The FIA has confirmed six engine manufacturers have signed up to produce power units for the forthcoming set of regulations which will arrive in 2026.
American car maker Ford has confirmed it will return to Formula 1 in 2026.
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Jean-Pierre Jabouille, whose victory for Renault in the 1979 French Grand Prix heralded a new era of turbo-powered Formula 1 cars, has died at the age of 80.
Red Bull, who reveal their new livery tomorrow, have only lost one of the last 11 Formula 1 races. But will their budget cap breach penalty impact their quest for more championship silverware in 2023?
Alexander Rossi sees benefits in the McLaren’s unique combination of Formula 1 and IndyCar programmes, having joined the latter operation for 2023.
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The only existing Formula 1 car used by an American driver to win a world championship will be put up for auction at the end of the current season.
Mercedes’ reserve driver Mick Schumacher will be made available to customer team Mclaren in 2023 as part of an arrangement between the teams.
New AlphaTauri driver Nyck de Vries admits he struggled to cope with the pressure at times on his way to F1 and was “too scared” to face one team after a crash.
Haas have unveiled the livery for their Ferrari-powered VF-23, with new title sponsor MoneyGram providing the colour scheme for the car.
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New Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur has rubbished claims the team has gained 30bhp from its power unit during the off-season.
Valtteri Bottas has expressed concern over the FIA’s new rules restricting drivers’ political expressions.
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New Ferrari team principal Frederic Vasseur revealed he has spoken to two notable predecessors in preparation for taking over the role.
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