Formula 1’s plan for three points-scoring ‘Sprint Qualifying’ races is expected to go ahead, starting at the British Grand Prix, after the teams agreed financial terms.
Mercedes trackside performance engineer Andrew Shovlin says the team may not be able to out-develop Red Bull because of new restrictions introduced for 2021.
Formula 1 is planning to introduce ‘active aerodynamics’ to its cars in order to reduce fuel consumption by a third from 2025.
In the round-up: McLaren’s reduced gap to Mercedes “encouraging” for Seidl • Domenicali targets Qualifying Sprint race deal before Imola • Hamilton ‘a lot busier than any driver ever’
How likely is the 2021 F1 season to finally produce a down-to-the-wire title fight between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen?
Alpine will bring a significant upgrade for its A521 chassis to the next race at Imola following its point-less start to the season in Bahrain.
In the round-up: ‘Iron fisted’ Wolff threatened to bench Hamilton and Rosberg over collisions • Ferrucci’s Indy 500 returned confirmed • Rosin dismisses Schumacher F3 title claims
Honda found a win-win solution with its new V6 hybrid turbo for the 2021 season, increasing its power while also making it lighter and more compact.
Lando Norris is encouraged by the progress McLaren has made at the start of the new season and expects further gains in the coming races following its change of power unit supplier.
In the round-up: Haas “not putting in any effort” to do more than challenge Williams • Collet sets record-breaking pace in F3 test • Rosberg’s team wins first Extreme E race
AlphaTauri will bring a series of updates for their car over the next three races having begun the new season with the fourth-fastest car.
From the dominant Williams FW14B on its cover to obscure offerings from Life and Andrea Moda, every F1 car which attended a grand prix in the nineties features in this volume.
In the round-up: Alfa Romeo “can have fun this year” – Giovinazzi • Magnussen reveals 2019 Toro Rosso offer • F1 “doesn’t have a great purpose” – Rosberg
Juan Manuel Correa has returned to action in official testing for the new Formula 3 season, 19 months on from his horrific Formula 2 crash at Spa which claimed the life of Anthoine Hubert.
Formula 1’s Drag Reduction System made its debut 10 years ago. Should it stay, or does F1 need to end its addiction to ‘fake overtakes’?
Lando Norris says McLaren appear able to beat Ferrari in race trim but are not as quick as them in qualifying.
In the round-up: Russell impressed by Red Bull-esque qualities of Alfa Romeo’s chassis • Correa reveals Hubert tribute helmet • Ferrari Le Mans entry not due to F1 rules change
Haas selected Mick Schumacher as one of its new drivers this year on the strength of his performance in Formula 2, not in order to secure the backing of a sponsor, team principal Guenther Steiner has stated.
Changing the rules on track limits during a race weekend makes it “difficult” for fans to follow races said F1 drivers after the Bahrain Grand Prix.
In the round-up: Hamilton opts for diplomacy over “embarrassing people” in future activism • Albert Park upgrade to cost £11 million • Hill says father’s F1 team could have emulated Williams