Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas will start start Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix from the back of the grid after his team decided to install a number of fresh power unit elements into his W12.
Defending champion Lewis Hamilton topped the only practice session ahead of this afternoon’s qualifying session in a practice which was dominated by the Mercedes-powered cars. Championship leader Max Verstappen was half a second adrift of his rival despite using the...
The racing cars of Aston Martin and Alfa Romeo will sport a special livery at this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix with the teams’s celebrating anniversary and the release of of new James Bond film respectively.
After making his return at last weekend's Dutch Grand Prix, Robert Kubica will continue to deputise for Kimi Räikkönen at this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix.
After two intense races at Spa and Zandvoort, the last station of the 2021 F1 season’s second triple-header is nearing its conclusion with Monza awaiting the field for another great battle.
Williams Racing has confirmed that it will retain its current Canadian driver Nicholas Latifi for the forthcoming season, who will be partnered by Alexander Albon with the Thai driver making a full-time return to Formula 1 .
Just days ahead of the Italian Grand Prix, AlphaTauri has announced that it will retain its current driver pairing for the forthcoming 2022 FIA Formula One World Championship.
Following Valtteri Bottas’ departure to Alfa Romeo Racing, Mercedes-AMG Petronas F1 Team has today announced that George Russell will be team-mate to Lewis Hamilton from 2022.
Valtteri Bottas is set to leave Mercedes and join forces with Alfa Romeo Racing from next season, after signing a multi-year deal with the Hinwil-based Italian-Swiss team.
What a brilliant return Zandvoort made this weekend! The Dutch Grand Prix took place after a 36-year hiatus, it truly lived up to expectations by posing huge challenges to drivers and engineers and thus providing fans with thrilling actions across the entire weekend.
As Mercedes pulled every strategy trick they could imagine, they were at no point a threat to Red Bull's Max Verstappen, resulting in a composed victory in front of the very pleased "orange army". Hamilton and Bottas ended up second and third.
The Belgian Grand Prix saw eleven drivers compete with a fresh internal combustion engine as they were trying to maximize the benefits of a fresh unit on the power sensitive Spa-Francorchamps circuit. At the middle station of the season’s second triple-header only...