French driver Pierre Gasly's car caught fire on Friday while there was a crash between Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Lance Stroll's Racing Point car.
Formula 1 2020: McLaren's Lando Norris abandons new helmet design for Belgian GP over 'political' significance
Norris, who has Belgian grandparents, had introduced a new-look helmet for the Belgian Grand Prix, which included a black lion on a yellow background, the flag of the Flemish region.
The Concorde agreement will cover the 2021 through 2025 seasons and follows years of intense negotiation on the sport's commercial side.
The Racing Point car has been dubbed the "pink Mercedes" because the team is accused of copying the part from Mercedes.
While Vettel topped the speed charts in the second session, defending F1 champion Lewis Hamilton, who was fastest in the first practice for Mercedes, was one of seven drivers not to post a time.
Formula 1 2020: McLaren’s Lando Norris says returning straight to racetrack after lengthy break took its toll on him physically
Norris said he started feeling chest pains after the Styrian Grand Prix, the second race of the season, and had to fly home to the United Kingdom to get himself checked.
Formula 1 2020: Fernando Alonso needs no help from me to return to Renault next season, says Daniel Ricciardo
Alonso last raced for McLaren in 2018 and Ricciardo was asked whether he would be happy to hand over his car for any Friday practice sessions this year. The answer was no.
Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn says Sebastian Vettel is bound to be distracted by Ferrari axe
Vettel, a four-times world champion with Red Bull, qualified only 11th at the Red Bull Ring and then tangled with McLaren’s Carlos Sainz in the race, finishing 10th for the final point on offer.
Formula 1: McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl not to protest against Racing Point’s ‘Pink Mercedes’
Racing Point's pink liveried RP20 car gained nickname 'Pink Mercedes' from the moment the covers came off because of the visual similarities to last year’s title-winning Mercedes, raising some questions about its legality.
Formula 1 driver Lando Norris says he lost social media followers for supporting Black Lives Matter protest
Norris had urged US authorities to take action against police officers behind killing of George Floyd and sign a petition to fight discrimination.
Formula One world champions Mercedes will share reserve drivers Stoffel Vandoorne and Esteban Gutierrez with the Racing Point and McLaren teams this season, a spokesman said on Thursday.
After COVID-19 lockdown and months of virtual racing, McLaren’s Lando Norris has got behind the wheel for real by taking a Formula Three car for a spin at Silverstone.
Ricciardo is of Italian descent and has long been considered an obvious target for Ferrari, the sport’s oldest and most glamorous team.
The sports car maker also reported a plunge in car sales to 307 units over the three months, compared to 953 in the same period last year, with dealerships closed
Formula 1: FIA agrees to cap F1 teams spending to $145 million in 2021, will scale down in subsequent years
FIA said in a statement that the cap will be scaled down to $140 million in 2022 and $135 million for 2023-2025, based on a 21-race season. It excludes driver salaries and engine costs.
McLaren chief executive Zak Brown is enthusiastic about the idea of Daniel Ricciardo racing in the Bathurst 1000 touring car race, even if the Formula One schedule makes it unlikely the Australian could be freed up.
Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 'thinking about launching an esports team' after virtual Formula 1 debut
Arsenal’s top-scoring striker and captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who raced for McLaren in Sunday’s virtual Monaco Formula One Grand Prix, is considering setting up his own esports team.
In an interview with the Formula 1 website, the 25-year-old driver thanked team bosses for their understanding and not standing in the way of his move to Maranello.
Formula 1: Daniel Ricciardo to McLaren, Carlos Sainz to Ferrari, who will take up the vacant Renault seat?
Without a single lap raced in the 2020 Formula 1 season, the careers of four drivers have been impacted already. Vettel, Sainz, Ricciardo and the one name still to be found out.
Formula 1: Carlos Sainz could be 'surprise show' for Ferrari next year, feels his former F3 boss Trevor Carlin
Carlos Sainz could be a surprise package when he teams up with Charles Leclerc at Ferrari next year, according to the Spaniard’s former F3 boss Trevor Carlin.