Question marks hang over the world champions on the eve of Formula 1’s new season as Christian Horner’s future remains unclear.
Lando Norris is confident that McLaren will start the new Formula 1 season in much stronger shape than they have in recent years.
In the round-up: Sargeant must be “surprise of season” • Komatsu not easily fooled – Hulkenberg • Hamda Al Qubaisi aims for F1 Academy title
Ford CEO Jim Farley has reportedly expressed “frustration” with Red Bull’s handling of an investigation into team principal Christian Horner.
Ahead of the start of a new season, it’s time to pick who you think will come out on top in each of the ten teams this season.
In the round-up: Wolff not concerned by wing legality • Verstappen wants to support simracers • Andretti unveil 2024 liveries
What has shocked Haas driver Nico Hulkenberg so much? Can you come up with the best caption for this picture?
In the round-up: Alpine “expecting a challenging start to the year” – Famin • Alpine “know where we stand” after “solid” test • Chadwick to launch karting series
With three days of testing for the 2024 F1 season completed, who was fastest, who was most reliable, and who likely has pace in reserve?
Charles Leclerc put Ferrari quickest on the third and final day of pre-season Formula 1 testing in Bahrain ahead of George Russell.
Formula 1 drivers want more pre-event checks on drain covers around circuits following two failures during this week’s test.
Carlos Sainz Jnr topped the timing screens as the final day of testing reached its original scheduled stopping point.
The final day of pre-season Formula 1 testing in Bahrain has been stopped for the second time in two days because of a loose drain cover.
In the round-up: Sainz will “take my time” to decide future team • Hamilton: New Mercedes “much nicer to drive” • Croft to miss three rounds
Carlos Sainz Jnr posted the quickest time in the second day of pre-season testing in Bahrain, seven tenths of a second ahead of Sergio Perez.
Alexander Albon believes Red Bull’s second F1 team has improved its performance now it is using more parts supplied by the world champions.
Charles Leclerc was quickest in the first session of the second day of testing, but triggered an early end to proceedings when he hit a loose drain cover.
The second day of running in the Bahrain pre-season test has been halted for a track inspection after a drain cover appeared to come loose and damage cars.
In the round-up: New Sauber “definitely a step forward” • Binotto named head of new powertrain programme • Edgar gets second F1 Academy drive
Logan Sargeant is encouraged by the potential of Williams’ “very different” new car despite technical problems limiting their mileage.