After a hectic news roundup last week, this past week has been about the rumour mill from fresh doubts over British Grand Prix to Sebastian Vettel’s future.
Formula One drivers and teams of past and present have paid tribute to three-time world champion, Niki Lauda as the sport marks the first anniversary of his death.
Welcome to Sport Grill’s ninth weekly roundup of latest F1 news as the sport remains in lockdown, although driver moves dominated headlines this week in a busy week of news.
Ferrari have announced that Carlos Sainz will replace Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari for the 2021 Formula One Season.
McLaren have confirmed that Daniel Ricciardo will race for the team alongside Lando Norris from 2021 Formula One season.
As questions continue to surround Sebastian Vettel’s future at Ferrari, we take a look at five potential candidates who could replace Vettel next season.
A return for Formula One racing could be in sight despite another race cancellation, whilst one circuit will offer free tickets for NHS staff next season as we bring a seventh weekly roundup of F1 news.
Welcome back to our weekly roundup of the most important news in Formula One, as the sport remains on lockdown due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
Pierre Gasly will replace the departing Daniel Ricciardo at Red Bull Racing from 2019.
Mexican Grand Prix preview
Latest in the ‘Five things F1 learned’ series covering the US Grand Prix weekend.