Mercedes to complete private Silverstone test
Mercedes has scheduled two days of private testing for its drivers at Silverstone next week as the team aims to prepare for Formula One's return to racing next month.
W Series cancels 2020 season due to pandemic
Motor racing's all-female W Series canceled its 2020 season on Thursday due to the COVID-19 pandemic but promised to return next year with at least two support races on the Formula One calendar.
Donnarumma, Laporte to join F1 virtual race
Manchester City defender Aymeric Laporte and AC Milan's Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma will be up against eight regular Formula One drivers in the sport's penultimate virtual grand prix on Sunday.
ESPN F1 Podcast: The Hamilton vs. Rosberg rivalry
In the latest episode of the ESPN F1 Podcast, Alexis Nunes is joined by F1 journalists Laurence Edmondson and Nate Saunders to look back at the most explosive F1 rivalry of recent years.
Who came out on top: Hamilton or Rosberg?
Nate Saunders and Laurence Edmondson debate who prevailed in the Lewis Hamilton vs. Nico Rosberg rivalry.
Norris drives an F3 car ahead of F1 return
After Covid-19 lockdown and months of virtual racing, McLaren's Lando Norris has got behind the wheel for real by taking a Formula Three car for a spin at Silverstone.
The three reasons Mercedes blocked reverse grids
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has outlined the reasons why his team decided to block a plan to shake up F1's qualifying procedure at two races this year.
Mercedes keeping options open over Vettel
Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has refused to rule out signing Sebastian Vettel for next year, but says his priority remains with the drivers he currently has under contract.
No reverse grids but F1 still open to new formats
Formula One has confirmed it will not go ahead with plans to include reverse-grid qualifying races at select grands prix this year but is still open to experimentation with its weekend formats.
Wolff supports Hamilton's fight against inequality
Wolff: F1 doesn't need reverse grid 'gimmick'
Toto Wolff addresses why Mercedes dislike the idea of a reverse grid in F1 to create more exciting races.
Wolff: You can't just turn Vettel down immediately
Toto Wolff explains why he's keeping Mercedes' options open with Sebastian Vettel set to leave Ferrari.
Chase Carey: A positive test would not cancel a race
Formula One CEO Chase Carey outlines new safety measures and insists positive tests will not cancel races.
A driver testing positive for the coronavirus would not cancel F1 race
A driver testing positive for the coronavirus would not automatically see a race cancelled once Formula One gets underway next month, the sport's CEO, Chase Carey, said.
F1 announces dates for return to racing
Formula One has announced the first eight dates of its rescheduled calendar as the sport aims to return to racing behind closed doors on July 5 in Austria.
Silverstone gets go-ahead for two races this summer
Formula One is set to host two races behind closed doors at Silverstone this summer after the British government gave assurances that those travelling with the sport would be able to gain exemption from U.K. quarantine rules.
'It's 2020, ffs' - Ricciardo angered by racism
Australian Formula One driver Daniel Ricciardo has urged society to grow up and move away from the "toxic" and "disgraceful" racism many are subjected to on a daily basis.
Mercedes set to oppose F1 reverse grid qualifying plan
Mercedes are set to oppose proposals for an experimental reverse-grid qualifying race when Austria hosts two grands prix in July.
Hamilton calls out 'white dominated' F1 for silence over George Floyd
Reigning Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton has called out the "white dominated" world of Formula One for its silence amid the ongoing protests around the death of George Floyd.
Crowd-free F1 races on July 5, 12 in Austria
Austria's health ministry announced on Saturday that two Formula One motor races can go ahead on July 8 and 12 without spectators.
Williams says any team sale would be to secure F1 future
Williams are prepared to end decades of family control and sell the struggling Formula One team to secure its future after tough times on and off the track, deputy principal Claire Williams said on Friday.
Williams considers sale of struggling F1 team
Williams is considering a sale of its once-dominant but now struggling Formula One team as part of a new strategic direction, Williams Grand Prix Holdings (WGPH) said on Friday.
Renault confirms it will stay in F1
Renault plans to stay in Formula One despite the French car manufacturer undergoing a major restructuring process that will see 15,000 layoffs worldwide.
Carlos Sainz on his move to Ferrari
Carlos Sainz talks about how his move to Ferrari came about and how he is grateful to McLaren for its support.
Mercedes responds to F1 exit reports
Mercedes' parent company, Daimler, has denied it is planning to quit Formula One after a speculative report in Germany claimed a plan had been hatched to sell the team to Aston Martin owner Lawrence Stroll.
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