Pirelli has largely finalised the construction of its new 18-inch tyres for the 2022 F1 season and is starting work on developing compounds at this week’s test.
Lewis Hamilton revealed he volunteered to test Pirelli’s new 18-inch tyres for 2022 because he is planning to keep racing in F1 next year.
The Japanese Grand Prix will remain at Suzuka until at least the 2024 season after the circuit agreed a new deal with Formula 1.
The promoters of the Miami Grand Prix, which will hold its first F1 race in 2022, have revealed a simulated onboard lap of the new Hard Rock Stadium circuit.
George Russell says CCTV footage of his collision with Valtteri Bottas makes the incident look “very different”, and accepts his rival was “probably not” to blame.
The addition of the Miami Grand Prix to the 2022 Formula 1 calendar will not expand the schedule beyond its current record 23 races.
Carlos Sainz Jnr failed to reach Q3 at Imola, but believes he had the pace to match Ferrari team mate Charles Leclerc in fourth.
Williams’ head of vehicle performance Dave Robson says George Russell may have been unsettled by Nicholas Latifi being fast “out of the blocks” at Imola
Esteban Ocon believes he maximised the potential of his Alpine in qualifying for the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix by taking ninth place.
Red Bull’s Max Verstappen says the “scrappy lap” that cost him Emilia-Romagna GP pole was a rare moment for him in F1
Charles Leclerc says third place in the 2021 constructors’ championship is a “realistic goal” for Ferrari, who finished sixth last year.
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.
The Bahrain Grand Prix promoters have announced the night race will be solar-powered from the 2022 Formula 1 season.
Formula 1 must hold more than three days of pre-season testing next year when it introduces new technical regulations, team bosses say.
Nine F1 teams will participate in tests at nine different circuits to evaluate Pirelli’s new, 18-inch wheels for the 2022 Formula 1 season.
A revival of the South African Grand Prix at Kyalami is more likely to happen in 2023 than next season, according to the CEO of SAGP, which is looking to run the event.
Formula 1 teams have an informal agreement to ensure no power unit manufacturer is disadvantaged by the incoming freeze on development, according to Red Bull team principal Christian Horner.
F1 power units will be frozen at the start of 2022, with no performance balancing mechanism, and new regulations are planned to arrive in 2025.
The F1 Commission will discuss whether to scrap rules which allow the FIA to specify the design of certain car parts at its meeting tomorrow.
Red Bull’s hopes of continuing to use Honda power units after the 2021 F1 season rest on a crucial vote next week on changes to the engine regulations.