Verstappen beats Mercedes to victory at Silverstone
Max Verstappen took Red Bull's first race victory of the 2020 season after beating both Mercedes drivers in a straight fight at F1's 70th Anniversary Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Bottas says Mercedes was 'sleeping' when Verstappen got ahead
Valtteri Bottas said Mercedes left the door wide open for Max Verstappen to win the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix.
Rivals suspect RP ruling is just tip of the iceberg
McLaren and Ferrari are among rival teams that suspect Racing Point's breach of Formula One's regulations goes deeper the verdict issued on its brake ducts.
Racing Point fined, docked 15 points
Racing Point has had 15 championship points deducted and been fined 400,000 Euros after the FIA upheld Renault's protest over its controversial car.
Bottas spoke to other teams before signing extension
Valtteri Bottas said he talked with other F1 teams before signing with Mercedes for 2021 but ultimately decided a one-year extension with the world champions was the best deal on offer.
Why Magnussen did not take the knee
Kevin Magnussen opted against kneeling ahead of the British Grand Prix in order to distance himself from any political sentiments of groups such as Black Lives Matter.
Leclerc angered by accusation he is racist
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc said is fed up with people suggesting he is a racist because he has not taken a knee ahead of Formula One races this year.
Hamilton could surpass Schumacher record at Ferrari's 1000th race
Lewis Hamilton could match Michael Schumacher's record of 91 Formula One victories at the Italian Grand Prix and surpass it at Ferrari's 1000th race, set to be held at a circuit owned by the Italian team.
Hulkenberg returns as Perez tests positive again
Nico Hulkenberg will replace Sergio Perez at Racing Point for the second race in a row after the Mexican driver tested positive for COVID-19 again.
What will softer tyre compounds mean for the second race at Silverstone?
F1 will return to the scene of its three tyre failures with softer compounds next weekend, so now Pirelli understands the issues, what might that mean for racing?
Pirelli says tyre failures related to wear levels, extreme forces
Formula One's tyre manufacturer, Pirelli, has concluded that the failures it experienced at the British Grand Prix were related to a combination of high wear levels and extreme forces.