Articles by Sam Cooper
Max Verstappen compared the Aston Martin Safety Car to a turtle but Ferrari's Charles Leclerc was not so willing to criticise.
Red Bull Powertrains will be one of the new suppliers in 2026 after Honda's departure and Christian Horner has said the team is "on target."
Spending a year together at Aston Martin, Otmar Szafnauer has joked that Sebastian Vettel is not over him leaving.
Despite some excellent performances, Fernando Alonso has only two points so far this season but is hoping that will change soon.
Teams are no longer being ordered to give a place back, which means Sergio Perez and Red Bull could have used it to their advantage.
Drivers met for four hours with F1 bosses but Kevin Magnussen said the process to come to the decision to race had been "a united effort".
Having missed the first two races, Sebastian Vettel will finally begin his 2022 campaign at the Australian Grand Prix.
Fans were given a hint of what is to come with a thrilling battle between Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc in Saudi Arabia.
A total of 78 points from 88 available is not a bad way to start a season and even Mattia Binotto admitted he was surprised.
Drivers met for four hours and were reported to be unwilling to race until Toto Wolff and other team principals spoke to them.
While some team principals may grimace at their drivers racing each other, Otmar Szafnauer said he is happy to let Alonso and Ocon continue.
Having grown used to leading from the front, Toto Wolff said he is missing being a part of the 'fun games' F1 has to offer.
Mick Schumacher is in the final year of his Haas contract and said it is "important to talk to every top team".
Red Bull say a fuel system vacuum issue was the cause of their double DNF during a weekend to forget in Bahrain.
Max Verstappen is known for being aggresive after a safety car but his restart tactics at the Bahrain Grand Prix have been questioned.
McLaren were left scratching their head as to why a brake problem only appeared during the test in Bahrain and not in simulations.
Formula 1 pundit Martin Brundle has said the sport is in a better place when Ferrari are challenging for wins and podiums.
George Russell hinted it may not be until the summer break before Mercedes fix the issues keeping them from challenging for race wins.
Aston Martin's chief technology officer made the startling admission after both drivers finished outside of the points in Bahrain.
Max Verstappen's driving style has often been described as aggressive and now Toto Wolff reckons George Russell's is more intellectual.
After a missile targeted Jeddah, F1 bosses are reportedly "monitoring" the situation ahead of the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix at the weekend.