In the round-up: Vettel told to apologise over Italian GP fly-by comments • Kyle Busch teases Indy 500 hopes • Babickova to miss F3 test after back injury
While Charles Leclerc failed win from pole position at the Italian Grand Prix, Ferrari drew encouragement from his margin over Mercedes.
Andreas Seidl believes Lando Norris could have finished fifth in the Italian Grand Prix had it not been for a slow pit stop.
Mercedes say cutting their straight-line speed deficit to Red Bull will be one of their goals with next year’s car design.
The fourth season of the FIA F3 Championship ends at Monza this weekend, and is set to be one of the most wide-open title deciders ever
Alpine extended their points lead over McLaren last weekend and Fernando Alonso expects their low-drag car will help them do the same at Monza.
In the round-up: Ricciardo expects “happy-sad feelings” at Monza • Juncos to add second IndyCar • Eighth F3 driver for Charouz
Scott McLaughlin has extended his contract with Team Penske to remain in IndyCar in a new, multi-year deal ahead of this weekend’s season finale.
Williams’ Alex Albon says the team “have higher expectations going into Monza” as F1 heads to a low-downforce track suited to their car’s strengths
Formula 2 veteran Luca Ghiotto will return to the series at Monza this week to replace the banned Roy Nissany at DAMS
In the round-up: “Simple” change to Zandvoort’s Tarzan corner will aid passing – Norris • Lotterer moves to Andretti in Formula E • Lawson not concerned by Red Bull bid for Herta
Ferrari strategy director Inaki Rueda has explained why the team didn’t have all four wheels ready for Carlos Sainz Jnr when he made his first pit stop during the Dutch Grand Prix.
Formula E champion Nyck de Vries will drive for Aston Martin in the first practice session of this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix at Monza
Ferrari will bring a special, low-downforce rear wing for their home race at Monza this weekend as they aim to halt Max Verstappen’s run of four consecutive wins.
Daniel Ricciardo spoke to his replacement at McLaren, Oscar Piastri, and his manager Mark Webber to clear the air after his departure from the team was announced.
The FIA Formula 3 Championship is organising a private test at Magny-Cours for female drivers for the second year running.
The FIA’s Contract Recognition Board has ruled against Alpine in the team’s dispute with McLaren over the future of Oscar Piastri
Some of Zandvoort’s gravel run-off has been permanently stuck to the ground ahead of this weekend’s Dutch Grand Prix.
In the round-up: Mercedes hope to reintroduce engine Hamilton damaged at Spa • Masi returns to Supercars • Andretti retain Hunter McElrea
F1’s experiment to introduce DRS to the banked last corner of Zandvoort has become a big question for the weekend as drivers speculate on it