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Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto hopes the FIA can address his concerns and prove its impartiality over the appointment of a former Mercedes Formula 1 lawyer to a senior role.
Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Mattia Binotto has revealed pitting Carlos Sainz under the Canadian Grand Prix's late safety car was a last-second decision as he tried to defeat Red Bull's Max Verstappen.
Alpine driver Fernando Alonso has received a five-second penalty for weaving in front of Valtteri Bottas in Formula 1's Canadian Grand Prix, dropping him from seventh to ninth.
Ferrari's Carlos Sainz said he "wasn't leaving an inch to the walls" to try and pass Max Verstappen and win Formula 1's Canadian Grand Prix.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff thinks it too early for his team to abandon work on its current Formula 1 car and switch all focus to its 2023 challenger.
Alpine's Fernando Alonso has topped third and final free practice for the Formula 1 Canadian Grand Prix as rain disrupted preparations for qualifying.
Charles Leclerc admitted it was “not easy” to accept a “third disappointment in a row” after his Baku DNF cost him more ground in the Formula 1 title race.
McLaren boss Andreas Seidl said the team's decision to impose team orders in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix was dictated by Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris being stuck in between both Alpine cars.
Alfa Romeo Formula 1 driver Valtteri Bottas suspects a fundamental issue with his car was behind his mystifying lack of pace in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Alpine Formula 1 driver Fernando Alonso has denied claims he was deliberately trying to hold up Alex Albon in Azerbaijan Grand Prix qualifying.
Red Bull driver Sergio Perez has set the fastest time in third and final practice ahead of qualifying for the Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
Charles Leclerc says there are still "question marks" over the true formbook after topping the times in Friday practice for Formula 1's Azerbaijan GP.
Seeing its place on the Formula 1 calendar threatened by the sport's expansionism, Spa's Belgian Grand Prix is grabbing its last chance to try and convince Liberty Media it too belongs on its new-look calendar.
Williams Formula 1 engineering chief Dave Robson has explained that a "lack of confidence" in the car is the key factor in Nicholas Latifi's 2022 struggles.
Carlos Sainz says it "took longer than it should" for Nicholas Latifi's lapped Williams to move over following the Ferrari Formula 1 driver's decisive pitstop in Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton said it “would be nice to have some luck for once” after a late red flag in Monaco Formula 1 qualifying left him eighth on the grid.
McLaren Formula 1 driver Daniel Ricciardo has explained his Monaco Grand Prix FP2 crash was the result of "pushing it too far" with the set-up on his McLaren MCL36.
The Barcelona circuit will work with Formula 1 on improving the Spanish Grand Prix fan experience after it struggled to cope with a sell-out crowd during last weekend's event.
Formula 1 has labelled the Spanish Grand Prix's crowd management issues as "not acceptable" and has urged the local promoter to address the problem for next year.
Max Verstappen said his intermittent DRS problems made it "difficult" to win Formula 1's Spanish Grand Prix, which is why Red Bull turned to strategy to come out on top.
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says it feels like George Russell has been driving for the team "forever" after his first run of races for the squad.
Formula 1 world champion Max Verstappen hopes the Miami Grand Prix's tight chicane will be altered for next year, saying it is not suited to the 2022 breed of cars.
Ferrari Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz revealed he was still hindered by neck pain during the Miami Grand Prix following his heavy crash in Friday practice.
Haas boss Gunther Steiner doesn't think there is more pressure on the team from Formula 1 to lean more into its American identity as grand prix racing's US expansion continues.
Mercedes Formula 1 chief Toto Wolff says the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix weekend is a write-off for the team after George Russell and Lewis Hamilton were powerless to move into the top 10 in Saturday's sprint race.
Charles Leclerc has cautioned that Ferrari shouldn't allow the increased spotlight on the team to cause extra pressure now it is leading both Formula 1 championships by a decent margin.
McLaren's Lando Norris has cautioned that his team's Australian Grand Prix result "might be as good as it gets for a while" due to how well the track suited its Formula 1 car.
Sebastian Vettel has said his 2022 Formula 1 season "can't get any worse" after crashing out of the Australian Grand Prix, which capped off a nightmare race return with Aston Martin.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto thinks his team is in a much better place to fight for the Formula 1 world championship than when it lost its grip on the 2018 season.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen said "playing smart tricks" in the final DRS zone proved key to his Saudi Arabian Grand Prix win after a long duel with Ferrari's Charles Leclerc.
