Following the announcement in June confirming the opening eight races of the Formula 1 calendar, the sport announced Mugello and Sochi will join the revised 2020 calendar.
As Formula 1 returns to racing this week, F1 and Spotify have announced an all new podcast series partnership, bringing fans the latest news, updates, and exclusive interviews from Formula 1’s biggest names.
The Silver Arrows will run an all-black base livery for the 2020 season. A statement that Mercedes-AMG F1 stand against racism and discrimination in all forms and a a public pledge to further improve the diversity of the team and the sport.
Following the launch of #WeRaceAsOne initiative earlier this week, Formula 1 is setting out further measures to increase the diversity and inclusion across the sport.
Sauber Motorsport, which operates the Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN entry in the Formula One world championship, has officially unveiled the plans for a new driver development programme, the Sauber Academy – with four young talents as the first inductees for 2020.
Following the announcement earlier this month confirming the opening eight races of the Formula 1 calendar, the sport is working with all partners to finalise the remaining calendar for the season.
F1 has announced the opening eight races of the 2020 calendar following the postponement of the 2020 FIA Formula 1 World Championship due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
One year ago today we lost one of the greatest legends of Formula 1.
It was April 21 1985, in monsoon conditions, that a determined young Brazilian raced to his first Formula 1 victory and cemented his name in motorsport folklore.
ExxonMobil has agreed to a multi-year extension of its successful collaboration with the Aston Martin Red Bull Racing Formula 1 team, which will see ExxonMobil continue as the team’s official fuel, lubricant and technology partner.
Formula E is teaming up with UNICEF to support the global coronavirus appeal, protecting vulnerable children and families most at risk during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.