The FIA says it has no legality concerns over the upgrade Aston Martin has introduced to its car for this weekend’s race.
George Russell says that the Spanish Grand Prix will mark a key weekend in determining the future development of their W13.
Lewis Hamilton said viewers should not read too much into radio messages during races, and rubbished claims he expressed concern over Michael Masi returning to F1.
Formula 1 teams have confirmed the details of the changes they have made to their cars for this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso called the Miami Grand Prix stewards incompetent and unprofessional following the penalty which cost him a points finish at the last race.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says his practice crash in Miami left him with a “knot” in his neck which he has been training to fix ahead of the Spanish Grand Prix
AlphaTauri’s biggest weakness compared to their rivals is their lack of aerodynamic efficiency, Pierre Gasly says.
Haas is planning to bring a significant upgrade for the French Grand Prix, team principal Guenther Steiner has confirmed.
The 2022 season hasn’t gone according to ‘El Plan’ for Fernando Alonso so far. But the two-times world champion doesn’t look ready to hang up his helmet yet.
The 2022 Formula 1 calendar has been reduced to 22 rounds as the series has decided not to replace the cancelled Russian Grand Prix.
The FIA’s sudden insistence on enforcing its ban on jewellery while driving bemused Lewis Hamilton. But he is not the only driver with concerns.
A sell-out crowd of 240,000 will attend the first of two F1 races in the USA this year as Liberty reaps the benefits of its focus on America.
A narrow section of Formula 1’s new Miami circuit could prove particularly tricky during any Safety Car periods this weekend, Yuki Tsunoda has predicted.
Mike Krack says Aston Martin will improve their car performance in “a couple of races” time once they bring upgrades to their car.
Speaking exclusively to RaceFans, Pierre Gasly explains how he’s determined to earn a second shot in a Red Bull.
Two Formula 1 drivers at opposite ends of the grid have experienced confidence-sapping starts to their 2022 campaigns.
Ferrari will bring track-specific new parts to next week’s race in Miami followed by a more significant upgrade afterwards.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner expects the balance of power between his team and Ferrari will be “swings and roundabouts” throughout the 2022 season.
Formula 1 teams backed a plan to double the number of sprint races on next year’s calendar but the FIA “is still evaluating the impact of this proposal.”
The Formula 1 Commission will today to discuss increasing the number of sprint races to six and how to ease the impact of cost rises teams are facing.