Fernando Alonso says his focus is on F1’s upcoming 2022 regulation changes, leaving the ‘triple crown’ challenge for the future.
When Ross Brawn dropped a hint about his team’s double diffuser, no one listened. Has anyone found a similar breakthrough for 2022?
Does the model 2022 car presented by F1 accurately represent what next year’s designs will look like? We asked a technical director.
Formula 1 revealed the radical new look of next year’s cars at Silverstone last week. Will its plan to improve the racing succeed?
Next year’s Formula 1 cars will look like IndyCar machines from the nineties, Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has said.
Tighter technical rules mean teams’ new cars for the 2022 F1 season are expected to closely resemble an example design revealed by the series yesterday.
F1 wielded “insane” computing power greater than that used by the teams to develop its new regulations intended to aid overtaking in 2022, explains Rob Smedley.
If Formula 1 wants an American driver so badly, why does its superlicence points system reward IndyCar drivers so poorly?
The Australian Grand Prix is unlikely to return to its regular place as F1’s season-opening race after the event was cancelled for the second year in a row.
Mercedes intend to choose Lewis Hamilton’s team mate for 2022 during the summer, team principal Toto Wolff has confirmed.
Lewis Hamilton will continue to race in Formula 1 until at least 2023 after signing a new two-year deal to drive for Mercedes.
Williams is looking into joining Formula 1’s 18-inch tyre testing programme this year to avoid being left at a disadvantage to its rivals.
Charles Leclerc has become one of the first Formula 1 drivers to sample his team’s planned car for next year’s radically changed technical regulations.
Alpine have announced Esteban Ocon has signed to the team through 2024, ahead of his home race at the French Grand Prix.
Alpine chief executive officer Laurent Rossi admits the team has “too many” juniors vying for promotion to F1. So where might they go in 2022?
Lewis Hamilton has said the 2022 weight increase for Formula One cars seems at odds with sustainability and sporting aims.
Pirelli has largely finalised the construction of its new 18-inch tyres for the 2022 F1 season and is starting work on developing compounds at this week’s test.
Lewis Hamilton revealed he volunteered to test Pirelli’s new 18-inch tyres for 2022 because he is planning to keep racing in F1 next year.
The Japanese Grand Prix will remain at Suzuka until at least the 2024 season after the circuit agreed a new deal with Formula 1.
The promoters of the Miami Grand Prix, which will hold its first F1 race in 2022, have revealed a simulated onboard lap of the new Hard Rock Stadium circuit.