There is a pleasing air of youthful enthusiasm to Max Verstappen that the business end of Formula One – the PR training and spin – has yet to eliminate.
Lewis Hamilton has admitted that he is going to face an uphill battle to win this year’s Formula One world championship.
Nico Rosberg has dismissed arguments for changes to the restrictions on team radio, after his Mercedes team‑mate Lewis Hamilton was unable to take advice from his crew on how to change an engine mode at the last round in Baku.
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo has conclusively ruled out any move to replace Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari in the near future after recent speculation that he could be switching to join his former team-mate Sebastian Vettel at the Scuderia.
Nico Rosberg is once again bossing the Formula One championship table – and with Austria to come, where he has won for the past two years, there was an extra spring in his step on Sunday night.
Formula One is bracing for another turnaround as important voices in the sport call for a lifting of the radio ban that so compromised Lewis Hamilton’s race in the European Grand Prix in Baku on Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton’s chances of making it a hat-trick of wins at Formula One’s newest home received a setback in qualifying on Saturday when he put his car in a wall at Baku.
Formula One’s newest circuit has thrown up some old-style problems with both Nico Rosberg and Jenson Button, two of the sport’s most respected figures, expressing safety concerns in the runup to the street race in Baku on Sunday.
Amnesty International has called on Formula One to put pressure on Azeri authorities to improve their human rights record.
Bernie Ecclestone, Formula One’s chief executive, and the senior drivers’ representative, Sebastian Vettel, found themselves in conflict on Thursday as the sport rejected the introduction of the halo head protection device next season.
Max Verstappen has compared himself to Zlatan Ibrahimovic after brushing away criticism of his aggressive overtaking and defensive methods in recent races.
The sale of Formula One to Liberty Media has been agreed in a takeover which values the sport at $8bn.
Daniel Ricciardo became Formula One’s 105th race winner in Montreal last weekend.
The BBC Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans has added another piece of motor racing history to his private collection.
Five of the most spectacular upside-down crashes in F1 history - all of which saw the driver escape without injury.
Expect a shake up in 2016 with Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton, and Fernando Alonso all up for grabs - along with the potential for a Danica Patrick debut.
Ahead of the inaugural Formula E race weekend we're taking a look at the series' runners and riders. Next up, Richard Branson's Virgin Racing, who will field Sam Bird and Jaime Alguersuari.
A weekend affected by torrential rain should have derailed the latest IndyCar meeting, but the flexibility they showed is a lesson to the strict world of F1.
After Sebastian Vettel's surprise departure from Red Bull, his replacement, Daniil Kvyat, could have become the luckiest man in F1.
A media mogul nicknamed “Darth Vader” is close to taking control of Formula One in a deal that will net billions of pounds for the private equity firm that controls the sport.
Bernie Ecclestone’s control of Formula One, which has endured for 40 years, appears to be at an end, with speculation mounting that the sport is close to a takeover by Liberty Media.