Red Bull Racing have announced an extension of their partnership with TAG Heuer until 2024.
Formula One and FIA have announced that there have been changes to the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix schedule, as a mark of respect for the funeral of HRH The Prince Phillip, Duke Of Edinburgh.
AlphaTauri’s Pierre Gasly has revealed that he is keen to enjoy a strong 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, having suffered disappointment in 2020 after a strong Qualifying.
After a nail-biting season opener in Bahrain, Formula One now kicks off the European leg of this season with the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix.
Alpine have announced that they are bringing aerodynamic upgrades to the 2021 Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, which takes place from 16-18 April.
No Formula One race has fallen on 11 April this millennium so we rewind back to 1999, which saw the last race to date fall on this very day as the Brazilian Grand Prix was held at Interlagos 22 years ago.
Mercedes have announced a technical leadership structure revamp within their Formula One team.
Silverstone, Football, Rugby and Tennis plus other sports have united in support of Coronavirus certification review in an open letter, in the hope of enabling full venues from 21 June 2021 onwards.
Aston Martin have announced that Nico Hulkenberg has been appointed as their official Reserve and Development Driver for 2021 season.
As the world marks Easter Sunday, we rewind back to 2000 when Silverstone hosted the British Grand Prix across Easter weekend.
Max Verstappen believes that Red Bull ‘are taking the fight to Mercedes’ after a strong opening round in Bahrain.
Aston Martin Team Principal, Otmar Szafnauer has praised Lance Stroll for an ‘intelligent’ drive to tenth on Aston Martin’s return to F1 at 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Alpine Executive Director, Marcin Budkowski has described the 2021 F1 season-opener as ‘not the best start’ for the team, after both drivers failed to finish in the points in 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix.
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton survived a dramatic thriller to win Formula One’s season opener in Bahrain by 0.745 seconds from Red Bull’s Max Verstappen.
Max Verstappen continued his dominance of the 2021 Bahrain Grand Prix weekend as he swept to pole for opening race of the new season.