A survey revealed limited support from fans for F1’s new sprint format, but CEO Stefano Domenicali is encouraged by the results and plans more rounds next year.
Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali responded to calls for spectators at Spa-Francorchamps to be compensated for today’s drastically shortened, rain-hit race.
If Formula 1 wants an American driver so badly, why does its superlicence points system reward IndyCar drivers so poorly?
New F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali insists the sport will not seek to have staff and competitors prioritised for vaccinations to ensure its 23-race schedule can go ahead.
Formula 1 will make another attempt to win teams over to its plan for Saturday sprint races but new CEO Stefano Domenicali declares “reverse grid is over”.
New Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali admits he is uncertain over the future of the sport’s star driver Lewis Hamilton.
Formula 1 may shorten its record 23-race schedule in future seasons, new CEO Stefano Domenicali has indicated.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff says he spoke to F1 about the CEO role but Ferrari would not have accepted him taking the job.
Stefano Domenicali rejected a return to his former team Ferrari in order to take up the role of Formula 1 CEO, following the intervention of Renault’s new boss.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto praised F1’s decision to appoint Stefano Domenicali, one of his predecessors at the team, to replace Chase Carey as CEO of the sport.
Lewis Hamilton says “the future is positive” after Formula 1 confirmed Stefano Domenicali will take over from Chase Carey as CEO next year.
Former Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali is poised to make a surprise return to Formula 1 as the CEO of the sport, RaceFans has learned.
Ferrari’s failure to win any championships in the last five seasons combined with the pressure of leading the team led Stefano Domenicali to resign as Ferrari team principal, Fernando Alonso believes.
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali says he was unhappy to see Sebastian Vettel being booed again after his victory in the Singapore Grand Prix.
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali says his team must make a better start to this season than they did in 2012 and 2011.
Ferrari team principal says race strategy is more important this year.
“Red Bull, Mercedes, McLaren, and some other teams” to challenge for wins in 2011.
Domenicali says Ferrari want “a car that is super-competitive and reliable from the very start”.
Domenicali says he still thinks he’s the “right person” to lead Ferrari despite the Abu Dhabi error.