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Two-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso has completed his Texas Motor Speedway Indycar test for McLaren Racing ahead of the 2019 Indianapolis 500.
McLaren has made a positive start to the 2019 Formula 1 season, exceeding its own expectations in the first couple of races.
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In June Formula 1 takes its usual trip across the North Atlantic to the cultural city of Montreal for the Canadian Grand Prix, one of the most popular events on the calendar. Motorsport Live looks at why it’s so popular.
Formula 1 is adding extra DRS zones to more and more grand prix tracks, and the 2019 aero rules have also increased its effect.
Brawn GP's rise from the ashes of Honda's moribund F1 team to world championship success 10 years ago was a rare story of triumph against adversity. But was that really the case? Stuart Codling assess the biggest talking point of the 2009 season
Chevrolet enjoyed its strongest performance of the year last week at Texas Motor Speedway. Could be a sign of a huge turnaround for the Camaro and specifically, Jimmie Johnson in 2019?
Having spent years making a little go a long way, Racing Point has ambitious expansion plans under its new ownership, which were revealed exclusively to F1 Racing and James Roberts
Among the usual race drivers who drove in testing in Bahrain this week were a clutch of junior and reserve drivers, plus Williams’s George Russell getting a taste of one of F1’s fastest cars in the Mercedes. Check them out in action.
Mick Schumacher, the son of seven-time world champion Michael, got behind the wheel of a contemporary Formula 1 car in Bahrain on Tuesday for the first time, driving the Ferrari SF90. The reigning European F3 champion, a Ferrari junior driver, will also test for Alfa Romeo on Wednesday.
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Two-time world champion Fernando Alonso returned to the cockpit of a contemporary Formula 1 car in Bahrain on Tuesday, driving the McLaren-Renault MCL34 for a Pirelli tyre test.
Ferrari may not have won the Bahrain Grand Prix, but its performance impressed our technical expert, who believes the team learned a lot from its Melbourne struggles.
Charles Leclerc lost a likely victory in the 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix due to a problem with his power unit, costing him the lead with 10 laps to go. But he’s not alone in suffering late-race mechanical misfortune over the years – here’s 10 drivers who lost the top spot on the very last lap!
The Formula 1 season is just two races old but the leading teams are well into the development war. Here Giorgio Piola looks at the updates from Ferrari, Mercedes, McLaren and more
Good morning. Welcome to our F1 Debrief after the Bahrain Grand Prix – your quick wrap-up of all the important stories that have taken place in the last 24 hours. Click on the links for each story...
Chain Bear is back, and he's kicking off his videos with us for 2019 with his defence of DRS, which has come in for plenty of criticism due to its increased power this year, and because of the third DRS zone that appears to be an unpopular addition at this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.
At just 21 years of age, Charles Leclerc has become the second youngest pole-sitter in F1 history, qualifying for the 2019 Bahrain GP with a laptime of 1:27.886 and beating teammate Sebastian Vettel’s lap record from last year in the process.
Ferrari took control on the opening day of running at Formula 1's Bahrain Grand Prix, as its bid to banish the memories of its Melbourne disaster kicked off.
During the 2019 season Motorsport.com will continue its spotlight series on the the winning spotter from various Monster Energy NASCAR Cup, Xfinity and Camping World Truck series races.
Plenty of Formula 1 teams have made changes to their packages for the Bahrain Grand Prix, focusing primarily on cooling and on bargeboard developments.