Yuki Tsunoda will appear for AlphaTauri in the Young Drivers’ Test as Red Bull consider promoting the Formula 2 race winner to Formula 1 next year.
Valtteri Bottas will continue to race for Mercedes in 2021, the team has announced. Lewis Hamilton’s plans for next year have not yet been confirmed.
Williams drivers George Russell and Nicholas Latifi have both said they will remain at the team for the 2021 F1 season.
Fernando Alonso will return to F1 with Renault. He is believed to have agreed a two-year deal.
Fernando Alonso is expected to make his comeback to Formula 1 in 2021 at Renault, the team with which he won both his world championships.
Mercedes is keeping its options open regarding Sebastian Vettel in case it suffers a repeat of its experience with Nico Rosberg, says team principal Toto Woff.
Daniel Ricciardo will drive for McLaren next year, the team has announced.
Ferrari is understood to have an option on at least one driver for 2021 already. But that doesn’t mean they won’t look elsewhere to replace Sebastian Vettel.
Lawrence Stroll says Aston Martin’s Formula 1 team will be “highly competitive” when it enters the championship next year after completing his investment in the car maker.
Sebastian Vettel says the delay to the start of the 2020 F1 season means he will probably have to decide on his future with Ferrari before the first race.
Ferrari’s long-term commitment to Charles Leclerc gives some clues what the team has planned for the future
Charles Leclerc will remain at Ferrari until at least 2024 after signing a contract extension with the team.
Lewis Hamilton indicated Max Verstappen is among the drivers who are pursuing Mercedes over a chance to join them after next season.
Lewis Hamilton believes Mercedes will commit to staying in F1 beyond the 2020 season, when their current agreement with the sport’s commercial rights holders expires.
Yesterday’s seemingly dismissive statement from Formula 1 does not exclude the possibility of new teams joining the sport in 2021, says Dieter Rencken.
Formula 1 Management has damped speculation that one or more new teams could join the championship after a second potential entrant revealed its plans.
McLaren and Mercedes will reunite in the 2021 season after McLaren confirmed it will end its Renault customer engine supply.
Renault managing director Cyril Abiteboul says the team wants to promote a driver from its roster of academy talent to F1 by 2021.
Williams will continue to use Mercedes power units after agreeing a new deal with the manufacturer which runs until the end of the 2025 season.
Esteban Ocon’s two-year deal to drive for Renault does not include an escape clause which would allow him to return to Mercedes in 2021.