Formula 1 2021: Max Verstappen wins Emilia Romagna GP in a race of two halves, and other talking points
In the first half, Max Verstappen shone as the red lights went out. The second half, without a doubt, belonged to Lewis Hamilton.
Ferrari’s first all-electric model is expected to feature an individual motor for each wheel.
Formula 1 2021: From returning Fernando Alonso to champion Lewis Hamilton, drivers guide for upcoming season
The 2005 and 2006 world champion Fernando Alonso returns to his first love after a two-year flirtation with Le Mans, the Dakar Rally and Indy 500.
Formula 1 2021: Longest calendar, new driver lineups, budget cap and everything that will be new in upcoming season
From the 2021 season, newly introduced financial regulations dictate that Formula 1 teams will only be permitted to spend up to $145 million.
Mick’s debut comes exactly 30 years after his father made his Formula 1 debut. The youngster will race for the Haas F1 Team alongside another rookie, Nikita Mazepin.
Formula 1 2021: Red Bull's Max Verstappen fastest on first day of pre-season testing, Mercedes struggle
Verstappen, long regarded as heir apparent to seven-time world champion Hamilton, clocked a best time of 1min 30.674sec in the Red Bull.
Formula 1 2021: Sebastian Vettel targets another world title as Aston Martin unveil car in return to sport
"I think I have another world championship in me... I am not too old and I still have a long time in me," said new Aston Martin driver Sebastian Vettel, who spent six luckless campaigns with Ferrari.
Ferrari mustered a mere 131 points compared to over 500 in 2019, and came in an embarrassing sixth in the constructors table.
Ferrari to end decades-long absence from Le Mans by competing in FIA World Endurance Championship 2023
The iconic Ferrari racing car has been absent from the endurance scene, spearheaded by the 24 Hours of Le Mans race, since 1973.
Maya Weug will compete in Formula 4 this year backed by the Ferrari academy.
Leclerc, 23, added that he had "mild symptoms" and was isolating at his home in his native Monaco.
On his final lap, slowing down round the Yas Marina Circuit, Vettel surprised many by singing an Italian song about Ferrari on the team radio system.
Vettel, who joined Ferrari in 2015, offered a searingly-honest and realistic appraisal of his time in Italy, despite winning 14 races, when he admitted his goal had been to claim a fifth title.
Camilleri has suffered from a severe bout of Covid-19 and only recently left the hospital to continue recovering at home.
Formula 1 2020: Ferrari chief Mattia Binotto heads back to Italy after falling ill before Abu Dhabi GP
Binotto is heading home this weekend and will not be working from the factory, according to reports. He is understood to be staying home and resting.
Horner said Ferrari’s decision was encouraging for F1 and everyone involved in the business end of the sport.
Lewis Hamilton or Michael Schumacher, examining who's the greatest driver after Briton equals German legend?
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Ferrari team chief Mattia Binotto spoke of how Vettel reacted: "Did Seb get in the way? No. He did not hang up the phone...He was never negative – instead he was pro-active and he was a very respectable person."
Leclerc came home fourth and four-time champion Vettel 10th, a result that extended the German’s season-long run of defeats by his teammate
Formula 1 2020: Sebastian Vettel admits being 'out-classed' by Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc in qualifying
Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel wound up down in 15th on the grid while his Ferrari teammate Leclerc was fourth.