In the round-up: Norris offering Ricciardo “more help than I normally would” • Super Formula reveals 2023 calendar • McLaren ‘seeking to buy Ricciardo out of contract’
Formula 1 drivers have already expressed disappointment over the widely-expected loss of the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps.
Daniel Ricciardo is eagerly anticipating the month-long break between the Hungarian and Belgian grands prix after a disappointing start to his second season at McLaren.
Alpine are standing by their claim Oscar Piastri will race for them next year despite his denial. Has the reigning F2 champion put his F1 future at risk?
Alex Palou’s IndyCar team Ganassi are ‘attempting to keep him from an opportunity to compete in Formula 1’, according to the driver’s lawyers.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl said the team will take a close look at why its drivers are finding it difficult to perform consistently strong starts.
Lando Norris has avoided a penalty for impeding Lance Stroll after the stewards accepted the McLaren driver couldn’t see his rival.
Lando Norris says the increase in porpoising he has experienced in recent races may show McLaren are “heading in the right direction” with their car development.
The FIA must not back down in its efforts to reduce ‘porpoising’ by cars in 2023 following opposition from some Formula 1 teams, says McLaren’s Andreas Seidl.
Daniel Ricciardo tells RaceFans his future at McLaren is “in my control” and he is determined to turn his second difficult season at the team around.
Mercedes won the Formula E championship last year and are in the thick of the title fight again. Next year they will become McLaren – and CEO Zak Brown expects them to keep on winning.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says the team were “quite impressed” by IndyCar driver Colton Herta after he completed a two-day test with them this week.
Daniel Ricciardo has insisted he will see out his McLaren contract, which runs until the end of the 2023 season, in Formula 1.
Alex Palou has caused a sensation by rejecting his Ganassi team’s claim he will continue to drive for them in 2023. McLaren SP say he will join them next year.
Colton Herta will test a McLaren Formula 1 car this week as the team consider running him in a practice session later this year.
Daniel Ricciardo was puzzled by his McLaren’s lack of performance in the British Grand Prix, but said the lack of grip felt similar to what he experienced four races earlier in Spain.
Felix Rosenqvist will remain a McLaren driver in 2023 but the team is yet to confirm which series he will compete in.
In the round-up: McLaren hopeful of avoiding power unit penalties after Canada problems • Ocon “very happy” with potential French Grand Prix in Nice • McLaren lands Goldman Sachs sponsorship
Lando Norris said the Canadian Grand Prix was a wake-up call for McLaren that their car is not competitive enough.
McLaren has become the latest team to confirm it will exceed the Formula 1 budget cap in 2022 due to rising inflation.