The success of last weekend’s United States Grand Prix shows Formula 1’s popularity in the country could sustain more than two races, says motorsport director Ross Brawn.
George Russell says Williams’ championship position allows him to experiment with his approach and take more risks in the final races of 2021.
Revisions to the Yas Marina circuit could cut Formula 1 lap times by as much as 15 seconds, according to the team behind the changes.
In the round-up: Alpine not at recent level in Austin despite race day gains – Alonso • Aitken returning to Williams cockpit • Vandoorne tipped for McLaren SP IndyCar test
Max Verstappen, Charles Leclerc, Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel were RaceFans’ Star Performers of the United States Grand Prix. Here’s why.
While Honda took their first win in America since 1991, Red Bull achieved their 200th podium finish, all of which they’ve scored in the last 15 years.
In the round-up: I really hope we’re done with engine penalties for now – Bottas • Melbourne confident of seeing off Sydney rivalry for grand prix • Ecclestone backs Verstappen over Netflix criticism
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown says Nico Hulkenberg is “towards the top of the list” of contenders for their third IndyCar entry.
Aston Martin laid the blame for Lance Stroll’s first corner tangle entirely at the feet of rival Nicholas Latifi.
Carlos Sainz Jnr obeyed race control’s instruction for him to let Lando Norris past in an unseen move, then immediately re-passed the McLaren driver.