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Silverstone open to different scenarios

The manager of the Silverstone circuit, Stuart Pringle said that the historic race course is open to several scenarios if it helps to save this year’s championship.

Racing Point backs the delay of the new technical regulations

Racing Point Team Principal Otmar Szafnauer says that the decision to delay the introduction of the technical revamp for 2021 until 2022 was the best decision the sport could have taken in this unprecedented time.

F1 still attractive for Mercedes – Kallenius

Mercedes-Benz boss Ola Källenius suggested that his company still considers the Formula 1 championship as an interesting platform, although the German marque is yet to confirm its long-term plans regarding it participation in the sport.

Ferrari sacrifices its position in favour of Formula 1

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto said that agreeing to the postponement of the thorough technical revamp for 2021 was a tough decision to make for the Scuderia.

FIA confirms further regulation changes

The governing body issued a statement on Wednesday, confirming that it has approved a further set of crucial changes in reaction to the ongoing coronavirus crises.

No income, but significantly reduced development programme

Formula 1 teams are faced with a huge challenge as a result of the ongoing coronavirus crisis. With their income practically falling to zero, they have to put any selifsh interest away in a bid to secure their own and the sport’s financial stability.

Ecclestone would abandon the 2020 season

Formula One’s former boss Bernie Ecclestone thinks there is only a slim chance for the 2020 season to kick off in the forseeable future amid the ongoing coronavirus crises.

Project Pitlane makes significant progress in the COVID-19 combat

Formula 1’s seven UK-based teams have made significant progress after having joined forces to help with the fight against novel the COVID-19 coronavirus.

F1 teams bosses to meet in mid-April

Formula 1 could arrange another crucial meeting in two weeks’ time to discuss the development of the ongoing coronavirus crisis and the next measures the sport has to take in order to manage the situation.

F1 could wait for Easter to take the next decision

Following the troubled start to the season, Formula 1 chiefs could potentially wait for the Easter weekend to take a decision over the fate of the start of the 2020 campaign that is set to kick off at the Canadian Grand Prix.