Latest news on F1 2019
Pirelli has outlined how it will identify its five new Formula 1 tyre compounds in pre-season testing, following the removal of the previous ‘rainbow’ range.
Formula 1’s front wing rule changes cost Red Bull €15million but it has already recovered a large amount of performance, says the company’s motorsport advisor Dr Helmut Marko.
Formula 1 rookie Alexander Albon has put the final piece of next year's entry list puzzle in place by revealed his race number for 2019.
Mercedes has revealed a short Instagram video story in which Lewis Hamilton is shown preparing his cockpit setup for the 2019 season.
Pirelli is hopeful it has addressed several key areas that impacted Formula 1 races negatively in 2018 after the teams gained experience with their 2019 tyre compounds this week.
Ferrari ran a simplified front wing on Kimi Raikkonen's car during the first Formula 1 free practice session at Abu Dhabi in preparation for the 2019 season's rule changes.
Formula 1 sporting boss Ross Brawn says simulation work being carried out to assess the technical changes being made for 2019 is showing "tangible" effects that should improve the racing.
Delegates from the Formula 1 Group, the FIA and Pirelli attended an extraordinary meeting of the Grand Prix Drivers’ Association at Interlagos to discuss the future of F1.
Esteban Ocon has turned down the chance to carry on racing outside of Formula 1 next year, even though it is looking increasingly likely that he will not get a seat on the 2019 grid.
Four-time F1 world champion Alain Prost says Lewis Hamilton may have to find a different kind of motivation next season after securing his fifth title in 2018.
Formula 1 cars should lose around one third less downforce when following each other next year, according to the latest predictions from the FIA.
In just under four seasons, Daniil Kvyat racked up three stints at two Formula 1 squads, had four teammates and two podiums before his career in the championship seemed to be over. But for 2019, he's back in the Red Bull/Toro Rosso hotseat.
Max Verstappen says he’s now "very excited" about what is possible with Honda in Formula 1 next year after another strong performance from the Japanese manufacturer in Austin.
Formula 1’s 2019 calendar, as well as a host of technical and sporting changes to the rules, were formally approved by the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council on Friday.