F1 to hold auction for Australian bushfire relief
Formula One, whose 2020 season starts in Melbourne on March 15, has announced an auction to help areas most affected by the Australian bushfires.
Alonso a free agent for Indy after McLaren contract ends
Fernando Alonso will be free to drive for whomever he chooses at this year's Indianapolis 500 after ending his relationship with McLaren.
Ocon on his new start at Renault, his relationship with Verstappen and how close he came to a Mercedes drive
New Renault driver Esteban Ocon talks to ESPN about his year on the sidelines, how close he came to taking Valtteri Bottas' drive at Mercedes this year and how he thinks he stacks up against the likes of Verstappen and Leclerc.
Latifi chooses to race under No.6 in F1
New Williams driver Nicholas Latifi has chosen to races under No.6 in Formula One, citing Toronto's area code and musician Drake as the reasons.
Bratches to step down as F1's commercial boss
Sean Bratches will stand down as Formula One's commercial boss at the end of January after three years in the role.
Leclerc's brother Arthur joins Ferrari academy
Charles Leclerc's younger brother Arthur has joined Ferrari's Driver Academy, the Italian Formula One team's junior programme.
Mercedes to debut 2020 car on Valentine's Day
Formula One world champions Mercedes have scheduled a Valentine's Day debut for their 2020 car.
W Series links up with F1 in Mexico, U.S.
The all-female W Series will be part of the Formula One support programme in its second season with new races at the U.S. and Mexican Grands Prix in October, organisers announced on Thursday.
Williams signs Nissany as test driver
The Williams Formula One team has named Roy Nissany as its test driver for the upcoming season.
F1 news roundup: Race in Saudi Arabia looking likely
In the latest roundup of off-season news, reports link Saudi Arabia to a £50-million deal with F1 and future engine regulations are up for discussion.