Seven-times world champion Lewis Hamilton will leave Mercedes at the end of this year and join Ferrari for the 2025 season.
McLaren have announced Lando Norris will remain with McLaren beyond 2025 after signing a contract extension with their driver.
Charles Leclerc will remain as a Ferrari driver for “several” more seasons after he signed a contract extension with his current team.
Williams have confirmed that Logan Sargeant will retain his seat within the team alongside Alexander Albon for 2024.
Liam Lawson’s performances as a substitute for AlphaTauri may earn him a full-time seat in the future, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has said.
World Endurance Championship title holder and Le Mans 24 Hours winner Ryo Hirakawa has joined McLaren’s driver development programme.
McLaren has agreed a two-year contract extension with Oscar Piastri which will keep the rookie at the team until the end of the 2026 season.
Zhou Guanyu will remain alongside Valtteri Bottas at the team currently known as Alfa Romeo in 2024. Theo Pourchaire will be their reserve driver.
Formula 1’s driver market offers no respite from a tedious season of racing as no moves are on the cards for next season.
Lewis Hamilton will remain at Mercedes for the next two seasons having agreed a further contract extension with the team he has driven for since 2013.
Nico Hulkenberg and Kevin Magnussen will remain at Haas for the 2024 Formula 1 season, the team has confirmed.
Nyck de Vries has lost his Formula 1 seat with AlphaTauri after just 10 grands prix. Daniel Ricciardo has been confirmed as his replacement.
Another potential new entrant to the Formula 1 grid, Asian-based LKY SUNZ, has announced its intention to join the series.
AlphaTauri have announced their team principal Franz Tost will step down at the end of this season, and be replaced by Laurent Mekies.
Reigning world champion Max Verstappen has signed a partnership with gaming giant EA Sports, who produce the official F1 game.
Red Bull have unveiled the livery their RB19 will race in as they look to defend both the drivers’ and constructors’ championships in 2023.
The final Formula 1 car to carry the Alfa Romeo name will be unveiled on Tuesday 7th March, the team has announced.
AlphaTauri will reveal their new livery for the 2023 season in an unveiling in New York City in the United States, the team have announced.
Mick Schumacher has left Ferrari and joined Mercedes as its new reserve driver for the 2023 Formula 1 season.
Formula 1 should not replace next year’s cancelled Chinese Grand Prix if it does not find a suitable replacement, McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown believes