Wolff to meet Grenfell survivors
Mercedes Formula One boss Toto Wolff is to meet survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire after apologising on behalf of his team on Friday for any distress caused by a sponsorship deal with a company linked to the 2017 disaster.
Red flag signalled as Charles Leclerc crashes in FP2
Charles Leclerc walks away despite his Ferrari's significant damage during FP2 in Saudi Arabia.
Hamilton wants 'uncomfortable' talk on LGBT rights
Seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton said he wants to do everything in his power to be a force for positive change in Saudi Arabia ahead of the country's first race.
Inside the incredible world of Sam Schmidt, quadriplegic racer
It's a small wonder Sam Schmidt is still alive, let alone back driving and racing. Now, having helped develop a car he can control without arms or legs, he wants others to experience the same freedom.
Hamilton feeling 'great' ahead of F1 title showdown in Saudi Arabia
Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen speak ahead of the penultimate race of the season at the Saudi Arabian GP.
Grenfell survivors to Merc: Axe cladding sponsor
The survivors' group of the Grenfell Tower fire has written to Mercedes boss Toto Wolff to ask the reigning Formula One champions to end their sponsorship deal with building materials company Kingspan.
Vettel organised women-only kart race in Saudi
Sebastian Vettel organised a karting event for women in Saudi Arabia this week ahead of the country's first Formula One race.
Hamilton does not feel comfortable racing in Saudi Arabia
Lewis Hamilton says he does not feel comfortable racing at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix this weekend, saying Formula One is "duty bound" to raise awareness about human rights concerns in the country.
British politicians want F1 action over Saudi Arabia
A group of British politicians has written to Formula One CEO Stefano Domenicali encouraging the sport to take action over Saudi Arabia's human rights record.
Williams boss Capito tests positive for COVID-19
Williams Formula One principal Jost Capito has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not be in Saudi Arabia for the penultimate race of the season.