Mercedes oppose a new proposal to have reverse grid qualifying races that would add excitement to double header race weekends when Formula 1 resumes.
Liberty Media has provided a $1.4 billion lifeline to help Formula 1 and its teams overcome the current economic downturn.
If the conditions in Italy improve in the coming months, the Imola circuit is willing to host a Formula 1 race behind closed doors.
Dutch GP in 2020 ‘not likely’ as ban on mass events is extended until September.
Formula 1 bosses have announced plans to make Formula 1 sustainable by 2025, plus for it to have a net-zero carbon footprint by 2030.
Andreas Seidl is against Formula 1 moving Qualifying to Sunday mornings, with the McLaren Team Principal insisting it should remain on Saturday afternoons as is currently the normal procedure.
Ross Brawn says at least half of the races in 2019 have been closely contested, and he is excited by the prospect of more close racing at the front of the field in the Belgian Grand Prix after the end of the summer break.
Ross Brawn hopes Formula 1 fields can tighten up with new regulations in 2021 after he felt the result of the Hungarian Grand Prix highlighted just how large the gaps in performance levels are in 2019.
Saudi Arabia are in talks with Formula 1 owners Liberty Media over a potential Grand Prix in its country.
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Mercedes are not in a position to give financial backing to the Hockenheimring for next season, with the circuit set to drop off the Formula 1 schedule in 2020 as a result.
Formula 1’s 2020 calendar could be released in a matter of weeks, with twenty-two races expected to be announced.
Chase Carey says talks are ongoing with the authorities in Miami as Formula 1 continues to seek to hold a second Grand Prix in the United States.
The 2020 Formula 1 calendar looks set to have twenty-two races after talks between teams and Chase Carey at the Hungaroring on Sunday morning.
It has been confirmed that Zandvoort will host the return of the Dutch Grand Prix in 2020, 35 years after its last Formula 1 race.
Kimi Räikkönen feels that the new aero rules for 2019 has made it easier to follow other cars, although Lewis Hamilton disagrees, feeling they’ve made no difference at all to the racing.
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Ross Brawn remains optimistic that Formula 1 drivers will be able to run closely to each other during 2019 after an encouraging start to 2019 with the new aerodynamic regulations.