'Single-minded' F1 urged to reconsider IndyCar
Former Manor driver Max Chilton says Formula One teams are guilty of passing up on top-quality talent in IndyCar because of a fixation on junior categories in Europe.
Dan Gurney: 1931 - 2018
Maurice Hamilton remembers the American racing legend Dan Gurney -- the racer most feared by Jim Clark and a man considered a world champion without a trophy by Mario Andretti -- after his death aged 86.
Formula E expects to be only series left by 2040
Formula E chief Alejandro Agag believes the all-electric series could be the only viable form of motorsport left by 2040, overtaking Formula One in the process.
Formula E chief doubts Ferrari will quit F1 - yet
Formula E CEO Alejandro Agag believes Ferrari's latest Formula One quit threat is nothing more than a tactical business ploy.
Five storylines likely to dominate F1 in 2018
Formula One is all about narratives. Though new ones will emerge in the new season, there are several topics we know we will be talking about for much of the year -- we've outlined the biggest below.
The next generation of F1 stars
ESPN takes a look at some of the young drivers on the cusp of elevation to Formula One. Here's what they are up to in 2018 and what they need to do to make it to F1.
McLaren: Expect off-track fireworks in F1 2018
McLaren boss Zak Brown is expecting "public fireworks" during the 2018 Formula One season as off-track negotiations intensify over the sport's future regulations.
Who is facing a make-or-break 2018 F1 season?
ESPN evaluates which drivers are facing a make-or-break 2018 Formula One season.
F1 boss Carey backs Copenhagen race plans
Formula One boss Chase Carey has backed plans for a new street race in the Danish capital Copenhagen.
Red Bull outcast Kvyat secures Ferrari F1 role
Red Bull outcast Daniil Kvyat will remain involved in Formula One after being named as Ferrari's development driver for the 2018 season.
Horner slams 'nuts' 2018 F1 engine rules
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says it would be "horrible" to see the 2018 Formula One world championship decided on engine penalties, following the sport's move to three engines for the entire campaign.
McLaren has 'chance of winning' in 2018
McLaren boss Zak Brown reckons his team will be in a position to return to winning ways in the 2018 Formula One season, following a switch to Renault power.
Brawn: F1 open to Friday practice reshuffle
Formula One could revise its weekend schedule by tweaking the format of Friday practice sessions, according to sporting managing director Ross Brawn.
Ferrari needs to cure late 2017 'headaches'
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene says the Scuderia needs to find a cure for the issues it faced last season if it is to fight Formula One rivals Mercedes for world championships this year.
Alonso 12th in Daytona 24 Hours test qualifying
Two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso continued his preparations for the Daytona 24 Hours by finishing 12th fastest in a mock qualifying session.
Alonso's aim: Le Mans in '18, Indy 500 return in '19
After his first days of preparing for his appearance at the Daytona 24 Hours, Fernando Alonso has revealed what he hopes will be the next steps in his quest for the Triple Crown of motor racing.
Piquet: Alonso has made a mess of his F1 career.
Nelson Piquet discusses Fernando Alonso's reasons for moving to Indy 500 and questions the driver's ability to work in a team.
Force India: Ocon every bit as good as Max
Force India chief operating officer Otmar Szafnauer reckons Esteban Ocon is "every bit" as talented as Red Bull's Max Verstappen.
F1 leads the way on social media, TV figures up
Formula One registered an increase in audience figures across both TV and digital platforms during the 2017 season, and has become the fastest growing sport brand on social media platforms.
Wolff: Bottas needs to challenge for 2018 F1 title
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Valtteri Bottas needs to challenge for the Formula One title in 2018, and has backed his driver to come back stronger in his sophomore season with the reigning world champions.
Wolff exclusive: We'll see a better Bottas in 2018.
Toto Wolff looks back on Valtteri Bottas' debut season as a Mercedes driver and explains why he'll get even better in 2018.
Norris: Winning F2 would prove I'm ready for F1
British teenage sensation Lando Norris believes winning Formula 2 at the first attempt would prove he is ready to make the step-up to Formula One.
Massa: No rush to make Formula E switch
Felipe Massa says he has no intention of racing in Formula E on a full-time basis just yet, but is keeping an eye on how the all-electric series develops.
Button: Hamilton battles brought out my best
2009 world champion Jenson Button says he was inspired to produce the best performances of his Formula One career when racing against Lewis Hamilton at McLaren.
Ricciardo: Title fight won't affect RBR harmony
Daniel Ricciardo reckons his good relationship with teammate Max Verstappen's would continue even if both Red Bull drivers were locked in a Formula One title fight against one another.
Latifi joins Force India as 2018 F1 reserve driver
Formula 2 race-winner Nicholas Latifi has been named as Force India's reserve and test driver for the 2018 Formula One season.
When was the best period for F1?
Nelson Piquet discusses the differences between racing today and driving in his time.
