Haas happy with engine options

Gene Haas believes the decision to limit teams to just three engines will not have an adverse effect in 2018.
The American's self-title outfit are set to enter their third season in the sport and have again chosen to go with the Ferrari power unit. Haas feels the familiarity will pay off in read more...

New Red Bull run out for Ricciardo

Daniel Ricciardo was behind the wheel as Red Bull launched their new 2018 Formula 1 car at a soggy Silverstone filming day on Monday.
The Milton Keynes-based outfit became the first of the grid's usual front-runners to break cover with their new car for the forthcoming season. The new RB14 s read more...

Alonso eyes podium spots

McLaren star Fernando Alonso believes his team can challenge for podiums in 2018 after linking up with Renault.
Alonso is yet to claim a podium spot since returning to McLaren ahead of the 2015 season, with the team's last top three finish coming in 2014 - when Kevin Magnussen and Jenson But read more...

Marko plays down Red Bull hopes

Red Bull chief Dr Helmut Marko has dismissed the possibility of the team challenging for the Formula 1 world titles in 2018.
The Milton Keynes-based outfit are in buoyant mood looking forward to the campaign having brought forward the development of their RB14. Marko recently claimed that wi read more...

Stroll full of optimism

Williams driver Lance Stroll says he is full of optimism for the 2018 campaign after enjoying a strong debut season.
The Canadian was the only driver outside of Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull to achieve a podium finish in 2017, claiming third place at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Stroll also b read more...

Rosberg talks up Hamilton

Nico Rosberg believes former Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton will just about manage to beat Sebastian Vettel to the title in 2018.
The German retired at the end of the 2016 campaign after beating Hamilton, who was his team mate at that time, to the Drivers’ Championship. Hamilton went on read more...

Wolff won’t underestimate resurgent duo

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says they will be treating the threat posed by Renault and McLaren just as seriously as Ferrari this year.
The Silver Arrows will yet again have a target on their backs in the 2018 F1 season having picked up the Drivers' and Constructors' Championships for the fourth read more...

Kubica ‘excited’ for new Williams role

Robert Kubica has revealed his schedule as a Williams test driver for 2018 and admits he's

at his return to Formula 1.
The Pole has not raced in F1 since 2010 but has been employed by Williams as one of their test drivers for the upcoming campaign after recov read more...

Williams defend Sirotkin appointment

Williams have insisted Sergey Sirotkin was chosen as Lance Stroll's partner for the 2018 season

simply on the merit of his driving
Sirotkin beat off competition from Paul Di Resta and Robert Kubica for the seat vacated by Felipe Massa's retirement. It has been claim read more...

Verstappen is no fan of the Halo

Max Verstappen has admitted he's not a fan of the new 'Halo' cockpit protection device that is being introduced into F1 this year.
The halo is a mandatory requirement for all cars on the grid in 2018 but its introduction has been met with criticism from fans, some drivers and pundits. Red Bu read more...