Max Verstappen says he needs a “perfect weekend” to clinch the title at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix and isn’t thinking about the FIA’s looming decision on last year’s world championship.
Formula 1 could be set for a wet and windy return to the Suzuka circuit on Friday for the first Japanese Grand Prix for three years.
Lewis Hamilton says a minor budget cap infringement could have been enough to change the outcome of the 2021 world championship.
In the round-up: Haas “not in a hurry” to decide on 2023 driver line-up • Run-off changes at Suzuka • Campos disputes six-car disqualification in F4
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said it “would be a massive shame if we lost W Series” amid fears the all-female series may collapse.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff suspects Lewis Hamilton will claim a record-breaking eighth Formula 1 title before his team mate wins one of his own.
The FIA will not confirm whether all 10 Formula 1 teams adhered to its 2021 budget cap until next week.
Alfa Romeo’s Xevi Pujolar says the team “need” to take points in this weekend’s Japanese GP, having scored only once in the last eight races.
Honda’s logos will reappear on Red Bull and AlphaTauri’s cars for the rest of 2022, starting with this weekend’s Japanese GP at Suzuka
Frederic Vasseur says Alfa Romeo have “the perfect” combination of drivers in Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu, both who are staying on with the team for a second season next year
The row over Formula 1’s budget cap may dominate a weekend when Max Verstappen can clinch his second world championship.
In the round-up: Ferrari: Technical directive on porpoising hasn’t affected our performance • Formula 3 returning to Monaco • Formula E closing on Tokyo race deal • IndyCar demo in Argentina
Qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix produced the closest fight for pole position involving three different teams for almost two decades.
The FIA’s decision to postpone the start of the Singapore Grand Prix and its delayed call to activate DRS in the rain-hit race have been supported.
Formula 1 faces “huge” implications if it fails to enforce its budget cap, Ferrari has said, as the sport awaits a decision on whether teams complied with the spending limit last year.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says the team has identified how to gain a significant amount of the performance which is missing from its 2022 car.
Rain amplified the challenge for drivers as F1 returned to Singapore, with some keeping cool more than others. .Here’s RaceFans’ driver ratings for the Singapore Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton says a team that exceeds the budget cap could see ‘real alterations in car performance’ and F1 ‘definitely has to take it seriously’.
In the round-up: Alpine suspect similar power unit caused double retirement • Mercedes rue “race to forget” in Singapore • Bottas defends soft tyre gamble
It’s race week! Formula 1 heads to Suzuka this weekend. Here’s how to watch the Japanese Grand Prix and more.