Maya Weug becomes first female Ferrari junior driver

Maya Weug has become the first female member of the Ferrari Driver Academy after she outshone the other girls at the evaluation camp which took place last week at the Scuderia headquarters in Maranello.

Ferrari organizes a five-day test at Fiorano

Scuderia Ferrari has announced that it would organize a five-day, seven-driver test at Fiorano in order to help its current F1 drivers and junior drivers in their preparation for the 2021 season.

Button joins Williams as advisor

Williams Racing has announced that 2009 Formula One World Champion Jenson Button will rejoining the Grove-based outfit as Senior Advisor in a multi-year agreement.

Ferrari and AlphaTauri set for extra pre-season preparation

Formula One’s two Italian squads Ferrari and AlphaTauri are planning to carry out extra on-track preparation ahead of the official pre-season testing with both outfits looking set to use one of their previous cars.

Mercedes adds Frederik Vesti to its junior driver programme

Mercedes AMG Motorsport F1 Team has confirmed that it has added 2020 Formula 3 frontrunner Frederik Vesti to its junior driver programme for the 2021 season.

Alfa Romeo will unveil its car in Warsaw

The Alfa Romeo Racing Orlen Team has announced that it would launch the C41, the car, with which it is set to race in the 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship, in Warsaw.

Nissany retained by Williams for the 2021 season

Williams F1 Team announced that Roy Nissany will continue his work as Official Test Driver with the Grove-based team in the 2021 FIA Formula One World Championship.

Automobile Club Monaco sticks to its Spring schedule

The Automobile Club Monaco confirmed that its Spring schedule, which includes the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix, the Formula E E-Prix and the Historic Monaco Grand Prix, is poised to go ahead as planned.

Ferrari replaces Hublot with Richard Mille

Scuderia Ferrari ended its long-term sponsorship and strategic partnership with the Swiss luxury watchmaker Hublot which will be replaced by another Swiss watchmaker Richard Mille.

Alpine F1 confirm Davide Brivio as new Racing Director

The rebranded Alpine F1 Team announced Sunday morning that ex-MotoGP Suzuki boss Davide Brivio will join the French outfit as racing director from 2021.