In the round-up: Vettel: “This is the hardest year to catch up” due to cost cap • Mini leads day one of Jerez F3 test • Alonso’s management team signs Marti
Formula 1 will hit its agreed maximum limit of 24 races next year. Can it stick to that number and cut travel costs in future?
Christian Horner says he regrets Red Bull failing to take up an option on Oscar Piastri during the future McLaren driver’s junior career
Carlos Sainz Jnr has lavished praised on runaway championship leader Max Verstappen, who could clinch his second title at the next race in Singapore.
In the round-up: Zhou couldn’t show the “huge step” he’s made since season began • Martins aims for Art F2 drive • Alonso ‘will be challenging’ – Aston Martin
Junior drivers from four Formula 1 teams are among those who will take part in Formula 3’s post-season test at Jerez which starts tomorrow.
The FIA World Motor Sport Council has approved the 2023 F1 calendar which will feature a record-breaking 24 races.
McLaren technical director James Key is surprised by the performance of this year’s F1 cars after sweeping changes to the technical rules.
Red Bull say their new Formula 1 power unit facility will eventually be able to supply engines to up to four different teams.
Max Verstappen is on his way to a second world championship – and he has a strong chance of breaking records held by Lewis Hamilton, Michael Schumacher and others as he does.
Aston Martin expect the coming races on circuits which demand a high-downforce set-up will play to the strengths of their AMR22.
Formula 1 drivers expect the next round in Singapore will be the “toughest race of the year” due to the heat and bumpy track surface.
F1’s head of media reveals the inspiration for Drive to Survive and why some teams had to be persuaded to open up their garages for the cameras.
Carlos Sainz Jnr says Ferrari’s improved form in the last race at Monza shows the team is heading in the right direction, despite its dip in competitiveness after Formula 1’s summer break.
In the round-up: Porsche would be “great addition” for F1 – Wolff • FIA appoints first CEO • Alonso was the “villain” when I watched F1 – Stroll • Doohan and De Vries join Alpine test
Alpine have high hopes for the upcoming two rounds at Singapore and Suzuka as they plan to introduce a significant upgrade to the A522’s floor at the next round.
A spate of grid penalties left drivers wondering where they’d start at Monza. Some claimed F1 needs to relax its cap on power unit parts.
Alex Palou began an F1 test for McLaren at the Circuit de Catalunya yesterday, after the team’s dispute with Ganassi was resolved.
Ferrari’s Russian junior driver Robert Shwartzman will make his debut in a official Formula 1 practice session next month, under an Israeli licence.
Red Bull’s technical director Pierre Wache has shared details on how their car development has led to a growing gap between their drivers.