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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.
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 is about to sign off on its definitive 2020 Formula 1 tyre construction and compounds following a successful test in Barcelona last week.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
Former Formula 1 star Jean Alesi believes drivers should be penalised for running too fast across asphalt run-off areas.
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.
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.
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 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.