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Revealed! How to spot what an F1 team is trying to hide
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Revealed! How to spot what an F1 team is trying to hide

The Ligier JS11 was one of Formula 1’s most competitive cars of 1979 and '80, winning three races and factoring in the hunt for both championships.

Robot pitcrews and hydrogen – is DTM's concept plausible? Prime

Robot pitcrews and hydrogen – is DTM's concept plausible?

DTM organiser ITR has mooted a radical plan for a "truly new and inspiring" future motorsport series. How realistic are its suggestions of automated pitstops and 1000bhp hydrogen-fuelled touring cars?

Formula E drivers expecting easier overtaking in 2019/20

Formula E competitors are expecting overtaking to be easier in the upcoming 2019-20 season due to the new race format rules, including the higher attack mode power level.

Top things you might've missed in F1's 2021 rules Prime

Top things you might've missed in F1's 2021 rules

Formula 1 and the FIA finally revealed their vision for the future of grand prix racing at the US Grand Prix, but it came with an extensive reading list. Here, we present precisely what you can expect from F1's dramatic new look

Ranked! Top 10 ugly F1 cars caused by rule changes
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Ranked! Top 10 ugly F1 cars caused by rule changes

Formula 1 cars should be the pinnacle of speed and beauty, but every now and then a new set of rules comes along and messes things up.

Haas to test new front wing as it evaluates 2020 concepts

Haas has brought a new front wing for its home Formula 1 Grand Prix at Austin, as it seeks to explore a new aerodynamic development direction for 2020.

Tech insight: Why Austin’s challenge is so different to Mexico’s

Formula 1’s autumnal North American back-to-back races are held at two tracks that are not only very different to one another in terms of driving challenge, the contrast in altitude means they are also poles apart in terms of cooling requirements and available downforce levels.

Tech insight: How Red Bull is staying cool in Mexico

Red Bull has modified its engine cover, and the area behind its halo, for the Mexican Grand Prix to cope with the increased cooling demands of the Formula 1 race at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez.

What really happened in pre-season Formula E testing Prime

What really happened in pre-season Formula E testing

Formula E testing is now complete and examining the short and long-run data as well as 'simulated' races suggests one manufacturer has gone from being on the backfoot to an early advantage for 2019/20

BMW newcomer Gunther ends Valencia Formula E test on top

BMW’s Maximilian Gunther set the fastest time of the week to top abortive final session of Formula E testing at Valencia, as Sebastian Buemi ‘won’ the simulated race session.

Frijns fastest, Vandoorne 'wins' simulated Valencia race

Robin Frijns remained fastest on Formula E testing's second day at Valencia, while Antonio Felix da Costa topped the afternoon running and Stoffel Vandoorne 'won' the simulated race session.

Williams trials experimental front wing in Suzuka

Williams trialled a new front wing design during practice for the Japanese Grand Prix, as the team performs development work for its 2020 Formula 1 design concept.

First look: Mercedes' Japanese GP upgrades

Mercedes has made minor tweaks to its sidepod-mounted turning vanes ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix in an effort to close back in on Formula 1 rival Ferrari.

Williams plans front wing 'experiment' in Suzuka

Williams is poised to trial an experimental front wing in practice for the Japanese Grand Prix as it assesses potential aerodynamic options for next year’s Formula 1 season.

Will F1 have a three-way fight to the end of 2019? Prime

Will F1 have a three-way fight to the end of 2019?

While Formula 1's technical race is slowing as minds turn towards 2020, recent developments should at least ensure a three-way fight between Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull to the end of the campaign

Tech verdict: How Ferrari’s updates have really worked Singapore GP
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Tech verdict: How Ferrari’s updates have really worked

Ferrari’s speed at Formula 1’s 2019 Singapore Grand Prix was largely the result of the development upgrades it successfully introduced at the race.

The soul-searching that led to Ferrari’s drastic turnaround

Ferrari was not expected to win in Singapore - it wasn't even expected to be second best. But it scored its best points haul of the season, which came as a result of a technical review that stemmed from its early season disappointment

Hulkenberg probably "regretting" first-lap move - Sainz

McLaren's Carlos Sainz believes that Nico Hulkenberg regrets the duo's first-lap incident at the Singapore Grand Prix, which forced both he and the Renault Formula 1 driver to pit.

Revealed: The changes that transformed Ferrari in Singapore

Ferrari's surprising performance in Singapore Grand Prix qualifying caught Mercedes out with a "big step", as its latest Formula 1 upgrade made it a "force to be reckoned with".

Tech verdict: Racing Point's "big update"

Racing Point has brought the updates it had promised for the Singapore Grand Prix, most notably adding a brand new front wing to its RP19 Formula 1 car.

Ferrari unveils new nosecone design for Singapore

Ferrari has unveiled a new nosecone design for the Singapore Grand Prix, as the team chases low-speed performance in its endeavours to continue its streak of Formula 1 victories.

The tech secrets to being quick at Monza

Ferrari heads to its home race in Italy as the clear favourite after winning at Spa last time out. The two tracks are regularly bracketed together, but just because a team is strong at one does not automatically mean it will be at the other

Sainz says McLaren must keep development focus on 2019

Carlos Sainz thinks it vital that McLaren doesn't switch off development of its 2019 car to get a headstart on next year, as its experiments continued with a new suspension development in Belgium.

Explore the low-downforce packages on display at Spa

Formula 1 teams have revealed the low-downforce packages today ahead of the Belgian Grand Prix as they react to the high-speed demands of the Spa-Francorchamps circuit.