Mercedes arrived in Australia as the underdog for the first time in the hybrid era - but once again it scored a 1-2 finish. So what changed between pre-season testing and the first round?
Max Verstappen’s overtaking move on Sebastian Vettel at the Australian Grand Prix shows that Honda now has "enormous" power, reckons Mercedes boss Toto Wolff.
Renault team principal Cyril Abiteboul believes that agreeing a new set of financial regulations should be the first priority in discussions over Formula 1's post-2021 future.
Younus Ilyas emerged victorious in the curtain-raising round of the Indian National Rally Championship in Bengaluru after chief rival Dean Mascarenhas was handed a hefty penalty.
Pascal Wehrlein reckons Mahindra Racing should revert to its Santiago and Mexico set-up “baseline” in its bid to turn its form around in ABB FIA Formula E.
Alfa Romeo has had a rollercoaster relationship with the Formula 1 World Championship, and it’s never been better than its first two seasons when it took back-to-back world titles. Alfa returned at the end of the 1970s for seven years before pulling out again. Now it’s back, having taken over Sauber’s entry for 2019.
They say it’s easy to criticise racing drivers while sitting in an armchair. So we took to the Madras Motor Race Track near Chennai to get a first-hand experience of what their job entails.
We have compiled all key statistics from the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, where Honda scored a Formula 1 podium for the first time in 11 years.
Volkswagen recently pulled off the covers from its new rear-engined, track-only Polo RX, which comes fitted with a 1.8-litre motor from the Ameo Cup race car.
Sergio Perez insists he is “still friends” with Vijay Mallya despite initiating administration proceedings against Force India that forced the embattled business tycoon out of his own Formula 1 team.
MotoGP legend Mick Doohan is confident that Indian riders can perform competitively at world stage, provided they receive required training during the formative years of their career.
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Chase Elliott turned out to be the only driver Sunday to pass race winner Brad Keselowski under green-flag conditions.
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Colton Herta, aged 18 years, 11 months and 25 days, became the youngest ever winner of an Indy car race at the Circuit of the Americas, as strong pace and perfect strategy allowed him to benefit from misfortune for Will Power and Alexander Rossi.
Brad Keselowski dominated on his way to the Stage 2 victory at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway, leading every green-flag lap.
Brad Keselowski held off Chase Elliott to take the Stage 1 win at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway.
Oliver Askew completed a sweep of the Indy Lights rounds at Circuit of The Americas, after passing Andretti Autosport teammate Robert Megennis on the sixth lap and then surviving a late restart.
Stewart Haas Racing driver Aric Almirola is off to the best start of his NASCAR Cup Series career but wants his cars just a little better to contend for wins.
Giorgio Piola starts his selection of the most intriguing Formula 1 tech updates from the Australian Grand Prix with a look at the upgrade Red Bull brought forward by a month, and how teams are changing DRS actuators to make the most of the new 2019 rules
Giorgio Piola and Sutton Images bring you the Formula 1 technical updates on show in the Melbourne pitlane at the Australian Grand Prix, giving insight into the relentless development undertaken by the teams in pursuit of more performance.
The first official sessions of the 2019 Formula 1 season are now over, and plenty of new developments were unveiled on the opening day of running in Melbourne.
In our last deep dive into Giorgio Piola’s treasure trove, we cast our eye over Ferrari’s 312. But it was 1974 rivals McLaren and Emerson Fittipaldi that prevailed, running out the eventual winners in a less complex but far more compliant car.