Fernando Alonso says the role of the driver is more important in IndyCar than in F1 following his first test in preparation for the Indianapolis 500.
Fernando Alonso has taken note of how Alexander Rossi won the Indianapolis 500 and is planning to repeat the feat on his debut this year.
Toto Wolff still expects to bring Max Verstappen to Mercedes one day, the team principal has revealed, despite his current long-term deal with Red Bull.
Lance Stroll admitted he missed out on an opportunity to put his Williams in the top ten on the grid for the Russian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says his bid to win the Indianapolis 500 stems from his desire to “grow up” as a racing driver.
Carlos Sainz Jnr has been penalised three places on the grid for the next race for his collision with Lance Stroll.
Lewis Hamilton has been given two penalty points on his licence for driving too slowly in the pits and holding up Daniel Ricciardo.
Daniel Ricciardo admitted Red Bull had hoped but not expected to beat one of the Ferraris in qualifying after edging Kimi Raikkonen for fourth place.
Carlos Sainz Jnr urged his team to get to the bottom of the technical problems which caused his second stoppage in as many days in Bahrain.
Valtteri Bottas thanked his team for perfecting his car’s set-up for the cooler evening conditions in Bahrain after taking the first pole position of his career.
Sergio Perez would like to emulate Fernando Alonso by racing in the Indianapolis 500 but doesn’t want to miss the Monaco Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says his shock decision to race at the Indianapolis 500 would not have happened when Ron Dennis was still in charge at McLaren.
IndyCar drivers have reacted with surprise and excitement at the news Fernando Alonso will join them for this year’s Indianapolis 500.
Fernando Alonso explained how his decision to race in this year’s Indianapolis 500 came from a desire to prove himself as the best racing driver in the world.
Fernando Alonso entering the Monaco Grand Prix is good news for him, even better for IndyCar – and it’s definitely not bad news for Formula One.
IndyCar’s chief executive officer Mark Miles says the championship is “thrilled” by the news Fernando Alonso will compete in thus year’s Indianapolis 500 with McLaren.
Pascal Wehrlein will make his return to racing in this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix, Sauber has confirmed.
Esteban Ocon was fortunate to avoid collecting a reprimand after failing to show up on time for the national anthem ceremony in China.
Sebastian Vettel said his overtaking move on Daniel Ricciardo was more satisfying because he didn’t use DRS.
Lance Stroll blamed Sergio Perez for the collision which caused his lap one retirement from the Chinese Grand Prix.