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Formula One could combine hybrid technology with sustainable fuels from 2026

When the sport says farewell to the current power unit technology, it could retain the core characteristics of the current formula by combining it with sustainable fuels.

F1 confirms four positive Covid-19 cases

Formula One and the FIA jointly announced that four people tested positive in the last seven-day period, including Pirelli’s Head of F1 and Car Racing Mario Isola.

Ferrari junior drivers to take part in the Young Driver Test

Ferrari has confirmed that three members of its Driver Academy will receive the chance of taking part in the Abu Dhabi Young Driver Test on Tuesday 15 December.

Pirelli to test 2021 tyres at the end of the season

Formula One’s sole tyre manufaturer Pirelli intends to give the teams the opportunity to test the finalized 2021 tyres that will make their debut at next year’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix.

Ferrari drivers voted as drivers of the day at the Turkish Grand Prix

Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc were voted by the fans as the best drivers of the Turkish Grand Prix following their heroic effort to bounce back after the difficult qualifying session.

Teams’ reaction following the Turkish Grand Prix

The Turkish Grand Prix saw Lewis Hamilton secure his seventh Formula One World Championship title, but the Istanbul race also witnessed Scuderia Ferrari take their best result of the year.

Results down to work conducted at Maranello last night – Binotto

Ferrari worked tirelessly overnight to get on top of the warm-up issues that hindered its chances in yesterday’s qualifying session, said Team Principal Mattia Binotto.

Hamilton takes 7th World Championship with thrilling Turkish victory

An absolutely thrilling Turkish Grand Prix has resulted in a dominant victory by Lewis Hamilton to clinch his 7th World Championship in the best possible way. Sergio Perez finished second as Sebastian Vettel made a last lap move onto the podium.

Russell, Sainz and Norris to receive penalty

McLaren drivers Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris have both received a grid-drop penalty following the qualifying session for today’s Turkish Grand Prix. The Spaniard and the Briton will now start 15th and 16th respectively.

Things to know ahead of the Turkish Grand Prix

Racing Point’s Lance Stroll took his maiden pole position in yesterday’s qualifying thriller for today’s Turkish Grand Prix to become the sport’s fifth youngest pole-sitter.