The promoters of the Spanish Grand Prix have confirmed this year’s race will go ahead without spectators.
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McLaren’s long-serving motorhome, officially known as the Brand Centre, will no longer be seen around the racing tracks of Europe.
Formula 1 remains in discussion with the Canadian Grand Prix promoters about the possibility of staging this year’s race, amid reports it has been cancelled.
Imola, Algarve and Jeddah will be missing from F1 2021 when the game arrives for major and next-generation platforms in July.
New Grand Prix Drivers Association director George Russell defended Lewis Hamilton’s driving in Bahrain and called for more consistent enforcement of track limits.
As Silverstone seeks full attendance at the British Grand Prix, race promoters in Hungary, the Netherlands, Italy, Russia, USA and Brazil have the same aim.
AlphaTauri is hoping to continue with its strategy from the Bahrain GP where it made it through to the final qualifying segment on the same tyre as the fastest teams.
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.
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.
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.
AlphaTauri will bring a series of updates for their car over the next three races having begun the new season with the fourth-fastest car.
Changing the rules on track limits during a race weekend makes it “difficult” for fans to follow races said F1 drivers after the Bahrain Grand Prix.
AlphaTauri rookie Yuki Tsunoda is on his way to becoming Formula 1’s newest star, Red Bull motorsport consultant Helmut Marko predicted.
The FIA will conduct new, deeper technical inspections of Formula 1 cars following races this year to ensure all teams comply with the regulations.
Formula 1’s pre-race End Racism recognition will look slightly different in 2021 as the sport seeks to focus attention all aspects of its ‘WeRaceAsOne’ initiative.
Ferrari have given the strongest indication yet how much progress they have made with their power unit, the team’s biggest weakness last season.
McLaren has signed FIA junior karting champion Ugo Ugochukwu on a long-term deal, giving the Formula 1 team an option on the future services of the 13-year-old.