Formula 1 has confirmed it will double the number of sprint races next season to six, in addition to the 24 grands prix.
Oscar Piastri has chosen 81 to be his race number in Formula 1 for when he makes his debut next year with McLaren
The team principal of Formula 1’s only American squad says the series has chosen the right time to add a third race in the country.
Nicholas Latifi’s Formula 1 career appears to be over as Williams have confirmed they will not retain the driver for the 2023 F1 season.
As the final pieces of the 2023 Formula 1 driver market fall into place, three of the current crop are at risk of being left out.
Yuki Tsunoda will remain at AlphaTauri for a third season in Formula 1 next year, the team has confirmed.
The Monaco Grand Prix will remain part of the Formula 1 world championship for the next three years after the series agreed a new deal with the race-organising Automobile Club of Monaco.
The FIA World Motor Sport Council has approved the 2023 F1 calendar which will feature a record-breaking 24 races.
Newly-crowned Formula 2 champion Felipe Drugovich has joined Aston Martin as the first member of its new Formula 1 driver development programme.
The street circuit which will hold Formula 1’s new Las Vegas Grand Prix from 2023 has been changed by the addition of a new chicane.
The FIA’s Contract Recognition Board has ruled against Alpine in the team’s dispute with McLaren over the future of Oscar Piastri
Mercedes’ decision on what direction to take with major parts of its 2023 Formula 1 car need to come “in the next weeks” says Toto Wolff
Zhou Guanyu is confident he will keep his place on the Formula 1 grid next year – and that he will have the chance to compete in his home grand prix.
Formula 1 drivers welcomed the confirmation the series will return to Spa-Francorchamps next year following the revisions made to the track.
The Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps will reappear on the 2023 Formula 1 calendar, the series has officially confirmed.
The at-risk Belgian Grand Prix looks likely to gain a late reprieve and claim a place on the 2023 Formula 1 calendar.
Alfa Romeo have confirmed they will end their partnership with Sauber, which runs their Formula 1 team, at the conclusion of the 2023 season.
The promoters of the French Grand Prix have acknowledged the race will not feature on the 2023 Formula 1 calendar but hope it can return in subsequent seasons.
The Belgian Grand Prix may yet get a place on next year’s F1 calendar. A survey of fans in the UK found over 80% want the race at Spa to stay.
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