Australian GP: Does F1 finally have a three-way battle?
ESPN previews Formula One's season-opening Australian Grand Prix and takes a look at the possibility of an enticing three-way battle at the front of the grid.
Why 2018 is Daniel Ricciardo's big year
Daniel Ricciardo talks to ESPN about his title chances, the battle with teammate Max Verstappen and his contract options for 2019.
Ricciardo looking to send message to rivals in Melbourne
Daniel Ricciardo is hoping to upset Formula One's established order with a home win at the Australian Grand Prix this weekend.
Ricciardo paints the town Red, Bull.
Australian F1 Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo is excited to be back in Melbourne for the home Grand Prix.
ESPN predicts the 2018 Formula One season
Ahead of the start of the 2018 F1 season, our experts have attempted to guess how the season will unfold.
ESPN's F1 coverage begins with Australian GP
After an absence of more than 20 years, Formula One will return to ESPN in 2018 beginning with the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
How Hartley went from Red Bull reject to its comeback kid
Brendon Hartley tells ESPN how he turned the disappointment of being cut by Red Bull in 2010 into a sportscar career good enough to earn a return to Toro Rosso in 2017 ahead of his first full season on the grid this year.
What's driving Lewis Hamilton?
Lewis Hamilton talks to ESPN about his motivation to win a fifth title, why he is signing a new contract with Mercedes and whether he would regret not driving for Ferrari.
EXCLUSIVE: Hamilton still inspired by karting 'abuse.'
ESPN sat down with four-time World Champion Lewis Hamilton in Turin to discuss whether he still has what it takes to race and the struggles he dealt with as a child getting into the sport.
Schumacher's magic and the hope it brings
The best Formula One driver alive now lives in the most uncertain of states. ESPN's Wright Thompson looks at the world he left behind.
REWIND: Hamilton's 2017 Melbourne pole lap.
Take an in-depth look at Lewis Hamilton's pole position lap from the season opener in 2017.
All you need to know about the opening race.
With the Australian Grand Prix kicking off the 2018 season this weekend, Jennie Gow is here to reveal a few stats and facts about the race.
Tech Corner: Making the most of Halo.
Sam Collins joins Jennie Gow to explain how teams are making the Halo much more than an just an eyesore.
ESPN reveals F1 TV schedule for 2018
ESPN can reveal the full TV schedule for its U.S. coverage of the 2018 Formula One season.
F1 team-by-team preview: The top half
The second part of ESPN's team-by-team preview for the 2018 Formula One season looks at the top five from last year's championship standings, including the three teams most likely to fight for the title.
The bottom half
A season preview for the five teams -- Renault, Toro Rosso, Haas, McLaren and Sauber -- looking to force their way up the championship order in 2018.
Todt keen to remove Ferrari's veto
FIA president Jean Todt is against extending Ferrari's veto over Formula One's regulations when the current commercial deals tying the sport together expire at the end of 2020.
McLaren to carry flip-flop sponsorship on Halo
McLaren has poked fun at one of the most frequent comparisons made about Formula One's new Halo device by confirming it will be sponsored by a flip-flop manufacturer for the Australian Grand Prix.
How close is Lewis Hamilton's new contract?
Speaking at the Petronas Research & Technology Centre in Turin, the F1 world champion provides an update on his contract situation with Mercedes.
Renault would support an F1 budget cap
Renault would back the implementation of a Formula One budget cap and say it has been "sensibly" building its team until a decision is made on the issue.
Hartley: WEC would ready Kvyat for F1 return
Toro Rosso's Brendon Hartley thinks Daniil Kvyat could learn a lot from his own journey back to the Formula One grid after being dropped by Red Bull.
Has F1 finally got a three-way title battle?
Following two weeks of testing at the Circuit de Catalunya, ESPN analyses the battle at the front between Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull.
Ranking the midfield
A look at how the battle behind the top three is shaping up after the winter tests in Barcelona.
Max: 0.3s Merc deficit acceptable for Red Bull
Max Verstappen says closing the qualifying gap to Mercedes is key to Red Bull's chances of beating the world champions to race wins in 2018.
