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With the Formula 1 season set to restart in Austria in July, the COVID-19 crisis has put an extra focus on reserve drivers, as clearly there is a possibility that in the coming months a race driver could test positive and be ruled out of action.
Formula 1 managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn says that some "fairly serious people" are considering an investment in the Williams team.
Racing Point Formula 1 team boss Otmar Szafnauer has made it clear that the team isn't in the market for a new driver as it morphs into Aston Martin in 2021.
Formula 1 could mix up tyre compounds between double-header events in order to liven up the second race of the weekend.
Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn says that the eight-race European calendar issued earlier this week would officially count as a world championship, even if no further races can be run.
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff insists the team's interest in Sebastian Vettel is not just "lip service".
Mercedes Formula 1 technical director James Allison believes that the FIA didn’t expect that the team could make its dual-axis steering system operational and fully legal after the governing body rejected its original idea.
Formula 1 has revealed an eight-race schedule for the opening European leg of the 2020 world championship.
Renault Formula 1 team boss Cyril Abiteboul admits that the French manufacturer would have had "no interest" in continuing as a "second tier" player in the sport had the rules not undergone change for 2021 and beyond.
An example of the last Toyota Formula 1 car to race is one of the star items in a COVID-19 online charity auction that has been put together by the FIA.
The Mercedes Formula 1 team is opposed to a fresh push to experiment with reverse-grid qualifying races when racing resumes – and, unless the team changes its mind, the initiative won’t go ahead.
The prospects for two Formula 1 races in Britain this summer have improved after the UK government indicated that it is willing to relax the 14-day quarantine rules for elite sports personnel.
Friday’s news that the Williams Group is conducting a strategic review that could lead to a complete sale has sadly come as no surprise, given the company’s difficult financial situation.
McLaren Group's revenue took a tumble in the first three months of 2020, even before the full effects of COVID-19 kicked in.
In an attempt to address costs Formula 1 teams have agreed to a system of freezing some components both within the 2020 season and heading into 2021, and the full details of how it will work have now emerged in the updated technical regulations for both of those seasons.