In the round-up: COTA has “too much run-off” – Magnussen • Fittipaldi’s grandson among Ferrari candidates • Las Vegas return “too emotional” for IndyCar
A dozen drivers largely drawn from Indycar’s famed CART era will compete in a new support event at the Mexican Grand Prix next week.
There would likely be no Lewis Hamilton in F1 without McLaren. Nyck de Vries was their next prodigy, but did their support slow his way to F1?
In the round-up: McLaren boss Zak Brown says he “hated” deciding to cut Daniel Ricciardo’s contract short having lured him away from Renault
Williams, one of two Formula 1 teams yet to confirm their 2023 driver line-up, are looking for “someone who will push” Alexander Albon.
Mercedes’ technical director Mike Elliott says Lewis Hamilton is still pushing the team on as hard as ever despite their lacklustre 2022 campaign.
In the round-up: Mercedes “should have done what George was asking” on strategy at Suzuka • Junior racers get a taste of IndyCar at Sebring • Mario Andretti to drive F1 car this weekend
Dragon have announced their rebrand as Penske Autosport, as well as the arrival of a new powertrain supply and two champions for the next Formula E season
Newly crowned two-times Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen is hoping for a closer battle for the title in 2023
AlphaTauri are expecting “a lot” from Nyck de Vries in 2023, and believe his learning period for F1 “will be reduced to a couple of tests”
Alpine team management are sure Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly will put their past differences aside when they become team mates next year.
In the round-up: W Series aims to stay on F1 support bill with planned 2023 return • Red Bull juniors “need another year or two” • Schumacher’s hard work paying off
Haas reserve driver Pietro Fittipaldi will drive for the team in the first practice session at the Mexico City and Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Max Verstappen “has been on another planet” with the performances that have made him a two-time Formula 1 world champion, his Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says.
NIO 333 have completed their line-up for the 2023 Formula E season by retaining Dan Ticktum, leaving the team’s long-term driver Oliver Turvey without a seat
Red Bull have confirmed Pierre Gasly will leave AlphaTauri at the end of the season, one year earlier than planned. He will join Alpine in 2023.
In the round-up: Haas “not in a hurry” to decide on 2023 driver line-up • Run-off changes at Suzuka • Campos disputes six-car disqualification in F4
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said it “would be a massive shame if we lost W Series” amid fears the all-female series may collapse.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff suspects Lewis Hamilton will claim a record-breaking eighth Formula 1 title before his team mate wins one of his own.
Alfa Romeo’s Xevi Pujolar says the team “need” to take points in this weekend’s Japanese GP, having scored only once in the last eight races.