The coronavirus Covid-19 threat has halted all racing action around the world.
Aston Martin’s return to Formula 1 is confirmed. The 2021 season will see one of the greatest car brands, Aston Martin, return to the grid as a works F1 team, continuing to operate from its base in Silverstone.
During the past two weeks a collective of seven UK-based F1 teams, their respective technology arms and Formula 1 have formed a united front against the coronavirus pandemic.
The 2020 racing season will eventually start, it’s now time to get the most accurate information available from Formula One’s foremost information provider.
There’s now less than two weeks to go until Formula 1 fans will finally get to see all the cars that will compete for the 2020 FIA Formula 1 World Championship, on track together for the first time.
For the third year in a row, Formula 1 grew its audience figures, across both TV and digital platforms, compared to the previous season.
BMW i Andretti Motorsport's Max Guenther clinched a hard-earned victory in the scorching heat of Santiago after a fierce battle with DS Techeetah's Antonio Felix da Costa. Coming in third was Poleman and Panasonic Jaguar Racing driver Mitch Evans. Here's how it all unfolded.