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McLaren restructures its company

McLaren is set to slash 1,200 jobs across their technology, automotive and racing businesses in light of the coronavirus crisis and in response to the introduction of a budget gap in Formula 1 from 2021 onwards.

Tost expects a rusty start for the sport

AlphaTauri Team Principal Franz Tost expects a busy first day in Austria when the 2020 F1 season gets underway with teams and drivers being eager to kick off the rust following a long period away from the race tracks.

Silverstone does not abandon F1 plans

Silverstone's managing director Stuart Pringle is confident that a sensible solution can be found for the British Grand Prix should the originally planned dates for the races not go ahead.

The Brazilian and United Stated Grand Prix under threat

Although the United Stated and the Brazilian Grands Prix are scheduled to take place on October 25 and November 15 respectively, the coronavirus crisis casts doubts over both events.

Jaguar I-PACE Trophy will be abandoned after the current season

Jaguar I-Pace’s one-make race series will be abandoned after the current season due to the financial difficulties triggered by the coronavirus epidemic.

Only online negotiations took place between Sainz and Ferrari

Carlos Sainz has revealed that the contract negotiations with Scuderia Ferrari were held in special circumstances as the two parties have never met in person while discussing about the mutual future.

F1 set to introduce radical sporting rules

Formula 1 could introduce a set of radical sporting changes to bolster the level of competition after teams held an e-vote about a package of cost-cutting changes.

DTM will soon be back on track

The DTM series has confirmed that a four-day test is planned at the Nürburgring circuit at the beginning of June before the 2020 season finally gets underway.

Indycar releases updated 2020 calendar

The NTT Indycar Series has released its new, updated calendar for the 2020 season that is scheduled to get underway at the Texas Motor Speedway on June 6.

Hungary and Hockenheim could step in to bolster the 2020 F1 calendar

The Hungaroring and the Hockenheimring circuits could host races in the second half of July should the races at Silverstone fail to materialize following the recent announcement of the British government.