Pirelli has largely finalised the construction of its new 18-inch tyres for the 2022 F1 season and is starting work on developing compounds at this week’s test.
The Japanese Grand Prix will remain at Suzuka until at least the 2024 season after the circuit agreed a new deal with Formula 1.
The promoters of the Miami Grand Prix, which will hold its first F1 race in 2022, have revealed a simulated onboard lap of the new Hard Rock Stadium circuit.
Formula 1 lobbied hard for five years to get a second race in the USA. But ‘Welcome to Miami’ may mean ‘bye-bye Barcelona’.
Plans for a grand prix in Miami have not been compromised by its relocation from the Bayfront area to a sports stadium, says Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali.
The addition of the Miami Grand Prix to the 2022 Formula 1 calendar will not expand the schedule beyond its current record 23 races.
The 2022 Formula 1 season will feature the championship’s first ever race in Miami Gardens, the series has announced.
City councillors have passed the resolution that should pave the way for Miami Gardens to become a host city of a F1 grand prix in 2022.
Liberty Media’s long-held dreams of bringing Formula 1 to Miami may finally be realised in 2022 after a key local figure backed the plan.
The Bahrain Grand Prix promoters have announced the night race will be solar-powered from the 2022 Formula 1 season.
Williams believe new technical director Francois-Xavier Demaison’s experience of designing Volkswagen’s radical electric ID.R will pay off in 2022.
Formula 1 must hold more than three days of pre-season testing next year when it introduces new technical regulations, team bosses say.
Haas aim to return to the front of the midfield in 2022 after a “transitional season” this year with two rookies, says team principal Guenther Steiner.
Alexander Albon is targeting a return to Formula 1 in 2022 after losing his drive at the end of last season.
A revival of the South African Grand Prix at Kyalami is more likely to happen in 2023 than next season, according to the CEO of SAGP, which is looking to run the event.
Red Bull and its sister team AlphaTauri will continue using Honda’s power units until Formula 1’s new engine rules are introduced in 2025, the teams have confirmed.
Formula 1 has agreed a plan to freeze engine specifications. A proposal to introduce sprint races has not yet been agreed but remains under discussion.
The F1 Commission will discuss whether to scrap rules which allow the FIA to specify the design of certain car parts at its meeting tomorrow.
Red Bull will have to wait at least another two weeks for a decision on future power unit rules which has vital implications for their 2022 campaign.
Red Bull’s hopes of continuing to use Honda power units after the 2021 F1 season rest on a crucial vote next week on changes to the engine regulations.