Alfa Romeo are convinced they are one of F1 2021’s biggest improvers, but aren’t drawing conclusions from their Imola performance in 2020 as they return there
Formula 1 will bring forward the start of practice and qualifying sessions for this weekend’s Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix to avoid a clash with the funeral of Britain’s Prince Philip on Saturday.
Sebastian Vettel faces a “crucial” period of races to rebound from his poor 2020 campaign and difficult start at Aston Martin, says his former team mate Mark Webber.
Mick Schumacher admitted he was taken aback at how much downforce F1 cars lose in traffic, as both Haas drivers spun during their grand prix debuts in Bahrain.
Daniel Ricciardo says he felt more prepared for his debut at McLaren than he did after moving to Renault two years ago, but isn’t sure when he’ll be fully comfortable in his new car.
Juan Pablo Montoya said the hotter cockpit temperatures he experienced when he tested an Aeroscreen for the first time left him wishing he could use an open visor.
Ferrari has presented Charles Leclerc with the very chassis he used to score the first, and so far only, grand prix victories of his career.
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.
Mercedes technical director James Allison will move into the role of chief technical officer in July, the team has announced.
Aston Martin CEO Otmar Szafnauer says the team will not resign itself to an uncompetitive season following its disappointing start to 2021 in Bahrain.
Daniel Ricciardo has told F1 to “do better” with its social media output, which he believes contains too much crash footage.
Lewis Hamilton, Britain’s richest sportsperson, is believed to have accepted a pay cut after extending his deal to drive for Mercedes’ F1 team by one season.
Nico Hulkenberg will serve as the official reserve and development driver for Aston Martin this year, continuing his long association with the team.
Romain Grosjean has completed a seat fitting in preparation for his farewell Formula 1 test, which Mercedes is expected to arrange.
Mercedes will recover quickly from their sub-par start to the 2021 F1 season, Alpine’s executive director Marcin Budkowski has predicted.
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.
Mercedes trackside performance engineer Andrew Shovlin says the team may not be able to out-develop Red Bull because of new restrictions introduced for 2021.
Formula 1 is planning to introduce ‘active aerodynamics’ to its cars in order to reduce fuel consumption by a third from 2025.
Alpine will bring a significant upgrade for its A521 chassis to the next race at Imola following its point-less start to the season in Bahrain.
Honda found a win-win solution with its new V6 hybrid turbo for the 2021 season, increasing its power while also making it lighter and more compact.