The FIA has formally invited applications for up to two new teams to enter Formula 1 from 2025.
In the round-up: Alesi becomes Paul Ricard circuit president • Mercedes junior on course for title • F1 tests ‘an off-season thing’ for IndyCar pair
The only existing Formula 1 car used by an American driver to win a world championship will be put up for auction at the end of the current season.
New AlphaTauri driver Nyck de Vries admits he struggled to cope with the pressure at times on his way to F1 and was “too scared” to face one team after a crash.
Haas have unveiled the livery for their Ferrari-powered VF-23, with new title sponsor MoneyGram providing the colour scheme for the car.
The 2023 Formula 1 launch season starts today! Here are the trends and areas of interest to watch out for as the first cars appear.
In the round-up: No 2023 car at Red Bull’s Friday launch but rumours grow of Ford tie-up • Vassuer will “fight like hell” with friend Wolff • Bedrin joins Jenzer for FIA F3
Haas will be the first F1 team to reveal its new look for 2023 tomorrow. Will its experienced line-up lift it above eighth in the championship last year?
New Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur has rubbished claims the team has gained 30bhp from its power unit during the off-season.
German car manufacturer Audi has purchased a minority stake in Sauber, the Formula 1 team has confirmed.
Valtteri Bottas has expressed concern over the FIA’s new rules restricting drivers’ political expressions.
In the round-up: Ekstrom beats Schumacher in ROC final • IndyCar drivers star in Daytona 24 • Saleh joins Sauber academy
Out of all the major motorsport series and the various qualifying formats they use, which is the best system used to determine the grid order?
In the round-up: F1 owner Liberty Media named most valuable sports empire • Red flags and Safety Cars in Kuwait’s first races • Herta keen to run Wickens in Indy 500
Books about Ferrari are not hard to come by, so does this new one focusing on the team’s racing in the early Sixties bring anything worthy to the table?
In the round-up: Williams esports apologises for driver conduct • Vettel in awe of rally drivers’ skills • Mercedes among thousands of FTX creditors
The FIA says sexist comments made by Mohammed Ben Sulayem 20 years before he became president of the governing body do not reflect his current beliefs.
Jack Aitken, who has been a Williams reserve driver since 2020, will not continue in the role for 2023, the team has confirmed.
New Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur revealed he has spoken to two notable predecessors in preparation for taking over the role.
Alfa Romeo has announced a crypto betting firm as its new co-title sponsor in place of Orlen in a move which is likely to spell the end for Robert Kubica’s time at the team.