Pressure is mounting on F1 to cancel the Australian GP after McLaren withdrew from the race weekend following a positive test for the coronavirus for one staff member.
As two more Haas staff members entered self-isolation, Lewis Hamilton accused Formula 1 of greed when it comes to the coronavirus, saying “cash is king”.
The 2020 Formula One season is off to a roaring start at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne on Sunday.
F1’s season-opening Australian GP is having to deal with fears over the coronavirus, possible protests from Red Bull and Renault, and there may even be some racing at the end of it all.
Bahrain has made the call to run its grand prix behind closed doors while Ferrari’s season is in turmoil after Italy announced a lockdown.
Ferrari and the FIA are in hot water with seven of the Formula 1 teams for what they see as a cover-up.
Formula 1 will not contest World Championship races if Ferrari and AlphaTauri are not present in either Bahrain or Vietnam.
Hours after announcing that MotoGP’s premier class won’t race in Qatar, the entire Thailand weekend has been ‘postponed’ due to the coronavirus.
The coronavirus outbreak has once again hit a sporting calendar, this time MotoGP.
Antonio Felix da Costa is the third different driver to lead the ePrix standings, taking P1 in the race for the title with a win in Marrakech.
Valtteri Bottas finished pre-season testing with the two fastest lap times but team-mate Lewis Hamilton is “for sure” worried about the power unit.
Mercedes experienced a fourth engine related issue in testing, limiting Lewis Hamilton to 14 laps on the penultimate day of pre-season testing.
Robert Kubica was P1 as testing resumed at the Circuit de Catalunya on Wednesday and couldn’t resist the opportunity to have a little dig at his former team, Williams.
Fernando Alonso has rejoined McLaren, not in Formula 1 but in IndyCars, signing a one-off deal to race at this year’s Indianapolis 500.
Formula 1’s regulations don’t always make sense to the layman and the rules governing Mercedes’ dual axis steering could fall into that category.
Mercedes won the opening pre-season test, at least according to the timesheet. But were the numbers lying? Mercedes say yes.
Brad Binder steps up to MotoGP this season, saying carrying the hopes of South Africa comes with both pressure and pride.
Ferrari may be the ones openly admitting it but every one of Mercedes’ rivals must be worried after Valtteri Bottas finished 1.3s up on the nearest non-DAS-fitted car.
Formula 1 almost made it through two days of testing without a single red flag but Kimi Raikkonen put an end to that 13 minutes before the chequered flag fell in Spain.
The F1 pre-season has barely begun and already there is controversy as Mercedes ran a movable steering wheel in testing which may, or may not, be illegal.
Mercedes-AMG, Aston Martin Red Bull Racing and Renault F1 will roar into Sandton for the first-ever Heinekin F1 Joburg Festival in March.
With pre-season testing limited to six days, Mercedes threw out the sandbags and went straight to the top of the timesheet on Day 1 in Spain.
Racing Point can get both cars onto a podium this season, that’s if they first manage to avoid Romain Grosjean says team CEO Otmar Szafnauer.
Williams has added its name to the list of teams revealing its 2020 car, saying the FW43 is an evolution but one Williams hopes brings about a fresh start.
Mitch Evans survived first lap contact with pole sitter Andre Lotterer to claim his first win of the Formula E season in Mexico.