Tyre manufacturer Michelin has told RaceFans it is considering a return to Formula 1 in 2020, 14 years since it last competed in the sport
Formula 1 has abandoned plans to run its first Miami Grand Prix next season.
Formula 1 will introduce a new tyre specification for the 2021 season including a switch to 18-inch wheels and narrower front tyres.
Lewis Hamilton has extended his contract with the Mercedes F1 team. The four-times Formula 1 world champion will continue to drive for the team in 2019.
Formula 1 management has confirmed Spa will remain on the calendar for three more seasons, as RaceFans reported earlier this week.
Red Bull has announced the end of its 12-year association with Renault as it will switch to Honda power at the end of 2018.
The promoters of the Italian Grand Prix at Monza are seeking a drastic reduction in their Formula 1 race fee.
The Circuit de Catalunya’s president vows he will “fight like a devil” to keep the Spanish Grand Prix following reports it could move to a street track in Madrid.
The promoter of the German Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring wants a “no risk” deal to extend its F1 race contract beyond the end of this year.
Formula One considered a plan to incorporate the PortMiami Tunnel as part of a 2020 street race in the Florida city.
Max Verstappen will remain at Red Bull until at least 2020, the team has announced after he extended his deal to drive for them.
The Shanghai International Circuit will continue to host the Chinese Grand Prix until at least 2020 following the announcement of a new contract.
Sebastian Vettel will remain with Ferrari for the next three years, the team has confirmed.
Plans for a radical F1 street track in Copenhagen which could hold a Danish Grand Prix in 2020 have been revealed.
In the round-up: Brazilian GP promoter says race will continue until 2020 • Red Bull expect Baku disadvantage • Vettel defends Ferrari strategy
In the round-up: Cut-price engine deal agreed • Hulkenberg “one of top three drivers” – Perez • Driver penalties to be relaxed
In the round-up: Tyre war off the table • Ferrari cleared over Haas wind tunnel use • F1 “really tough mentally” – Sainz
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