Formula One drivers can forget about podium celebrations this season under new rules to protect them from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Formula One’s 10 teams have agreed cost-cutting measures including a budget cap of $145 million (119 million pounds) for 2021, the BBC reported on Friday.
Formula 1 2020: McLaren boss expects double-headers at few circuits with travelling related issues likely to emerge
Formula One can be expected to ‘hit a glitch’ as the sport tries to complete a 2020 season stalled by the COVID-19 pandemic but 14-15 races looks feasible, McLaren boss Zak Brown said
Formula 1 manager director of motorsports Ross Brawn says this is a "real consideration" so long as iron-tight safety regulations are met.
Formula 1 will have to reduce number of personnel, media before beginning season behind closed doors
Formula One’s season has been stalled in the pits, with seven postponed races so far and organisers talking of a much-revised and reduced calendar possibly running into the New Year
Coronavirus Outbreak: Formula 1 mulls holding races behind closed doors once season starts, says motorsport managing director Ross Brawn
Formula One is considering holding closed races without spectators, most likely at European circuits, once the season is able to start after being stalled by the new coronavirus pandemic.
Formula 1 cannot race in a country if a team is denied entry due to coronavirus procedures, says Ross Brawn
Formula One could not hold a world championship race in a country that denies access to any team due to coronavirus restrictions, motorsport managing director Ross Brawn said on Tuesday.
Coronavirus outbreak: Formula 1, FIA and promoters to meet to find Chinese Grand Prix solution after postponement
The 19 April race in Shanghai has been put on hold, F1 managing director Ross Brawn said the inaugural Vietnam Grand Prix set for 5 April in Hanoi is going ahead as planned
Formula One would seek to reschedule the Chinese Grand Prix if it has to be postponed due to the coronavirus epidemic, according to motorsport managing director Ross Brawn.
Formula 1 announce auction for Australian bushfire relief, items to include players' gear, meet-and-greet experiences
Formula 1 said in a statement that drivers, teams, partners and the governing body were contributing exclusive items and experiences to be auctioned from Wednesday and running through to 16 February
Sebastian Vettel warned on Thursday that Formula 1 was going in the 'wrong direction' by reverting to heavier and slower cars, as unveiled in the sport's launch of its new regulations for 2021 and beyond
Formula 1 Paddock Diaries, Day 2 at Belgian Grand Prix: Grosjean hints at life outside F1, Racing Point confirm Perez, Ferrari top free practice
Day 2 at Spa for the Belgian Grand Prix had continued chatter about the future of drivers, some clarifications (read: Esteban Ocon) and Ferrari's dominance in free practice and probable first win of the season.
The three design concepts for the 2021 cars include simpler front and rear wings and a sweeping integrated halo cockpit protection system to improve aesthetics.
Fernando Alonso, the two-time world champion, said it was sad that he could, on a Thursday, forecast the grid that would emerge from qualifying on Saturday.
Sergio Perez interview: Force India driver on association with Formula 1 team, expectations for 2018 and more
For Perez's career, the 2018 Formula 1 season could be a make or break one. Even before the start of the season, there is already speculation that a cockpit could be available at Ferrari and Mercedes come 2019.
Just when F1 thought that Nico Rosberg’s shock departure was as high profile as it gets, Bernie Ecclestone was dismissed by the new owners Liberty Media.
Former F1 team owner will play a key role in the future of Formula 1
Has reportedly already signed a contract with Liberty Media
The departure of the unflappable Brawn means change for drivers Lewis Hamilton, Britain's 2008 world champion, and Germany's Nico Rosberg although neither will have been surprised by the news.
"I just drove like an idiot. That's the worst I've driven for a long, long time. I'm sorry to the team," he told reporters.