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Ferrari's final step back to becoming a Formula 1 world champion again will be the hardest, admits Sebastian Vettel
The aftermath of his controversial collision with Lewis Hamilton in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix was Sebastian Vettel's "worst feeling" of the 2017 Formula 1 season
Lewis Hamilton hopes his former team McLaren and Fernando Alonso are contenders for the 2018 Formula 1 world championship after their switch from Honda to Renault power
Michael Schumacher privately requested a Fiorano test the winter after winning his first Formula 1 title for Ferrari in 2000 to check his performance, FIA president Jean Todt has revealed
Jean Todt was only supposed to serve one term as FIA president, but in December will start his third. Two major international series have launched under his watch, but it's the transformation of the governing body's financial fortunes that he can be most proud of
A bit of social media fun revealed the thirst Formula 1 fans have for older circuits that have fallen off the calendar. There's no shortage of options, and they have varying degrees of likelihood - but will F1 listen?
The public backlash to Ferrari's latest Formula 1 quit threat was obvious. But can F1's bosses risk calling the famous Italian manufacturer's bluff this time?
Red Bull has spent a fortune on young driver development in the last decade. So why did it have to recall someone it had spurned years earlier when it ran out of Toro Rosso drivers?
Formula 1 bosses are considering renaming the halo cockpit protection device before its mandatory introduction for next year
The Williams Formula 1 team's profit during the first half of 2017 was boosted by a payment from Mercedes for releasing Valtteri Bottas, Autosport understands
The announcement that Formula E champion Lucas di Grassi was becoming CEO of Roborace raised eyebrows - why would a racing driver want to run a series that could make people in cockpits obsolete? He explains his vision, and an unexpected new direction for Roborace
McLaren has reached agreement with Honda to be released from their partnership and switch to Renault power from the 2018 Formula 1 season, Autosport has learned
One year ago, Liberty Media took charge of Formula 1. What has it achieved? And more to the point, what is it building towards?
The house that Bruce McLaren built got bigger under Ron Dennis - and it's getting bigger still. McLaren's Formula 1 DNA is now creeping into areas that stretch far beyond grand prix racing
The days of junior teams stepping up to Formula 1 appear long gone. And the reason behind the lack of quality options to expand the grid is easy to trace
Aerodynamic regulations beyond 2020 and the halo and shield cockpit protection devices are among the items to be discussed when Formula 1's Strategy Group meets on Wednesday, Autosport understands
Paddock gossip suggesting McLaren might announce a split from Honda in Austria proved to be just that - but it did serve to highlight a clause in Formula 1's sporting regulations that might make a divorce troublesome
Aston Martin and its key personnel are no strangers to smart Formula 1 tie-ups. But could a major collaboration form the basis of an Aston engine from 2020?
Sebastian Vettel has always drawn comparisons to Michael Schumacher. By deliberately hitting Lewis Hamilton, he's given another indicator he has the seven-time champion's bad characteristics as well as the good
Monisha Kaltenborn has stepped down from her position as Sauber Formula 1 team principal and chief executive officer, Autosport understands
Six months into Formula 1's new era, the Canadian Grand Prix was a good chance to take stock of how things are progressing over Liberty Media - and the encouraging signs were undermined by obfuscation and meaningless buzzwords
Plans for Formula 1's Russian Grand Prix to become a night race have been ruled out by the country's deputy prime minister
Formula 1's new motorsport managing director Ross Brawn says he could not work with Bernie Ecclestone, but he has denied making that a condition of taking on the role
Bernie Ecclestone now believes he charged grand prix venues too much money for the quality of show Formula 1 was providing in recent years
New Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe says the Formula 1 team is already stronger than world champion Mercedes in certain areas
A $150million gamble cost Formula 1 dearly when it scared Bernie Ecclestone out of trying to get ahead of the curve in broadcasting. That's just part of the overhaul F1's new owner Liberty needs to implement to get grand prix racing's future secure
As Formula 1's 2020 moment of truth approaches, expect new political alliances between teams - but rival factions rather than one unified body - and perhaps even tracks and broadcasters. And will Bernie Ecclestone be called into battle again?
Claire Williams believes the introduction of a budget cap in Formula 1 would suit her team because of the efficient way it already uses its modest funds