Alonso to quit F1: Social media reaction
A round-up of the best reaction on social media to Alonso's shock announcement.
Fernando Alonso announces F1 retirement
Spanish two-time world champion Fernando Alonso announced his retirement from Formula One at the end of the 2018 season.
Sauber: We are on a good path
Sauber team boss Frederic Vasseur has hailed his team's progress throughout the 2018 Formula One season.
Alonso to retire from F1 at the end of the season
McLaren has announced Fernando Alonso will retire from Formula One at the end of the 2018 season.
Pirelli prepared for potential tyre war
Mario Isola says Pirelli would be ready to compete with another tyre manufacturer in Formula One but has warned against the cost a tyre war would generate.
Legendary designer Barnard on McLaren's recent struggles, Williams' uncertain future
ESPN interrupted legendary designer John Barnard's summer sojourn to France for an exclusive interview on the trials and tribulations currently affecting two of Formula One's most iconic names.
Grosjean 'back on a good path' after tough start
Romain Grosjean feels he has turned a corner in the races leading up to the summer break after a tough start to the 2018 Formula One season.
Renault surprised by Ferrari engine gains
Renault chassis technical director Nick Chester admits his team is surprised by the impressive gains Ferrari has made to its engine through the first part of the 2018 Formula One season.
Michael Schumacher's son Mick still eyeing F1 future
The son of seven-time Formula One Champion Michael Schumacher -- Mick Schumacher -- still has his sights on F1 after registering his first win of the 2018 Formula 3 season at Spa-Francorchamps.
Carey vows to fight hard to save German GP
Formula One CEO Chase Carey says he is prepared to fight for the future of the German Grand Prix after the success of this year's race at Hockenheim.
Brawn: New teams after 2021 will be a measure of F1's success
Formula One's motorsport director Ross Brawn hopes changes to the regulations for 2021 will encourage new teams to enter the sport.
Brawn: F1 could go all-electric in ten years
Formula One's motorsport director Ross Brawn says the sport could go all electric within the next ten years if it provides a better spectacle for the fans.
Horner suspects Ricciardo's decision was linked to Max
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner believes Daniel Ricciardo's decision to switch to Renault next year was partly influenced by the growing strength of current teammate Max Verstappen.
Red Bull rules out signing Alonso because he causes 'chaos'
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has ruled out signing Fernando Alonso as Daniel Ricciardo's replacement on the grounds that the two-time world champion has brought "chaos" wherever he has driven.
Grosjean believes he can have long-term future in F1
Romain Grosjean is confident he still has the potential to stay in F1 for several years and is hopeful he will one day get an opportunity to win races before he retires.
Allison names Merc's strengths and weaknesses versus Ferrari
Mercedes technical director James Allison believes there are clear areas where Ferrari has the edge over his team and vice-a-versa this season.
Stroll-backed consortium rescues Force India
The Force India Formula One team has been rescued from administration by a consortium of investors led by Lawrence Stroll, the father of Williams driver Lance Stroll.
Mercedes launches F1 Esports team
Mercedes has become the latest Formula One team to launch its own Esports team ahead of this year's official F1 Esports Series.
Lewis: Bringing our 'A game' key to beating Ferrari
Lewis Hamilton believes Mercedes has performed better as a team compared to Ferrari in the first half of the 2018 Formula One season.
Chadwick becomes first woman to win British F3 race
Jamie Chadwick became the first woman to win a British Formula 3 race on Sunday as she claimed victory at Brands Hatch.
Fifty years on: Jackie Stewart's legendary Nürburgring triumph
Maurice Hamilton looks back at arguably Sir Jackie Stewart's greatest triumph in Formula One: the 1968 German Grand Prix.
Norris: Staying at McLaren the 'perfect solution'
McLaren junior Lando Norris admits his future is still uncertain and will likely remain so until Fernando Alonso reveals his plans for 2019.
Ricciardo: Renault switch one of the toughest decisions I've ever made
Daniel Ricciardo says his switch from Red Bull to Renault for the 2019 Formula One season is one of the toughest decisions he has made in his entire life.
Brown: McLaren was 'pretty close' to signing Ricciardo
McLaren CEO Zak Brown believes his team was ''pretty close'' to signing Renault-bound Daniel Ricciardo for the 2019 Formula One season.
Wolff: Lauda recovery is 'not a race'
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has wished Niki Lauda a safe and speedy recovery following his lung surgery on Thursday.