Red Bull protest rejected; Mercedes' DAS declared legal
Red Bull's protest against Mercedes' dual-axis steering system has been rejected after the stewards of the Austrian Grand Prix declared the innovation legal.
Is Racing Point really Mercedes' closest competitor in Austria?
Racing Point, not Red Bull, seemed to emerge as Mercedes' closest challenger ahead of the Austrian Grand Prix. Deeper analysis of Friday practice suggests Red Bull is closer than it appeared on the opening day of the season.
Hamilton won't get overexcited by Mercedes' early pace
Lewis Hamilton keeps his feet on the ground after a promising Friday practice in Austria for Mercedes.
Red Bull lodges protest over Mercedes' controversial DAS system
Red Bull has launched a protest against rivals Mercedes over its use of its Dual Axis Steering (DAS) system during Friday practice at the Austrian Grand Prix.
Verstappen skids off track but manages to recover
Red Bull's Max Verstappen has a scare in second practice. Watch the Austrian Grand Prix on ESPN.
Pandemic sealed Vettel's departure, says Ferrari boss
Sebastian Vettel was Ferrari's first choice to stay and partner Charles Leclerc in Formula One next year until the COVID-19 pandemic changed everything, team principal Mattia Binotto said on Friday.
Red Bull to 'raise questions' with FIA over Mercedes' DAS
The new Formula One season is less than a day old, but Red Bull is already planning to question the legality of Mercedes' car via the sport's governing body, the FIA.
Hamilton to race with Black Lives Matter tribute helmet in 2020
Lewis Hamilton will wear a Black Lives Matter tribute race helmet as he attempts to equal Michael Schumacher's record of seven Formula One world championships this year.
Hamilton: 2020 title would be extra special against backdrop of social change
Lewis Hamilton said winning another Formula One championship against the backdrop of 2020's Black Lives Matter protests would make it his most special title victory yet.
Ricciardo confident he won't regret McLaren move
Daniel Ricciardo is standing by his decision to switch from Renault to McLaren next year despite his new team struggling for finances as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
How the F1 'return to office' will work
Laurence Edmondson explains what the paddock will look like under the new protocols.
Leclerc 99% sure Ferrari will be worse than in 2019
Charles Leclerc has downplayed Ferrari's chances of challenging for the Formula One title in 2020, saying he is all but certain its current car is a step down on its predecessor.
Ocon: F1's return is going to be very strange
Renault driver Esteban Ocon explains how important the fans are to his morale and the atmosphere of the sport.
Kimi says his son is already quick in go-karts
Kimi Raikkonen says his son, Robin, has already started outpacing him in go-karts after the pair took to the track during lockdown.
Hamilton: Now is not the time to be silent
Lewis Hamilton explains why Mercedes, as a championship winning team, must lead the way in making change.
Everything that happened since F1's last race
The Formula One set to race in Austria this weekend looks quite different than the F1 that left the Abu Dhabi GP last December. Here's a look at the major news stories in the seven months since F1's last race.
LIVE: F1 drivers preview Austrian Grand Prix, 2020 season
Formula One finally returns this weekend with the Austrian GP. On Thursday, its 20 drivers speak for the first time ahead of the opening race at media day. Follow the day's biggest talking points with us here.
Saunders: Lewis will need a new post-race celebration
Nate Saunders jokes that Lewis Hamilton will need to alter his post-race speech as there won't be fans to thank.
What happens if an F1 driver tests positive for coronavirus?
A look at the reserve drivers each team would fall back on if a race driver was ruled out because of a positive coronavirus test.
Verstappen: We can make it difficult for Mercedes
Red Bull's Max Verstappen looks ahead to the restart of the Formula One season in Austria.
McLaren's F1 future was never in doubt, Seidl says
McLaren's Formula One future was never in doubt despite a cash crisis brought on by the coronavirus pandemic and now resolved by a fresh injection of funds, team principal Andreas Seidl said on Tuesday.
No Ferrari upgrades in Austria as team targets Hungary for major aero update
Ferrari is bracing itself for a slow start to the 2020 Formula One season after its poor performance in pre-season testing prompted a rethink of the car's development that will not bear fruit before the third round in Hungary.
Sirotkin named as Renault reserve driver
Former Williams driver Sergey Sirotkin has been confirmed as Renault's reserve driver for the 2020 season.
McLaren arranges £150m loan from Bahraini bank
The McLaren Group, which includes the Formula One team, has arranged a £150 million financing facility with the National Bank of Bahrain (NBB), the Gulf bank said on Monday.
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