The FIA has approved a series of changes to F1’s technical regulations and set a target for agreement of its new engine rules for 2026.
The promoters of the Australian Grand Prix have agreed a new 10-year contract with Formula 1 which will also bring Formula 2 and Formula 3 to Melbourne.
The “extremely positive growth” of Formula 1 has led Porsche and Audi to enter the series in 2026, says Volkswagen’s CEO Herbert Diess.
Formula 1 will continue to race at Imola in Italy until at least 2025 after signing a new deal with the race promoters.
Formula 2 and Formula 3 will trial new synthetic, sustainable fuels before they are introduced to Formula 1 in 2026.
If, as seems increasingly likely, Audi is about to commit to enter Formula 1, could they replicate the success they’ve enjoyed in many other series?
Formula 1 plans to reduce the dimensions of its cars in 2026 but admits it may not be able to make them lighter after years of rises in the minimum weight limit.
Formula 1 wants an exciting new engine format for 2025, but the rationale for an expensive change disappears if it fails to court manufacturer interest.
New F1 teams will have to pay a $200 million fee into an “anti-dilution fund” from next season. Is there any chance we’ll see more than 20 cars on the grid in the near future?
Formula 1 is discussing a future engine formula to replace its current V6 hybrid turbos. Is a move to electric power is inevitable in the long-term? Dieter Rencken proposes an alternative.
Formula 1’s new engine rules in 2026 must satisfy several different priorities, the sport’s managing director Ross Brawn tells RaceFans.
The transcripts from the House of Lords’ discussion on the future of the British Grand Prix makes interesting reading. According to them Donington Park’s deal to host the British Grand Prix has been extended from 10 to 17 years. The government also quoted Dutch financial institution ING saying “resources are in place” for the event … Continue reading Donington Park has British Grand Prix deal until 2026, claims government