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Formula 1 have announced that Sao Paulo will continue to be home to the Brazilian Grand Prix until 2025.
The F1 grid is gaining another exciting new addition next year, with the arrival of Yuki Tsunoda to partner Pierre Gasly at AlphaTauri. But the Japanese driver's gain is very much Daniil Kvyat's loss, with the talented Russian losing his seat. We look back on Kvyat's most memorable F1 moments to-date, from surprise podiums to big crashes to inspired overtakes...
LISTEN: Lando Norris, Sebastian Vettel and George Russell star in our best bits from Beyond The Grid in 2020
The F1 season has come to an end - and so has Season 3 of our podcast, Beyond The Grid! Don’t fear dear listeners, the show will be back with more unique, in-depth conversations with the great and the good of F1 in 2021, but until then why not immerse yourself in some of the best stories and anecdotes from this year’s all-star selection of guests?
The Grand Final of the 2020 F1 Esports Pro Series kicks off this evening – and you can watch live coverage right here from 1930 UTC.
POWER RANKINGS: Which driver ranked highest in Abu Dhabi? And who topped the season-long leaderboard?
The chequered flag has flown for the final time in 2020, with Max Verstappen shocking Mercedes by claiming the last win of the year – and by some margin too. So, with the season now at an end, we round up the star performers from the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – and scroll down to see which drivers were ranked the highest across the season as a whole.
Just 1.5 seconds separated Red Bull’s Alex Albon and seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, and Albon was delighted with his P4 finish – but remains unsure on his status at the team in 2021.
F1.com Senior Writer Lawrence Barretto answers the key questions following Yuki Tsunoda's promotion to Formula 1 with AlphaTauri...
Japanese racer Yuki Tsunoda will make his Formula 1 debut with AlphaTauri in 2021 after Red Bull opted to promote the 20-year-old to replace Daniil Kvyat…
Lewis Hamilton says 2020 has been one of the most difficult years of his Formula 1 career as he – and the wider world – has had to cope with the coronavirus pandemic and its far-reaching effects.
Jolyon Palmer’s Analysis: How Mercedes missed their chance to pincer Verstappen on strategy in Abu Dhabi
Former Renault F1 driver Jolyon Palmer picks apart the season-finale Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – and what cost Mercedes a chance of victory...
Formula 2 runner-up and Ferrari Driver Academy racer Callum Ilott will be Ferrari's test driver in 2021, the team announced on Tuesday.
The two-time world champion completed 105 laps of the Yas Marina Circuit on Tuesday, posting a best time of 1m36.333s – the fastest of all 15 runners on the day.
Legendary former Formula 1 Team Principal Sir Frank Williams is currently in a stable condition in hospital, his family have said.
Charles Leclerc's younger brother Arthur will make the step up to Formula 3 next year with the Prema team, the reigning champions have announced.
Before we start looking ahead to next year, it's time to take a look at the top five technical innovations of 2020, as nominated by Mark Hughes, with technical drawings from Giorgio Piola.
The final F1 Nation episode of the season is here and the podcast ends 2020 how it started: with Ross Brawn, Formula 1’s managing director of motorsport joining host Tom Clarkson. Brawn discusses Covid-19’s impact on F1, next year’s rules changes, Lewis Hamilton, Mick Schumacher, Max Verstappen, and much more!
The 2020 Formula 1 season may have come to a close, but there are still some loose ends to tie up - such as whether or not Alex Albon will partner Max Verstappen at Red Bull next year. His boss Christian Horner says a decision will be made “in the coming days”…
Stoll has spent five years overseeing the Formula 1 operation after Renault returned as a full constructor for the 2016 season.
Mercedes, Ferrari, Red Bull, Renault, AlphaTauri, Haas, Alfa Romeo and Williams will all be in action on track, on what is the last official day of F1 running in 2020. McLaren and Racing Point are not taking part.
Leclerc said P13 in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix was a disappointing way to end a season that’s been “very difficult” from a performance point of view – but which he’d been pleased with in terms of his own progress as a driver.