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Red Bull duo on Ricciardo sim input
Williams faces long F1 recovery road
Albon: F1 drivers are "all concerned" by FIA clampdown on statements
Gulf looking at full F1 livery option with Williams
Williams reveals livery for 2023

Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez reckon Red Bull will gain significantly from Daniel Ricciardo working in its simulator on Formula 1 weekends as part of his new third driver role.

Albon warns Williams F1 has "long road ahead" to recover Williams launch
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Alex Albon admits that his Williams Formula 1 team has a “long road ahead” as it tries to progress up the field this year.

Alex Albon says that Formula 1 drivers are “all concerned” by the FIA’s clampdown on political statements this year, believing they have a “responsibility” to speak up on important issues.

Gulf looking at full F1 livery option with Williams Williams launch
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Gulf says it is open to the idea of a one-off full livery takeover of the Williams Formula 1 car, like it did with McLaren at the 2021 Monaco Grand Prix.

Williams has revealed the car livery it will run in the 2023 Formula 1 season, as well as introducing new driver Logan Sargeant alongside incumbent racer Alex Albon.

Why the time was right for Ford's F1 return with Red Bull

Some 22 years after pulling the plug out of Jaguar and handing the keys to a certain Dietrich Mateschitz, the paths of Ford and Red Bull have crossed again. And their 2026 Formula 1 alliance makes sense for both parties.

Tickets for F1 Italian Grand Prix and F1 Imola Grand Prix 2023 now on sale

Such is the clamour for Formula 1 in Italy the country sees two races take place inside its borders each year.

Horner: F1 drivers shouldn’t be “robots” amid ban on political statements

Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner has cautioned that Formula 1 drivers should not be a “load of robots” in the wake of the FIA’s new restrictions on making statements.

Analysis: How Albon made the most of his second F1 chance with Williams

Cast aside by Red Bull Racing at the end of 2020, Alex Albon knew a second shot in Formula 1 would be hard to come by. But after a year on the sidelines, he grabbed his redemption chance at Williams with both hands.

Ricciardo: Australian GP buzz will tell me a lot about F1 comeback

Red Bull third driver Daniel Ricciardo says attending his home grand prix in Melbourne will likely tell him whether he wants to make a full-time comeback to Formula 1 or not.

The pioneering F1 car that preceded Lotus’s terminal decline Prime

The pioneering F1 car that preceded Lotus’s terminal decline

In the hands of Ayrton Senna the actively-suspended 99T would be the last F1 race-winning Lotus but, as Stuart Codling reveals, it was a complicated machine that caused more problems than it solved.

Horner: Red Bull faces "significant handicap" with F1 aero testing restrictions

Red Bull faces a “significant handicap” for 2023 due to the aerodynamic testing restrictions imposed after winning the Formula 1 championship and exceeding the cost cap, says team boss Christian Horner.

Ranked! The top 10 worst F1 cars to win a grand prix

Cars that rarely looked like contenders for victory have occasionally slipped through the net to become winners of world championship Formula 1 races. But which was the worst of the bunch?

Schumacher radio criticism highlighted F1 privacy change for Russell

George Russell says that the way an off-the-cuff radio remark criticising Mick Schumacher last year became a big deal shows how he is more under the spotlight in Formula 1.

Alesi: “Politics”, not F1, to blame for French GP exit

New Paul Ricard track president Jean Alesi says he’ll lobby France's president Emmanuel Macron to regain the French Grand Prix, and believes Formula 1 isn’t to blame for its exit.

How Tyrrell became a racing Rubik’s cube as it faded out of F1 Prime

How Tyrrell became a racing Rubik’s cube as it faded out of F1

Formula 1’s transformation into a global sport meant the gradual extinction for a small team determined to stay true to its low-budget roots. But Tyrrell would eventually be reborn as a world-beating outfit again, explains Maurce Hamilton, albeit in different colours…

Verstappen explains “absurd” F1 sim in private jet story

Formula 1 World Champion Max Verstappen has laughed off Helmut Marko's suggestions that he is installing a racing simulator on his private jet, saying it was a misunderstanding.

Ford: F1 return wasn’t possible without changes to engine rules

Ford would not have returned to Formula 1 without the major changes to the engine regulations for 2026, according to its motorsport boss.

No Bathurst lap record for Red Bull F1 car

Jenson Button continues to hold the unofficial lap record at Bathurst following the latest Formula 1 demonstration at the circuit.

De Vries cleared of wrongdoing in dispute over €250K loan

Nyck de Vries has been cleared of any wrongdoing in an Amsterdam court over a claim launched against him by real estate magnate Jeroen Schothorst relating to a €250,000 loan.

Horner admits Red Bull’s real F1 RB19 will be ‘somewhat different’

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says the real RB19 that will appear in Formula 1 testing in Bahrain later this month will be ‘somewhat different'.

Horner hints at closer links between Mercedes and Williams F1 teams

Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner has hinted that there could be a closer relationship between the Mercedes and Williams Formula 1 teams in the wake of James Vowles’s move.

Ford remains committed to WRC amid F1 return

Ford has stated that it remains committed to its programme in the World Rally Championship following confirmation of its return to Formula 1 as an engine supplier from 2026.

Assessing Hamilton's remarkable decade as a Mercedes F1 driver Prime

Assessing Hamilton's remarkable decade as a Mercedes F1 driver

Many doubted Lewis Hamilton’s move from McLaren to Mercedes for the 2013 Formula 1 season. But the journey he’s been on since has taken the Briton to new heights - and to a further six world championship titles.

Why new-look Haas is a litmus test for Formula 1’s new era Prime

Why new-look Haas is a litmus test for Formula 1’s new era

OPINION: With teams outside the top three having struggled in Formula 1 in recent seasons, the rules changes introduced in 2022 should have more of an impact this season. How well Haas does, as the poster child for the kind of team that F1 wanted to be able to challenge at the front, is crucial