In the round-up: Pirelli could make ‘performance’ tyres • Senna opposes aero boost • FIA leaning towards cockpit ‘halo’
In the round-up: F1 drivers want cockpit covers and better tyres • Maldonado “out of his depth” – Webber • Azerbaijan paying £105m for three races
The memorable 1976 F1 season began 40 years ago today in Brazil. McLaren’s new signing James Hunt took pole position but couldn’t stop champion Niki Lauda.
In the round-up: F1 vs GP2 cars and more in Auto GP • Red Bull row strained Renault resources • Haas confident COTA will stay on calendar
In the round-up: Ricciardo’s Le Mans hopes dashed • No refuelling return • Argentina seeks F1 comeback
Daniel Ricciardo and Felipe Massa swap notes during the last round of the championship. Can you come up with the best caption for this picture?
In the round-up: Two shorter races per weekend considered • Stallone ‘would have played Senna’ • Pirelli names drivers for test
Should Formula One shut fans out of the paddock? Was it always closed off? Another of your questions answered.
In the round-up: Modern F1 too forgiving, ex-drivers say • Baku denies threat to race… • …and qualifying will clash with Le Mans
A gruelling 21-race schedule lies ahead of the drivers this year. Which tracks do they genuinely enjoy – and which ones do they just pay lip-service to?
In the round-up: Passing more important that speed – Pirelli • Capito to join McLaren in three months • Sutil splits from Williams
With the first race of 2016 still two months away, it’s time to ease the withdrawal with some retro F1 videos. But which are the best?
In the round-up: Cut-price engine deal agreed • Hulkenberg “one of top three drivers” – Perez • Driver penalties to be relaxed
Will it be a fourth win-less year for McLaren? Will Hamilton or Vettel pass Prost? Will Rosberg take Moss’s unwanted record? The year ahead in stats.
In the round-up: Red Bull positive on new Renault • F1 “all about money” • Massa ‘better than Bottas’ during Ferrari talks
Bringing back refuelling won’t fix F1’s problems but it serves to show what does need to be changed.
In the round-up: 21 races a privilege – Todt • Sainz feared it was ‘over’ in Russia crash • Refuelling return “lunacy”
Formula One’s popularity has been slipping for years and among those in charge there is little agreement what the causes are. What’s your explanation?
In the round-up: F1 urged to delay 2017 changes • Refuelling return faces opposition • FIA brings in auditors after FIFA prosecutions
We’re delving deep into the archive’s for today’s Caption Competition: Here’s Ferrari duo Gerhard Berger and Michele Alboreto meeting Pope John Paul II.