As the start of the delayed 2020 season moves ever closer, the Formula One gossip mill continues to gather pace as we bring the best of this week’s biggest news in F1.
Formula One have released all-new driver ratings as part of F1 2020 Official Game, with Lewis Hamilton coming out on top overall.
Formula One announced details of its return earlier today, provoking reactions from teams and drivers alike ahead of the season opener in Austria in July.
Reigning Formula One world champion, Lewis Hamilton has hit out at the sport for remaining ‘silent’ in the face of the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after a white police officer knelt on his neck last week in Minneapolis, USA.
As rumours continue to surround Sebastian Vettel’s future in Formula One, Mercedes could find themselves at a crossroads in terms of their future driver direction.
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.
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.
As Formula One continues its wait to properly commence the 2020 season, we caught up with this season’s only rookie and Williams driver – Nicholas Latifi in pre-season to reflect on his F1 plans and look back at his last two seasons in F2.
Welcome to our second weekly news roundup from the world of Formula One as teams remain in limbo ahead of the new season, with a fresh delay amongst our top stories.
With the new F1 season and decade of racing currently suspended due to Coronavirus outbreak, we are set to see a changing of the guard unfold with several new stars arriving on the scene.
Williams have announced Jack Aitken as their new reserve driver for the 2020 Formula One season.
Red Bull have announced that Max Verstappen has extended his contract with the team until the end of the 2023 Formula One season.
Williams have announced that Nicholas Latifi will replace Robert Kubica in 2020, partnering George Russell.
Alfa Romeo has announced that Antonio Giovinazzi will continue to race for the team in 2020, partnering Kimi Raikkonen once again.