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Once the 2020 Formula 2 season eventually gets started in Austria, one F1 junior will face the most important campaign of their career to date in a bid to land a seat in Formula 1, as Frankie Mao explains.
The outbreak of the coronavirus in China has prompted the country's motor racing federation to cancel a rally due to take place next month, but its Formula E and Formula 1 events are unaffected for now.
The rebranded NIO 333 Formula E team has revealed McLaren Formula 1 test driver Oliver Turvey and Ma Qing Hua as its racers for 2019/20 ahead of pre-season testing.
FIA president Jean Todt has played down talk that new teams are ready to join the Formula 1 grid as early as 2021, suggesting he had seen no "solid" contenders good enough to step in.
Renault junior driver Guan Yu Zhou has completed multiple tests in the French team's 2017-spec Formula 1 car, Motorsport.com has learned.
Williams and McLaren's struggles last season were proof that Formula 1 shows "no mercy" for teams that get things wrong, says sporting chief Ross Brawn.
Lewis Hamilton's off-track endeavours have taught Formula 1 managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn "a lesson" in how a driver can behave out of the car.
Lewis Hamilton reached a “surreal level” in 2018 that was similar to how Michael Schumacher and Ayrton Senna changed the “reference” for Formula 1 drivers, says Ross Brawn.
Chinese young engineering student Jiachun “Max” Zhu has been granted a life-changing opportunity of working at the Renault Sport F1 Team in the UK after winning the 2018 Infiniti Engineering Academy China Final.
Renault Formula 1 driver Nico Hulkenberg has no sympathy over Haas’s and Force India’s United States Grand Prix disqualification because they do not deserve “goodie bags” for breaking the rules.
Whereas a number of Asian F1 races have recently fallen off the map, the Chinese Grand Prix has carried on and looks set for a long future within the sport, writes Frankie Mao.