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F1's 2019 rules changes you may have missed

Formula 1 fans are waiting for the new-look cars to emerge next month, with an aerodynamic rules revamp set to deliver very different front and rear wings.

How to tell Pirelli’s new F1 tyres apart in testing

Pirelli has outlined how it will identify its five new Formula 1 tyre compounds in pre-season testing, following the removal of the previous ‘rainbow’ range.

Red Bull "€15million poorer” thanks to 2019 F1 rules - Marko

Formula 1’s front wing rule changes cost Red Bull €15million but it has already recovered a large amount of performance, says the company’s motorsport advisor Dr Helmut Marko.

How much does it cost to race in F1? Entry costs revealed

As part of a restructuring of Formula 1’s finances from the start of 2013, the FIA has calculated its entry fee for teams based on the number of points scored in the previous season.

The Formula 1 2019 entry list in full

The 2019 Formula 1 World Championship is the 70th running of the FIA’s premier single-seater series, and here is the confirmed entry list for the 21-round schedule.

Albon completes F1 entry list by confirming new number

Formula 1 rookie Alexander Albon has put the final piece of next year's entry list puzzle in place by revealed his race number for 2019.

Hamilton’s 'secret' seat fitting revealed for 2019 F1 Mercedes

Mercedes has revealed a short Instagram video story in which Lewis Hamilton is shown preparing his cockpit setup for the 2019 season.

Arrivabene reveals 2019 Ferrari F1 launch date

Ferrari has announced that its 2019 Formula 1 challenger, codenamed internally 670, will be revealed on February 15.

Force India name vanishes from F1 for 2019

The Force India name will disappear from Formula 1 next year, with the team being officially renamed Racing Point F1.

The early verdict on Pirelli's crucial 2019 changes

Pirelli is hopeful it has addressed several key areas that impacted Formula 1 races negatively in 2018 after the teams gained experience with their 2019 tyre compounds this week.

Albon to partner Kvyat at Toro Rosso in 2019

Toro Rosso-Honda has announced that Alexander Albon will be Daniil Kvyat's 2019 teammate, filling what was effectively the final vacancy on next year's Formula 1 grid.

Button joins Sky F1 TV line-up for 2019

Jenson Button will join Sky Sports as a TV pundit for all 21-races of the 2019 Formula 1 season.

Why 2019 front wing run offers limited value for Ferrari

Ferrari ran a simplified front wing on Kimi Raikkonen's car during the first Formula 1 free practice session at Abu Dhabi in preparation for the 2019 season's rule changes.

Alonso could test 2019 McLaren F1 car

Fernando Alonso could test McLaren's 2019 Formula 1 car, and the team expects him to continue to play a role in helping its fortunes next season.

Ocon to be Mercedes' reserve F1 driver in 2019

Mercedes motorsport chief Toto Wolff has confirmed that Esteban Ocon will be the works team's Formula 1 reserve in 2019 rather than racing.

Brawn says F1 2019 tests show "tangible" racing gains

Formula 1 sporting boss Ross Brawn says simulation work being carried out to assess the technical changes being made for 2019 is showing "tangible" effects that should improve the racing.

F1 chiefs join drivers in meeting over sport’s future

Delegates from the Formula 1 Group, the FIA and Pirelli attended an extraordinary meeting of the Grand Prix Drivers’ Association at Interlagos to discuss the future of F1. 

F1 teams discussing winter break for 2019

Formula 1 teams are discussing the possible introduction of a winter break in December 2019 to guarantee team personnel some time off.

Ocon turned down chance to race outside F1 in 2019

Esteban Ocon has turned down the chance to carry on racing outside of Formula 1 next year, even though it is looking increasingly likely that he will not get a seat on the 2019 grid.

F1's new talent will make races "fun" in 2019

The influx of new talent into Formula 1 for 2019 will make the races "fun", reckon Carlos Sainz and Valtteri Bottas.

Hamilton might need different motivation for 2019 - Prost

Four-time F1 world champion Alain Prost says Lewis Hamilton may have to find a different kind of motivation next season after securing his fifth title in 2018.

Red Bull given fuel boost for 2019 Honda debut

Red Bull has been given a boost in its hopes of progress with Honda in 2019, with fuel supplier ExxonMobil saying it is in a better position than it has been for years.

Vettel: Leclerc and I must work together in 2019

Sebastian Vettel thinks it essential that he and new Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc work together in Formula 1 next season.

F1's 2019 rules to cut downforce loss by one third

Formula 1 cars should lose around one third less downforce when following each other next year, according to the latest predictions from the FIA.

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The returning F1 reject who must deliver in 2019

In just under four seasons, Daniil Kvyat racked up three stints at two Formula 1 squads, had four teammates and two podiums before his career in the championship seemed to be over. But for 2019, he's back in the Red Bull/Toro Rosso hotseat.

Honda gains leave Verstappen "very excited" for 2019

Max Verstappen says he’s now "very excited" about what is possible with Honda in Formula 1 next year after another strong performance from the Japanese manufacturer in Austin.

FIA approves Formula 1 2019 calendar and new rules

Formula 1’s 2019 calendar, as well as a host of technical and sporting changes to the rules, were formally approved by the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council on Friday.