In the round-up: Raikkonen doesn’t expect world to change at French GP – where does Ricciardo live in the new Honda/Red Bull shack-up – Aitken’s tart addiction
In the round-up: Haas ‘good at losing opportunities’ – Vergne stripped of Le Mans win – Sirotkin playing a part at Williams
In the round-up: Leclerc collects home races – Alonso’s extraordinary night stint brings Le Mans victory – Di Resta apologises for team’s ass-busting
In the round-up: F1 Fridays ‘bite’ Wolff – Button’s ‘soul-destroying’ Le Mans – McLaren factory disquiet summons Whitmarsh
In the round-up: closing the VSC loophole – McLaren considering Le Mans entry – Button’s ‘500km/h’ shock
200-item personal Schumacher collection opens
In the round-up: Hamilton welcomes Marquez – Alonso’s political career – Renault appoint Mercedes engineer as Red Bull complain
In the round-up: Carey says F1 “like World Cup” – Verstappen’s bad luck – Toyota deny plan for Alonso Le Mans win
In the round-up: Toyota is a Le Mans ‘contender’ – Alonso • Guy Martin to race Jenson Button at Silverstone • Kimi Raikkonen has ‘reached the end of the road’
In the round-up: Perez suggests heavy Halo may make overtaking harder • Honda see “noticeable increase” in performance • Renault urge Red Bull to decide on power unit
Lucas di Grassi won a crazy race as Formula E brought motor sport back to Switzerland but Jean-Eric Vergne lost his cool as Sam Bird slashed his points lead.
Jean-Eric Vergne’s chances of sealing the Formula E championship with two races to go took a hit in qualifying for this weekend’s race in Switzerland.
Artem Markelov returned to the scene of his first victory in the F1 support series with a “masterclass” second win in the Monaco Formula Two feature race.
Audi has become the second Formula E team in the history of the championship to score a one-two finish. Daniel Abt led Lucas di Grassi to the chequered flag.
Daniel Abt kept pole position for his home round in Berlin following a stewards’ investigation.
Women will take part in Formula E’s inaugural event in Saudi Arabia this year, even if there are none among the drivers competing in the country’s first race.
Jean-Eric Vergne won his home Eprix in Paris with a flawless drive, leading all but one lap and keeping out of controversy that dogged the fight behind him.
Formula E championship leader Jean-Eric Vergne took pole position for his home Eprix, dominating on the streets of Paris and setting a new lap record.
Sam Bird emerged as the new threat to points leader Jean-Eric Vergne after winning the series’ first race in Rome as pole sitter Felix Rosenqvist hit trouble.
Felix Rosenqvist mastered the new Rome ePrix circuit to put his Mahindra on pole position for the third time this year.