Red Bull and Honda are keen to agree on an engine supply deal for 2019 and will hold further talks at the next race, sources have confirmed to RaceFans.
Formula One teams will vote today on whether to approve four changes to cars which could make overtaking easier in F1 next year.
The FIA and Liberty Media were “fooled” into increasing F1’s fuel limit for next year, according to one of Mercedes’ engine customers.
The FIA will not clamp down on teams using their exhausts to increase aerodynamic performance until next year, RaceFans has learned.
Dieter Rencken reveals how Bernie Ecclestone’s last F1 race deals cost Liberty Media millions in fees, and how the calendar for 2019 could be reorganised.
Two of the world’s most celebrated circuits will not appear on the 2019 F1 calendar unless they agree new deals with Formula One Management.
F1 drivers will “be able to use the engine at full power at all times” following a decision to raise the maximum fuel limit again in 2019.
F1 teams may have to replace their ‘outwashing’ front wing designs under plans to improve overtaking from next season.
Formula One’s official tyre supplier Pirelli says it does not intend to add an eighth tyre compound next year having expanded its range this season.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner told RaceFans it is “great” his team has a choice of two potential engine suppliers for the 2019 F1 season.
A new Formula Three championship will support at least nine rounds of the Formula One world championship from next year.
Max Verstappen will remain at Red Bull until at least 2020, the team has announced after he extended his deal to drive for them.
A new version of the former F1 venue in Buenos Aires has been proposed by a company which was involved in creating Valencia’s street circuit.
The Autodromo Buenos Aires circuit in Argentina could join the 2019 F1 calendar according to FIA race director Charlie Whiting.
Silverstone’s deal to hold the British Grand Prix will expire after the 2019 race after the promoters told Formula One they will activate a break clause in their contract.
The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve has extended its deal to host the Canadian Grand Prix until 2029.
Malaysia will not extend its current deal to host Formula One races after 2018, the country’s minster for tourism has confirmed.