F1 budget cap verdict pushed back to Monday

The FIA will not confirm whether Red Bull, Aston Martin or any other team broke the 2021 budget cap until Monday, due to the fact it is still finalising a six-month audit. ... Continue Reading

How Verstappen can clinch the title at the Japanese GP

The permutations required for Max Verstappen to win the championship at the Japanese Grand Prix and what Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez need to do to stay mathematically in the fight. ... Continue Reading

NASCAR needs to address drivers' safety concerns. Now.

Drivers are growing increasingly vocal with their concerns over NASCAR's Next Gen car, and it's time for the series to act on their feedback. ... Continue Reading

NASCAR's Ware to skip Roval with broken foot

Driver Cody Shane Ware, who's recovering from an impact fracture and torn ligaments in his right foot, says he's skipping the next NASCAR race Sunday on the Roval at Charlotte Motor Speedway. ... Continue Reading

Ecclestone to stand trial over fraud charge

Ex-Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone faces trial in October next year accused of failing to declare more than £400 million in a trust in Singapore to the U.K. Government. ... Continue Reading

Saudi GP working with F1 over race safety concerns

Saudi Arabia's minister of sport, Prince Abdulaziz Bin Turki Al-Faisal, says he has met with Formula One's teams and drivers in attempt to allay concerns over the safety of next year's race in Jeddah. ... Continue Reading

Hamilton could stay in F1 for five years, says Wolff

Lewis Hamilton could stay in Formula One for another five years, according to Mercedes boss Toto Wolff, who is convinced the British driver will win an eighth world title with the team before he calls it quits. ... Continue Reading

F1's budget cap controversy explained

Rumours that Red Bull and Aston Martin overspent on F1's budget cap in 2021 will be confirmed or refuted on Wednesday. Laurence Edmondson explains why any breach could be a hornet's nest issue for the sport. ... Continue Reading

Horner adamant Red Bull adhered to budget cap

Red Bull boss Christian Horner is confident his team did not break Formula One's budget cap last year. ... Continue Reading

Singapore win Perez's best yet - Red Bull boss

Sergio Perez's Singapore Grand Prix victory was "world class" and his best drive yet in Formula One, Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said on Sunday. ... Continue Reading

Ricciardo avoided being 'hero', scores P5

Outgoing McLaren driver Daniel Ricciardo says he resisted the temptation to be a "hero" during the Singapore Grand Prix, a decision which saw him secure fifth place, his best result of the season. ... Continue Reading

Verstappen: 'This is not what I enjoy'

Max Verstappen said he took "zero" enjoyment from Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix after he found himself struggling to carve through the field. ... Continue Reading

Perez keeps Singapore win despite penalty

Sergio Perez has held on to his victory at the Singapore Grand Prix despite breaching safety car regulations on three occasions during the race and getting a five second penalty. ... Continue Reading

Ricciardo: Reserve role 'realistic' to stay in F1

Daniel Ricciardo concedes it may now be "realistic" for him to take a reserve driver role for 2023 if he wishes to remain in Formula One. ... Continue Reading

Russell to start Singapore Grand Prix from pit lane

George Russell will start the Singapore Grand Prix from the pit lane after Mercedes fitted a new power unit to his car and incurred a penalty. ... Continue Reading

Ricciardo: reserve role 'realistic' to stay in F1

Daniel Ricciardo concedes it may now be "realistic" for him to take a reserve driver role for 2023 if he wishes to remain in Formula One. ... Continue Reading

Radio rage for Verstappen in Singapore qualifying

Formula One championship leader Max Verstappen gave Red Bull a blast of radio rage after the team told him to abort his final qualifying lap at the Singapore Grand Prix on Saturday and he ended up eighth. ... Continue Reading

Hamilton avoids punishment for wearing nose stud

No further action has been taken against Lewis Hamilton for wearing a nose stud during qualifying day for the Singapore Grand Prix, although his Mercedes team has been fined €25,000. ... Continue Reading

Horner hits back in budget cap row

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has hit back at claims his team exceeded the budget cap last season, saying such accusations are "extremely defamatory". ... Continue Reading

Hamilton summoned for breach of F1 jewellery rule

Lewis Hamilton is facing a fine at the Singapore Grand Prix after he was summoned to the stewards for breaching an chapter in the FIA's International Sporting Code that regulates clothing, helmets and the wearing of jewellery. ... Continue Reading