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F1 agrees Miami Hard Rock stadium plan for 2021

Plans to run the Miami Grand Prix around the city's Hard Rock stadium have taken a step close to fruition with the confirmation of an agreement in principle between Formula 1 and the local promoter.

F1 set to vote on qualifying race trials for 2020

Formula 1 teams are set to vote in Paris on Wednesday on plans to run three experimental Saturday qualifying races in 2020, and those currently opposed to the idea would have to change their minds for the measure to pass.

Brawn: Revised F1 weekend won't include Sunday qualifying

Formula 1 boss Ross Brawn says that the well-received Sunday morning qualifying session at Suzuka won’t impact existing plans to adjust the grand prix weekend schedule in the future.

F1 gears up for decisive Paris meeting on 2021 rules

Several aspects of the 2021 Formula 1 regulations remain to be decided ahead of the October 31 deadline, with a key Wednesday meeting in Paris offering stakeholders the last chance to debate the subject face-to-face.

Pirelli set to sign off 2020 F1 tyres ahead of Austin test

Pirelli is about to sign off on its definitive 2020 Formula 1 tyre construction and compounds following a successful test in Barcelona last week.

Three GPs earmarked for F1 qualifying race trials

Three races have emerged as possible venues for experiments with Formula 1 Saturday qualifying races in 2020, but only if all the teams agree that the idea can go ahead.

Vettel: "Not fair" to say whether Leclerc is toughest teammate

Sebastian Vettel says it’s too early for him to name Charles Leclerc as the toughest teammate he’s had in his Formula 1 career.

Insight: How the F1 paddock is tackling the typhoon threat

Racing Point sporting director Andy Stevenson talks Motorsport.com through the measures taken by teams and the FIA to keep staff safe and equipment intact during Saturday's expected Typhoon Hagibis arrival.

F1 calls off tyre blanket ban for 2021

The decision to ban tyre blankets from Formula 1 when the new tyre sizes are introduced in 2021 has been reversed, but it is still planned for them to be phased out.

Renault drivers explain torrid Friday at Suzuka

Renault Formula 1 drivers Nico Hulkenberg and Daniel Ricciardo have explained the French marque's torrid opening day at the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.

Williams drivers did well to "hide" spares shortage - Kubica

Robert Kubica says that Williams did well to "hide" its issue with a lack of key spares for the FW42 until George Russell's crash in the Russian GP brought it into the open.

Vettel admits team orders defiance was "not right"

Sebastian Vettel admits ignoring Ferrari's team orders in the Russian Grand Prix was "not right", but says the controversy has now been cleared up.

The consequences of going solo for snubbed Renault Prime

The consequences of going solo for snubbed Renault

Renault wanted a closer relationship with McLaren going into Formula 1's new era. Instead McLaren is heading back to Mercedes - and that leaves Renault as the only F1 engine supplier with no customers

Renault: McLaren split a "lost opportunity"

Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul admits that the French manufacturer's failure to secure a closer partnership with McLaren for 2021 and beyond represents a "lost opportunity."

Teams at odds over post-2024 F1 engine formula

Formula 1’s stakeholders are debating what direction the sport should take on power units after 2024, with Renault pushing for electrification and Mercedes keen to stick with the current formula.

Alesi calls for penalties for speeding on asphalt run-offs

Former Formula 1 star Jean Alesi believes drivers should be penalised for running too fast across asphalt run-off areas.

F1 insists "no serious discussions" with new teams

The Formula 1 organisation has responded to suggestions from a Spanish entity that it is planning an entry into the sport in 2021 by stating firmly that there are “no serious discussions” with potential new teams.

Williams explains why it parked Kubica in Russia

The Williams Formula 1 team has confirmed that a wheel retention issue caused George Russell’s accident in the Russian GP – and reiterated that a lack of spares triggered the decision to park the car of teammate Robert Kubica.

Focus on 2020 has hurt Mercedes, says Wolff

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff admits that the team's form relative to rivals Ferrari has suffered because of a lack of upgrades in recent races.

Sponsor questions Kubica's Russian GP retirement

Robert Kubica's sponsor has questioned the reason given by the Williams Formula 1 team for the Pole's retirement from the Russian Grand Prix.

Verstappen: 22-race F1 calendar will lead to divorces

Red Bull Racing Formula 1 driver Max Verstappen has questioned the extension of the 2020 calendar to 22 races, and suggested that it will lead to divorces for mechanics.

Mercedes accounts reveal cost of 2018 F1 title

The Mercedes Formula 1 team earned and spent almost the same amount in 2018 as it did in the previous season, newly-released accounts have revealed.

Mercedes praises Bottas's "dog fighting" with Leclerc

Mercedes Formula 1 motorsports strategy director James Vowles has praised Valtteri Bottas for the "dog fighting" skills that allowed him to hold off Charles Leclerc in the Russian GP.

Wolff: Recent Ferrari engine gains "an outlier"

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says that Ferrari’s recent gains in power unit performance are “an outlier” given that the engines of rival suppliers normally converge under stable regulations.