Sebastian Vettel remains sceptical over whether Formula 1’s new Sprint Qualifying races will make grand prix weekends more exciting.
Aston Martin CEO Otmar Szafnauer has softened his stance over technical changes introduced for the 2021 F1 season.
Sebastian Vettel said the FIA’s decision on his Emilia-Romagna GP penalty was too slow, but FIA race director Michael Masi is not convinced.
Lance Stroll has lost his seventh-place finish in the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix after being penalised for overtaking a rival off the track.
Aston Martin CEO Otmar Szafnauer has called for urgent changes to Formula 1’s aerodynamic rules, which he believes have put his team at a disadvantage this year.
Formula 1 teams were left “blind” when a major systems failure struck during the first practice session for the Emilia-Romagna GP
Lewis Hamilton says his past rivalry with fellow multiple times Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel brought him closer to a driver he considers “a great man”.
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen will continue their fight at Imola – as will Ferrari and McLaren. Here are the talking points for the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix.
Aston Martin CEO Otmar Szafnauer says the team will not resign itself to an uncompetitive season following its disappointing start to 2021 in Bahrain.
Nico Hulkenberg will serve as the official reserve and development driver for Aston Martin this year, continuing his long association with the team.
Despite a torrid first race outing with Aston Martin, Sebastian Vettel believes he has identified the problem areas he must work on before the next grand prix.
Aston Martin have backed Sebastian Vettel to bounce back from his troubled first race weekend with the team in Bahrain.
In the round-up: Bottas unhappy team “wasted a tyre set” during Q1 • Lundgaard gets second place back after error • Formula E adds more double-header events
Sebastian Vettel faces the threat of a penalty ahead of this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix after being summoned to meet the stewards.
Aston Martin, which had seven Covid-19 cases among its staff last year, has registered two more positive tests ahead of the first F1 race of 2021.
Which teams left testing feeling positive about their performance, and who has a tough year ahead of them? And does one team still have a trick left up its sleeve?
After their dire campaign last year, did testing for the new season show Ferrari finally have something to smile about? Mattia Binotto thinks so.
Sebastian Vettel said he needed 100 more laps in his car after covering the lowest mileage of all 20 race drivers in pre-season testing.
Max Verstappen pipped rookie Yuki Tsunoda to the fastest time of pre-season testing by less than a tenth of a second.
Sergio Perez completed his pre-season testing for Red Bull by setting the best time on the morning of the final day.