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WOKING, England (Reuters) - Having three U.S. Formula One races a year might be too many but alternating Austin with Indianapolis could be a good way forward, according to McLaren boss Zak Brown.
WOKING, England (Reuters) - McLaren's cars, drivers and team will sport a retro look for the return of Formula One's Monaco Grand Prix this week with a special one-off livery in the colours of sponsor Gulf Oil International.
(Reuters) - Romain Grosjean's Mercedes test remains on next month but he will not be able to do demonstration laps at his home French Grand Prix after changes to the Formula One race calendar on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Turkish Grand Prix in June has been called off due to COVID-19, with the French Grand Prix brought forward a week and Austria now hosting two races in a row, Formula One said on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One's governing body has warned teams it will introduce new rear wing flexibility tests next month amid suspicions of rule bending.
(Reuters) - Red Bull need Sergio Perez much closer to the front to put pressure on Mercedes and help Max Verstappen in his title battle with Lewis Hamilton, team boss Christian Horner said after Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix.
(Reuters) - Seven times Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton hopes to agree a new contract with Mercedes before the sport's August break.
(Reuters) - Ferrari, Formula One's oldest and most glamorous team, have a new spring in their step after slumping to a 40-year low last year.
(Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton may have opened up a new front in his battle with Max Verstappen after saying he learned more about his Formula One title rival, and the Dutchman's car, in Sunday's Spanish Grand Prix than in all the other races put together.
(Reuters) - Formula One broke new ground on Sunday when a radio message from Mercedes boss Toto Wolff to race control during the Spanish Grand Prix was broadcast to television audiences.