Red Bull have Honda deal agreed, freeze decision close

Dr Helmut Marko has revealed Red Bull expect a decision from the FIA next week about whether an engine freeze will be implemented in F1.

McLaren: Working with Mercedes has been ‘fantastic’

McLaren technical director James Key says that the team's interaction with new engine supplier Mercedes has been 'fantastic'.

Vettel pays first visit to Aston Martin base

Sebastian Vettel has visited Aston Martin's Silverstone base for the first time and completed a seat fitting, according to reports.

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F1 boss: Hamilton’s not saying if he’ll sign or not

Although hoping Lewis Hamilton does continue with Mercedes this season, F1 boss Stefano Domenicali admits he's not entirely sure if the Brit will re-sign.

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Mazepin feels the world ‘hates’ Russian drivers

Russian drivers competing in Formula 1 have a harder time than others with Nikita Mazepin saying they receive a level of criticism that is "hatred".

Formula 1 announces new TV deal in Spain

Formula 1 has announced a new TV broadcasting deal in Spain between DAZN and Movistar+ from the 2021 season, active from March 1.

‘Tired staff privileged to be working in F1’

Despite facing F1's longest-ever season and the prospect of doing so with fewer staff on hand, Guenther Steiner says people working in F1 are "privileged" to have their jobs.

Race of Champions returning in 2022 – on ice

The Race of Champions, which pits racers from different series against one another, will return in 2022 and, to add to the challenge, will take place on ice.

Wolff urges F1: Don’t create ‘fuel and oil war’

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is keen for Formula 1's quest for a more sustainable future not to turn into a "fuel and oil war".

Ocon praises "balls of steel" WRC drivers after course car run

Alpine Formula 1 driver Esteban Ocon says that rally drivers have "balls of steel" after gaining his first experience of the discipline on Thursday at the Monte Carlo Rally

Van der Zande: "Steep learning curve" for Ganassi on IMSA return

Renger van der Zande admits that Chip Ganassi Racing faces a "steep learning curve" on its return to the IMSA SportsCar Championship at this month's season-opening Daytona 24 Hours

Nannini to complete dual F2/F3 campaign, joins Deledda at HWA

Matteo Nannini will complete a dual campaign in Formula 2 and Formula 3 this season with HWA, joining Alessio Deledda in the senior of the two championships

Alpine’s new leaders already impressing Ocon

Esteban Ocon has revealed he was impressed after speaking “for a very long time” on video calls with the Alpine team’s new management.

Out-of-control three-wheeler does doughnuts on road after being hit by car in China

Story and video from Newsflare An out-of-control three-wheeler did doughnuts on a road after being hit by a car in eastern China. The CCTV video, filmed in the city of Nanjing in Jiangsu Province on January 14, shows the vehicle being hit by a car after it ran the red light at an intersection. To the surprise of onlookers, it then begins to spin around repeatedly on the road. According to reports, it did not stop until it smashed into the...

‘Max is better than Hamilton, Russell proved it’

Never mind confusing Lewis Hamilton's contract talks, Christian Horner says George Russell's Sakhir showing confirmed that Max Verstappen is better than Lewis Hamilton.

Maya Heug becomes Ferrari academy’s first female driver

16-year old Maya Weig has become the first female to join Ferrari's academy after winning FIA programme Girls on Track.

Williams owners have 10-year plan for success

Williams team principal Simon Roberts has revealed the new owners have a 10-year plan to help them become a renewed force in the future.

Leclerc ‘mentally’ tired after trying 2020 season

Charles Leclerc has revealed he was "mentally", never mind physically, tired at the end of what was a difficult 2020 season.

ByKolles unlikely to race in WEC in 2021 but is pushing on with LMH project

World Endurance Championship stalwart ByKolles looks unlikely to race in the series this year, despite being on the verge of testing its new Le Mans Hypercar

Nissan's electric Winter Camper is kitted-out for future ski trips

With chunky off-road tyres, an elevated ride height and spotlights for seeing through dense snow storms, the van is ideal for ski enthusiasts conscious about their carbon footprint.

