Williams drivers George Russell and Nicholas Latifi have both said they will remain at the team for the 2021 F1 season.
Ferrari has followed a popular design trend with its new nose for this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix, at a track where the team suspects it could struggle.
Ferrari have denied reports claiming the team discovered an aerodynamic correlation problem which is behind their disappointing start to the 2019 season.
McLaren’s Team Principal, has said that the proposed F1 budget cap needs to be “a lot lower” to be sustainable for a majority of F1 teams.
McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran has said the 2021 F1 cost cap offers potential synergies with a WEC hypercar programme.
Teams have waived their right to dispute the cost cap, with a ‘soft’ cap coming as early as 2020.
Ferrari have confirmed they will not appeal against Vettel’s Canada penalty, however, the team could pursue another way to protest the decision.
The Racing Point boss has said new regulations must equalise prize payments, not risk F1 becoming a spec series, to improve racing.
The Mercedes F1 boss has said that any regulatory change will advantage already dominant teams.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said Sebastian Vettel was the “moral winner” of the Canadian Grand Prix after a penalty relegated him to second.
By letting Ferrari keep its power of veto over F1’s rules, Liberty Media is ensuring the playing field remains slanted against their rival teams.
Williams has announced a new partnership deal with London-based financial newspaper The Financial Times, whose logos will appear on its car this weekend.
Sebastian Vettel has responded to his critics after suffering his fourth spin in 10 races during the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Force India is planning a rapid expansion of its workforce over the next two years as it aims to close the gap to F1’s top three teams.
Williams has announced its head of performance engineering Rob Smedley will step down at the end of the season.
Haas will undergo a “significant livery change” for the 2019 F1 season after announcing a title sponsorship deal with Rich Energy.
Force India is planning to change its name for the 2019 F1 season, team principal Otmar Szafnauer has confirmed.
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FRP Advisory, the administrators who handled the sale of Force India, expect legal proceedings brought by a rival bidder to be “dismissed at the earliest opportunity”.
Force India’s sale to a consortium headed by Lawrence Stroll is to be challenged in the High Court in London by failed rival bidder Uralkali.