Articles by Sam Cooper
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz say they are prepared to fight each other for the title after their car impressed in Bahrain.
Alfa Romeo's Zhou Guanyu became the 66th driver in the sport's history to score a point in his very first race.
Yuki Tsunoda moved from England to Italy and stopped ordering UberEats in an attempt to improve his fitness.
After Covid ruled him out of the Bahrain test, Daniel Ricciardo said he is "hungry" to get back into the McLaren car.
Fernando Alonso is said to be "much happier" with his Alpine ride after some changes moves it into the right "ballpark".
Former Aston Martin team principal Otmar Szafnauer hinted his relationship with team owner Lawrence Stroll was what made him leave.
Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko is the latest person in the paddock to not buy Mercedes' reported performance issues.
Aston Martin's performance director Tom McCullough has told fans to expect a very different car to the one seen during testing come race day.
McLaren's Andreas Seidl says he hopes Formula 1 will one day have every team independent from one another and shared parts kept to a minimum.
Talks are reportedly ongoing over Hockenheim replacing Sochi in the vacant date on the 2022 Formula 1 calendar.
The war of words between Christian Horner and Toto Wolff has begun early this year as the two pick up where they left off.
Anthony Davidson believes there is nothing Lewis Hamilton wants more than to "destroy" Max Verstappen this season.
Christian Horner said Andretti was a 'powerful name' but 'there are clear criteria through the Concorde Agreement' which need to be followed.
Daniel Ricciardo struggled at times last season but the team thinks they have got rid of some of the things causing him issues.
Mercedes has a long history of supplying the safety car and will continue to do so, alongside Aston Martin, for the 2022 season.
After signing on for another year in the W Series, Williams boss Jost Capito believes Jamie Chadwick must go to Formula 3 "at some point."
In a week which saw his team-mate sacked and the team lose a sponsorship, Mick Schumacher said he does not regret signing for Haas.
Valtteri Bottas says he has not set limits for what the Alfa Romeo can achieve as he prepares for his first season with the team.