Pictures from the build-up to the 2020 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix including Mick Schumacher settling in at Haas and the Renault R25 Fernando Alonso will demonstrate this weekend.
Valtteri Bottas says he hasn’t “looked at a single headline or a single news article or social media” since his disappointing Sakhir GP performance.
George Russell says he will drive for Williams next year despite speculation his impressive debut for Mercedes last week could lead him to join the team next year.
Carlos Sainz Jnr and Sebastian Vettel described an FIA decision to bar them from a test which Fernando Alonso will participate in as illogical and unfair.
Sergio Perez doesn’t expect his breakthrough victory in the Sakhir Grand Prix will guarantee Red Bull pick him to drive for them next year.
Kevin Magnussen says Romain Grosjean is one of the fastest drivers he’s ever gone up against, but Kimi Raikkonen remembered him being “a bit all over the place” in races when they were team mates.
Jack Aitken will have a second chance to drive for Williams in this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix if Lewis Hamilton is unable to return for Mercedes.
Cooler temperatures than usual and low track evolution are expected at an unusually late Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
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It’s race week for the final time in the 2020 F1 season. Don’t miss any of the live action: Here are the times for all of this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix sessions.
Lewis Hamilton must get back into the cockpit of his Mercedes no later than 5pm on Saturday to race in Sunday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix – but he must first test negative for Covid-19.
Romain Grosjean wants to race in Formula 1 again next week following his shocking crash in Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix, his team principal Guenther Steiner has confirmed.
Ferrari are on course for their worst championship finishing position for 40 years. But their surprise result in Turkey brought them within range of Renault, McLaren and Racing Point.
The 2020 Formula 1 season will feature at least 17 races after the championship confirmed details of four further rounds on this year’s calender.
The 2020 F1 calendar has been officially ratified by the sport’s governing body, the FIA, and features a record-breaking 22 races.
The 2020 F1 calendar has been announced, containing a record 22 races including new rounds in Vietnam and the Netherlands, but no German Grand Prix.