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Haas to run an all-new line-up in 2021

The sport's sole American outfit Haas F1 Team have today confirmed that they would run an all-new driver line-up in the 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship season.

Racing Point confirms Stroll’s Covid-19 test result

Racing Point has confirmed that Lance Stroll tested positive for the Covid-19, but the team insists that the Canadian driver has recovered since then and is ready to race at the Portuguese Grand Prix.

Ferrari to introduce new diffuser in Portimao

Scuderia Ferrari have confirmed that they would introduce a new diffuser at the forthcoming Portuguese Grand Prix as the latest step of their development programme.

Ferrari, Renault passed the 2022 crash test

Despite the current restrictions regarding the development of the radically new car for the 2022 season, Scuderia Ferrari and Renault are reported to have passed the front crash test for their brand new machines.

FIA to ease superlicense rules

The FIA World Motor Sport Council have decided to make changed to the superlicence rules in order to react on the impact the Covid-19 pandemic has had on the world.

Mercedes to evaulate Bottas’ power unit at Portimao

Mercedes is hopeful that the technical problems that forced Valtteri Bottas to retire from the race action at the Eifel Grand Prix could be fixed and will not require the introduction of a new power unit.

Ferrari to introduce upgrades, Mercedes to abandon development

While Ferrari is set to bring new parts to its troublesome 2020 F1 car, the reigning world champion team Mercedes is to abandon the development work with its dominant W11.

Alfa Romeo test driver Kubica clinches his first DTM podium

Former Formula One race winner and Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen's development driver Robert Kubica clinched his maiden podium in the DTM series today at Zolder.

Better tyre duration than expected – tyre analysis

Despite the unexpected longevity of tyre life, the safety car propelled most of the drivers towards a two-stop strategy at last weekend’s Eifel Grand Prix. We look back at the way the tyre tyres performed at the Nürburgring a week ago.

Formula 1 to extend its TV rights in Spain

Formula One has announced that Movistar+ have extended their TV rights agreement to exclusively show the full FIA Formula 1 World Championship until the end of 2023.