AlphaTauri have confirmed Yuki Tsunoda and Daniel Ricciardo will remain their drivers for the 2024 Formula 1 season.
World Endurance Championship title holder and Le Mans 24 Hours winner Ryo Hirakawa has joined McLaren’s driver development programme.
McLaren has agreed a two-year contract extension with Oscar Piastri which will keep the rookie at the team until the end of the 2026 season.
Zhou Guanyu will remain alongside Valtteri Bottas at the team currently known as Alfa Romeo in 2024. Theo Pourchaire will be their reserve driver.
Lewis Hamilton will remain at Mercedes for the next two seasons having agreed a further contract extension with the team he has driven for since 2013.
Nico Hulkenberg and Kevin Magnussen will remain at Haas for the 2024 Formula 1 season, the team has confirmed.
Mercedes will bring further upgrades to their W14, but the team’s focus is now on the design of next year’s car.
Formula 1’s latest attempt to ban the use of tyre warmers has failed after teams decided against a ban on blankets.
Formula 1 declared its 2024 calendar is a “big step forward in regionalisation”. That may be an over-sell, but some progress has been made.
Formula 1 has revealed its new calendar for the 2024 season which will feature a record-breaking 24 grands prix and three races on Saturdays.
Formula 1 has agreed another new deal to continue racing at the Red Bull Ring just four months after its last contract extension was announced.
AlphaTauri will move closer to Red Bull’s design philosophy next year and change its name again, Helmut Marko has revealed.
The Japanese Grand Prix will move from its regular late-season slot to a new sprint date in 2024, a local politician has claimed.
Formula 1 drivers have warned the series is not ready to handle a proposed ban on tyre heating blankets next year.
Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali wants a regular calendar of 24 races and is “laughing” at claims the series doesn’t respect historic races.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff expects to sign a new contract with Lewis Hamilton within a matter of days.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says they are losing an “instrumental player” after McLaren announced the hiring of Rob Marshall.
Red Bull’s chief engineering offer Rob Marshall is stepping down from his role with immediate effect after 17 years with the team ahead of a move to McLaren.
The Azerbaijan Grand Prix will remain on the Formula 1 calendar until at least the 2026 season after the series announced a contract extension with the Baku race promoters.
AlphaTauri have announced their team principal Franz Tost will step down at the end of this season, and be replaced by Laurent Mekies.