Following a largely cool and damp summer so far, Silverstone is set for a warm and sunny British Grand Prix.
Are F1’s new Sprint Qualifying races here to stay? How will penalties and tyre rules work? And who will win wreaths? Those questions and more answered.
George Russell has denied suggestions Mercedes will announce him as their new driver for the 2022 F1 season ahead of this weekend’s British Grand Prix.
After a bruising fifth consecutive defeat to Red Bull, Mercedes need their Silverstone upgrade package to deliver. Here are the British Grand Prix talking points.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner expects a fightback from championship rivals Mercedes at this weekend’s British Grand Prix.
It’s race week! Formula 1 heads to Silverstone this weekend for its first ever ‘Sprint Qualifying’ event. Here’s how to watch the British Grand Prix plus Formula 2 and W Series.
Lewis Hamilton says Formula 1’s new Sprint race format “won’t be too exciting” and expects to see a “train” of cars at Silverstone next week.
Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn admits he is feeling some nervousness over whether the first of the series’ new Sprint race weekends will be a success.
Formula 1 has announced cryptocurrency platform Crypto.com as the partner for its new series of Sprint races which will begin at next month’s British Grand Prix.
The British Grand Prix will be held before a full crowd of fans, Formula 1 has confirmed, following a dispensation from the national government.
Fans will be able to attend next month’s British Grand Prix despite the delay in the easing of lockdown restrictions which was announced today.
Formula 1’s new Sprint Qualifying race weekends will produce more exciting action because teams will have less time to prepare, says race director Michael Masi.
As Silverstone seeks full attendance at the British Grand Prix, race promoters in Hungary, the Netherlands, Italy, Russia, USA and Brazil have the same aim.
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.
Formula 1 has confirmed details of the starting times for all bar one of the rounds on its 23-race calendar, having restored on-the-hour starts for 2021.
Formula 1 has confirmed its 2021 season will begin later than planned as the Australian and Chinese grands prix have been postponed due to the pandemic.
Formula 1 is closing on a return to both Portugal’s Algarve circuit and Imola in Italy this year as the pandemic puts multiple early-season fly-away races in jeopardy.
Formula 2 and Formula 3 have confirmed their schedules for next year, which will take place alongside separate rounds of the 2021 F1 calendar.
Formula 1 has revealed a draft calendar featuring a record-breaking 23 races for next year’s championship, but Vietnam does not feature and the venue for one of the events has not been confirmed.