In the round-up: Ben Sulayem ‘Attacked for doing the right thing’ • Mercedes face FTX lawsuit • Formula E revises its Berlin track
In the round-up: No plans to move Baku FIA prize gala • Garcia, Hamda Al Qubaisi take F1 Academy wins • Tramnitz wins opening FREC race
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem is confident Andretti-Cadillac will overcome the opposition to expanding the Formula 1 grid so they can join the series.
In the round-up: FIA will make F1 cars lighter in 2026 – Ben Sulayem • Frijns returns to Envision in FE • Kirkwood says he should have four street track wins
What were two of the most powerful figures in Formula 1 discussing in Silverstone? Can you come up with the best caption for this picture?
In the round-up: McLaren ‘could be second to sixth team’ in Hungary – Piastri • Van ‘t Hoff “left a mark on our hearts” – Ben Sulayem • Driver retires after fatality
The FIA urges caution over the number of people allowed onto the grid at races following incidents at the Australian and Spanish grands prix.
In the round-up: Ben Sulayem faces accusations of sexism and bullying from newspaper • Azerbaijan GP grandstands sold out • Just eight cars for Euroformula opener
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has suffered the tragic loss of his son Saif, who died two days ago.
The FIA has published a white paper, outlining the governing body of motorsport’s intentions to tackle what it described as “intolerable levels” of online abuse.
The FIA has issued a clarification regarding its clampdown on drivers expressing political views.
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has handed the day-to-day running of Formula 1 over to Nikolas Tombazis in a “natural next step” for the federation.
The FIA says sexist comments made by Mohammed Ben Sulayem 20 years before he became president of the governing body do not reflect his current beliefs.
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem wants to concentrate more on rallying after being “sucked into Formula 1” in 2022. Is that likely to happen?
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has been urged to scrap a new rule forbidding drivers such as Lewis Hamilton from making political statements.
Formula 1 has criticised comments made by president Mohammed Ben Sulayem yesterday regarding the value of the sport in a letter to the FIA.
The president of the FIA says any potential buyer for Formula 1 must apply “common sense” following reports a Saudi Arabian fund made a $20 billion (£16.16bn) bid for the sport.
The FIA’s president has cited concern of “personal agendas” as a reason the International Sporting Code was revised to restrict “political statements”
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem says motorsport’s governing body will launch a process to find possible new teams to join the Formula 1 grid.
One year on from the deeply controversial conclusion to the 2021 world championship, how has the fall-out changed Formula 1?