Sebastian Vettel believes Ferrari can be championship contenders in Formula 1 again this year following high-level changes at the team in the off-season.
In the round-up: Guerra beats Duval, Gutierrez and Gasly for popular home ROC win • Bottas has first WRC car run • 2021 should be “big reset” – Chandhok
In the round-up: Kristensen defeats Schumacher in ROC Nations final • Track damage forces TRS round cancellation • British F1 teams may lobby over Brexit
Ferrari has announced Mick Schumacher, son of seven-times world champion Michael Schumacher, has joined its junior driver academy for the 2019 season.
Formula 1 teams are performing 60 practice pit stops per week even in the off-season. They’re not just trying to get quicker – but more consistent too.
In the round-up: Stoll remains in charge at Renault as Koskas steps down • Button to become father • Kubica sees 2019 like rookie season
More people watched Formula 1 on television last year than in 2017, new figures from the sport’s promoter have revealed.
Will a new partnership with Honda make Red Bull title contenders again? New driver Pierre Gasly knows how badly they want to win in F1.
In the round-up: Vandoorne happy to go “back to basics” after F1 exit • Decision to replace grid girls was “easy” • Renault plan “realistic” – Ricciardo
Which Formula 1 driver put on the most impressive overtaking display during last year’s races? There were 13 occasions when drivers made up a dozen places or more.
New F1 rules for 2019 will have more dramatic impact on car design than the introduction of Halo did last year, according to Renault’s chassis technical director Nick Chester.
In the round-up: Sainz believes McLaren hit its “low point” last year • Lauda leaves hospital • Michelin executive tipped to replace Ghosn
Ferrari chairman John Elkann has denied further changes are planned at the top of the company in the wake of Maurizio Arrivabene’s departure.
Formula E champion Lucas di Grassi wants the championship to go “wild” with its future cars and aim for F1-beating acceleration.
In the round-up: IndyCar announces NTT as new title sponsor for 2019 • Mick Schumacher tipped for Ferrari role • McLaren Senna Lego launched
The starting times for the 2019 Formula 1 race, qualifying and practice sessions have been confirmed. Add them to your calendar here.
Few drivers get as many chances to impress in F1 as Daniil Kvyat, but his former team mates believe he’s fast enough to prove he belongs.
In the round-up: Adapting to Formula E “not easy”, says Massa • Hulkenberg splits from sponsor Dekra • Calderon believe in F1 chance after test
Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe admits the team has been “making up the numbers” for years and says he can’t predict how long their turnaround will take.
In the round-up:”Very powerful” Honda could make Red Bull contenders – Wolff • Rookies participate in Formula E test • Renault ‘not ready’ for driver like Riccairdo – Chandhok