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McLaren withdraws Racing Point F1 appeal

The McLaren Formula 1 team has decided not to progress with an appeal regarding the Racing Point brake duct case – although Ferrari and Renault will continue to do so.

How F1's COVID goodwill broke apart on its birthday weekend Prime

How F1's COVID goodwill broke apart on its birthday weekend

When Formula 1 was forced into hibernation by the coronavirus pandemic, teams came together in unprecedented fashion. The mudslinging that occurred off track last weekend at Silverstone suggests such cooperation won't be seen again for a while

Williams has "very clear" position on Racing Point appeal

Claire Williams says a "very clear" position regarding the DNA of Formula 1 is behind her team's decision to appeal the FIA's ruling in the Racing Point brake duct case.

Ferrari: Racing Point saga like "copying a test"

Mattia Binotto has compared Racing Point's role in the Formula 1 brake duct controversy to "copying a test" amid Ferrari's plans to appeal for a harsher sanction.

Haas retired Magnussen for "safety" reasons

The Haas Formula 1 outfit retired the car of Kevin Magnussen from the 70th Anniversary for safety reasons because it was using up its tyres, Guenther Steiner has revealed.

FIA to review formation lap radio chat rules

The FIA is to review the rule that limits radio communication between Formula 1 teams and drivers on the formation lap, and which led to penalties for Haas in Hungary.

Racing Point: Concorde Agreement still needs work

Racing Point Formula 1 chief Otmar Szafnauer says the new Concorde Agreement "still needs some work" before the team can agree to sign.

Nissany to get FP1 outing with Williams in Spain

Williams test driver Roy Nissany will make his Formula 1 free practice debut for the team in FP1 for the Spanish Grand Prix, taking over George Russell's car.

Verstappen now a championship threat, says Wolff

Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff believes that his drivers Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas are now in a title fight with Red Bull Racing and Max Verstappen.

No "bad blood" between McLaren and Mercedes over Racing Point

McLaren Formula 1 team principal Andreas Seidl says there is no "bad blood" with Mercedes despite holding opposing views of the Racing Point brake ducts controversy.

Formula 1 “close to finalising” 2021 calendar

Formula 1 boss Chase Carey says he’s close to finalising a 2021 calendar that will look far more like a 'normal' season than the final version of 2020.

Carey: F1 business will bounce back in 2021

Formula 1 CEO Chase Carey says that COVID-19 has turned the company's business plan "on its head" - but he's adamant that it will be back on track in 2021.

Why inflation left Mercedes poorer at Silverstone

Max Verstappen's surprise victory at the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix came as Red Bull emerged kinder on its tyres than Mercedes' all-conquering W11, as the combination high-energy corners, heat and inflated pressures created a perfect storm

Hulkenberg was Mercedes' next choice after Hamilton for 2013

Nico Hulkenberg was Mercedes' second choice to join the team for the 2013 Formula 1 season had it not signed Lewis Hamilton, Ross Brawn has revealed.

Ten things we learned from the F1 70th Anniversary Grand Prix

From signs of a reinvigorated Formula 1 world title tussle to political wrangling and teams in a war of words, Luke Smith picks out the talking points provided from the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix

70th Anniversary Grand Prix driver ratings

There were no perfect performances on Formula 1's 70th birthday weekend, but three standout drivers came close on 2020's second Silverstone visit

Horner says Verstappen had to "buy into" hard tyre gamble

Red Bull Formula 1 boss Christian Horner says that Max Verstappen had to "buy into" the crucial decision to qualify on the hard tyre at the 70th Anniversary GP.

F1 income crashes from $620m to $24m during lockdown

Formula 1’s income for the April to June period crashed from $620m in 2019 to just $24m in 2020 as the COVID-19 crisis wiped out the calendar.

Wolff doesn't want Racing Point case to go to Court of Appeal

Toto Wolff says he is acting as a “mediator” to try and resolve the Racing Point brake ducts controversy without the case going to the FIA’s International Court of Appeal.

Ricciardo: "Seb spin" rubbed salt in the wound for Renault

Daniel Ricciardo says his “Seb spin” during the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix was “salt in the wound” after slipping from fifth on the grid to finish outside of the points.

How Verstappen exposed Mercedes' key weakness Prime

How Verstappen exposed Mercedes' key weakness

Employing a contra strategy to Mercedes in qualifying gave Red Bull's Max Verstappen an early edge in the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix. But the manner of the crushing defeat he inflicted on Mercedes reflected a key weakness in the so far dominant W11

Mercedes "at the very worst end" of tyre problems

Mercedes chief race engineer Andrew Shovlin admits that there's an "element of urgency" in the Brackley Formula 1 team's need to address its tyre blistering problems.

Racing Point "99% sure" Perez will race in Spain

Racing Point is "99% sure" Sergio Perez will be able to race in this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, but will have Nico Hulkenberg on standby once again.

Ferrari open to Vettel changing F1 chassis

Ferrari is open to changing Sebastian Vettel’s chassis if the German feels that there is a fundamental problem with the SF1000 he has had the last two weekends.