Formula One has announced that this season’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix has been postponed.
As Formula One prepares to kick off the 2020 season, Series Two of Netflix’s Drive To Survive is now available, featuring all ten teams for the first time as the series went behind the scenes throughout last season.
This month’s Bahrain Grand Prix will be held as a ‘participants-only event’ due to the on-going Coronavirus outbreak.
Renault have announced their junior driver lineup for the upcoming season as four drivers including Guanyu Zhou are retained, as two new arrivals join Renault Sport Academy.
Formula Two have announced that Hitech Grand Prix will join the grid from the new 2020 season, meaning that eleven teams will be racing in F2 this season.
With just over two months until FIA Formula Two gets its 2020 season underway, we have caught up with one of DAMS’ new signings as Sean Gelael makes the switch from Prema Racing.
2019 was a rollercoaster season of emotions in Formula Two but from amongst the highs and lows, we have picked out our top three drivers from this season.
Charles Leclerc has signed a new five season contract to stay at Ferrari until the end of the 2024 Formula One season.
Reigning F3 Champion, Robert Shwartzman headlines a cohort of Ferrari Junior Drivers who will be racing in Formula Two in 2020.
FIA Formula Two has today released their race calendar for 2020 as Zandvoort joins the list of races supporting Formula One weekends.
This weekend saw Formula One return from its summer break as teams gathered for the 2019 Belgian Grand Prix, unaware that this would turn out to be one of the sport’s darkest weekends in recent times.
This weekend sees the new FIA Formula Two season get underway in Bahrain with plenty of changes throughout the grid.
After another amazing Formula Two season in which we saw a title fight go the distance, comeback drives and ten different race winners, its time to reflect on a selection of drivers who have been outstanding in 2018.
Williams have announced Robert Kubica as their second driver for 2019, as the Pole makes his long awaited return after an eight year absence.
Williams Racing have announced George Russell as their first driver signing for the 2019 Formula One season.