Whitmarsh to advise FIA on cost control
Former McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh has taken on a temporary role with the FIA to advise the governing body on ways to reduce costs in Formula One.
Lewis Hamilton returns to social media
Lewis Hamilton has returned to social media two weeks after deleting all his posts from Twitter and Instagram.
Williams confirms Sirotkin to partner Stroll.
New Williams driver Sergey Sirotkin looks forward to taking his place on the starting grid in 2018.
Kubica returns to F1 as Williams reserve driver.
Robert Kubica speaks out making his way back to Formula 1 as he is named reserve and development driver at Williams.
Kubica still targeting race drive
Robert Kubica is still targeting a race seat in Formula One despite settling for a testing role with Williams in 2018.
Sirotkin secures Williams drive for 2018
Williams has confirmed Sergey Sirotkin will drive for its team alongside Lance Stroll this year, filling the last available place on the 2018 grid.
Rosberg hopes to rekindle friendship with Hamilton
Nico Rosberg hopes time will heal his relationship with former F1 teammate Lewis Hamilton after falling out during their time racing alongside each other.
F1 still 'nowhere' on social media
Formula One bosses know the series is still "so far" from rival sports in terms of social media despite registering a huge increase in followers during 2017.
'Single-minded' F1 urged to reconsider IndyCar talents
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.
Multicircuit champion Dan Gurney dies at 86
Dan Gurney, who was crowned in IndyCar, NASCAR Cup, Formula 1 and Le Mans, has died at age 86 of complications from pneumonia.
American drivers lash out at Haas for F1 driver policy
Haas has had its authenticity as a true American team questioned following some "B.S" comments made by its F1 team boss Guenther Steiner about the viability of looking to IndyCar for future drivers.
F1 evaluating changes to grid formation
Formula One bosses are considering changing the way the grid forms up before the start of a grand prix in the future, according to Pat Symonds.
Vettel: Ferrari fired up to beat Mercedes in 2018
Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari has learnt from its mistakes last year and is "fired up" to beat rivals Mercedes in the 2018 Formula One season.
Brawn promises 'sensational' future F1 cars
Formula One's managing director of motorsports Ross Brawn says F1 cars of the future will look "sensational" in their design and should resemble futuristic video games.
New digital rights part of Movistar+ F1 TV deal
Formula One will provide Spanish broadcasters Movistar+ with exclusive digital rights to cover all F1 grands prix in an extended TV partnership that will run through until 2020.
Pirelli: F1 fans won't be confused by 2018 tyres
Pirelli does not think fans will have difficulty understanding its expanded 2018 tyre range once they have seen the compounds in action.
Honda reveals Button's Super GT team for 2018
Honda has announced the team for which 2009 Formula One world champion Jenson Button will contest his first full season with in Japan's 2018 Super GT series.
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.
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.
F1 boss Carey keen on Copenhagen race by 2020
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.
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.
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