In the round-up: Canadian billionaire explores viability of new team • FREC calendar announced • Fisichella makes single-seater return
Chip Ganassi Racing have announced they will hire Marcus Armstrong to race for them in 12 of next year’s 17 IndyCar races.
Zhou Guanyu was out-scored by team mate Valtteri Bottas but his form over the season showed why Alfa Romeo kept him on for another year.
Formula 1 has several possible options to replace its cancelled Chinese Grand Prix, but it may not choose any of them.
Kevin Magnussen showed he’d matured on his return to Formula 1 after a year away, says Haas team principal Guenther Steiner.
Formula 1 will not race in China next season after it the series confirmed its scheduled round in Shanghai has been cancelled.
Audi has begun construction of an extension to its engine facility where the manufacturer will build the Formula 1 power units it will race in 2026.
George Russell beat Lewis Hamilton by 25 points in their first season as team mates, but is that a fair reflection of how well the pair drove?
In the round-up: Andretti team bid making “pretty good progress” • Magnussen “looking forward” to Hulkenberg at Haas • DS Penske unveil Gen3 FE car
Nicholas Latifi had a change of team mate for 2022 but remained firmly under the cosh at Williams, and was shown the door at the end of the year.
IndyCar champion Alex Palou has been named as a reserve driver for the McLaren Formula 1 team for the 2023 world championship.
Having been out-scored by his team mate last year, Charles Leclerc led the way in 2022, but Carlos Sainz Jnr raised his game as the season went on.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has written a book giving his personal perspective on the Formula 1 team’s 2022 season.
Development of F2’s next car, coming in 2024, is being done with the FIA to meet targets set out by president Mohammed ben Sulayem.
Mercedes have studied how Ferrari and Red Bull’s dominance of F1 ended in the past to ensure they come back stronger after their poor 2022 campaign.
In the round-up: Ricciardo: “Nice to still be valued by top teams” • F2 racer Cordeel given driving ban • Formula E teams reveal liveries
Logan Sargeant will race as car number two next year, having been unable to take over Daniel Ricciardo’s number three as he wanted to.
McLaren are running Oscar Piastri in their 2021 Formula 1 car at the Circuit de Catalunya this week as they prepare him for his world championship debut.
Fernando Alonso has “a big role to play” in Aston Martin’s future says team principal Mike Krack after the world champion’s first test for them.
Mattia Binotto admitted the criticism Ferrari faced for their errors during 2022 was “difficult” to deal with.