Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff has said teams agreed to postpone 2021 regulations last week in order to strengthen the sport, while Mercedes themselves remain unconfirmed in F1 beyond 2020.
McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran has said the 2021 F1 cost cap offers potential synergies with a WEC hypercar programme.
Nico Hulkenberg has confirmed that Renault will bring upgrades to the French Grand Prix, which have “pretty optimistic” expectations.
Teams have waived their right to dispute the cost cap, with a ‘soft’ cap coming as early as 2020.
Ferrari have confirmed they will not appeal against Vettel’s Canada penalty, however, the team could pursue another way to protest the decision.
The Racing Point boss has said new regulations must equalise prize payments, not risk F1 becoming a spec series, to improve racing.
Kevin Magnussen has said his Haas F1 team would let him race at Le Mans alongside his father, Jan Magnussen.
The Mercedes F1 boss has said that any regulatory change will advantage already dominant teams.
McLaren rookie Lando Norris says he’s more excited about racing on the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for the first time than he was about his Monaco Grand Prix debut.
After failing to close the gap to Mercedes in Spain, Ferrari’s season is unlikely to improve in Monaco according to Sebastian Vettel.
Does forcing drivers who qualify in the top 10 to start on old tyres create better races? Is the ‘Q3 tyre rule’ a success or failure? Have your say.
Formula E champion Lucas di Grassi wants the championship to go “wild” with its future cars and aim for F1-beating acceleration.
Verstappen has received a five-place grid drop following a post-qualifying gearbox replacement.
Stewart-Haas driver Clint Bowyer told Racefans that getting to new circuits was key to audience growth – for NASCAR and F1.
Formula One drivers have been cautiously supportive of the all-female series, with Lance Stroll saying that it’s normal to have sports categories separated by gender.
Brendon Hartley and Pierre Gasly suspect their near-identical spins and early retirements from the Russian Grand Prix were caused by a front brake fault.
Jacques Villeneuve won the championship 20 years ago today after a controversial attack from rival Michael Schumacher in the 1997 European Grand Prix.
Today in 1997 Michael Schumacher took a one-point championship lead with one race to go after Jacques Villeneuve was disqualified from the Japanese Grand Prix.
Jacques Villeneuve’s victory in the 1997 Luxembourg Grand Prix was the last of his career and put him within touching distance of the title.
Jacques Vileneuve cut Michael Schumacher’s lead to a single point on this day 20 years ago after the Ferrari driver was handed a ten-second stop-go penalty.