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Imola offers to host F1 race to replace cancelled China GP

Imola has offered to host a Formula 1 race to replace the cancelled Chinese GP in April – but even the venue’s boss acknowledges that the bid could be a “mission impossible.”

Fry says there's no "low-hanging fruit" at Renault

Renault technical director Pat Fry says the challenge of turning around fortunes at the French car manufacturer is very different to what he faced at McLaren, because there is not sot much "low-hanging fruit".

Racing Point explains SportPesa deal termination

Racing Point CEO and team principal Otmar Szafnauer has explained why SportPesa is no longer the squad's title sponsor, after announcing a new deal with water tech company BWT.

Racing Point debuts 2020 livery, names BWT as title sponsor
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Racing Point debuts 2020 livery, names BWT as title sponsor

The Racing Point Formula 1 team has revealed its 2020 livery and announced a title sponsorship deal with long-term backer BWT.

F1 teams "can't afford" to lose testing time now

Formula 1's reduction of pre-season testing from eight days to six will mean a "big change" for teams, reckons Romain Grosjean, with pressure ramped up massively not to lose track time.

Tech analysis: The signs of progress in Williams FW43's design Prime

Tech analysis: The signs of progress in Williams FW43's design

Williams can't afford to have another season like 2019, and though the FW43 is an evolution of the troubled FW42, its initial design is already noticeably more elaborate.

Haas, Williams and Renault hit track at Barcelona

Williams, Renault and Haas have all hit the track for the first time in 2020 during a filming day before the start of pre-season testing on Wednesday.

Episode review: Netflix F1 doc retains focus on casual fans

Ahead of the premiere of the Formula 1: Drive to Survive documentary's second season later this month, our F1 writer Luke Smith recounts his impressions from a sneak preview of two of the season's episodes.

Gallery: The new Williams FW43 from all angles

Williams has revealed detailed images of its new-look FW43 Formula 1 car, which is conceptually similar to its predecessor but features a significantly revised livery.

New Williams has "no fundamental concept changes"

Williams has decided against any "fundamental concept changes" with its new FW43 Formula 1 car, despite the difficulties it faced last season.

Williams unveils 2020 F1 car with all-new livery

Williams has revealed images of its 2020 Formula 1 car, ahead of the start of pre-season testing next week.

Discover the hidden technical secrets of Red Bull’s new RB16

To the untrained eye the RB16 might appear relatively similar last year's car, but further examination proves that Red Bull has been hard at work, not only refining pre-existing concepts but also learning lessons from others and pushing the design envelope even further – as you’d expect from technical team led by Adrian Newey.

Sainz admits to early contract talks with McLaren

Carlos Sainz is in “no rush at all” to agree a new contract with McLaren beyond the end of the season, but has already held early conversations about his future.

Renault's F1 future now safer, says Abiteboul

Renault Formula 1 team principal Cyril Abiteboul says the French car manufacturer's position in the sport is looking safer now the company's future management structure has been sorted.

Gallery: F1 2020’s new cars on track so far

So far this year we’ve seen seven new Formula 1 cars, with Red Bull, Alfa Romeo, Mercedes and AlphaTauri all completing 2020 shakedown runs using their filming day allocation ahead of the group test that begins in Barcelona next week. Click on the arrows on the images above to scroll through all the photos.

Watch: Bottas and Hamilton sample Mercedes W11
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Watch: Bottas and Hamilton sample Mercedes W11

Check out all the sights and sounds from the shakedown test of the Mercedes W11 at Silverstone, as Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas got the first taste of their 2020 Formula 1 machine.

Mercedes Formula E project now helping F1, after ‘initial strain’

Mercedes HPP engine boss Andy Cowell says that the company’s Formula 1 programme is now benefiting from its involvement in Formula E – but he admits that running parallel programmes was “a strain” at first.

Gallery: All of Graham Hill's Formula 1 race wins

Graham Hill, perhaps best known for being the only driver to complete the Triple Crown of Motorsport, won 14 Formula 1 races in a grand prix career that spanned from 1958-75.

Wolff: Mercedes dominance hasn't cost F1 fans

Toto Wolff has dismissed suggestions Formula 1 is becoming less attractive as a result of Mercedes’ recent domination, saying the series is “on a really good path”.

Renault: F1 set for "game of chicken" in 2020

Formula 1 teams will face an intense "game of chicken" this year in terms of when to abandon development of their current car and instead switch all their focus to 2021, reckons Renault.

Discover the hidden technical secrets of Red Bull’s new RB16

To the untrained eye the RB16 might appear relatively similar last year's car, but further examination proves that Red Bull has been hard at work, not only refining pre-existing concepts but also learning lessons from others and pushing the design envelope even further – as you’d expect from technical team led by Adrian Newey.

Tech analysis: Does new McLaren boast the key ingredients?

McLaren became the third team to physically lift the covers off its 2020 challenger, revealing the MCL35 during a presentation at the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking. The car is the first to be designed under James Key’s stewardship and represents a fair departure from its predecessor.

Exploring an F1 icon: Giorgio Piola on the McLaren MP4/4
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Exploring an F1 icon: Giorgio Piola on the McLaren MP4/4

Winning all but one race of the 1988 World Championship season, the McLaren MP4/4 is one of the most successful Formula 1 cars of all time.

Ten key design points on the new Ferrari SF1000

Using the Ferrari SF90 that raced last year as a yardstick with Giorgio Piola’s latest sketches of the SF1000 overlaid, let’s dive in and unlock the differences between these two machines...