Aston Martin have announced in 2025 they will enter their Valkyrie hypercar into the top class of the World Endurance Championship.
Fernando Alonso expressed frustration that one of his radio messages during the Japanese Grand Prix was broadcast on Formula 1’s television feed “out of context.”
Jessica Hawkins completed her first test in a Formula 1 car at the Hungaroring last week, Aston Martin has announced.
Lando Norris reckons McLaren can beat Aston Martin in the constructors’ championship this year after a double McLaren podium in Japan.
Following the Italian GP, the 14th round of the F1 season, Lance Stroll trails team mate Fernando Alonso by 123 points in the standings
Fernando Alonso says Aston Martin fell short of their expectations in Singapore, on a track they thought would suit their car.
Lance Stroll’s detractors should take note of the commitment he showed when he crashed at the end of Q1 yesterday, says his team principal Mike Krack.
Lance Stroll has been withdrawn from today’s Singapore Grand Prix following his huge crash during qualifying yesterday, his team have confirmed.
Aston Martin have confirmed that Lance Stroll is uninjured after he suffered a heavy crash at the end of Q1 during qualifying.
Following the delight of their return to the podium at Zandvoort, Aston Martin endured their least competitive weekend of 2023 so far at Monza.
Ferrari should not be trailing Aston Martin in the constructors championship given how competitive their car is, says Fernando Alonso.
Fernando Alonso returned to the podium for the first time in five races last weekend but is not yet sure Aston Martin are back to their best.
In the round-up: Drugovich to drive in F1 practice at Monza • Stroll rues “a lot of wrong decisions” with strategy • Barter to miss F3 finale
Mercedes and Aston Martin have both brought upgrades to Zandvoort for this weekend, but Ferrari have gone without any again.
In the round-up: Aston Martin have budget to improve ’23 car • Rast out at McLaren Formula E • Silverstone to pay resident fines
Aston Martin should be second in the championship, but as one driver has scored less than a quarter of their points the team is punching below its weight.
Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack says his team are “still not anywhere near a podium” but are making positive steps forward with their car.
Fernando Alonso said Aston Martin addressed some of the problems they identified with their car after scoring his best result since the Canadian Grand Prix.
Aston Martin team principal Mike Krack says they will reverse their slump after realising in Hungary “we haven’t gone in the right direction.”
Fernando Alonso says Aston Martin expected to be more competitive in Hungary but ended up as the fifth-fastest team.