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Sainz wins second Dakar - with just a little help from his son!

Double world rally champion Carlos Sainz clinched his second Dakar Rally title in Argentina on Saturday. Sainz first...

No changes to FIA 'gardening leave' rules

The Formula 1 Strategy Group has rejected a call to set a minimum 'gardening leave' requirement on FIA...

Lowe: Rookies struggle to exploit full car potential

Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe has admitted that there is a downside to the team relying on...

Teams plan more space for sponsors on 2019 bodywork

Formula 1 teams have agreed to consider changes to regulations governing bodywork design in time for the 2019...

Video: Red Bull boys go racing in Milton Keynes!

Does it seem an age since the last Formula 1 Grand Prix in November? Can't wait until the...

Leclerc feeling 'absolutely amazing' ahead of F1 bow

The 2018 Formula 1 world championship will see reigning Formula 2 champion Charles Leclerc make his Grand Prix...

Williams planning long-term with Sirotkin signing

Williams F1 insists that the signing of Sergey Sirotkin is part of a long-term strategy for the team,...

'Fierce rivalry' between team mates less beneficial than harmony - Wolff

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff isn't sure a cut throat rivalry between team mates is a benefit to a...

Ford motorsport boss: 'Never say never to Formula 1'

Ford motorsport boss Mark Rushbrook says the cost of racing in Formula 1 is currently too high, but...

Renault wants young academy driver in F1 by 2020

Renault Sport is hoping to see one of its current members of its young driver academy racing in...

Major changes on the TV broadcast front, and Italy isn't happy

There's been a bit of shock in Italy, with news that the country is about to lose it...

Mercedes' Wolff sees strict staff contracts as ensuring stability

Mercedes Toto Wolff believes the strict contractual terms associated with its key personnel provides a foundation for stability...

Bourdais: 'F1 is in its little bubble on its own island'

Former F1 driver Sébastien Bourdais chimed in on the debate sparked last week by Guenther Steiner's claims that...

Pirelli's Isola wants sticky tyres and less aero grip for a better F1

Pirelli motorsport boss Mario Isola believes Formula 1 should put the emphasis on mechanical grip to improve the...

Marchionne: 'Why not Alfa Romeo and IndyCar?'

Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne is thinking of getting the group's Alfa Romeo brand involved in the Verizon...

F1 teams put 80kg of weight behind their drivers for 2019

The Formula 1 Commission has voted favourably on a plan to split car and driver minimum weights for...

Jean Todt may soon have some bad news for Ferrari

FIA President Jean Todt is pondering whether Ferrari should lose its all-important power to veto F1 rule changes....

Sir Stirling Moss decides to call it a day

Motorsport legend Sir Stirling Moss has decided to retire from public life at the age of 88 to...