Charles Leclerc’s qualifying crash last weekend was accidental, but Formula 1’s rules leave room for drivers to benefit from deliberate ‘mistakes’.
Formula 1 teams were once forbidden from mixing up their liveries mid-season. What changed which allowed McLaren to run a special design in Monaco?
RaceFans spoke to Red Bull CEO Christian Horner about why Mercedes was the “obvious” place for it to hire staff for its new engine division.
A call to introduced secret voting was welcomed by Formula 1 team bosses, but it will only stop one opportunity for collusion.
Mercedes CEO Toto Wolff said Williams driver George Russell shouldn’t have raced as hard as he did against one of his team’s cars.
New sponsors are flocking to Formula 1 and its teams thanks to increased viewership through Netflix, social media and more.
What’s behind Ferrari’s decision to end its 50-year absence from top-level sports car racing – and why it hasn’t closed the door on a move into IndyCar.
Aston Martin CEO Otmar Szafnauer fumed over new F1 rules he reckons have cost the team up to a second per lap, but there’s no grounds for complaint over how they were introduced.
Formula E founder Alejandro Agag has called again for the series to look to a long-term merger with Formula 1. But is that really in the best interests of motorsport?
Porsche is yet again tipped to be considering an entry into Formula 1. But are there any signs they’re serious about it this time?
The confirmation of F1’s engine freeze for 2022 fired the starting gun for Red Bull to begin building the new facility which will service their ex-Honda power units next year.
After a series of rejections, F1 is making yet another attempt to introduce sprint races. Why are they so eager to add Saturday races to grand prix weekends?
One potential entrant has welcomed comments by F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali indicating the $200 million fee new teams must pay could be waived in certain cases.
First the ‘Mexico City’ and ‘Sao Paulo’ GPs, now the ‘Made in Italy and Emilia-Romagna GP’ has been announced. Are traditional F1 race names going out of fashion?
The emergence of a major new player in the automotive world means Sauber’s coming deal extension with Ferrari doesn’t necessarily guarantee its Alfa Romeo branding will remain.
Lewis Hamilton needs a car and Mercedes need their champion – so why have negotiations over a new contract between the two dragged well into 2021?
Cyril Abiteboul’s departure from Renault’s rebranded Alpine team was not widely expected – but don’t be surprised if he turns up in F1 again soon.