Ross Brawn says French GP could be closed event on 28 June‘If we were able to start in July we could do a 19-race season’Formula One is investigating how to begin the season behind closed doors at European races. Nine grands prix have been called off b…
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Formula 1 could still hold a world championship this year even if the season cannot start until October, managing director Ross Brawn says.
Ferrari say flexibility needed to stage 2020 F1 season‘Short races, double races, packing all the races together’The Ferrari team principal, Mattia Binotto, has said his team would support serious changes to Formula One race weekends so the season can …
The Canadian Grand Prix becomes the latest Formula 1 race to be postponed as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Formula 1 extends its shutdown period by a further two weeks as the coronavirus outbreak continues to play havoc with the sport.
F1’s senior management take 20% pay decreaseMercedes repurpose engine plant to create NHS breathing aidsFormula One Group has placed half of its staff on furlough as the sport addresses the serious financial implications of coronavirus.With nine races …
Mercedes make the design of a new breathing-aid device it helped develop freely available to help fight the coronavirus crisis.
Formula 1 has put about half its staff on enforced leave while senior figures are to take a salary cut as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Formula 1 bosses end their crisis meeting on Monday with an agreement to look further into the issues around lowering a budget cap.
Williams and Racing Point put staff on furloughF1 is in a very fragile state, says Zak BrownThe McLaren chief executive, Zak Brown, has warned of potentially devastating effects for Formula One from the coronavirus pandemic.Brown cautioned that as many…
Former McLaren boss Ron Dennis has created a scheme to supply a million free meals to NHS workers during the coronavirus crisis.
Racing Point and Williams put a number of staff on furlough and give drivers a pay cut as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
England cricketer Ben Stokes finishes last in his first Formula 1 Esports Virtual Grand Prix as Charles Leclerc wins.
Formula 1 is “in a very fragile state” as a result of the coronavirus crisis and needs big changes to survive, McLaren boss Zak Brown says.
Dani Bereznay, one of the fastest esports Formula 1 drivers in the world, talks about taking on real-life F1 drivers.