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Grosjean reveals "weakness" that Steiner says he "cannot handle"

Romain Grosjean says he needs to focus on improving his race starts in 2020, after admitting that it has been a struggle for him this season.

Head says "regressive" 2021 rules necessary for F1

Formula 1 design legend Patrick Head says the "regressive" step Formula 1 is making in 2021 by reducing engineering freedoms is a necessary evil to stop spending wars ruining the sport.

McLaren set for aero department reshuffle after Cattelani exit

McLaren is set for a reshuffle of its aero department, Motorsport.com has learned, with its head of aerodynamics Guillaume Cattelani having left the team.

Russia GP chiefs confident sporting ban will not impact F1 race

Russian Grand Prix officials are confident that the future of the race is not under threat, despite a global ban on the country hosting major sporting events.

Hamilton: 2019 went from "heap" of car to best ever season

Lewis Hamilton says 2019 was the best season he has had in Formula 1, especially considering he started the year with a "heap" of a car.

Camilleri: Netflix series a game changer for F1

Ferrari chairman Louis Camilleri has praised the vision that Liberty has brought to Formula 1 – and thinks the Netflix series it facilitated was a significant boost to the sport’s image.

Verstappen: Red Bull's 2020 start key to my future

Max Verstappen thinks both Red Bull’s Formula 1 title hopes and his own future with the team rest on a strong start to 2020.

Alonso hits back at "self-centred" suggestions

Fernando Alonso has hit back at suggestions that he is a ‘self-centred’ driver – pointing out that the kind of troubles Ferrari faced between teammates this year never happened when he was there.

Wolff hints at Mercedes stay amid links to F1 role

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has dropped the firmest hint yet that he will stay on in his current role, despite ongoing speculation linking him to a position running F1 from 2021.

Lauda named Personality of the Year at FIA prize-giving

The late Niki Lauda was honoured with the Personality of the Year Award at the end-of-season FIA Prize Gala in Paris on Friday night.

Ricciardo: Renault message not "massaging their shoulders"

Daniel Ricciardo says his rallying message of support to Renault on the cool-down lap of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was prompted because he is genuinely convinced the team can make a big step forward in 2020.

F1 changes "draconian" weighbridge rule for 2020

Formula 1 has changed its controversial weighbridge rules for 2020 on the back of complaints about penalties that were handed out this year.

Vietnam adds extra corner to F1 circuit

Vietnam Grand Prix organisers have added an extra corner to their new Formula 1 circuit design, as work pushes on at the venue ahead of its first race next year.

The inconvenient truth exposed by the Abu Dhabi GP Prime

The inconvenient truth exposed by the Abu Dhabi GP

The opening part of last weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix featured a long segment where DRS did not work. For a time, it completely changed the face of the race, but it also exposed an uncomfortable truth for some Formula 1 fans

F1 teams no longer allowed to hide cars in testing

Formula 1 teams will not be allowed to hide their cars from fans and rival teams during winter testing, following a rule change agreed by the FIA.

Ferrari doubts there was fuel discrepancy in Abu Dhabi

Ferrari has doubts there was an actual discrepancy between the amount of fuel that was in Charles Leclerc's car for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and what it had declared before the race, Motorsport.com understands.

Abu Dhabi showed F1 still needs DRS, say drivers

Leading Formula 1 drivers say that the lack of action in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix when DRS was not working shows why it is needed with the current generation of cars.

Ferrari fuel checked at least 10 times this year - Binotto

Ferrari says that it has been checked for its fuel levels at least 10 times this season, in the wake of the discrepancy found in Charles Leclerc’s car at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

French GP mulling major changes to track layout

French Grand Prix organisers are considering making major track layout revisions to Paul Ricard in a bid to make it better for Formula 1 racing, Motorsport.com has learned.

Ricciardo: Losing fifth would have been a "punch in the guts"

Daniel Ricciardo reckons it would have been a "punch in the guts" for Renault if it had ended the Formula 1 season losing fifth spot in the constructors' championship.

Sainz: Unseen last-lap move felt like world title decider

Carlos Sainz says his brilliant last lap move on Nico Hulkenberg to snatch a crucial point in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix felt like a world championship winning moment.

Explained: FIA procedures at centre of Ferrari controversy

Ferrari found itself at the centre of another technical controversy ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix when the FIA found a discrepancy with its fuel declaration.

Mercedes won't go on "fishing mission" to lure F1 drivers

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team will not embark on a "fishing mission" to try to lure other top line Formula 1 drivers on board for 2021 until it knows what Lewis Hamilton is doing.

Sainz dismisses "hype" over losing Norris qualifying battle

Carlos Sainz has dismissed the "hype" that surrounds intra-team qualifying battles, after losing out to McLaren teammate Lando Norris 11-10 this year.