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Formula 1 team bosses have reportedly said no to reverse grid races as Wednesday’s vote failed to win unanimous support.
Formula 1 fans will known later this week whether reverse grid qualifying races will take place next season with F1 bosses set to vote on it on Wednesday.
Formula 1 owners, Liberty Media, are set for an end-of-season reshuffle with commercial boss, Sean Bratches, set to leave his role.
The F1 drivers may not like it but Ross Brawn says Liberty Media has “unanimous team support” to trial reverse grids at some 2020 grands prix.
Monza will continue to host the Italian Grand Prix until 2024 at least, having signed a new deal with Liberty Media.
Formula 1 managing director, Ross Brawn, has said that teams are interested in joining the sport – but don’t expect to see any before 2022.
The Spanish Grand Prix will remain on the 2020 F1 calendar after agreeing a one-year extension with Liberty Media.
Liberty Media want to increase the popularity of F1 in the United States and feel a new high-profile team from the country will help.
The Formula One Group have confirmed a modest revenue boost for the second quarter of 2019 compared to 2018.
Formula 1 has to take steps to close the gap between the top-three teams and the rest of the field after everyone from P5 down was lapped at the Hungarian GP.
After a dull start to the season, Ross Brawn believes Formula 1 has delivered the best possible response to the “unfortunate criticism”.
Ross Brawn has downplayed concerns that the 2021 F1 cars will all look the same as the sport incorporates more standard parts as well as “prescriptive regulation”.
The latest blueprint for F1 in 2021 has been revealed and a return to ‘ground effect’ looks set help bring back the wow factor.
Silverstone’s future on the Formula 1 calendar is now reportedly safe with a new deal in place that will take effect from 2020 onwards.
Liberty Media remain intent on creating a Miami Grand Prix for Formula 1 despite their struggles to find a suitable circuit.
Mercedes team principal, Toto Wolff, believes the links of him becoming the new boss of Formula 1 are an attempt to “trigger scepticism”.
With two 21-year-old drivers on the Austrian GP podium in Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc, F1 has a “brilliant future” according to sporting boss Ross Brawn.
Ex-Formula 1 owner, Bernie Ecclestone, has revealed his own vision for 2021, which would start by excluding all teams from discussions about the sport’s future.
Ross Brawn has applauded Lewis Hamilton’s commitment to helping shape the sport’s future after the Mercedes driver stated that FIA and Liberty Media need the drivers’ input.
Formula 1 CEO, Chase Carey, is not expecting any big growth spurts with TV audiences given Mercedes’ dominance so far in the 2019 campaign.
Formula 1 teams and the powers-that-be have agreed to delay the publication of the 2021 regulations until October, following concerns that they are “immature.”
Formula 1 are set to delay the confirmation of 2021 regulations until October, following a meeting of team principals on Saturday morning in Montreal.
Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey wants the Formula 1 calendar to remain “stable” in 2020, meaning two races are likely to go.
Porsche’s interest in potentially returning to Formula 1 went as far as creating a new engine that could have powered cars from the 2021 season and beyond.
Spanish Grand Prix organisers have called for “urgent” discussions to try and keep the Spanish Grand Prix at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Liberty Media will push for more free-to-air Formula 1 grands prix, but don’t expect any changes in the UK until 2024.
The FIA have published another tender to further standardise Formula 1 from 2021 and beyond; this time concerning parts of the fuel system.
Formula 1’s next addition could be either Morocco or South Africa with commercial managing director Sean Bratches saying Africa is “really important” to Liberty Media.
There is an extremely high chance that the Spanish Grand Prix will remain on the calendar next season, according to Vicenc Aguilera.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has been tipped as a potential successor to Chase Carey as Formula 1’s CEO once his current contract with the Silver Arrows expires.