In the round-up: Gasly puzzled by team’s “massive risk” • Albon frustrated after crash • Ricciardo hails best result of season
In the round-up: AlphaTauri must take advantage of top ten starts – Gasly • Slicks in Q2 was wrong call – Zhou • Garcia takes W Series pole
Lewis Hamilton has been summoned to meet with the stewards at the Singapore Grand Prix over a potential breach of the rules regarding drivers’ equipment including jewellery.
The recently-announced 2023 Formula 1 calendar includes a record 24 races, but the series is working on a strategy to add a 25th.
In the round-up: Albon feeling better than expected after hospital admission • Lack of track time not ideal for Leclerc • FIA responds to cost cap reports
Sky Sports has extended its exclusive deal to broadcast live coverage of Formula 1, F2 and FIA F3 in the United Kingdom.
Two Formula 1 teams are believed to have exceeded the sport’s budget cap in the first year it was introduced, according to reports in German and Italian media.
In the round-up: Bottas impressed by Zhou’s lack of errors • Fluid loss impairs concentration in Singapore – Gasly • Mercedes “not far away” – Hamilton
F1 teams’ Singapore preparations regimes are so strict they even tell drivers which side of the aeroplane to sit on. It’s all done to help them cope with an ever-growing calendar.
A respectable rookie campaign earned Zhou Guanyu a second season in F1 but he must prove he can build on that early promise.
In the round-up: Verstappen not thinking about chance to clinch title this weekend • Singapore extends DRS zones • W Series ‘may not complete season’
Williams have confirmed Alex Albon will return to the cockpit for the Singapore Grand Prix, after he missed the Italian Grand Prix due to appendicitis
F2 promoter Bruno Michel staunchly defends the FIA superlicence points system, but is a lack of critical thought serving his series’ interests?
Alpine’s Singapore GP upgrade package includes a new floor that they hope will return them to their previous form after not scoring at Monza
Mercedes have extended their title sponsorship and technical agreement with Petronas with a new contract lasting until 2029.
In the round-up: Iwasa “standout” Red Bull junior in F2, Hauger “a bit underwhelming” – Horner • Agren returns to W Series • Danish prodigy to make F4 debut
Formula 1 has confirmed it will double the number of sprint races next season to six, in addition to the 24 grands prix.
Max Verstappen has been given an even higher rating in the latest edition of the official Formula 1 racing game F1 22.
Oscar Piastri has chosen 81 to be his race number in Formula 1 for when he makes his debut next year with McLaren
Zhou Guanyu, who made his debut in Formula 1 this year, has earned a second season at Alfa Romeo.