Jean-Pierre Jabouille, whose victory for Renault in the 1979 French Grand Prix heralded a new era of turbo-powered Formula 1 cars, has died at the age of 80.
The FIA has formally invited applications for up to two new teams to enter Formula 1 from 2025.
The first of 15 drivers who will contest Formula 1’s new all-female junior series has been announced. Lena Bühler will race for ART.
The only existing Formula 1 car used by an American driver to win a world championship will be put up for auction at the end of the current season.
New AlphaTauri driver Nyck de Vries admits he struggled to cope with the pressure at times on his way to F1 and was “too scared” to face one team after a crash.
New Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur has rubbished claims the team has gained 30bhp from its power unit during the off-season.
Valtteri Bottas has expressed concern over the FIA’s new rules restricting drivers’ political expressions.
IndyCar team Foyt has changed the number that one of its cars will use this year due to “ideologic and symbolic references”.
New Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur revealed he has spoken to two notable predecessors in preparation for taking over the role.
Jake Hughes tells RaceFans his three years’ experience as a Mercedes F1 simulator driver are paying off after his impressive Formula E debut.
Robert Wickens, who suffered spinal injuries in an IndyCar crash five years ago, has confirmed his interest in returning to the series.
New Ferrari F1 chief Frederic Vasseur says they “are in the process to review everything” after their 2022 defeat as he targets the title in his first year at the team.
Max Verstappen is installing a simracing rig on his private jet, according to Red Bull’s motorsport consultant Helmut Marko.
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem wants to concentrate more on rallying after being “sucked into Formula 1” in 2022. Is that likely to happen?
FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem has been urged to scrap a new rule forbidding drivers such as Lewis Hamilton from making political statements.
Formula 1 has criticised comments made by president Mohammed Ben Sulayem yesterday regarding the value of the sport in a letter to the FIA.
Lewis Hamilton says his experience of racism spurred him on to push for diversity in Formula 1, and he is now starting to see change.
The president of the FIA says any potential buyer for Formula 1 must apply “common sense” following reports a Saudi Arabian fund made a $20 billion (£16.16bn) bid for the sport.
Lewis Hamilton says more should be done to share the world’s wealth between those who have the most and those who have the least.
Which F1 rookie is older than half the field? Which teams’ drivers have never won a championship? A look at the 2023 field in numbers.