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F1 Correspondent Lawrence Barretto was at the Classic Car Club in Manhattan for the announcement and now delves into the details…
Horner explains why Red Bull opted to partner with Ford instead of ‘incredible company’ Honda for 2026
Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has explained why his team chose to enter into a technical partnership with Ford for the 2026 season and beyond, as opposed to continuing their relationship with Honda.
This season Max Verstappen aims to become only the fifth driver in Formula 1 history to win three drivers’ championship on the bounce, while Red Bull look to become the sixth team to claim six constructors’ title – but can they do it? The Dutchman weighed up his team’s chances at the launch of the Red Bull RB19 in New York.
Red Bull have kicked off their 2023 season by unveiling a launch version of the RB19, the car the Milton Keynes outfit hope will enable them to defend both F1 world titles.
Fresh from confirmation of their upcoming return to F1, Ford have revealed that they are doing so through a “long-term strategic technical partnership” with Red Bull Powertrains, ahead of the sport’s new engine regulations coming into play.
The engine at the heart of Ferrari's 2023 Formula 1 car, designated the 675, has been fired up ahead of the Scuderia's Valentine's Day launch.
American automotive giants Ford have confirmed their intention to make a Formula 1 comeback when new engine regulations are introduced in 2026, meaning another chapter will be added to the American organisation’s rich history in the sport.
Red Bull became the second team to show off their look for the 2023 campaign on Friday, as F1’s reigning double world champions held a special ‘season launch’ live from New York.
When Logan Sargeant pulls his visor down, engages first gear and drops the clutch on his Grand Prix debut for Williams in Bahrain next month, he will become the first American in eight years to have that honour.
PREMA Racing have announced that Filipino racer Bianca Bustamante will the first driver in their three-car line-up for the inaugural F1 Academy season.
Jean-Pierre Jabouille, the two-time Grand Prix winner who claimed Renault's first F1 victory, has died at the age of 80.
Mercedes drivers George Russell and Lewis Hamilton have returned to the wheel of F1 machinery this week, racking up laps at Paul Ricard in France as part of a Pirelli tyre test.
Oscar Piastri and McLaren have begun preparations for the 2023 season, with the Australian going behind the wheel of the Woking squad’s 2021 race car, the MCL35, in a private test at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya on Thursday.
Last week, we gave you the chance to vote for the driver pairing that excites you the most heading into the new F1 season, with no fewer than six teams making changes to their line-ups over the winter break…
Lena Buhler has become the first driver announced to be racing in the F1 Academy – Formula 1’s new all-female driver series – with confirmation that she will join ART Grand Prix for the inaugural season.
Here’s a guide to Red Bull, who returned to double title-winning ways in 2022 as the team, along with star driver Max Verstappen, put on a dominant display.
McLaren have announced that they have reached an agreement with Mercedes which will see them add Mick Schumacher to their pool of reserve drivers for the 2023 season.
Haas kicked off car launch season on Tuesday by revealing their new 2023 livery, but what else can you recall from the last week in F1 news?
AlphaTauri have become the latest team to share a video of their 2023 F1 car being fired up for the first time, following on from rivals Alpine and McLaren.
Lewis Hamilton believes Mercedes have improved in several key areas following a challenging 2022 season, explaining that it served as a “good lesson” in their F1 journey to date.