F2 promoter Bruno Michel staunchly defends the FIA superlicence points system, but is a lack of critical thought serving his series’ interests?
FIA president Mohamed Ben Sulayem will discuss improvements to Formula 1’s sporting standards in a summit tomorrow after meeting with drivers at Monza.
The FIA has issued an invitation for engine manufacturers to tender for a contract to supply new power units to the Formula 2 championship from 2024 to 2026.
Ferrari have raised concerns over the FIA’s appointment of a former Mercedes executive to a senior position.
The FIA has published the updated Formula 1 driving standards guidelines which were issued ahead of the 2022 season.
The FIA has summoned Artem Severiukhin to a hearing tomorrow over his actions on the podium during the European Karting Championship in Portimao.
Minardi Formula 1 team founder Gian Carlo Minardi has been elected FIA single seater commission president by the World Motor Sport Council.
Russian Formula 3 Alexander Smolyar finished third in today’s season-opening race after entering the championship as a neutral competitor and switching to a plain black livery.
Russian Formula 3 driver Alexander Smolyar has reversed his decision not to participate in the FIA series this year and entered as a neutral driver.
The FIA has published new details of the commitment which Russian and Belarusian competitors must uphold in order to participate in events as neutrals.
The FIA has confirmed Formula 1 race director Michael Masi will not continue in the role following its investigation into the handling of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
The FIA have confirmed their internal investigation into the final laps of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is still ongoing.
The FIA’s secretary general for motorsport Peter Bayer will propose a review of its Formula 1 structure in light of the controversial end to last season.
Outgoing FIA president Jean Todt suggested the FIA has been too lenient of F1 teams and drivers being publicly critical of race officials.
The destiny of the 2021 drivers championship remains in doubt as Mercedes plan to appeal after losing a protest aimed at changing the result of Sunday’s race.
Two candidates – so far – have put forward their names to succeed Jean Todt as president of the FIA. Who is likeliest to win election?
Lewis Hamilton said the FIA’s call to stop racist abuse aimed at him on social media made him feel supported by the sport.
If Formula 1 wants an American driver so badly, why does its superlicence points system reward IndyCar drivers so poorly?
Formula 1 race director Michael Masi says an IndyCar-style rule penalising drivers for disrupting qualifying sessions could be introduced to the world championship.
Graham Stoker, the FIA deputy president for sport, has announced he will stand as a candidate to succeed Jean Todt as president of motorsport’s governing body.