Jeep rules out Grand Wagoneer

Jeep will not be bringing the Wagoneer or Grand Wagoneer to Australia anytime soon.

Hamilton offered chance of Ferrari F1 drive

Rumours have linked Sir Lewis Hamilton with a move to Ferrari for several years – and now he has been invited to drive one of their Formula 1 cars.

2021 F1 season: new car launches and testing dates latest

The countdown to the 2021 Formula 1 season is under way, but before the first race of the campaign there is still plenty to get done

Ferrari studied Sainz over radio before signing

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has revealed they listened to all of Carlos Sainz's radio messages before deciding to hire him.

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FE homologation rules could hand top teams "small advantage"

Changes to the Formula E regulations - designed to offset the impact of COVID-19 - could hand the top two teams in the championship an advantage, according to team bosses

Ferrari junior Armstrong joins DAMS

Ferrari Driver Academy member Marcus Armstrong will switch to the DAMS team for the 2021 Formula 2 season.

Bottas really motivated by ‘couch commentators’

Valtteri Bottas does not get bogged down by criticism, but instead finds motivation from said critics to do better in Formula 1.

Goodyear extends BTCC supply run to 24 years with new deal

Tyre giant Goodyear has extended its deal to supply the British Touring Car Championship for five more seasons to continue what will be an unbroken 24-year association

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McLaren admit not ‘ideal time’ to change engines

Between reduced testing and a token system, Zak Brown concedes swapping engine suppliers this off-season is not an "ideal situation" for McLaren.

Button returns to Williams as senior advisor

Williams have confirmed that 2009 World Champion Jenson Button has returned to the team as special advisor on a multi-year deal.

Ocon struggled adjusting to ‘different’ Renault

Esteban Ocon has revealed he struggled to get to grips with the Renault in 2020 because it was markedly different to the F1 cars he had been used to driving.

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Sainz set to make Ferrari debut in 2018 car

Carlos Sainz will drive a Ferrari for the first time since his move to the Italian giants when he samples the 2018 version next week, according to a report.

Vettel ‘richer’ for having raced with Ferrari

One of Formula 1's top earners, Sebastian Vettel says he is "richer" for having raced at Ferrari, but he doesn't mean financially.

Norris heading home after quarantine period

Lando Norris should be heading home this week having completed his quarantine in Dubai after testing positive for Covid-19 in early January.

The fastest cars currently made by every major car maker

A close look at the swiftest cars made by all the major car firms that are currently on sale

Bye diesel: Petrol and hybrid for new Jeep Grand Cherokee

Gone are the days of the diesel-powered Grand Cherokee, though an all-new drivetrain promises to fill the hole.

Steiner: Grosjean one of the best on his day

Guenther Steiner believes that, on his day, Romain Grosjean was one of the best drivers around, but was guilty of trying too hard.

Electrified Jeep Wrangler on ice, V8 unlikely for Australia

Jeep Wrangler to stay the course with petrol and diesel power in Australia.

‘Hamilton did not count on Russell’s one-off show’

Sir Lewis Hamilton should have signed with Mercedes four months ago at whatever the going price was at the time, then he would not be worried about losing his race seat to George Russell.

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New BMW i4: EV's "benchmark" handling detailed in new video

4 Series-based EV enters final phase of dynamics testing before unveil later this year, will launch with 523bhp

IndyCar season-opener pushed back to mid-April

The opening round of the 2021 IndyCar Series at Barber Motorsports Park has been pushed back a week in the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic

Magnussen has been driving an ‘airplane’ in F1

Swapping his Haas F1 car for a Cadillac sportscar ahead of his IMSA debut, Kevin Magnussen says it is nice to drive a car with "soul" rather than a "airplane".

‘Marko doing a great job but could be kinder’

Although Red Bull had to look outside its junior programme for a new driver, Sergio Sette Camara reckons Helmut Marko is doing a "great job" but that he could be nicer at times.

Perez felt ‘most stupid guy’ for catching COVID

Sergio Perez has admitted he felt like the “most stupid guy on Earth” when he became the first F1 driver to contract COVID-19 last year.