In the round-up: Ferrari engine’s driveability is biggest difference to Mercedes – Bottas • Piastri “chopped off the hand that fed him” • Leclerc “missing something” – Todt
Seven-time NASCAR Cup champion Jimmie Johnson has confirmed he will not contest a second full-time IndyCar season after finishing 21st in this year’s campaign.
The team principal of Formula 1’s only American squad says the series has chosen the right time to add a third race in the country.
Lewis Hamilton says his work to promote diversity in motorsport has given his life a greater sense of purpose than competing in Formula 1.
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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.
In the round-up: Verstappen says changes to “very overweight” Red Bull were key to his 2022 gains • BMW has no interest in F1 return • Barranquilla seeking F1 race
In the round-up: Russell wants wins more than second in championship • Euroformula Open loses Pau Grand Prix • Colapinto leads F3 test
Seven-times Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton had a little assistance from FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem at Spa.
In the round-up: FIA confirms it turned down request to grant superlicence to Herta • Alguersuari ‘clarifies’ Marko comments • Jarama could get F1 makeover
Nicholas Latifi’s Formula 1 career appears to be over as Williams have confirmed they will not retain the driver for the 2023 F1 season.
Aston Martin’s new technical director Dan Fallows, who has joined them following a long stint at Red Bull, says they remind him of the early days at his previous squad.
As the final pieces of the 2023 Formula 1 driver market fall into place, three of the current crop are at risk of being left out.
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.
Formula 1 will hit its agreed maximum limit of 24 races next year. Can it stick to that number and cut travel costs in future?
Carlos Sainz Jnr has lavished praised on runaway championship leader Max Verstappen, who could clinch his second title at the next race in Singapore.
The FIA World Motor Sport Council has approved the 2023 F1 calendar which will feature a record-breaking 24 races.
Red Bull say their new Formula 1 power unit facility will eventually be able to supply engines to up to four different teams.
Max Verstappen is on his way to a second world championship – and he has a strong chance of breaking records held by Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher and others as he does.
Aston Martin expect the coming races on circuits which demand a high-downforce set-up will play to the strengths of their AMR22.