Honda commit to Red Bull and Ash Sutton to drive Infiniti | On Track Recap News

Honda will stay in F1 until at least 2021, and Toyota reveal an all new lineup for the WRC in 2020 On Track Recap gets you up to speed with the top motorsport news from Autosport.com. The full stories are linked in the comments below 👇 – 🤝 Honda commits to Formula 1 for at […]

‘It takes the sting out of the driver market’ – Verstappen renews at Red Bull until 2023

Max Verstappen has extended his Formula 1 deal with Red Bull until the end of the 2023 season. Verstappen, who became part of Red Bull’s junior programme in 2014 and was handed an F1 drive with its junior team Toro Rosso the year after, was promoted to the energy drink giant’s main F1 outfit during […]

6 Vital Things We Learned From Monza | Formula 1

From Ricciardo’s comeback win to that crash between Hamilton and Verstappen, to 2025 Engine rules, sprint races and more, Formula 1’s Italian GP gave us a lot to think about, so Jess McFadyen lists off the 6 biggest talking points from Monza and how the rest of the Formula 1 season has changed because of […]

How Alonso And Alpine Pulled Off Their Risky Qatar Podium | Formula 1

Despite 4 punctures in Qatar, Alonso managed a podium finish for the first time since 2014. But how did he manage to not burst a tyre despite a risky one stop strategy? And how close is the Formula 1 title fight between Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton? Luke Smith takes a look at F1’s first […]

Why 2021 Has Been “Brutal” For Drivers Who Changed Teams | Formula 1

Formula 1 has been particularly challenging for drivers who swapped from one team to another over the break, but why more than usual? Jess McFadyen takes a look at the many reasons why Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, Carlos Sainz Jr, Daniel Ricciardo and Serio Pérez are finding F1’s 2021 “brutal”, from testing time to unique […]

Why 2022 Cars Won’t Look Like Formula 1’s Reveal

What will 2022’s F1 cars actually look like? We finally saw Formula 1 unveil a full-sized version of its 2022 concept at Silverstone, but we all know that the teams will do everything they can do to get the most from the regulations. Autosport’s Technical Editor Jake Boxall-Legge looks at how F1’s own concept has […]

4 Things We’d Change To Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya | Formula 1

How do you fix the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya? Was the new Turn 10 any better? And is it a completely boring circuit? Spanish GP races are usually a snoozefest, and despite Mercedes’ exciting strategic win, the 2021 GP wasn’t much better. But why is that? Jake Boxall-Legge has 4 ways the circuit could improve, whether […]

How Red Bull Avoided Flexi-Wing Protests At Azerbaijan Grand Prix | Formula 1

What did Red Bull do to it’s new rear wing design to steer clear of a flexi-wing protest? They’ve been under the microscope recently by the FIA and Mercedes, but at Azerbaijan Red Bull brought out an all-new curved rear wing to help beat Lewis Hamilton. At the same time, Ferrari and Mercedes both tried […]

Why the Stewards got the big calls right at Monza

The Autosport team evaluates the decisions made by the stewards for the two high-profile incidents at the Italian Grand Prix, explaining why they were right to issue no action for Lewis Hamilton’s and Sebastian Vettel’s collision on the opening lap, and why Max Verstappen deserved the penalty that upset him so much after his contact […]

F1 testing: What we're looking forward to seeing at Barcelona

F1 testing 2019 is finally here, and there are several big storylines we’ll be tracking as the cars hit the track this week at Barcelona. Edd Straw and Scott Mitchell join Glenn Freeman to highlight the key topics they will be watching out for during the first four days of pre-season running this week.