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Reviving the Dutch Grand Prix would bring back one of Formula 1’s earliest races, and potentially an immensely popular venue that proved a major Ferrari hunting ground.
The chance of the British Grand Prix at Silverstone disappearing from the Formula 1 calendar has been a real risk since the circuit activated its contract break clause in 2017. Nearly 18 months later, what has changed? And is last week's clash between circuit promoters and F1 bad news for the race?
This week’s two-day test at Las Vegas Motor Speedway certainly showed this Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series season will be unlike any other.
Formula 1 rookie Antonio Giovinazzi has been tipped to cause Kimi Raikkonen "trouble" at Alfa Romeo this season, as Ferrari's 'other' protege prepares for his first full grand prix season.
Following the 57th Rolex 24 Hours that saw 47 cars embroiled in torrid battles with each other, the elements and misfortune, it’s difficult to pick just 10 standout drivers from the 180-plus participants. Difficult, but not impossible…
In recent years, Williams and McLaren have both developed highly successful off-shoot engineering businesses. But at the same time, the Formula 1 results for both squads have tailed off in a big way. Mark Gallagher asks if both teams might benefit if they look closer to home in a bid to fix their current slumps
Liberty Media tried to take a long-term research-based approach to making changes to Formula 1. But that has left it open to criticism that it is not doing enough to fix the championship's immediate problems.
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Of Ferrari's 2019 Formula 1 drivers, the one with the four world titles begins the year under far more pressure than his extremely inexperienced teammate. After the wobbles of last season, will Sebastian Vettel's reputation be finished off by Charles Leclerc?
Missing the season-opener for contractual reasons and then being taken out at the start of round two isn't a great way to start a new career chapter. But now Formula E's latest Formula 1 convert star has emerged with a vengeance
Formula 1 teams are currently preparing to launch their 'new' cars for the 2019 season, but different squads will have different definitions of how new their latest designs really are. Deciding how much or how little to carry over is a massive challenge, and the wrong call could doom a team's season
F1's TV production team rose to the challenges posed last year by the introduction of the halo, making a feature of the device as a background for onboard graphics. Now it's planning a series of overhauls and innovations for its 2019 spectacle.
Formula 1 teams are very cagey about their latest developments, particularly if they provide big advantages. One area in which many are quietly working is machine learning, but there could be big problems ahead with this technology
By crunching the numbers from the last 12 seasons, it's possible to calculate how often Formula 1 drivers take their cars to the ultimate limit. The conclusions are startling and show where F1 should be working to fix the issues laid bare