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Formula 1 has unsurprisingly posted its biggest ever loss in Liberty Media’s financial results covering the 2020 season, which was badly disrupted by the health pandemic.
Formula 1’s global director of race promotion is optimistic that supporters will be present at most races in the 2021 season.
Saudi Arabia will host a race on the Formula 1 calendar for at least the next 10 years if not longer, as revealed by an F1 official.
Stefano Domenicali says he has “nothing to recommend” to Mattia Binotto other than to stay focused on Ferrari’s “priorities”.
Formula 1’s proposal to run three sprint races is aimed at attracting more attention to the sport with Stefano Domenicali saying “it is worth” delving into.
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has revealed two other American cities are in the running to host a second Formula 1 race in the US besides leading contender Miami.
Williams CEO Jost Capito believes Formula 1 must do more than just introduce a budget cap to make the sport truly accessible again.
Formula 1 boss Stefano Domenicali has confirmed that 25-race seasons have been discussed, but is prioritising quality over quantity.
Over two-thirds of Circuit Paul Ricard has been resurfaced in a bid to improve the racing experience for this year’s French Grand Prix.
Formula 1 teams are reported to be open to the idea of sprint races, but have requested further details as to how they would work.
A proposal to freeze engine development from the start of the 2022 season has been unanimously approved in the latest F1 commission meeting.
The FIA has confirmed that, subject to contract, Portimao will fill the final slot on the record-breaking 23-race 2021 calendar.
The plan to introduce three Saturday sprint races in the 2021 season is to be voted on in Thursday’s F1 Commission meeting.
F1 could have a new team on the grid, the Monaco F1 Racing Team, after the sport announced that it could waive the entry fee.
Stefano Domenicali has insisted F1 will try to keep triple-headers off the calendar – even though three more have been set for this year.
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali has confirmed talks are happening about turning the season-opening grand prix into a Bahrain double-header – with a swift decision expected.
New F1 chief Stefano Domenicali will speak with the drivers about their obligation to be “role models” after Nikita Mazepin courted controversy.
Formula 1 bosses are in talks with promoters to return the sport to Africa, while plans for a second race in the USA are also ongoing.
Ross Brawn feels there is more “jousting” and “entertainment” that genuine cause for concern in Lewis Hamilton negotiations with Mercedes.
Formula 1 is considering trialling Saturday sprint races with F1 chief Stefano Domenicali revealing that the plan for reverse grids is “over”.
New Formula 1 boss Stefano Domenicali has rubbished claims that F1 is boring, saying the growing audience numbers don’t speak to that.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is hopeful the second half of the 2021 season will be “reasonably normal” amid the global health situation.
If anyone is still sitting on the fence as to whether it is Lewis Hamilton or the car, Ross Brawn says they should watch a replay of his 2020 Turkish Grand Prix heroics.
Ross Brawn is not giving up on Formula 1 trialing alternate race weekend formats, but insists they must not create “strange results”.
Ross Brawn has signed a new contract to remain in charge of Formula 1’s sporting division under the ownership of Liberty Media.
Stefano Domenicali, Formula 1’s new CEO, believes the current crop of drivers is the most exciting in the sport’s history.
Formula 1 has announced a new TV broadcasting deal in Spain between DAZN and Movistar+ from the 2021 season, active from March 1.
Although hoping Lewis Hamilton does continue with Mercedes this season, F1 boss Stefano Domenicali admits he’s not entirely sure if the Brit will re-sign.
Former Ferrari team boss and new F1 chief Stefano Domenicali is backing the Scuderia to return to the front of the grid but concedes it won’t be an easy task this season.
Stefano Domenicali has suggested that the sport may adopt smaller calendars in the future with ‘the chance of a rotation’ between races.