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Norris: McLaren’s F1 team boss approach important in my development

McLaren Formula 1 driver Lando Norris believes his CEO Zak Brown and team boss Andreas Seidl have played a "hugely important' role in his development over the past two and a half years.

Ferrari has the best driver line-up in F1, says Binotto

Carlos Sainz Jr and Charles Leclerc form the best driver line-up of any team in Formula 1, reckons Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto.

Ferrari: Good that Sainz questioned strategy during Hungarian GP

Mattia Binotto took no issue with how Carlos Sainz Jr questioned Ferrari’s Formula 1 strategy calls in Hungary on Sunday, saying the two-way debate was proof of good communication.

Ferrari: Low speed performance "not a given" after Monaco pole

Ferrari Formula 1 team principal Mattia Binotto says his team's impressive speed at the Monaco Grand Prix doesn't mean that it will be able to challenge Mercedes and Red Bull at other low-speed circuits in 2021.

Vettel: Steering tricky to adapt to in Aston Martin F1 switch

Sebastian Vettel says getting to know his Aston Martin Formula 1 team better, and getting on top of its steering characteristics, are two areas he needs to improve most.

McLaren using F1 car development tokens on engine switch won't hurt team - Seidl

McLaren's need to burn up its car development tokens on switching Formula 1 engines for next year will not prevent it from gaining performance, according to team principal Andreas Seidl

Brazilian president reveals grand prix will move to Rio for 2020

The Brazilian Grand Prix will move next year to a new purpose-built circuit in Rio de Janeiro that could be named after Ayrton Senna, the country's president has revealed

Cyril Abiteboul: Disappointed Renault must be hard on itself

Renault's Formula 1 team needs to be hard on itself if it is to bounce back from the disappointment of the Australian Grand Prix, reckons its managing director Cyril Abiteboul

Mercedes Formula 1 team brings new rear wheel design for Belgian GP

Mercedes has introduced an aggressive update to its rear wheel design at Formula 1's Belgian Grand Prix as it attempts to find an advantage over Ferrari

Force India F1 engine situation clarified, future prize money in doubt

The FIA has clarified Force India's engine situation for the remainder of 2018 Formula 1 season, with attention now shifting to the status of the team's future prize money

Horner slams Renault for below par product after Verstappen retires

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says the service it is getting from Renault is 'some way' below what it is paying for, after being hit with another power unit failure in the Hungarian Grand Prix

Ferrari president Marchionne could be replaced earlier than expected

Ferrari president and Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne could step down from his role earlier than expected, with the Italian car company's board potentially putting a successor in place later on Saturday

Formula 1: Mercedes blames 'tyre issue' for lack of pace in China

Mercedes has blamed difficulties in managing Formula 1 tyre temperatures for being beaten to the front row by Ferrari in Chinese Grand Prix qualifying

'Fundamental' issue with Force India's F1 car is holding it back

Force India admits its new Formula 1 car is being held back by a 'fundamental' problem that is affecting its balance in corners

Formula 1: Haas shuffles crew afrer Australian GP pitstop blunders

Haas has reshuffled its pit crew and introduced an extra fail-safe system to try to prevent a repeat of its Australian Grand Prix pitstop blunders

Sebastian Vettel 'struggled' for rhythm until last US GP Q3 run

Sebastian Vettel says he "struggled" to find rhythm in qualifying for Formula 1's United States Grand Prix, until the crucial final run that gained him a front-row start

Daniil Kvyat 'deserves' clarity on his Red Bull Formula 1 future

Daniil Kvyat feels he "deserves" clarity from Red Bull over his future in Formula 1, after being dropped for Pierre Gasly recently then recalled for the US Grand Prix

Vettel took extra risk in Japanese GP qualifying that didn't work

Sebastian Vettel took an extra risk that "didn't work" in the final part of qualifying for Formula 1's Japanese Grand Prix because of Valtteri Bottas's grid penalty

Renault F1 team rubbishes Robert Kubica free practice rumours

Renault has rubbished suggestions that it is lining up Robert Kubica for a Formula 1 free practice outing later this year, amid doubts over Jolyon Palmer's future

Valtteri Bottas says strong form key to Mercedes Formula 1 future

Valtteri Bottas believes consistently strong form is the key to securing a fresh contract with the Mercedes Formula 1 team for 2018

Ferrari laughs off team order claims between Vettel and Raikkonen

Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene says he was "laughing a bit" at suggestions the team is favouring Sebastian Vettel over Kimi Raikkonen in the 2017 Formula 1 title battle

F1 brings back traditional mechanics' raft race at the Canadian GP

Formula 1 has resurrected the famous mechanics' raft race at the Canadian Grand Prix, as part of a push by the championship's new owners to make events more fun

F1 and FIA begin project to improve racing amid overtaking worries

Formula 1 chiefs have started a joint research programme with the FIA in order to allow cars to race more closely, after concerns about overtaking during the 2017 season

Vettel happy in his role at Red Bull

Sebastian Vettel said that he is very happy at Red Bull and has dismissed speculation that he may be tempted to join Ferrari in the next few years

Engine parity key to RBR Renault deal

Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner says moves to ensure there is engine parity in Formula 1 next year are vital - with the issue stalling his team's new supply deal with Renault for 2010

RACE RESULTS; Mika Hakkinen Wins the Austrian GP

Mika Hakkinen led David Coulthard home for a McLaren one-two at the Austrian Grand Prix on Sunday after Ferrari's Michael Schumacher spun out in a first corner collision.

Schumacher Says Hakkinen Should Have Moved On

Michael Schumacher suggested on Friday that Formula One world champion Mika Hakkinen should have left McLaren last season to keep himself fully motivated.