Formula 1 announced its largest ever field for a new season 35 years ago today. Here’s a look at the grid which was twice the size of this year’s.
Formula 1 teams continue to change identities, with two more switching names ahead of the 2024 season. Which entrants lasted the longest?
Formula 1’s V6 hybrid turbo cars provoked controversy when they began to appear 10 years ago today, but the rules change has been vindicated.
In eight years under Guenther Steiner Haas produced shock results, endured public rows with sponsors and seen one of its drivers climb out of an inferno.
With the new under-construction Flatrock facility boasting a 10km layout, we look back at all the biggest tracks to have hosted grands prix.
There are only 10 teams on the Formula 1 grid but between them they’ve had over 30 different identities. Here’s how they changed over the years.
Mercedes’ years of domination of Formula 1 between 2014 and 2020 paled in comparison to Max Verstappen’s annihilation of the competition this year.
Red Bull’s junior team played a crucial role in developing the Honda power units which helped make the senior squad champions again.
After Alexander Albon’s fine seventh place in Canada, here are our favourite moments when F1’s underdogs broke through to score big results.
Jenson Button’s last-lap pass concluded a thrilling Canadian Grand Prix in 2011 but under today’s rules it would have been stopped before half-distance.
McLaren have unveiled three special liveries it will run in next month’s Indianapolis 500, commemorating its wins in each of the three ‘Triple Crown’ races.
McLaren responded to Felipe Massa’s call for “justice” over the outcome of the 2008 world championship with the words: “denial is a river in Egypt”.
Felipe Massa sees parallels between the Tour de France doping controversy and the Crashgate scandal he believes cost him the 2008 world championship. Is he right?
Former Formula 1 team principal Eddie Jordan has revealed a deal he made with golfing star Nick Faldo to make Michael Schumacher’s first F1 test happen.
Jean-Pierre Jabouille, whose victory for Renault in the 1979 French Grand Prix heralded a new era of turbo-powered Formula 1 cars, has died at the age of 80.
A decade since the thrilling 2012 season finale, no race has received a higher rating from our readers. Will anything ever top that stunning Interlagos title-decider?
This week 40 years ago, an Italian fashion label signed a deal which began one of F1’s most successful, influential and colourful sponsorship programmes.
Michael Andretti’s chance of a Formula 1 debut in 1986 was thwarted when the sport’s governing body refused to give him a superlicence.
The FIA is looking into admitting a new team into Formula 1. But while gaining an entry is difficult, staying in is even harder.
Nissan driver Norman Nato has chosen to race as number 17 in his return to Formula E next year as a tribute to Jules Bianchi, his fellow French racer who died seven years ago.