Charles Leclerc doubts the Spa-Francorchamps circuit will play to the strengths of his Ferrari in this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Red Bull drivers Max Verstappen and Sergio Perez are at risk of grid penalties as each has lost a power unit due to recent crashes.
Nikita Mazepin, who said earlier in the season his Haas chassis was heavier than team mate Mick Schumacher’s, will have a new one for this weekend’s race.
Fernando Alonso says his focus is on F1’s upcoming 2022 regulation changes, leaving the ‘triple crown’ challenge for the future.
Max Verstappen doesn’t see himself at a disadvantage in his contest with Lewis Hamilton despite his rival’s greater experience in championship fights.
Sebastian Vettel accepted his disqualification from the Hungarian Grand Prix but admitted it felt “very bitter” to lose his podium finish.
Lance Stroll and Valtteri Bottas say their grid penalties for causing a crash at the Hungarian Grand Prix are less punishing at Spa.
Honda-powered AlphaTauri drivers Yuki Tsunoda and Pierre Gasly are deeply disappointed by the cancellation of their engine manufacturer’s home race.
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes have made a clear step forward after taking the lead of the world championship.
The two drivers in contention to be appointed as Lewis Hamilton’s team mate say there is “no news” on their futures ahead of this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, but refused to confirm whether a decision had been taken.
This weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix looks set to run in cool and generally damp conditions, with a risk of fog and rain showers.
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Formula 1 has confirmed details of the starting times for all bar one of the rounds on its 23-race calendar, having restored on-the-hour starts for 2021.
Formula 1 has confirmed its 2021 season will begin later than planned as the Australian and Chinese grands prix have been postponed due to the pandemic.
Formula 1 is closing on a return to both Portugal’s Algarve circuit and Imola in Italy this year as the pandemic puts multiple early-season fly-away races in jeopardy.
Formula 2 and Formula 3 have confirmed their schedules for next year, which will take place alongside separate rounds of the 2021 F1 calendar.
Formula 1 has revealed a draft calendar featuring a record-breaking 23 races for next year’s championship, but Vietnam does not feature and the venue for one of the events has not been confirmed.