Haas will bring a major upgrade to their car after this weekend’s race but aren’t expecting the kind of leap forward McLaren achieved earlier this year.
In the round-up: Next win ‘probably my greatest’ – Hamilton • Perez says he’s criticised more ‘because I’m Mexican’ • Williams junior accidentally reveals 2024 F2 plans
Liam Lawson will remain in AlphaTauri’s line-up for this weekend’s Qatar Grand Prix as Daniel Ricciardo is not ready to return.
IndyCar rivals Juncos Hollinger Racing and McLaren have announced they plan “to enter a strategic alliance” starting in 2024.
The Formula 1 world championship is likely to be decided before this weekend’s grand prix but there are several other talking points of note.
Charles Leclerc is encouraged by Ferraris progress but accepts he will have to be patient to see how quickly they can catch this year’s champions Red Bull.
Esteban Ocon is currently the joint tallest driver in Formula 1 at 186cm, and he recently addressed what impact that has in the cockpit.
Yuki Tsunoda says he has enjoyed being the effective team leader at AlphaTauri as he has had three different team mates so far this year.
Lando Norris is encouraged by McLaren’s rate of development this year but he admits they still have a long way to go to get on terms with Red Bull.
Red Bull’s junior team played a crucial role in developing the Honda power units which helped make the senior squad champions again.
In the round-up: Drivers like Drugovich must ‘be patient’ for F1 shot • Daruvala gets Maserati FE seat • Aston Martin Valhalla features F1 innovations
Lando Norris has overtaken Nico Hulkenberg as the Formula 1 driver who has scored the most points without winning a race.
Mahindra have revealed an all-new Formula E line-up for 2024, with Nyck de Vries and Edoardo Mortara joining the team on multi-year deals.
Fernando Alonso expressed frustration that one of his radio messages during the Japanese Grand Prix was broadcast on Formula 1’s television feed “out of context.”
In the round-up: Ferrari will be back on McLaren’s pace at upcoming tracks – Sainz • Norris to drive at Sonoma • Lucas di Grassi splits from Mahindra
Kyle Kirkwood has secured his place on the IndyCar grid for 2024 and beyond after signing a new multi-year contract with Andretti.
Lando Norris reckons McLaren can beat Aston Martin in the constructors’ championship this year after a double McLaren podium in Japan.
In the round-up: Gasly glad steward owned up to “wrong” Verstappen call • IndyCar continues hybrid test • Vettel tipped for Porsche move
IndyCar plans an immediate return to Texas Motor Speedway after leaving the track off its 2024 calendar due to a clash with the Olympics.
Ferrari’s Carlos Sainz Jnr was amused the Mercedes drivers copied the DRS strategy he had used to win the Singapore Grand Prix a week earlier.