Formula One

The F1 star said he was "happy and grateful I am alive" before taking aim at world leaders who flout social distancing measures.
The Formula 1 star will miss this weekend’s Sakhir Grand Prix.
Footage shows the Frenchman frantically leaping out of his fireball inferno with the aid of a medical doctor.
His wife confirmed the news on Sunday morning.
Now a leading figure in the world of Formula E, Wolff is working to make electric racing more diverse
Susie Wolff has had a career of being the only woman on track, the only woman in the room. Becoming the first female driver in 22 years to drive a Formula One car at Silverstone in 2014, Wolff knew people had placed their highest hopes on her, while others were hoping she’d fail. After retiring from driving, Wolff has taken on a new challenge – the world of Formula E. As the principal for the Venturi racing team, Wolff is now a leading figure for this new world of electric race cars, and is aiming to make the championship more diverse than it’s Formula One predecessor. As Wolff likes to say, when the drivers are lined up on the starting grid, you can’t see who’s a man or a woman.
The seven-time Formula One world champion suffered a near-fatal brain injury in a 2013 skiing accident in the French Alps.
Three-time Formula One world champion Niki Lauda has died aged 70. The Austrian racing great “passed away peacefully”, his family said on Monday 20 May.
The racing legend "passed away peacefully", his family said.
“He was a racer, he was just a very nice guy.”
Lewis Hamilton’s Mercedes teammates have been robbed at gunpoint ahead of the Formula One race in Brazil in an incident the
Billy is in an induced coma but is expected to be woken during the next few days.
As of Thursday morning, £404,603 had been raised via a JustGiving page to help Billy, a sum no doubt helped by messages of
In Formula 1, every millisecond counts – and it’s not just on the track that timings matter. Pushing out a design update
Bernie's era of doing deals by a handshake at the back of a garage has long gone - the sport needs to move with the times to take its appeal to a new generation.
Rules are everywhere, and as they say, they're made to be broken. I used to break the rules at school and at home. I got into a bit of trouble, but often it was totally worth it. I think teams will do the same for many years to come, and find ways to get around the ones they don't particularly like.
Former Formula One team boss Eddie Jordan is set to join Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc on ‘Top Gear’, according to reports