIA on Ferrari engine settlement - Leclerc

Charles Leclerc says Ferrari's Formula 1 rivals should trust the FIA's decision to keep details regarding its engine settlement private, calling it "understandable".

"No suggestion whatsoever" Australian GP put F1 in danger

The Australian Grand Prix chief is confident Formula 1 was not put in danger by its visit to Melbourne prior to the race's cancellation after a paddock coronavirus diagnosis.

How outspoken Hamilton again showed he's F1's moral leader Prime

How outspoken Hamilton again showed he's F1's moral leader

Lewis Hamilton was one of few drivers to put his head above the parapet and voice his displeasure at Formula 1's desire to race in Melbourne amid the coronavirus pandemic. It served to illustrate once again the important role he has in F1, and why he'll be missed when he's gone

Australian GP not giving up on rescheduling F1 race

Australian Grand Prix chief Andrew Westacott will discuss the possibility of rescheduling the race for later in the year with Formula 1 following its cancellation.

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Carey says F1 "made the right decisions" over Australian GP

Chase Carey has defended Formula 1's decision-making prior to the cancellation of the Australian Grand Prix as a result of a coronavirus diagnosis in the paddock.

Fourteen McLaren team members quarantined in Melbourne

McLaren has confirmed 14 further team members have been placed in a two-week quarantine after coming into close contact with the individual who tested positive for coronavirus this week.

Horner: More delays to start of F1 2020 season now “inevitable”

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says it is inevitable there will be further delays to the start of the Formula 1 season after the Australian Grand Prix was cancelled.

Renault unveils 2020 F1 livery, new title sponsor

Renault has unveiled its full car livery for the 2020 Formula 1 season, as well as a new title sponsor, ahead of Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix.

Williams "unrecognisable" compared to 12 months ago

Williams is now “unrecognisable” as a business from 12 months ago after making a series of changes in response to its recent on-track Formula 1 struggles.

Vettel says Mercedes "more at ease" with 2020 F1 car

Sebastian Vettel believes Mercedes' looked "more at ease" with its new Formula 1 car through winter testing, leaving Ferrari trailing ahead the new season.

Does F1 need any more pre-season test days? Prime

Does F1 need any more pre-season test days?

With a healthy total of 7,744 laps completed by all F1 teams across six days of running, and with reliability near-bulletproof, it seems the reduction in test days this year was barely noticable. With cost-cutting a key component of the 2021 regulations, could F1 get away with cutting back on its pre-season test days even further?

Ricciardo nearly extracted full pace of new Renault

Daniel Ricciardo reckons he was close to extracting the maximum pace out of his new Renault Formula 1 car on the final day of pre-season testing in Barcelona.

Mercedes drivers unsure DAS will be used in Australia

Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas remain unsure whether or not the team will use its dual-axis steering system at the start of the 2020 Formula 1 season.

Verstappen downplays skittish Red Bull car after spins

Max Verstappen says he is not worried at all about the stability of his 2020 Red Bull Formula 1 car despite a number of spins through pre-season testing.

Barcelona F1 2020 testing: All the statistics over six days

Mercedes will head to the Formula 1 season-opener in Australia as the favourite after leading pre-season testing - although question marks remain over its engine reliability.

Red Bull’s Dutch GP beach plan facing environmentalist anger

Red Bull will “take all precautions necessary” to avoid damaging a protected beach at Zandvoort after receiving permission to use it as a travel route for the Dutch Grand Prix.

Coronavirus quarantine forces Lundgaard to miss F2 test

Renault Formula 1 junior Christian Lundgaard will miss the upcoming Formula 2 test in Bahrain after being detained in Spain due to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic.

Bottas: Top teams playing "weird games" in testing

Valtteri Bottas is refusing to read too much into Ferrari’s comments downplaying its Formula 1 pre-season testing performance, saying rivals often play “a weird game”.

Vettel pinpoints Ferrari's main weakness compared to rivals

Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari’s new Formula 1 car is a “bit draggy”, causing it to trail its rivals for straight-line speed through pre-season testing.

Williams: Netflix series will "show the truth" about 2019

Claire Williams believes the upcoming second season of Netflix's Drive to Survive docu-series will "show the truth" about Williams' pre-season struggles in 2019.

Revealed: First images of Zandvoort’s completed banking

Ahead of Formula 1’s return to the Netherlands after a 35-year absence, an extensive upgrade project has taken place at Zandvoort, including the modification of two corners to create a banking.

Williams already on third Mercedes engine of testing

Williams has already been forced to move onto its third engine of pre-season testing after a string of issues with the Mercedes power unit.

Ricciardo "will answer" rivals' calls, but prefers Renault stay

Daniel Ricciardo says he is committed to Renault’s Formula 1 project in the long-term and is not looking for the “next best thing” when his contract ends this year.