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A Formula 1 race engineer’s job used to be to collect the feedback from a driver and translate that into modifications on the car.
From challenging Mercedes for world titles, Ferrari abruptly reverted to the kind of shambles not seen since the early 1990s over the course of a disastrous 2020 campaign. Putting the Scuderia back on track won't be the work of a moment, says Roberto Chinchero
Valtteri Bottas will remain at Mercedes in 2021, with a new deal having now been agreed in principle, sources have revealed to Motorsport.com.
Alex Zanardi has been airlifted to hospital in Italy following an accident during one of the stages of the Paralympic handbike ‘Obiettivo tricolore’ relay race on Friday.
Now in its 20th season, the Red Bull Junior Team has backed no fewer than 85 different drivers over the years and funded the best part of 200 seasons in the junior formulae. But has it been worth it?
With no end date to the current coronavirus crisis in sight, a 2020 Formula 1 season with 10 races or fewer is far from unthinkable. How would such a truncated season have impacted previous title races in the hybrid era? Our exercise has yielded some interesting results.
Ex-Renault Formula 1 chassis technical chief Nick Chester has been linked with a senior role at the Williams team next year.
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene labelled his team’s tyre choice blunder in qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix as "unacceptable", as he blasted a lack of "common sense" on the pitwall.
Ferrari is poised to confirm that Carlo Santi will become Kimi Raikkonen's race engineer in Formula 1 this year, following the departure of Dave Greenwood from the team.
Sauber is poised to finally confirm its 2018 driver line-up at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, as rumours swirl that the team could even bring the Alfa Romeo name back to Formula 1 as part of a stronger alliance with Ferrari.
Mercedes and Ferrari are not interested in supplying Formula 1 engines to McLaren next season, Motorsport.com understands.
Mercedes has emerged as a potential ally in Honda's efforts to turn around its efforts in Formula 1, as the Japanese manufacturer seeks to get on top of its current troubles.
Ex-Formula 1 racer Robert Kubica tested a single-seater racing car for the first time in six years on Wednesday, completing laps in a GP3 car at the Franciacorta circuit in Italy.
Ferrari says it would welcome Mick Schumacher to its young driver academy with a 'red carpet', after admitting it has been impressed with the youngster's progress.
A pre-Christmas visit to the Mercedes factory by Valtteri Bottas has given the firmest indication yet that he is set to secure the seat vacated by Nico Rosberg at the German car manufacturer.
Mercedes technical chief Paddy Lowe is poised to make a shock switch to Williams next season, with multiple sources indicating that he has accepted an offer to join the Grove-based team.
Talks between Paddy Lowe and Mercedes regarding his future at the Brackley-based outfit appear to be entering a crunch phase, amid suggestions that he could be poised to accept an offer to join a rival team.
The last four grands prix of 2016 mark the final sprint home in the Nico Rosberg/Lewis Hamilton championship battle. There are 33 points separating them and 100 still up for grabs.
A switch to the Haas F1 team for 2017 has emerged as a serious option for Sergio Perez if he is unable to sort out a deal to remain at Force India by next week’s Japanese Grand Prix, sources have suggested.
Italian Grand Prix chiefs expect to sign a new three-year contract with Bernie Ecclestone this weekend to keep the race at Monza, ending fears the race could drop off the calendar.
Maurizio Arrivabene’s arrival as team principal of the Ferrari Formula 1 team at the end of 2014 has help usher in a new era at Maranello as the company moves on under Sergio Marchionne.
Toro Rosso's mid-season changes appear not to just be limited to drivers, with the team also poised to complete an engineering reshuffle that could lead to the departure of Max Verstappen's race engineer Xevi Pujolar.
Ferrari is considering spending its first engine development tokens in time for the Russian Grand Prix in a bold bid to get its season back on track, Motosport.com can reveal.
Pirelli has warned Formula 1 chiefs that testing plans for its 2017 preparations must be finalised by the end of this month if it is going to be able to produce wider tyres for next year.
Ferrari is planning to spend its first in-season engine tokens in the Spanish Grand Prix, with its focus being on combustion and electronics development.
Formula 1 teams are facing delays in pushing on with their 2017 car designs because the lack of a contract between the FIA and Pirelli for next year means much-needed wind tunnel tyres have not been released.
Motorsport.com went trackside at Barcelona with Renault reserve Esteban Ocon to rate the Formula 1 field ahead of the final day of pre-season testing.