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Kubica linked to customer BMW DTM drive

Robert Kubica could compete in the DTM this year with a customer BMW squad after joining the Alfa Romeo Formula 1 team as its reserve driver.

Pay TV not just about money, says Formula 1

The Formula 1 organisation says that the quality of its pay TV audience is as important as the overall numbers, as it released its 2019 viewing figures.

Zandvoort holding back data from F1 teams

Zandvoort chiefs are holding back on releasing all their track data to teams in a bid to try to stop them being too prepared for the Dutch Grand Prix event.

Alonso no longer a McLaren ambassador

Fernando Alonso and McLaren have officially ended their formal relationship, with the Spaniard no longer an ambassador for the team.

F1 announces exit of commercial boss Bratches

Formula 1 has confirmed that commercial boss Sean Bratches is to leave his full-time role at the organisation in order to spend more time with his family.

Latifi to race with Rosberg's number in 2020

Nicholas Latifi has revealed he will use number six when he makes his Formula 1 racing debut with Williams in 2020.

Marko: No regrets over Sainz exit as he's "no Verstappen"

Red Bull motorsport advisor Helmut Marko says he has no regrets about letting Carlos Sainz part ways with the energy drink giant, as he does not rate Sainz as highly as Max Verstappen.

Gasly felt like he was in "Hollywood movie" last year

Pierre Gasly felt he was in a Hollywood movie at times last year as he experienced an incredible season of highs and lows in Formula 1.

Gallery: All of Jenson Button's Formula 1 wins

Over a Formula 1 career spanning 300 plus races, Jenson Button scored 15 grand prix victories for three different teams. Here's the full list...

Todt: Complaints about growing F1 calendar are wrong

FIA President Jean Todt says people who work in Formula 1 should not complain about the calendar expanding in future, and instead acknowledge how fortunate they are to be involved in the sport.

Horner eager to see Hamilton take on F1's latest talent "wave"

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says it will be fascinating to see how long Lewis Hamilton can hold out against the "wave" of emerging young talent spearheaded by Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc.

Williams: Ticktum "one of the best" it's had in its simulator

Williams says that development driver Dan Ticktum is one of the best it has ever seen in its simulator, with the team confident it can harness the British youngster’s full potential.

Richards: F1 shot itself in foot with “foolish” hybrid rows
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Richards: F1 shot itself in foot with “foolish” hybrid rows

Former Benetton and BAR team principal David Richards has criticised the “foolish” in-fighting that overshadowed the ground-breaking thermal efficiency rating of Formula 1’s new turbo-hybrid engines in 2014.

Racing Point growth can be F1's biggest in 2020 - Perez

Sergio Perez believes his Racing Point team has more room to grow than any other outfit in Formula 1, having been hindered by its 2018 crisis this past season.

Saudi Arabia track aims to be ready for F1 in 2023

Saudi Arabia’s new state-of-the-art race track in Qiddiya will be ready to host Formula 1 from 2023, circuit chiefs confirmed at an event on Friday.

The best drivers of F1's 'golden era', ranked by John Watson Prime

The best drivers of F1's 'golden era', ranked by John Watson

John Watson raced against - and beat - them all, and was teammate to some of Formula 1's best-ever drivers. That makes the ex-McLaren driver perfectly placed to choose his top 10 drivers of 1974-82.

Mercedes sets date for 2020 F1 car's launch and track debut

Mercedes has set a date for the track debut of its 2020 Formula 1 car, which will take place in a shakedown run at Silverstone.

Ferrari signs Leclerc's brother Arthur as F1 junior

Ferrari has signed Charles Leclerc’s brother Arthur to its Formula 1 junior programme, and the 18-year-old will join Prema Powerteam in the Formula Regional European Championship.

Renault "the main beneficiary" of F1's 2021 overhaul

Renault Formula 1 team principal Cyril Abiteboul believes the 2021 regulations and new Concorde Agreement will boost F1's chances of keeping the French manufacturer involved amid the ongoing review.

Hamilton warns he will be "a machine" in 2020

Lewis Hamilton says he will be "a machine" in Formula 1 year as he sets his sights on operating on "another level" than he has before.

‘Senna’ writer’s feature film ‘Heroes’ released on Motorsport.tv
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‘Senna’ writer’s feature film ‘Heroes’ released on Motorsport.tv

BAFTA and SUNDANCE-winning writer and producer Manish Pandey’s next epic to be available from 16 January 2020: Four legends of motorsport share their love of four wheels growing up, their successes, failures, personal struggles and life-threatening accidents.

The bigger picture behind the Nissany Williams deal Prime

The bigger picture behind the Nissany Williams deal

Williams has talked up Roy Nissany's attitude as a factor in its decision to make him its F1 test driver, and played down any commercial benefits. Nevertheless, his link to a billionaire offers obvious advantages to the team as it plots a longer-term plan

Bratches set to depart F1 commercial role

Liberty Media has finalised arrangements for the departure of Formula 1 commercial boss Sean Bratches, Motorsport.com understands, the American expected to leave the organisation as early as next week.

New Vietnam circuit reveals first pictures of pit building

The Vietnam Grand Prix Corporation has released the first pictures of the newly completed pit building at the Hanoi circuit as preparations continue for the country's first Formula 1 race on April 5.