Lowe frustrated by focus on look of Halo device
Williams technical chief Paddy Lowe says the benefits of Halo far outweigh any criticisms about how the cockpit protection device looks on a Formula One car.
Why Bottas is convinced he can beat Lewis in 2018
After spending one season as teammate to Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes last year, Valtteri Bottas is convinced he's ready to beat the four-time champion to the title this year.
Ice Racers challenge with Valtteri Bottas.
ESPN's Laurence Edmondson goes head-to-head against Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas on a snowy race track in Finland.
Racing on ice: Cross-karting with Valtteri Bottas
Valtteri Bottas challenged ESPN to a race on his home turf in Finland. No prizes for guessing who won.
Comparing F1's Halo to IndyCar's windshield
Having seen the first two examples of a 2018 Halo a week after IndyCar trialled a windscreen concept, Maurice Hamilton looks at why the former ended up being the FIA's final choice for Formula One.
Williams: 'We can't finish P5 or lower this year'
Williams is determined to put an end to its recent slide in performance, with deputy team principal Claire Williams saying it must improve on last year's championship position.
Williams releases digital images of new FW41
Williams has released the first images of its 2018 car following a season launch event in London.
Up close with Williams' FW41.
Get a closer look at Williams' 2018 challenger, the FW41.
The challenges facing Formula One in 2018
Ahead of the 2018 season, ESPN sat down with F1 CEO Chase Carey to discuss the challenges faced by F1's new owners in their sophomore year.
Alonso's winter training regime in numbers
McLaren driver Fernando Alonso says he is ready for the start of the 2018 season after posting details of his winter training regime on social media.
American F1 driver still long-term aim for Haas
Gene Haas has clarified his stance on signing an American driver for his Formula One team.
Haas reveals first shots of F1's Halo era
Haas has released the first images of a 2018 Formula One car with the Halo.
Revealed: The VF-18.
Take a look at Haas' VF-18, complete with halo, the first 2018 car to be revealed.
Inside the vital relationship between F1 driver and engineer
Though radio broadcasts have become a popular part of modern F1 broadcasts, there is more riding on the driver-engineer relationship than some heated exchanges -- as demonstrated by Haas' Romain Grosjean and Gary Gannon.
ESPN, Sky Sports join forces for Formula 1 2018 World Championship
An award-winning team of broadcasters will convey the excitement of the FIA Formula One World Championship to American viewers in 2018 as ESPN, Sky Sports and Formula 1 join forces to bring Sky Sports' presentation of the championship to the U.S.
McLaren has no concerns over Alonso's 27-race 2018 schedule
McLaren believes Fernando Alonso's increased workload from his World Endurance Championship commitments will help him find new levels of performance in Formula One this year.
Haas aims to close gap to Ferrari to 0.5s
Gene Haas has tasked his Formula One team with closing its gap in performance to Ferrari to just 0.5s per lap this year.
Renault launches esports racing team
Renault has joined the world of esports by launching its own team.
Red Bull confirms earlier car launch for 2018
Red Bull has confirmed it will launch its 2018 car on February 19, marking a break from the tradition of launching as close as possible to the opening pre-season test.
Ricciardo won't act like 'big dog' over contract
Daniel Ricciardo says he will not leave Red Bull waiting too long for his decision on whether to sign a new deal or drive elsewhere in 2019.
IndyCar's first on-track test of windscreen prototype.
Four-time Verizon IndyCar Series champion Scott Dixon tested the windscreen prototype at the ISM Raceway in Arizona.
McLaren sees potential to exploit performance from Halo
McLaren's chief aerodynamicist Peter Prodromou says the Halo opens up opportunities to gain aerodynamic performance as well as having some obvious downsides.
Listen to Ferrari's new engine fire up
Ferrari has fired up its 2018 Formula One car for the first time at its headquarters in Maranello.
WEC round moved to avoid Alonso-U.S. GP clash
Fernando Alonso can add another race to his bloated 2018 race schedule after the World Endurance Championship moved its Fuji round to avoid a clash with the U.S. Grand Prix.
Halo: Time to accept it and move on
Maurice Hamilton says the video released by Mercedes explaining the Halo device set for introduction in 2018 shows the context of the change -- and why fans need to accept that the device is happening.
