Has Sainz made the right move joining Ferrari?
Joining Ferrari is a dream for most Formula One drivers, but Carlos Sainz has done so at the team's lowest point of the modern era. Laurence Edmondson weighs up the logic and timing of the move.
Sainz makes Ferrari debut at Fiorano
Carlos Sainz completed his first laps for Ferrari at the team's Italian circuit Fiorano on Wednesday.
Revised F1 calendar: Imola returns and Australian GP moved to November
Formula One has issued a revised 2021 calendar, with the planned season-opener in Australia postponed until November and a race at Imola replacing the Chinese Grand Prix.
Perez: I still can't believe I'm at Red Bull
Perez: Red Bull signing like 'a dog finding new family'
Sergio Perez who has moved to Red Bull Racing this season says he is adjusting to his surroundings at the Milton Keynes factory after seven years at Racing Point.
Alpine reveals interim livery as part of rebrand
Alpine has released images of its 2021 Formula One car, the A521, in an interim livery as part of a brand relaunch event.
Abiteboul leaves Renault ahead of Alpine rebrand
Long-time Renault F1 team boss Cyril Abiteboul has left the company ahead of its first season competing under the Alpine name and will replaced by Laurent Rossi.
How 2020 changed Lewis Hamilton
Why Perez was the right choice for Red Bull
Sergio Perez was an unconventional but logical decision for Red Bull and could help the team take the fight to Mercedes in 2021, writes Laurence Edmondson.
Hamilton: Perez makes Red Bull a bigger threat in 2021
Lewis Hamilton said he is "so happy" to see Sergio Perez earn an opportunity with Red Bull, which he says will put the team in a stronger position to fight for wins in 2021.
F1's 23-race 2021 schedule
Formula One's 23-race schedule for 2021, featuring a new race in Saudi Arabia, has been given the official stamp of approval by the FIA's World Motor Sport Council.
Sao Paulo's Interlagos to keep F1 race until 2025
Formula One has confirmed the Brazilian Grand Prix will remain at Sao Paulo's Interlagos until 2025, rebranded as the Sao Paulo Grand Prix.
Ineos buys one third of Mercedes F1 team
British chemical company Ineos has acquired one third of the shares in the Mercedes Formula One team from Mercedes' parent company Daimler.
Mercedes never considered leaving F1
Mercedes parent company Daimler has confirmed it never considered withdrawing from Formula One, despite rumours earlier this year that it was weighing up its options.