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Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has responded to criticism from Sebastian Vettel that the sport is not doing enough to improve its sustainability.
Formula 1 could be about to perform a U-turn regarding what constitutes the official pole position on a sprint qualifying weekend.
Medical chiefs have expressed fears about the Belgian Grand Prix taking place with a large crowd in attendance.
Qatar is the latest country that has been linked with filling a gap in the second half of this year’s Formula 1 calendar.
It has been revealed that, as it stands, the 2022 Formula 1 car concept will not include the use of DRS.
Formula 1 have confirmed that the Italian Grand Prix will be the host of the second sprint qualifying test event, and announced a revised schedule for the weekend.
Ross Brawn has said Formula 1 and the FIA have done an unprecedented amount of “intense work” to come up with the sport’s new car concept.
Formula 1 have given fans their best view so far of what next year’s cars will look like when the sport’s new era begins.
Formula 1 has announced a new programme of scholarships, apprenticeships and intern placements to help boost diversity in the sport.
FIA race director Michael Masi has said team members “think twice” about asking him questions, now that their radio messages can be broadcast.
Toto Wolff has said the new power units to be introduced in Formula 1 will “massively increase” the electrical element involved, so the sport can be “relevant” moving forward.
The driver ratings for the F1 2021 video game have been announced, and it’s fair to say there are some interesting calls…
Formula 1 have announced cryptocurrency website Crypto.com will sponsor the three sprint qualifying races in 2021, as well as partnering the sport for the remainder of the season.
FIA president Jean Todt said Formula 1 doesn’t need sprint races, adding that while he’s “not a big fan” of the idea, there’s no harm in trialling it.
Pirelli have announced their tyre selections for the Styrian and Austrian Grands Prix, and they will change their choices for each race.
After being absent from the calendar in 2020, Formula 1 heads back to the Circuit Paul Ricard for the French Grand Prix in the first ;eg of the season’s first triple-header of race weekends.
W Series has announced further broadcast deals that will enable them to reach 500 million viewers around the world, in its status as a Formula 1 support race this season.
Pirelli has confirmed their tyre selection for the French Grand Prix, which they feel will bring several “distinct strategies” with them.
Former Formula 1 drivers Brendon Hartley, Kazuki Nakajima and Sebastien Buemi were victorious in the 8 Hours of Portimao on Sunday in the World Endurance Championship.
A monument depicting double World Champion Alberto Ascari has been unveiled in the driver’s home town at the Milano Monza Motor Show.
Seeing as it’s a Sunday without Formula 1 to enjoy, we thought we’d take a look back at social media and find our favourite posts from the week just gone, and here’s what we found…
Circuit officials at Spa-Francorchamps have confirmed they have managed to repair the damage caused by a major flood at the track last week.
The University of Leicester and Formula 1 engineers have worked in tandem to create a pioneering system for medical staff to be able to communicate while wearing full personal protective equipment (PPE).
Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali says teams “need to be respectful” of Pirelli, who came under fire following two high-speed tyre problems in Baku.
Charles Leclerc has taken pole position for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix after a scintillating qualifying session in Baku on Saturday.
FIA race director Michael Masi has introduced a rule to stop drivers going “unnecessarily slowly” during qualifying in Baku.
Formula 1 would be prepared to avoid clashing with the Indy500 in future to enable its drivers to compete without missing the Monaco Grand Prix.
Pirelli have confirmed they will be bringing their three softest compounds to Baku for the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, in the hope of mixing up strategy options.
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has floated the idea of a points bonus based upon on a ‘grand slam’ during a sprint qualifying weekend.
Formula E CEO Jamie Reigle says it’s not currently part of his vision for the series to race on the same schedule as Formula 1.