Mattia Binotto resigns as Ferrari team principal after failed 2022 Formula 1 title bid

Mattia Binotto resigns as Ferrari team principal after failed 2022 Formula 1 title bid

Mattia Binotto had been at the helm of Ferrari since 2019; the Italian team made a promising start to the 2022 season but failed to claim a win in the final 11 races of the campaign; Italian will leave role on December 31 Last Updated: 29/11/22 8:55am Mattia Binotto Mattia Binotto has resigned as Ferrari … Read more

Sao Paulo GP: Red Bull admit Sprint strategy error for Max Verstappen, but Christian Horner has hopes for race

Christian Horner believes that Max Verstappen will have an advantage in Sunday’s race as he has two sets of soft tyres at his disposal; Watch the Sao Paulo Grand Prix live on Sky Sports with coverage from 4.30pm and lights out at 6pm on Sunday Last Updated: 12/11/22 11:04pm Please use Chrome browser for a … Read more

Sao Paulo GP: Sergio Perez edges Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen to top first practice

Sergio Perez fractionally faster than Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and his Red Bull team-mate Max Verstappen in Practice One; top three separated by just eight thousandths of a second; watch Friday Qualifying live tonight on Sky Sports F1 at 7pm, with build-up from 6pm Last Updated: 11/11/22 4:54pm Sergio Perez topped first practice at the Sao … Read more

United States GP: Max Verstappen denies Lewis Hamilton first 2022 win with late overtake as Red Bull clinch constructors’ title

Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player The battle for P1 continues as Max Verstappen battles through to take the lead from Lewis Hamilton at the United States Grand Prix The battle for P1 continues as Max Verstappen battles through to take the lead from Lewis Hamilton at the United States Grand … Read more

United States GP: Carlos Sainz takes pole as Ferrari outpace Red Bull in Austin

Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz will be starting in pole position at the United States Grand Prix. Ferrari driver Carlos Sainz will be starting in pole position at the United States Grand Prix. Carlos Sainz produced a brilliant lap to take pole position at the United … Read more

Dietrich Mateschitz: Influential Red Bull founder and owner dies aged 78

Red Bull founder and co-owner Dietrich Mateschitz has died aged 78 Red Bull founder and owner Dietrich Mateschitz has died at the age of 78. Mateschitz was an influential Austrian businessman who founded the energy drinks company and then brought it to Formula 1 with huge success, winning four straight double world titles from 2010 … Read more

Dietrich Matescchitz: Influential Red Bull founder and owner dies aged 78

Red Bull founder and co-owner Dietrich Mateschitz has died aged 78 Red Bull founder and owner Dietrich Mateschitz has died at the age of 78. Mateschitz was an influential Austrian businessman who founded the energy drinks company and then brought it to Formula 1 with huge success, winning four straight double world titles from 2010 … Read more

Logan Sargeant to drive for Williams in 2023 pending FIA super licence approval

Williams announced they want Logan Sargeant to drive for them next season; the 21-year-old American needs to gain further super licence points to be allowed to drive in Formula 1; Sargeant is set to replace Nicholas Latifi and drive alongside Alex Albon in 2023 Last Updated: 22/10/22 6:04pm Logan Sargeant is set to make his … Read more

Max Verstappen crowned 2022 F1 world champion amid Japanese GP confusion after winning wet race

Max Verstappen clinches second drivers’ title in confusing fashion in Japan; it was initially believed full points would not be awarded for shortened race, but they were and Charles Leclerc’s post-race penalty gave Verstappen championship with four races remaining By Matt Morlidge Last Updated: 09/10/22 10:09am Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video … Read more

Japanese GP: Max Verstappen crowned world champion after winning rain-shortened Suzuka race

Max Verstappen dominated a rain-shortened Japanese Grand Prix to seal his second world championship; post-race five-second penalty for Charles Leclerc, demoting the Ferrari to third, sealed title for Verstappen; Sergio Perez completes Red Bull one-two in second Last Updated: 09/10/22 9:35am Please use Chrome browser for a more accessible video player Watch the moment where … Read more