McLaren will keep Alonso on speed dial
Fernando Alonso is leaving Formula One after Sunday's season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix but McLaren say they will not hesitate to seek his services again if needed.
McLaren to run special Alonso paint scheme in Abu Dhabi
McLaren will mark Fernando Alonso's final race in Formula One by running a special colour scheme in his honour for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Seven female drivers signed up for Formula E's Saudi test
At least seven female racing drivers will take part in a Formula E test in Saudi Arabia after the country hosts the season-opening race next month, the all-electric series said on Tuesday.
Three wild alternate Fernando Alonso career histories, and how different F1 looks in each
Fernando Alonso is leaving F1 with just two world titles to his name and he only has himself to blame. Ahead of his final grand prix, ESPN charts three different paths the Spaniard could have taken to the bounty of records and titles his talent deserved.
What's caused Vettel's drop in form?
Jennie Gow and Maurice Hamilton ask why Sebastian Vettel has faded as the 2018 season has gone on.
Renault's Ghosn expected to be sacked following arrest
The chairman of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, Carlos Ghosn, has been arrested in Japan over allegations of financial impropriety and is expected to be sacked from his position.
Dutch GP could return as F1 looks to 'Max factor'
Formula One is hoping to bring back the Dutch Grand Prix and build on the wave of popularity surrounding Red Bull's Max Verstappen.
Alonso explains why he is leaving F1 with no regrets and no plans to come back
In an exclusive interview, Fernando Alonso gives his reasons for leaving F1 and explains why he has no plans to come back.
WATCH: F3 racer Floersch in terrifying 276 km/h shunt in Macau
German teenage F3 driver Sophia Floersch crashed out of the Macau Grand Prix at high-speed after contact with two rival's cars.
Max will be champion when he irons out 'raw edges' - Wolff
Toto Wolff believes Red Bull's Max Verstappen is an "unbelievable talent" but says the Dutchman still has some flaws he needs to address before he can be Formula One champion.
Calderon completes second test for Sauber
Sauber's female test driver Tatiana Calderon completed her second test for the Sauber team over the weekend, completing 202 laps at Italy's Fiorano race track.
David Morgan: 1944-2018
Maurice Hamilton on the legacy of one-time grand prix entrant David Morgan, best remembered for a physical altercation with a young James Hunt at a British Formula 3 race in 1970.
F1 ready to axe races with 'unattractive' deals
Formula One CEO Chase Carey says races inherited from the Bernie Ecclestone regime are at risk if they do not offer attractive deals for commercial growth and fan interest.
Hamilton wary of 2019 threat from Leclerc and Verstappen
Five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton says he will have to up his game next year if he is to hold off the threat from the next generation of Formula One talent.
Koskas set to replace Stoll as Renault Sport president
The head of Renault's racing programme, Jerome Stoll, is due to be replaced by Thierry Koskas on January 1, 2019, as the French manufacturer continues its pursuit of a Formula One title.
Calderon to take part in second test with Sauber
Sauber will give Colombian Tatiana Calderon her second Formula One test outing in a 2013 car at Ferrari's Fiorano circuit this weekend, the Swiss-based team said on Thursday.
McLaren's Indy 500 bid to be overseen by ex-Force India deputy Fernley
Fernando Alonso and McLaren's 2019 Indy 500 bid will be overseen by former Force India deputy team boss Bob Fernley.
Lewis justifies comments about F1 racing in 'poor place' like India
Lewis Hamilton has moved to clarify comments he made about Formula One's push to race in countries with a limited wealth and racing heritage.
'Extraordinary' Lewis integral to Mercedes' five straight titles - Wolff
Mercedes could not have claimed five Formula One constructors' championships in a row if it were not for Lewis Hamilton, according to team boss Toto Wolff.
Sainz: Max didn't block my move to Red Bull
Carlos Sainz does not believe former teammate Max Verstappen was the reason he was overlooked for a 2019 Red Bull seat in favour of Pierre Gasly.
Why Gasly ignored Toro Rosso team orders in Brazil
Pierre Gasly says he refused Toro Rosso's request to let teammate Brendon Hartley pass him during the Brazilian Grand Prix because they were not racing for points.
Mercedes celebrates its fifth consecutive title
Go behind the scenes at Mercedes' Brackley base as the team celebrates its fifth consecutive constructors' title.
Did Max and Ocon get off lightly for their Brazil transgressions?
A discussion of the biggest talking points from the controversial Brazilian Grand Prix, including Max Verstappen and Esteban Ocon's controversial clashes on and off the track.
Verstappen vs Ocon: Off track clash
Was Max Verstappen's Brazil Grand Prix shoving match with Esteban Ocon a welcome show of passion, or completely unnecessary?
Max Verstappen: Bad press or F1 box office?
Love him or loathe him, Max Verstappen will be making headlines in Formula One for years to come. But are his antics good or bad for the sport?
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