Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul believes the team understands the weaknesses that have caused its fluctuating 2019 form but must make "substantial changes" in order to cure them
Haas will not design its 2020 Formula 1 car to "fit the tyres" despite its struggles this season, because Pirelli 'promised' next year's compounds will have a wider working window
Williams had to effectively make "two steps back before we made three steps forward" after returning to "basic principles" with its 2019 Formula 1 car
The FIA's head of single-seater technical matters Nikolas Tombazis says Formula 1's 2021 rules are more likely to be favoured by team principals than engineers
Lando Norris says he feels more comfortable qualifying his McLaren Formula 1 car than when he was racing in Formula 2, which he has described as "much harder physically"
Some of the most exciting moments from Formula 1's two most recent grands prix have come courtesy of battles between Max Verstappen and Charles Leclerc
Red Bull says it is heading to this weekend's German Grand Prix with "confidence" after fighting near the front at Silverstone where engine performance is vital
The Haas Formula 1 team will introduce an aerodynamic upgrade for Kevin Magnussen at the German Grand Prix and continue its experiment with Romain Grosjean using the specification from Australia
Daniel Ricciardo's former advisor is claiming more than £10million over alleged unpaid commissions relating to the Renault Formula 1 driver's contract
FIA president Jean Todt and the Grand Prix Drivers' Association have recently suggested that Formula 1 should consider refueling as a way to spice up the racing in the championship
Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel doubts the need for city-centre races like a London grand prix and is happier staying at Silverstone than Formula 1 trying "something fancy"
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