Williams expects the resurfaced Red Bull Ring will make it much harder to manage tyre use during Sunday’s Austrian Grand Prix.
The FIA has revealed further changes to its F1 superlicence points system which will now award Formula E and Australian Supercars drivers.
In episode four of Motorsport Extra we look ahead to the Austrian Grand Prix and review the action from F1’s first race in Baku. Listen now.
Ferrari has chosen softer tyres than its closest rivals for the British Grand Prix, as it also has for this weekend’s race in Austria.
F1 Fanatic reader Steve Smith has been to almost 60 F1 races across the globe. He returned to Montreal this month and explains why it’s a must-see race.
In the round-up: Aeroscreen still possible after 2017 • Brawn not ruling out F1 return • Williams don’t want to be “second tier”
Warm weather conditions will help Haas get on top of their problems with tyre management, according to Romain Grosjean.
Don’t miss any of the 2016 Austrian Grand Prix sessions – here are the times for all of this weekend’s action, plus the Formula E finale.
Toro Rosso has announced it will give Red Bull Junior Team member Sergio Sette Camara his F1 test debut next month.
Jenson Button’s world championship-winning Brawn BGP001 was among the attractions at last weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Bernie Ecclestone says he is considering a fairer system of sharing prize money between Formula One teams modelled on English football’s Premier League.
In the round-up: F1 has ‘got to a safe place’ – Hamilton • McLaren are best-placed to succeed Mercedes – Alonso
Haynes’ guides to great Formula One cars of the past have two news additions.
In the round-up: Rosberg expects long stay at Mercedes • Nasr wants strategy improvements • Prost expected faster Renault
Bernie Ecclestone confers with Hermann Tilke during the first race weekend at Tilke’s latest F1 track, the Baku City Circuit.
In the round-up: Ferrari’s Arrivabene calls for simpler rules • Baku wants date change • Honda ‘caught up with ERS’
Ferrari development driver Charles Leclerc will participate in an official Formula One practice session for the first time at the British Grand Prix.
Renault racing director Frederic Vasseur is hoping the team’s poor showing in Baku won’t be repeated at next weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix.
The Formula E championship will be decided next weekend on the streets of London and the winner of this exclusive F1 Fanatic competition will be there.
In the round-up: Todt wants to restore FIA’s power over F1 • Renault testing in races • Raikkonen a useful number two – Prost