Ferrari tops final test but Mercedes impresses most
Ferrari ended pre-season testing at the top of the timesheets after Kimi Raikkonen finished 0.563s clear of Fernando Alonso's McLaren on the final day at the Circuit de Catalunya.
The final day of testing as it happened
The teams have one last session to hone their cars before the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
How social media reacted to F1's pre-season.
Week two of pre-season testing is complete, so here's the highlights of what happened, in tweet form.
Vettel: This feels like a step forward.
Sebastian Vettel reflects on his record lap time at the Circuit de Catalunya, but warns against thinking Ferrari are ahead of their championship rivals.
Hamilton unfazed by impressive Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton reiterates his desire for a close-fought championship as he reacts to Sebastian Vettel's record lap.
Hamilton: Not calling W09 a diva ... yet
Lewis Hamilton has felt none of the negative traits of last year's Mercedes W08 in this year's car, but says he's still getting to know the W09.
Ferrari sets impressive pace on penultimate day
Although there are no winners in pre-season testing, Ferrari signaled its intent ahead of the new Formula One season by shattering the track record at the Circuit de Catalunya on Thursday.
Sebastian Vettel's Thursday headline time was impressive and I can confidently predict it won't be beaten by Mercedes this week. Why? The team tells me it has not selected any hyper-soft tyres -- the newly-introduced softest tyre in Pirelli's range -- with them to testing, because it is never going to be used at May's Spanish Grand Prix here. Teams make their own selections based on the data they wish to gather from these tests. That prevents us from having the chance to make a like-for-like comparison at the end of the test, however ambiguous those can be, and means we will have to make do with the ultra-soft lap times set by Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas.
The seventh day of testing as it happened
The penultimate day of testing promises to be another busy one as the attention of Formula One's teams turns from reliability to performance and finding the limits of their cars.
Catalunya record tumbles as Ferrari impresses.
Ferrari showed a glimpse of its race pace on the penultimate day of testing, with Sebastian Vettel setting a new lap record at the Circuit de Catalunya.
WATCH: Sauber's Ericsson spins out.
Marcus Ericsson causes a brief red flag on the penultimate day of testing with a spin at turn four.
Ricciardo jokes of mega payday for bold punters
Fresh from topping the timesheets during pre-season testing in Barcelona, Daniel Ricciardo joked there's money to be made by betting on him for world championship glory.
Ricciardo quickest as McLaren problems persist
Daniel Ricciardo set a new Circuit de Catalunya lap record on the sixth day of pre-season testing, which also saw McLaren suffer another setback.
The sixth day of testing as it happened
How the first day of the second F1 pre-season test unfolded at the Circuit de Catalunya, where teams got a full day of running to make up for the time lost in the weather-affected opening week.
The tifosi - the Italian word for "fans", which has become synonymous in F1 with Ferrari supporters - have travelled well today. This giant Prancing Horse flag has been set up opposite the Ferrari garage, alongside a tribute message to seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher.
Aston Martin launches track-only Valkyrie AMR Pro
Red Bull Racing and Aston Martin have launched the Valkyrie AMR Pro at the Geneva motor show - a track-only version of the new Adrian Newey-designed hypercar.
McLaren reveals new Senna GTR concept
McLaren has unveiled its Senna GTR concept at the Geneva Motor Show.
McLaren 'not overly concerned' by issues
McLaren insists its ongoing issues during pre-season testing are not a cause for concern.
Vettel fastest as McLaren's problems continue
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel topped the opening day of the final pre-season test as McLaren lost more mileage to reliability issues.
WATCH: F1 drivers take to the track for testing in Barcelona.
Check out the best of Tuesday's action from the second week of testing in Barcelona.
The fifth day of testing as it happened
Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari showed strong pace and outstanding endurance as they completed 171 laps on day one of the second test in Barcelona.
Verstappen pleased with increased time on the track in second test.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen discusses the progress he's made with learning the intracacies of his car during the second test of pre-season.