Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali says the sport’s presence in Qatar will be a force for good, amid concerns over the country’s human rights record.
Formula 1 has confirmed it will hold it first race in Qatar this year and return to the circuit from 2023 in a 10-year deal.
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Formula 1 and the Belgian Grand Prix promoter are looking at options for “recognition” of the spectators who attended last weekend’s event but saw no racing.
Having produced special tyres for Formula 1’s cancelled return to Zandvoort in 2020, Pirelli hasn’t done so this year.
Formula 1 has confirmed the 2021 calendar is being cut from 23 races to 22 following the cancellation of races due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Formula 1 is planning to reduce the number of races which will be held this year from 23 to 22 and add one new round in Qatar at the end of the season.
The 2021 Japanese Grand Prix has been cancelled by the Japanese government due to ongoing concerns about COVID-19 contagion.
As the championship fight between Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen intensifies, Formula 1 must put a swift end to uncertainty over this year’s schedule.
The promoters of the Spanish Grand Prix have confirmed this year’s race will go ahead without spectators.
Formula 1 remains in discussion with the Canadian Grand Prix promoters about the possibility of staging this year’s race, amid reports it has been cancelled.
The 2021 F1 calendar is to be completed by the addition of the Portuguese Grand Prix in its previously vacant May 2nd slot, the FIA has indicated.
The Autodromo do Algarve in Portugal will return to the Formula 1 calendar in 2021 as the venue for the third round of the championship.
New F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali insists the sport will not seek to have staff and competitors prioritised for vaccinations to ensure its 23-race schedule can go ahead.
The promoters of F1’s race at Imola in April intend to call it the ‘Made in Italy and Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix’.
Formula 1 may shorten its record 23-race schedule in future seasons, new CEO Stefano Domenicali has indicated.
The Australian Grand Prix promoter wants to return the race to its traditional March slot in 2022 following its postponement to November this year.
Formula 1 is in a race against Covid-19 to salvage its 23-race calendar for the 2021 season. How much more disruption will we see?
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.