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Kimi Raikkonen wouldn't still be in F1 if he hadn't had WRC break

Kimi Raikkonen is certain he would not still be racing in Formula 1 had he not taken two years out to compete in rallying

Bottas holds edge over Hamilton in Autosport readers' driver ratings

Valtteri Bottas still holds a small lead over Mercedes Formula 1 team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the Autosport readers' driver ratings heading into the Monaco Grand Prix

Ferrari needs to address F1 car issues "soon" to avoid 2020 repeat

Ferrari needs to address any car shortcomings "very soon" to ensure its 2020 Formula 1 challenger does not suffer the same performance shortfall as this year's

Racing Point plans "almost new car" F1 upgrade for July's German GP

The Racing Point Formula 1 team plans to introduce a major upgrade for the German Grand Prix, which it believes will make its RP19 "almost a new car"

Promoted: Boullier on why French GP is about more than just racing

Eric Boullier spent eight seasons as the boss of two different Formula 1 teams, winning races along the way

Heroes film exploring lives of racing legends to be unveiled in July

A new feature-length film focusing on the lives of five motor racing legends will be unveiled this July, in the week leading up to the British Grand Prix

Renault had to reduce power for early 2019 F1 races due to conrod

Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul has revealed that a conrod reliability issue handicapped the firm's engines in the first part of the 2019 season, but has now been addressed

Video: What Formula 1 should do to tackle the problems of Monaco

The Monaco Grand Prix is a unique and evocative event, but these days it's rarely a genuinely entertaining Formula 1 race

Ferrari adamant its Formula 1 front wing concept isn't flawed

Ferrari is adamant it will stick with its current front wing concept, despite rival Mercedes dominating Formula 1 with an alternative design

Mercedes has tyre warm-up "concern" for Monaco Grand Prix qualifying

The Mercedes Formula 1 team admits it has a tyre warm-up "concern" for Monaco Grand Prix qualifying, despite its imperious form in the two Thursday practice sessions

Haas explains "creative" black flag for drivers in Monaco practice

Haas Formula 1 team boss Gunther Steiner says asking the FIA to black flag his drivers in first Monaco Grand Prix practice was a "creative" reaction to an IT issue

Ferrari could recall ex-tech chief Resta from Alfa Romeo

Ferrari is evaluating whether to bring back current Alfa Romeo technical director Simone Resta to bolster its Formula 1 team