Max Verstappen is poised to win the F1 championship, and most other top single-seater series have been decided too. So where are the title fights worth watching?
Formula 2 CEO Bruno Michel says the increased travel resulting from the series’ first trip to Australia next year “isn’t going to impact the budgets of the teams”.
In the round-up: Toto Wolff doesn’t want to make predictions, but his software has, on Mercedes’ Singapore GP chances
Yuki Tsunoda will remain at AlphaTauri for a third season in Formula 1 next year, the team has confirmed.
In the round-up: Vettel: “This is the hardest year to catch up” due to cost cap • Mini leads day one of Jerez F3 test • Alonso’s management team signs Marti
Christian Horner says he regrets Red Bull failing to take up an option on Oscar Piastri during the future McLaren driver’s junior career
In the round-up: Zhou couldn’t show the “huge step” he’s made since season began • Martins aims for Art F2 drive • Alonso ‘will be challenging’ – Aston Martin
Junior drivers from four Formula 1 teams are among those who will take part in Formula 3’s post-season test at Jerez which starts tomorrow.
The Monaco Grand Prix will remain part of the Formula 1 world championship for the next three years after the series agreed a new deal with the race-organising Automobile Club of Monaco.
McLaren technical director James Key is surprised by the performance of this year’s F1 cars after sweeping changes to the technical rules.
F1’s head of media reveals the inspiration for Drive to Survive and why some teams had to be persuaded to open up their garages for the cameras.
Red Bull’s technical director Pierre Wache has shared details on how their car development has led to a growing gap between their drivers.
Nyck de Vries hopes to land a full-time drive in Formula 1 next year after his widely-praised debut last weekend, but says “it’s not only merit” that will determine whether he gets the chance.
In the round-up: Vettel told to apologise over Italian GP fly-by comments • Kyle Busch teases Indy 500 hopes • Babickova to miss F3 test after back injury
While Charles Leclerc failed win from pole position at the Italian Grand Prix, Ferrari drew encouragement from his margin over Mercedes.
Andreas Seidl believes Lando Norris could have finished fifth in the Italian Grand Prix had it not been for a slow pit stop.
Mercedes say cutting their straight-line speed deficit to Red Bull will be one of their goals with next year’s car design.
The fourth season of the FIA F3 Championship ends at Monza this weekend, and is set to be one of the most wide-open title deciders ever
Alpine extended their points lead over McLaren last weekend and Fernando Alonso expects their low-drag car will help them do the same at Monza.
In the round-up: Ricciardo expects “happy-sad feelings” at Monza • Juncos to add second IndyCar • Eighth F3 driver for Charouz