The FIA has stopped enforcing a limit on the severity of ‘porpoising’ by Formula 1 cars, but is prepared to reintroduce it if required.
F1’s tyre suppliers Pirelli have introduced revised 18-inch tyres for 2023 – but how did drivers view them after their first race weekend?
McLaren may have started 2023 badly, but they already know what their major problems are and claim to already have comprehensive solutions lined up.
He may have only had 18 minutes in qualifying, and his race lasted 13 laps, but Oscar Piastri impressed McLaren with his F1 debut in Bahrain.
AlphaTauri team boss Franz Tost says Yuki Tsunoda needs to work on how he conducts himself on the radio to improve his concentration in the car.
Lando Norris says Aston Martin’s leap forward shows there is “no reason” why McLaren cannot turn around their disappointing start to 2023.
Red Bull’s dominant one-two victory in the Bahrain Grand Prix was the best start any team has made to a season in 25 years.
Could Aston Martin rival Red Bull this year? Team principal Mike Krack, technical director Dan Fallows and Fernando Alonso assess their potential.
Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur says their failure to reach the Bahrain Grand Prix podium does not show the team needs to change the concept behind its SF-23 car.
Red Bull has reaped the rewards of signing an experienced driver alongside Max Verstappen following its prior reliance on youth, says team principal Christian Horner.
In the round-up: Hamilton suggests Mercedes “didn’t listen” to his input on 2023 car • Raikkonen returns to NASCAR • IndyCar team penalised following Daytona 24 Hours win
Fernando Alonso claimed a podium finish on his debut for Aston Martin in Bahrain. Here’s the story of his race as revealed by his team radio messages.
Formula 1 will test a change to its qualifying format in round six of the season at Imola but drivers are not keen on the plan.
After the longest off-season in years, the teams assembled for the first race of the 2023 F1 season, and while the winner was widely expected there was one surprise addition to the podium.
In the round-up: Only Aston Martin made more progress than Williams – Albon • Horner doubts Red Bull will win all 23 races • Hamilton’s Extreme E team partners with Rodin Carlin
Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur saw reasons to be encouraged by their performance in the Bahrain Grand Prix despite Red Bull’s emphatic win.
Three drivers began their rookie F1 campaigns at Bahrain, and all three ended Sunday in a good mood despite their finishing positions.
Lance Stroll said he was struggling to drive due to the pain from his injured wrists over the final laps of the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Alfa Romeo pitted Zhou Guanyu at the end of the Bahrain Grand Prix in a bid to set the fastest lap and deprive rivals Alpine of the bonus point.
Alpine says the errors that led to Esteban Ocon getting three penalties during the Bahrain Grand Prix will not happen again.