The Force India team has officially rebranded as Racing Point having abandoned efforts to acquire a heritage F1 team name.
Racing Point – the team previously known as Force India – will hold a launch event for its 2019 F1 season in Canada.
Racing Point team principal Otmar Szafnauer says he hopes the team is able to change names again for the 2019 F1 season following its rebranding from Force India.
TAG Heuer has extended its sponsorship deal with Red Bull but will no longer brand the team’s power units when it switches to Honda engines in 2019.
Can Force India change its name without losing its claim to the prize money it earned in the second half of 2018? F1’s complicated rules make it unclear.
Force India has been replaced by Racing Point on the official 2019 F1 entry list, which also confirms the numbers most of next year’s new drivers will use.
Force India has confirmed Lance Stroll will replace Esteban Ocon at the team next year.
Alexander Albon has split from Nissan Formula E team without even starting a race for them, fuelling speculation he is about to be confirmed as a Toro Rosso driver for the 2019 F1 season.
Esteban Ocon will take up a test and reserve role for Mercedes in the 2019 F1 season, team principal Toto Wolff has confirmed.
Robert Kubica says his return to Formula 1 next year “shows nothing is impossible” in his first interview since confirming his comeback.
Sergey Sirotkin has confirmed he will not be on the Formula 1 grid next year after losing his seat at Williams to Robert Kubica.
F2 championship leader George Russell has signed a multi-year deal to drive for Williams, replacing Lance Stroll at the team.
Daniil Kvyat’s return to Formula 1 with Toro Rosso has been confirmed by the team.
Haas has confirmed Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen will continue to drive for them in the 2019 F1 season.
Marcus Ericsson will remain with Sauber as the team’s third driver after losing his race seat.
Sauber has confirmed Antonio Giovinazzi will join Kimi Raikkonen in an all-new line-up at the team for the 2019 F1 season.
Sebastien Buemi will not return to Formula 1 next year as he has extended his stay in Formula E. He will be joined by Alexander Albon at Nissan E.Dams.
McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown says rival teams including Toro Rosso were competing to sign Lando Norris for the 2019.
Lance Stroll’s widely-expected move to Force India could lead to four Formula 1 seats changing hands as early as the next race at Monza, RaceFans has learned.
Pierre Gasly will join Red Bull as Max Verstappen’s team mate for the 2019 F1 season, the team has announced.