Haas Formula 1 team has confirmed Mick Schumacher will sit out Sunday's Saudi Arabian Grand Prix after his heavy shunt in qualifying.
Ferrari Formula 1's Charles Leclerc says he was surprised to beat Max Verstappen and Red Bull in Bahrain Grand Prix qualifying after denying the world champion pole by one tenth.
Double Formula 1 world champion Emerson Fittipaldi believes 2022's 23-race calendar is "too much" and he doesn't understand how drivers can cope with its "crazy" demands.
On the weekend Formula 1 heads back to the dunes of Zandvoort for the first time in 36 years, we look back at the last edition of the Dutch Grand Prix.
Ed Carpenter Racing’s Conor Daly believes his stint leading Sunday's Indianapolis 500 "proved we belong up there" before his hopes were dashed by a frightening wheel strike.
While Alpine considers a Le Mans Hypercar entry to complement the brand's newly re-named F1 team, its partner team Signatech is testing the waters with the last remaining car from the outgoing LMP1 era. How will it fare against Toyota's new challenger?
Seven-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes, as well as MotoGP world champion Joan Mir, are amongst the nominees at the 2021 Laureus World Sports Awards
Alfa Romeo Formula 1 driver and Ferrari protege Antonio Giovinazzi says the Maranello team has set clear targets for him in 2021 as he embarks on his third full season
Toyota World Endurance Championship drivers Brendon Hartley and Mike Conway believe the marque's new Le Mans Hypercar will be very different to race with compared to the previous LMP1 car
Simona de Silvestro will return to the Indianapolis 500 this season driving with female-operated newcomers Paretta Autosport, along with support from Team Penske
Alfa Romeo Formula 1 driver Antonio Giovinazzi is delighted to continue having Kimi Raikkonen as his teammate in 2021, believing the Finn's vast experience will be key to his own development
Alfa Romeo Formula 1 boss Frederic Vasseur has called on Antonio Giovinazzi to become more of a team leader in the Italian's third full season with the Swiss outfit
Alfa Romeo Formula 1 boss Fred Vasseur says his team's close links to the Italian manufacturer are more than just a "nice reward", with the tie-up crucial to its future
Alfa Romeo Formula 1 driver Antonio Giovinazzi believes working on his race starts has been one of the keys to his improvements across the 2020 season
The planned 2021 IndyCar Series opener on the streets of St Petersburg has been postponed to April amid COVID-19 concerns
Alfa Romeo team boss Fred Vasseur says he's "not sure that we would have been able to survive" without Formula 1's cost-saving measures and partial development freeze
FIA president Jean Todt has warned that the 2021 Formula 1 campaign will not be like "a normal season" and expects more calendar changes due to COVID-19
FIA president Jean Todt believes Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes' Formula 1 dominance has exceeded that of Michael Schumacher and Ferrari when Todt was at the helm of the Italian team
Sebastian Vettel says he is happy to help compatriot Mick Schumacher in his Formula 1 rookie season in 2021, but believes the Haas rookie has to "find his own path"
Romain Grosjean says his hands "are getting better" one month on from his fiery Formula 1 Bahrain Grand Prix crash, as he streamed his return behind the wheel in sim racing
Ferrari sporting director Laurent Mekies thinks Formula 1 teams will have to do a lot of "head scratching" to get on top of Pirelli's new 2021 tyre compounds
McLaren Formula 1 team principal Andreas Seidl believes the team's decision to fast track aerodynamic updates to the 2020 season has been key in securing third in the world championship
Carlos Sainz Jr has paid tribute to how McLaren's family atmosphere allowed him to thrive and is not worried that his new employer Ferrari will be lacking in that area
Ferrari Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc believes his 2020 campaign was his "best season in F1" as he battled to finish eighth in the championship with an uncompetitive car
Kevin Magnussen has credited his former Haas Formula 1 team-mate Romain Grosjean with making him a better qualifier as he claimed the Frenchman is "phenomenal on one lap"
Ferrari's sporting director Laurent Mekies says the team has had "a lot of small, significant achievements" during a troubled 2020 Formula 1 season as it hopes for a better 2021
Renault Formula 1 director Marcin Budkowski believes Fernando Alonso will be at a disadvantage on his return in 2021, despite being able to test the team's RS20 at Abu Dhabi
Renault Formula 1 driver Esteban Ocon believes adding cambered corners to Abu Dhabi's Yas Marina Circuit would help improve the quality of the racing
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner believes reserve driver Pietro Fittipaldi showed he 'can do a good job' in Formula 1 when he replaced the injured Romain Grosjean