Friday in Melbourne was slightly chaotic. Journalists said the race was cancelled, rumors spread that the teams were in deadlock, and one mechanic tried to tweet out updates. Meanwhile, the FIA was
Force India failed to score points in last fortnight's Australian Grand Prix, but the team's Chief Operating Officer, Otmar Szafnauer, is confident that this underperformance was not representative of the team's "true
Haas F1 has faced criticism in the past weeks from McLaren and Force India after both teams claimed that Haas' 2018 car, the VF-18, could be an illegal culmination of technical ideas
Following Sebastian Vettel's stunning victory in Formula 1's season-opening Australian Grand Prix, second placed Mercedes driver, Lewis Hamilton, believes Ferrari's pace was "within a tenth" of his own.
The first team bosses press conference of the 2018 Formula 1 season got intense this afternoon, with a palpable tension between participants, Toto Wolff of Mercedes, Maurizio Arrivabene of Ferrari, and Christian
Defending Formula 1 World Champion, Lewis Hamilton, believes Red Bull Racing will have a "fighting chance" for the 2018 Formula 1 World Championship.
Ahead of this weekend's Australian Grand Prix, Head of Mercedes-AMG Motorsport, Toto Wolff, has revealed his belief that the 2018 Formula 1 season will see an "exciting three-way fight between us, Ferrari
It's fair to say Ferrari's stunning victory in Australia stunned fans around the world; moreover, it likely did a lot more than stun the engineers down at Mercedes.
After a poor showing of pace during Formula 1's season-opening 2017 Australian Grand Prix, a crash during qualifying for Daniel Ricciardo summed up the palpably negative atmosphere at Red Bull Racing.