The secret and complex life of the F1 mechanic
Maurice Hamilton gives his verdict on ex-McLaren F1 mechanic Marc 'Elvis' Priestley's autobiography 'The Mechanic', which explores the secret and complex world of life behind the scenes of a leading F1 team.
Bottas gives fans chance to design 2018 helmet
Mercedes has launched a competition that will provide fans with the opportunity to design Valtteri Bottas' helmet for the 2018 Formula One season.
Mercedes open to idea of F1 B-Team
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has been impressed by Ferrari's "very visionary" link-up with Sauber and is considering implementing something similar for the world champions.
F1's New Year's resolutions: The top half
A look at the biggest thing each of the top five need to change in 2018 to consolidate positions or challenge for the championship in the new year.
NYR: The bottom half
A look at the most important thing each team needs to do or change as we enter a new calendar year and Formula One season, starting with the bottom five from last year's championship.
Remembering motor racing's 'First Lady'
Maurice Hamilton remembers the "brave and resolute" Bette Hill, the wife of one world champion and the mother of another, following her funeral this week.
Wolff urges Mercedes to 'stay humble' in 2018
Toto Wolff says Mercedes must forget about its recent dominance of Formula One if it wants to continue winning races and titles in 2018.
Wolff exclusive: Mercedes must forget about 2017 success.
Toto Wolff tells ESPN how Mercedes overcame a winter of change to emerge on top in 2017, and how they can continue their streak of championships in 2018.
Lewis purges Instagram days after controversy
All of Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton's Instagram posts have been deleted, just days after he was criticised for a video he uploaded to the social media platform.
Haas targets aero improvement in 2018
Guenther Steiner says Haas' aerodynamic development will be "better and more consistent" in 2018 as the team continues to increase the size of its Formula One operation.
Wolff: Mercedes wanted to supply McLaren
Toto Wolff says Mercedes wanted to supply McLaren with engines in 2018 but negotiations dragged on for too long.
Hamilton reveals 'worst thing' about Baku clash
Lewis Hamilton has revealed high-ranking FIA stewards told him they did not believe Sebastian Vettel crashed into him on purpose at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Marko tips Honda to surprise in 2018
Red Bull chief Helmut Marko believes Honda will start delivering a competitive power unit much sooner than the rest of the paddock expects.
Wolff: 'Dreadful' Halo feels alien on 2018 car
Toto Wolff has labelled the Halo cockpit protection device as a "dreadful" addition to an F1 car as his Mercedes team works on the best way to incorporate it into its 2018 design.
Hamilton: McLaren deserve to be at the front
Lewis Hamilton says his former team McLaren deserves to be fighting for championships next year and revealed that he still associates the Woking-based outfit with ex-boss Ron Dennis.
Lewis Hamilton is ESPN's driver of 2017
We struggled to find fault in Lewis Hamilton's record-breaking year, especially his run of form from the Belgian Grand Prix onwards.
Wolff explains why Hamilton was ESPN's driver of the season.
Mercedes F1 executive director Toto Wolff explains what makes Lewis Hamilton a worthy winner of ESPN's driver of the year.
2: Max Verstappen
Don't be fooled by Max Verstappen's sixth-place finish in the drivers' standings, was one of the most impressive drivers of the year.
3: Fernando Alonso
Although he didn't finish higher than sixth all season, Fernando Alonso still stood out above the crowd.
4: Sebastian Vettel
He may have finished second in the championship, but Sebastian Vettel showed sufficient weaknesses to slip to fourth in our rankings.
Wolff: Hamilton won't leave unexpectedly
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says contract talks with Lewis Hamilton are going well and is confident his star driver won't walk out of the team without giving notice.
Wolff: Money still the 'elephant in the room' in Liberty talks
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff says the subject of money remains the "elephant in the room" when discussing Formula One's future beyond 2020.
Toto Wolff talks to ESPN.
Get a sneak peek of what's to come as Mercedes F1 executive director Toto Wolff sat down with ESPN to talk 2017 and beyond.
Hamilton shows off customised Ferrari
He may drive for Mercedes for a living, but Lewis Hamilton is not afraid to show off his own expansive car collection, including a customised car from arch rivals Ferrari.
Ferrari expects Vettel to be less emotional
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne is expecting Sebastian Vettel to be less emotional in 2018 and has told his driver it is "down to him" to get the job done next season.
Should F1 take Ferrari's quit threat seriously?
Ferrari has warned F1 to take its quit threat seriously, yet it remains difficult to imagine Sergio Marchionne pulling the Italian team out of the sport.
Ferrari adds talk of breakaway series to quit threat
Ferrari has urged Formula One bosses to take its quit threat seriously or risk "playing with fire".
Brawn 'excited' by results from F1's aero research
Formula One teams have agreed to provide confidential aerodynamic data to Ross Brawn's technical department in order to help shape the future of the sport's regulations.
Ferrari sets launch date for 2018 car
Ferrari will launch its 2018 car on February 22, four days before the first pre-season test in Barcelona.