In 2022 Valtteri Bottas will move from the world champions to the team that’s ninth in the standings. But his future (and former) team boss sees better days ahead.
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FIA faces a choice between change and continuity as the Todt era ends
Two candidates – so far – have put forward their names to succeed Jean Todt as president of the FIA. Who is likeliest to win election?
Exclusive: How a ‘dream’ chance to lead Williams put Capito’s retirement plans on hold
Jost Capito was heading for retirement when Williams called. In an exclusive interview for RaceFans, he explains why he couldn’t turn down the opportunity.
Who is F1’s most powerful figure in the post-Ecclestone era?
Is the most powerful person in Formula 1 today a team boss, a car manufacturer, an administrator – or a driver? Dieter Rencken considers where true power lies in the post-Bernie Ecclestone era.
Revealed: What’s in F1’s new rules for 2020 and 2021
The FIA World Motor Sport Council will vote today on new F1 rules for 2020 and 2021. RaceFans reveals what’s changed – and why.
Too much information? Why F1 is adding yet more TV graphics
Are F1’s TV graphics crowding out the cars? Dieter Rencken looks into why the sport is packing ever more sophisticated visuals into its race broadcasts.
“Compared to two years ago it’s a huge step forward”: Alfa Romeo’s Vasseur speaks to RaceFans
Two years ago Sauber was last in the championship. Team principal Frederic Vasseur tells RaceFans how the Alfa Romeo-branded squad has turned its form around.
Which races will F1 lose as Liberty realigns the calendar?
Zandvoort was announced as the second addition to the F1 calendar for 2020 yesterday. Which venues will have to make way as Liberty Media seeks new races?
“We don’t have to be here” – but Steiner expects the Haas model is here to stay
While Haas’s critics are lobbying Liberty Media to scrap the ‘B team’ model, Guenther Steiner believes his squad is on a firm footing for the future,
F1 has six months to avoid its own ‘no-deal’ disaster
The 2021 season may be two years away, but Liberty Media has less than six months to win backing from teams for its planned overhaul of the sport, as Dieter Rencken explains.