Formula One have released all-new driver ratings as part of F1 2020 Official Game, with Lewis Hamilton coming out on top overall.
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.
Rumours have emerged that Formula One could trial sprint races at double headed circuits this season, so we take a look at why F1 should introduce sprint races into the race weekend format.
An eventful week in Formula One has seen the sport encounter tragedy, fresh race doubts plus details on the new F1 game amongst other 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.
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.
Toro Rosso have announced that Daniil Kvyat and Pierre Gasly will race for the team in 2020.
Red Bull have announced that they’re retaining Alex Albon for 2020 alongside Max Verstappen, following a successful mid-season move from Toro Rosso in August.
Nicholas Latifi is a rising star and part of the Renault Sports Academy.
In this detailed interview, we discuss life in F2, his favourite racing conditions and his hopes for the future.