F1 'a very difficult environment' without a cost cap
McLaren boss Zak Brown says Formula One's plans to implement a cap on spending in future gives him optimism about a return to form for his beleaguered team.
Bottas confident 2018 performances good enough for new contract
Valtteri Bottas is confident he is doing enough to retain his drive at Mercedes next year, even though he is 59 points off teammate Lewis Hamilton in the drivers' standings.
As well as good friend Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, looking on from the Royal Box, Serena Williams has another surprise guest in her players' box: Tiger Woods. Woods, who plays The Open in Carnoustie, Scotland, next week, had tweeted earlier in the day: "Here in London before The Open. Any nice greens to practice on?" It's doubtful he'd be allowed a shot on the fine lawns of Wimbledon, though. Also spotted: F1's Lewis Hamilton, Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour and actress Olivia Munn.
Dirt biker Shayna Texter finds flat track success
Shayna Texter is in charge of her own team, and the 27-year-old is challenging for a championship in the American Flat Track Series.
Villeneuve believes Williams F1 team is 'dead'
Jacques Villeneuve, the last driver to win a championship with Williams, believes his former team is "dead" after its recent struggles.
Haas: Points lost through driver errors not acceptable
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner is concerned by the amount of points his team has thrown away this season, warning his drivers that losing points through mistakes is not acceptable.
Mercedes set for big technical restructure in 2019
Mercedes has announced a restructuring of its technical team ahead of 2019, which will see Aldo Costa step back from his role as Mercedes' engineering director.
Kubica had a deal to race for Ferrari in 2012
Robert Kubica has revealed he had a deal signed to drive for Ferrari in 2012 before he suffered life-changing injuries in a rally accident in 2011.
Ricciardo admits Ferrari and Mercedes no longer options for 2019
Daniel Ricciardo says he is closing in on renewing his Red Bull contract now that it has become clear Mercedes and Ferrari will not offer him a contract.
COTA confident of new U.S. GP deal despite Miami arrival
Circuit of the Americas owner Bobby Epstein expects to continue hosting the U.S. Grand Prix beyond its current deal despite the imminent arrival of a Miami street race.
Has Mercedes cracked under the pressure of Ferrari?
After F1's historic triple header and entertaining, championship-altering contests in Austria and Great Britain, our experts weight in on the biggest talking points after 10 races of the 2018 season.
Horner: Ferrari engine has overtaken Mercedes
Red Bull boss Christian Horner reckons Ferrari's engine has replaced Mercedes as the benchmark engine in Formula One.
Radio Ga Ga: 'You are a lion!'
A round-up of the best radio soundbites from the British Grand Prix, where Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel ended Lewis Hamilton's run of home victories.
Brawn: F1 cannot leave Silverstone behind
The huge turnout at the British Grand Prix showed why Formula One cannot turn its back on Silverstone, according to the series' sporting chief Ross Brawn.
Haas junior Ferrucci was blocked from running Trump slogan on F2 car
Haas junior Santino Ferrucci was blocked from running a "Make America Great Again" slogan on the side of his Formula Two car at the weekend.
Rosberg: Kimi-Lewis crash was '100 percent' not on purpose
2016 Formula One world champion Nico Rosberg has dismissed the idea that Kimi Raikkonen deliberately hit Lewis Hamilton on the opening lap of the British Grand Prix.
A Haas F1 team spokesperson tells me the team is "waiting to gather all the pertinent information" on development driver Santino Ferrucci's ban from the next four Formula Two races. The American youngster deliberately drove into a teammate -- fellow Haas junior Arjen Maini -- at the end of the F2 race which preceded the British Grand Prix on Sunday. He and his father were accused of "unsporstmanlike" and "uncivilised" conduct by his own F2 team, Trident. Haas team boss Guenther Steiner has only just arrived back at the team's U.S. headquarters, which has slowed the team's response.
Mercedes looking for blame in the wrong places
Mercedes needs to look at the start rather than Turn 3 to see why it squandered another victory on Sunday.
Bottas: Nothing I could do to stop Vettel pass
Valtteri Bottas says Sebastian Vettel's overtake on him for the lead of the British Grand Prix was just a matter of time due to how quickly his tyres were going off.
Haas not at 'tipping point' with Grosjean yet
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner admits he's getting frustrated with Romain Grosjean's tendency to get involved in incidents.
Hamilton accepts Raikkonen's apology
Lewis Hamilton has accepted Kimi Raikkonen's apology for their first-lap collision at the British Grand Prix and retracted his suggestion that Raikkonen drove into him on purpose.
Three things we learnt from the British Grand Prix
ESPN's Jennie Gow brings you three things we learned from the 2018 British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Has the Ferrari, Mercedes rivalry turned bitter after Silverstone?
ESPN's Nate Sauders and Laurence Edmondson discuss Mercedes' comments about Ferrari targeting their drivers at the British Grand Prix.
Maurice Hamilton looks at the remarkable tale behind Steve McQueen's 'Le Mans' film, as revealed in a recently-released documentary.
After training for a year, Brehanna Daniels got her shot changing tires in the Trucks and Xfinity races, becoming the first African-American woman to work the pits in a NASCAR Series event.