McLaren tells F1 not to cave to Ferrari, Merc
McLaren boss Zak Brown says Formula One cannot afford to cater to existing manufacturers like Ferrari and Mercedes when deciding the next set of regulations.
McLaren: F1 needs clear vision for 2021
McLaren boss Zak Brown believes Formula One's teams and manufacturers face a big challenge if the next cycle of regulations are not agreed upon during the coming season.
Halo must withstand weight of London bus
Mercedes has released a video explaining the scale of the challenge it has faced to implement 2018's most controversial rule change.
Proposed IndyCar windscreen passes first test
Next up in testing is a ballistics test, when researchers will find out just how much the screen can take from small, medium and large size debris.
Fernando Alonso tests Toyota's Le Mans 'rocket ship'
Fernando Alonso has had his first experience of the Toyota he will race at this year's Le Mans 24 Hours, comparins the TS050-Hybrid car to a rocket ship.
High hosting costs preventing Kyalami's F1 return
South Africa's Kyalami circuit has the desire, but not the "financial wherewithal", to return to Formula One's calendar, according to a spokesperson.
F1 outcast Wehrlein returns to DTM for 2018
Pascal Wehrlein has confirmed he will return to German touring car series DTM -- which he won in 2015 -- after missing out on a Formula One seat for the coming season.
Dispelling two of F1's most annoying myths
Nate Saunders tackles two of the most common arguments against change in Formula One.
Double amputee Monger has comeback test
British teenager Billy Monger has returned to the cockpit of a single-seater race car for the first time since the horrific crash which led to the amputation of both his legs last April.
Webber: Ricciardo should set focus on Max
Former Red Bull driver Mark Webber believes Daniel Ricciardo should focus his attention on beating teammate Max Verstappen at the start of this season rather than worrying about his 2019 contract.
'Grid kids' will replace 'grid girls' in 2018
Following last week's announcement that Formula One will no longer use 'grid girls', the sport has launched a new 'grid kids' initiative ahead of the start of the 2018 season.
The new breed of F1-inspired road cars
For those lucky enough to be in the market for a hypercar, there has never been a better time to purchase a road-going vehicle with genuine Formula One pedigree.
Renault and BP extend deal
Oil company BP has extended its relationship with the Renault F1 team for another five years as part of a wider deal with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance.
McLaren feared Alonso would quit after 2017 pre-season
A new documentary has revealed McLaren had genuine fears Fernando Alonso would quit on the eve of the 2017 season and cause a domino effect which could destroy the team.
Stroll claims Massa was not a mentor
Former Williams teammates Felipe Massa and Lance Stroll appear to be at odds over the amount of help the Brazilian veteran offered the Canadian rookie last year.
Wolff: New Hamilton deal a matter of when, not if
Toto Wolff says it is "just a matter of time" until Lewis Hamilton signs a contract extension to keep him at Mercedes beyond 2018.
F1 confirms tweaks to weekend schedule for 2018
Formula One has confirmed a shake-up of its weekend schedule for the 2018 season, with races now starting at 10 minutes past the hour.
Lauda believes 'grid girl' ban is anti-women
Niki Lauda hopes Formula One reconsiders its ban on 'grid girls', a decision he believes is "stupid" and "against women".
Why F1 made the right decision about 'grid girls'
Following F1's decision to end the use of 'grid girls' ahead of the 2018 season, Jennie Gow says it shows the sport is ready to celebrate women as competitors rather than simply decoration.
Bernie: Nothing offensive about pretty women standing next to cars
Bernie Ecclestone has labelled Formula One's decision to end its use of grid girls as "prudish".
Formula E to F1: Welcome to the 21st century
Formula E has congratulated Formula One for the announcement it will no longer use grid girls, albeit with a little dig welcoming the championship to the 21st century.
All you need to know about Halo
The key facts you need to know about one of 2018's biggest F1 talking points.
What does an F1 driver debrief look like?
Nico Hulkenberg forces Renault trainees to think on their feet as he gives them detailed feedback in a real-life driver briefing.
How Brawn GP's success led to a Branson toilet mishap
Virgin boss Richard Branson has revealed he celebrated so hard after Brawn GP's first opening win of its fairytale 2009 campaign that he accidentally urinated on an autograph-seeking fan.