In the round-up: Norris suffered with illness in qualifying • Collet sorry to deny Correa podium • Pulling “indebted” to flatmate Powell
Charles Leclerc completed a clean sweep of quickest times in all three practice sessions ahead of qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona.
In the round-up: Alonso not thinking about future Indy 500 attempts • Chadwick secures W Series pole • Drugovich and Maloney penalised
In the round-up: Gasly wants first “clean weekend” of season • Andretti Formula E team having difficulty going independent • Hadjar impressing Hitech
Kris Nissen suffered burns to 35% of his body in a fiery 1988 sportscar crash. He told RaceFans F1 drivers should obey the FIA’s rules on underwear and jewellery.
The Grand Prix Trust, which helps those who have worked in F1 who are suffering financial hardship, held a reunion lunch on Monday.
The 2022 season hasn’t gone according to ‘El Plan’ for Fernando Alonso so far. But the two-times world champion doesn’t look ready to hang up his helmet yet.
In the round-up: Budget cap will make continuous development “very hard” for Red Bull – Horner • Alpine to sponsor French GP • Bolukbasi and Correa return
Formula 1 CEO Stefano Domenicali said replacing the Russian Grand Prix would be “no problem”. So why did they decide not to?
The 2022 Formula 1 calendar has been reduced to 22 rounds as the series has decided not to replace the cancelled Russian Grand Prix.
The FIA did not initially back Formula 1’s proposal to increase the number of sprint races to six next year, but teams believe it is inevitable.
In the round-up: Perez “a lot happier” in 2022 car says Verstappen • Gasly had floor damage before Alonso contact • No Haas upgrades for ‘four or five races’
Formula 1’s new race director has won praise for the new discipline he’s brought to the series in a role he will share during 2022.
Valtteri Bottas says that Alfa Romeo have improved their driver-in-the-loop simulator at a “rapid” pace since he joined at the end of last season.
In the round-up: Formula E undergoing “huge rebound” • Missing Barcelona test no negative for Magnussen • Bottas “really enjoying” Alfa Romeo
In the round-up: Leclerc crashes Laudi’s 1973 Ferrari • Giovinazzi finding Formula E “difficult” • McLaren prospect Ugochukwu wins first car race
Fernando Alonso was investigated twice for cutting the turn 14-15 chicane in the Miami Grand Prix and penalised once. Did the stewards call it right?
In the round-up: Formula E entry will benefit McLaren’s other racing divisions – Brown • Alpine upgrades coming over next races • DJ slates F1’s Miami GP hospitality
In the round-up: Doohan to test F1 car for first time • Di Grassi doesn’t get “big fuss” over jewellery ban • Zanardi’s 1999 Williams sold at auction
Formula 1 is enjoying rapid growth in popularity because it has moved away from an economic model which targeted older, wealthier fans, according to the president of its owner, Liberty Media.