Lewis Hamilton says his work to promote diversity in motorsport has given his life a greater sense of purpose than competing in Formula 1.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says he still has belief in Daniel Ricciardo’s abilities, despite the team’s decision to cut his contract short at the end of this year.
Formula 1 teams inevitably find themselves having to give preferential treatment – but that doesn’t mean the same driver will always be ‘number one’.
Lewis Hamilton reveals the guilt he feels over his mistakes, his respect for Sebastian Vettel and how he’ll keep fighting for equality in F1 after he retires.
Lewis Hamilton reveals his controversial 2021 title defeat and troubled 2022 campaign have motivated him to “stay longer” in F1.
Formula 1 should be wary of introducing a rule requiring races to be red-flagged in the event of a late Safety Car period, says Alpine’s sporting director.
Carlos Sainz Jnr has lavished praised on runaway championship leader Max Verstappen, who could clinch his second title at the next race in Singapore.
Red Bull say their new Formula 1 power unit facility will eventually be able to supply engines to up to four different teams.
Aston Martin expect the coming races on circuits which demand a high-downforce set-up will play to the strengths of their AMR22.
Formula 1 drivers expect the next round in Singapore will be the “toughest race of the year” due to the heat and bumpy track surface.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says Ferrari’s improved form in the last race at Monza shows the team is heading in the right direction, despite its dip in competitiveness after Formula 1’s summer break.
Alpine have high hopes for the upcoming two rounds at Singapore and Suzuka as they plan to introduce a significant upgrade to the A522’s floor at the next round.
A spate of grid penalties left drivers wondering where they’d start at Monza. Some claimed F1 needs to relax its cap on power unit parts.
Red Bull’s technical director Pierre Wache has shared details on how their car development has led to a growing gap between their drivers.
Nyck de Vries hopes to land a full-time drive in Formula 1 next year after his widely-praised debut last weekend, but says “it’s not only merit” that will determine whether he gets the chance.
While Charles Leclerc failed win from pole position at the Italian Grand Prix, Ferrari drew encouragement from his margin over Mercedes.
Andreas Seidl believes Lando Norris could have finished fifth in the Italian Grand Prix had it not been for a slow pit stop.
Colton Herta is expected to take part in his second Formula 1 test later this year as Red Bull continue their efforts to place the IndyCar driver at their junior team next year.
Alpine sporting director Alan Permane admitted the team did not understand its step backwards in pace after Friday practice at Monza.
While Monza’s Ferrari-mad tifosi remain as passionate as ever, the Italian Grand Prix organisers also paid fitting tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II.