For a championship on a meteoric rise about to usher in an exciting new era, it’s difficult to think of a more inappropriate setting for Formula E’s season opener…
Changes to F1’s grid penalty system were amongst several changes announced by the FIA ahead of the 2019 season.
There was something rather heroic about Ross Brawn’s return to the F1 paddock. However, increasingly the bold plans behind the billowing red cape are suffering the suffocating effects of obstinate paddock politics…
Esteban Ocon has lost his eighth place finish in the United States Grand Prix after being disqualified by the stewards.
Sergio Pérez and Esteban Ocon have revealed Charlie Whiting told the drivers that Kevin Magnussen’s block on Charles Leclerc on lap two of the Japanese Grand Prix was made too late and should have been penalised.
Franz Tost still wants to see a budget cap introduced to Formula 1 in order to close the gap between the front and the back, and sees no issue about it being controlled by the FIA or Formula One Management.
An overnight fire in the Haas garage at Sochi damaged two sets of tyres allocated to Kevin Magnussen, with the team formally requesting replacements to the FIA.
Valtteri Bottas was outspoken on the radio during the Singapore Grand Prix after believing blue flags should have shown sooner when following Nico Hülkenberg, but Charlie Whiting says there are no plans to change the rules.
Romain Grosjean was penalised by the stewards in Singapore for ignoring blue flags as he battled with Sergey Sirotkin.
Charlie Whiting has clarified why the penalties handed out in 2012 and 2018 for similar looking first corner crashes at Spa-Francorchamps were so different to one another.
Charlie Whiting has downplayed any concerns the FIA have over the legality of Ferrari’s SF71H after Lewis Hamilton’s post-Belgian Grand Prix comments, although the Briton has subsequently clarified what he said.
Renault Sport Formula 1 Team are fined 10,000 Euros following a tyre mix up when handing back sets after the end of practice from Nico Hülkenberg’s car.
A decision is set to be made over Formula 1 winter testing moving from Barcelona to Sakhir, Bahrain.
The FIA will make changes to the Equivalence of Technology ahead of the World Endurance Championship 6 Hours of Silverstone to try and bring the LMP1 class closer.
Romain Grosjean and Marcus Ericsson could have avoided their crashes at Abbey during the British Grand Prix weekend had they turned off their DRS heading into the turn, according to Charlie Whiting.