Oscar Piastri has chosen 81 to be his race number in Formula 1 for when he makes his debut next year with McLaren
McLaren is marking the return of the Singapore and Japanese grands prix to the Formula 1 calendar with a special livery it will use in the two events beginning this weekend.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says he still has belief in Daniel Ricciardo’s abilities, despite the team’s decision to cut his contract short at the end of this year.
In the round-up: Toto Wolff doesn’t want to make predictions, but his software has, on Mercedes’ Singapore GP chances
McLaren technical director James Key is surprised by the performance of this year’s F1 cars after sweeping changes to the technical rules.
Alex Palou began an F1 test for McLaren at the Circuit de Catalunya yesterday, after the team’s dispute with Ganassi was resolved.
Alex Palou has confirmed he will continue to drive for Ganassi next year, three months after publicly contradicting their announcement he would stay at the team.
Andreas Seidl believes Lando Norris could have finished fifth in the Italian Grand Prix had it not been for a slow pit stop.
In the round-up: Ricciardo expects “happy-sad feelings” at Monza • Juncos to add second IndyCar • Eighth F3 driver for Charouz
In the round-up: “Simple” change to Zandvoort’s Tarzan corner will aid passing – Norris • Lotterer moves to Andretti in Formula E • Lawson not concerned by Red Bull bid for Herta
Daniel Ricciardo spoke to his replacement at McLaren, Oscar Piastri, and his manager Mark Webber to clear the air after his departure from the team was announced.
McLaren have criticised comments made over their signing of Alpine reserve driver Oscar Piastri, after the FIA Contract Recognition Board ruled in their favour.
The FIA’s Contract Recognition Board has ruled against Alpine in the team’s dispute with McLaren over the future of Oscar Piastri
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner sympathises with his former driver Daniel Ricciardo, who will leave his current team a year before his contract was due to expire.
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown said it was “a sad day” for the team to announce Daniel Ricciardo will leave them at the end of the year, less than 12 months after he won for them at Monza.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl admitted they hadn’t been able to give Daniel Ricciardo the confidence he needed, as the team confirmed he will leave them a year early.
Daniel Ricciardo will depart McLaren at the end of the season, one year before his contract was due to expire, the team has confirmed.
McLaren have announced multiple DTM champion Rene Rast as one of their Formula E drivers. Meanwhile Nissan have confirmed an all-new line-up.
In the round-up: Norris offering Ricciardo “more help than I normally would” • Super Formula reveals 2023 calendar • McLaren ‘seeking to buy Ricciardo out of contract’
Formula 1 drivers have already expressed disappointment over the widely-expected loss of the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps.