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Stefano Domenicali, F1’s new CEO, has revealed discussions have already taken place during his tenure with new manufacturers about coming into the sport.
Formula 1 has unveiled a 2021 draft calendar to the teams – reported to comprise 23 races with two triple-headers.
Departing F1 supremo Chase Carey thinks the sport should not let its history get in the way of introducing ideas such as reverse-grid races.
Formula 1 has insisted the increased number of positive COVID-19 tests leading up to the Russian Grand Prix shows the sport’s safety protocols are working well.
F1 fans appear divided over whether reverse-grid qualifying races would be a positive introduction to the sport.
F1 race director Michael Masi has hinted at “a couple of surprises” when the remainder of the rejigged 2020 calendar is finalised.
Is this the most talented and likeable grid in Formula 1 history? We explain why the current crop of drivers are such great ambassadors.
Formula 1 has produced its 2020 Q2 financial figures – and unsurprisingly, due to the global health pandemic, revenues plummeted and a big loss was incurred.
With less than a month to go until Formula 1 finally returns, Torquing Point takes a look at how the teams and drivers are preparing
Formula 1 says that there will be no changes to the broadcasters that will provide coverage of the revised 2020 season.
The Formula 1 team bosses reportedly had a “constructive” meeting on Thursday but did not agree to a reduced budget cap, at least not yet.
Jean Todt believes that, once the 2020 season is ready to get underway, it’s possible that two or three races will take place per month.
Amid the disruption to the 2020 season, it has been reported that Formula 1 has cancelled contracts with various camera staff.
Formula 1 has announced that F1 Tv, the sport’s official on-demand streaming service, will be free to everyone for the next 30 days.
Lando Norris and Nicholas Latifi were flying the flag for F1 in the latest Veloce Esports races, with the former taking a win.
Formula 1 is on hiatus, and we don’t know when it will be back. In the meantime, there’s plenty of material you can watch to fill the void.
In another week without any racing, there’s still plenty to discuss from the world of Formula 1 in the third edition of Torquing Point.
What next for the 2020 season? Finley Crebolder and Michelle Foster discuss that and recap the Melbourne mayhem in episode two of Torquing Point.
Following the postponements and cancellations of the opening four races of the 2020 season, Formula 1 have begun reimbursing F1 TV subscribers.
Formula 1 has announced plans to have all Grands Prix to use sustainable products by 2025 and to have a net-zero carbon footprint by 2030.