Fernando Alonso wants the FIA to pay more attention to drivers abusing track limits than clamping down on post-race celebrations.
Max Verstappen says he performed his post-race burn-out last weekend safely, despite the FIA warning a repeat will not be tolerated.
Lewis Hamilton has admitted he was aware Mercedes has an upgrade planned for its 2021 car, despite having previously indicated they did not.
Pierre Gasly intends to speak to Formula 1 race director Michael Masi about why the stewards did not investigate his collision with Charles Leclerc which forced him out of the Styrian Grand Prix.
Haas’s Nikita Mazepin is “pretty certain” having a heavier car than team mate Mick Schumacher has cost him on-track in his rookie F1 season
Carlos Sainz Jnr expressed his gratitude for the “teamwork” between Ferrari and Mercedes after he was able to unlap himself from Lewis Hamilton during the Styrian Grand Prix.
Sergio Perez says his move to Red Bull proved more challenging than he expected because of the “extreme” differences between the team and his previous outfit.
Aston Martin have made a second signing from Red Bull’s aerodynamics department, hiring Andrew Alessi as head of technical operations
Forecasts of rain last weekend repeatedly failed to materialise, and Formula 1 is set for more of the same as it races in Austria again.
Formula 1 teams are less willing to complain about their rivals because they know their messages may be broadcast on television, race director Michael Masi believes.
Will Red Bull sustain their winning run at home as drivers have to cope with softer rubber for this weekend’s race?
Mercedes chief technical officer James Allison confirms the team will bring new parts to its car this year after team principal Toto Wolff indicated otherwise.
It’s race week! Formula 1 stays at the Red Bull Ring for the Austrian Grand Prix with W Series plus Formula 3. IndyCar’s season continues at Mid-Ohio.
Formula 2 championship leader Guanyu Zhou will make his first appearance in an official Formula 1 practice session at this weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix.
The Turkish Grand Prix has been cancelled, leading F1 to add a second race in Austria and move France’s round forward by one week.
Formula 1 has confirmed details of the starting times for all bar one of the rounds on its 23-race calendar, having restored on-the-hour starts for 2021.
Formula 1 has confirmed its 2021 season will begin later than planned as the Australian and Chinese grands prix have been postponed due to the pandemic.
Formula 1 is closing on a return to both Portugal’s Algarve circuit and Imola in Italy this year as the pandemic puts multiple early-season fly-away races in jeopardy.
Formula 2 and Formula 3 have confirmed their schedules for next year, which will take place alongside separate rounds of the 2021 F1 calendar.
Formula 1 has revealed a draft calendar featuring a record-breaking 23 races for next year’s championship, but Vietnam does not feature and the venue for one of the events has not been confirmed.