Formula 1 2020: Racing Point deducted 15 points, fined $470,000 following Renault's complaint about brake ducts
Racing Point uses customer engines from Mercedes and has admitted basing its 2020 car design on photographs of last year's Mercedes car
Formula 1 2020: Nico Hulkenberg keeps Racing Point place after Sergio Perez tests positive for COVID-19 again
Perez had hoped to return after spending seven days in quarantine, but his Racing Point team said Friday morning he had tested positive.
Formula 1: Ferrari driver Charles Leclerc says criticism unfair after social media charges of racism
Leclerc is one of six drivers who chose to stand and not take a knee during all four pre-race anti-racism demonstrations this season.
Lewis Hamilton is on course to match Michael Schumacher's record haul of seven world championships this season.
Perez has been in quarantine for seven days but he has been cleared to drive again for Racing Point this weekend providing he returns a negative COVID-19 test
Bottas, who was runner-up to Hamilton last year, joined Mercedes in 2017 and has so far notched eight wins and 12 pole positions with the team.
The payment to Circuit of the Americas in Texas came three weeks before F1 formally cancelled the 2020 US Grand Prix due to the coronavirus pandemic. That race was supposed to be held in late October.
Alex Lynn interview: Mahindra Racing driver on Formula E career prospects, challenges ahead and more
Alex Lynn discusses his career prospects in Formula E and Mahindra Racing, the upcoming races and the challenges they pose to the team and driver alike.
Formula 1 2020, British GP: From Hamilton's dramatic win to Leclerc’s unexpected podium, talking points form race
Lewis Hamilton secured his 87th career victory At British GP despite a tyre failure on last lap but Valtteri Bottas and Carlos Sainz tumbled out of the points during closing laps due to similar issues.
Formula 1 2020: Lewis Hamilton romps to victory at British Grand Prix, closes in on Michael Schumacher's F1 record
Lewis Hamilton held on to win the British Grand Prix on Sunday despite a puncture on the last lap to clinch an 87th career win and move within four of Michael Schumacher's Formula One record.
Formula 1 2020: Lewis Hamilton grabs pole position at British GP qualifying ahead of teammate Valtteri Bottas
Hamilton needs five more wins to equal Michael Schumacher’s Formula One record of 91 GP wins. The defending champion is also odds-on to equal the F1 great's record of seven world titles.
Bottas was 0.14 seconds quicker than Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton, the Formula One champion. Red Bull's Max Verstappen was third in somewhat cooler conditions at Silverstone following Friday’s stifling heat, with Racing Point's Lance Stroll in fourth.
Formula 1 2020: Lance Stroll quickest at 2nd British Grand Prix practice; Sebastian Vettel struggles
Lance Stroll's unexpected teammate Nico Hulkenberg was seventh after filling in at the last minute for Sergio Perez.
Verstappen set a time of one minute, 27.422 seconds in his Red Bull to finish ahead of championship leader Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes by .474 seconds.
Hulkenberg lost his seat at Renault for this season so was available to step in when Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer made the call.
Hamilton heads into the British Grand Prix on Sunday as the favourite to win at his home circuit of Silverstone for a seventh time but for the first time without any fans there to cheer him on
Perez says he might have contracted the virus during a trip to Mexico between races in Hungary and Britain. He added he was visiting his mother after she was hospitalised following a “big accident.”
After his test was inconclusive, Racing Point driver Sergio Perez was retested and was awaiting the outcome.
Italian Grand Prix at Monza, held not far from Ferrari's factory, has declared tickets will be fully refunded.
Formula 1 2020: US Grand Prix cancellation big loss, next season we will try to attract more fans, says promoter Bobby Epstein
Formula 1 scrapped all four races in North and South America due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a blow for the sport’s hopes in a region it views as key for future growth.