Red Bull team principal Christian Horner dismissed claims Sergio Perez has been told he will lose his drive if he doesn’t finish second in the drivers’ championship.
Aston Martin made the right decision to bring an extensive upgrade for its car this weekend despite only having a single hour of practice to test it, says Fernando Alonso.
Max Verstappen praised Red Bull engineer Michael Manning who worked on improving his starts after “a few tough races”.
Formula 1 should consider introducing reverse grids and awarding more points for sprint races, said Red Bull team principal Christian Horner.
Daniel Ricciardo admitted he suffered from “a bit of race rust” in his return to competition at the Circuit of the Americas yesterday.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says Ferrari’s decision to run him on soft tyres in the US GP sprint race was based on their tyre modelling data.
Alexander Albon said it was worth risking a penalty going off-track while racing Oscar Piastri because any sanction was likely to be lenient.
George Russell accepted both penalties he picked up during Saturday’s action at the Circuit of the Americas, one of which cost him a place in the sprint race.
The McLaren drivers expect their team will be less competitive in the United States Grand Prix compared to recent rounds.
Alexander Albon admits his physical recovery after the Qatar Grand Prix took much longer than after a typical race due to the extreme heat.
Fernando Alonso says the extreme heat drivers suffered from in Qatar was made worse by the current generation of fireproof overalls and the timing of the pre-race national anthem.
The majority of Formula 1 drivers could not afford to pay the new maximum fine announced by the FIA, says Alexander Albon.
IndyCar’s ‘dead rubber’ season finale at Laguna Seca was anything but dull as it was interrupted by eight caution periods. Why did chaos break out?
After eight safety car interventions, Scott Dixon overcame an early penalty to win the IndyCar season finale at Laguna Seca.
IndyCar will stage a non-championship race at the Thermal Club before next season, with a $1 million (£800,000) prize for its winner.
Days after announcing his move from McLaren to Meyer Shank, Felix Rosenqvist will start on pole position for the Grand Prix of Monterey.
The IndyCar championship may be decided but there is still a lot at stake in the final round at Laguna Seca this weekend.
Newly-minted two-times IndyCar champion Alex Palou has spurned McLaren in favour of Ganassi, a development which once seemed unlikely.
Alex Palou clinched his second IndyCar championship in a style typical of his season with a dominant victory in the Portland Grand Prix.
Graham Rahal took his second IndyCar pole position of the year in Portland while championship rivals Scott Dixon and Alex Palou claimed fourth and fifth respectively.