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It might have seemed impossible a few months ago but staying at McLaren could be Fernando Alonso’s best option for 2018.
Formula One’s ‘big three’ teams look unlikely to change their line-ups in 2018 as drivers position themselves to take advantage of future opportunities.
Three years ago in Hungary Lewis Hamilton refused to let his team mate past when ordered. Why did he handle things differently last Sunday?
Formula One’s managing director for motorsports Ross Brawn has warned the sport’s leading teams are too far ahead of the competition.
Paul di Resta will make his first F1 race start for four years as a substitute for Felipe Massa in the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Nico Hulkenberg will take a five-place grid penalty for the 2017 Hungarian Grand Prix following a gearbox change.
Ferrari says it plans to complete the season with its current stock of turbochargers and avoid grid penalties for either of its drivers.
Haas drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen have sharply criticised the FIA’s decision to require F1 drivers to use the Halo from 2018.
Sebastian Vettel says it would be “ignorant and stupid” for Formula One but other drivers remain strongly critical of the device.
Both Mercedes and Ferrari drivers have selected the same tyre choices for this weekend’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Pirelli claims the failure which hit Kimi Raikkonen at the British Grand Prix was caused by damage after inspecting his tyres and others’.
Robert Kubica will have his first test in a current-specification Formula One car with Renault later this month, the team has confirmed.
Is the Halo head protection device really is popular among Formula One drivers as the FIA would like people to believe?
Renault say the new aerodynamic package they introduced on Nico Hulkenberg’s car at Silverstone was a “big step forward” for their RS17.
Pirelli says a slow puncture caused the failure on Sebastian Vettel’s tyre which cost him a potential podium finish at Silverstone.
The FIA will introduce the Halo to Formula One next year to improve driver safety. But how big a step forward does the controversial design offer?