Mercedes have studied how Ferrari and Red Bull’s dominance of F1 ended in the past to ensure they come back stronger after their poor 2022 campaign.
Fernando Alonso has “a big role to play” in Aston Martin’s future says team principal Mike Krack after the world champion’s first test for them.
Aston Martin invited RaceFans and select media to inspect progress on their £200 million new base at Silverstone.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner believes their rivals resent their success because they are an energy drink brand rather than a car manufacturer.
Sebastian Vettel put a few noses out of joint early in his career but his retirement from Formula 1 prompted an outpouring of affection for the four-times champion.
Pierre Gasly says that he would not change anything about his tenure at Red Bull as he departs AlphaTauri for Alpine.
McLaren will give rookie Oscar Piastri more tests in the new year as they aim to ensure his first race in Bahrain “doesn’t actually feel like the first race for him.”
Lando Norris says scoring a single podium in 2022 “isn’t enough” for himself or the team, saying McLaren finished “way ahead of where we deserved” in Imola.
Kevin Magnussen says his Formula 1 career shows how Mick Schumacher might make it back onto the grid one day.
Pirelli will conduct tests with teams over the winter using this year’s Formula 1 cars as it continues to develop new dry and wet-weather tyres.
Mercedes referred to its internal metrics which predicted which circuits would be best and worst for its problematic W13 as the “table of doom”.
Formula 1 drivers say overtaking at Yas Marina remains difficult despite the changes made to improve racing at the circuit last year.
Pierre Gasly said it’s best not to dwell on the narrow margin by which AlphaTauri lost eighth place to Haas in the constructors championship.
Mick Schumacher says his mind was already “pretty much set on coming back in 2024, if not already in ’23” during his last race weekend in F1
The Formula 1 paddock said farewell to four-times world champion Sebastian Vettel with tributes throughout the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix weekend including a lap of the circuit on foot.
McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl says missing out on fourth in the constructors’ standings cannot be pinned solely on Daniel Ricciardo’s performance.
Mercedes’ failure to compete for the championships this year isn’t as painful as their defeat in the controversial 2021 finale, says team principal Toto Wolff.
Max Verstappen has improved his performance to a level which his team principal Christian Horner doubts any rival could match, even in the same car.
Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto says a “dummy” pit stop was the key to getting Charles Leclerc ahead of Sergio Perez in yesterday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Speaking to media for the first time since his F1 comeback was announced, Nico Hulkenberg said he watched this year’s races thinking he could “do better”.