Mercedes F1 team fear disorderly Brexit could help Ferrari

BARCELONA (Reuters) - Brexit is a major concern for Formula One world champions Mercedes who fear the 'mother of all messes' could cause massive damage to Britain's motorsport industry while also helping rivals Ferrari, team boss Toto Wolff said on Monday.

Motor racing - Williams suffer further delay to F1 testing

BARCELONA (Reuters) - Williams are set to miss at least the first two days of Formula One's opening pre-season test after failing to get their new car ready in time.

Vettel gets Ferrari off to strong start in F1 testing

BARCELONA (Reuters) - Ferrari made a strong start to the first day of Formula One testing on Monday with four-times world champion Sebastian Vettel top of the timesheets at lunchtime with 72 laps completed.

Albon could spring a surprise in F1, says Toro Rosso boss

BARCELONA (Reuters) - Alexander Albon could be a surprise of the Formula One season, the Thai's Toro Rosso team boss Franz Tost said as testing started on Monday.

Williams to miss first day of F1 testing

LONDON (Reuters) - Williams will miss the first day of Formula One's pre-season testing in Spain on Monday because they have yet to finish their car, the former champions said on Sunday.

Di Grassi seizes Mexico Formula E win at the line

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Brazilian Lucas Di Grassi seized a last-gasp victory in a wild finish to the Mexico City ePrix on Saturday, with Belgian Jerome d'Ambrosio returning to the top of the all-electric Formula E standings.

Ferrari unveil new Formula One car for new era

(Reuters) - Ferrari turned a page on their recent past on Friday as they unveiled the Formula One car designed to end an era of Mercedes domination and shatter Lewis Hamilton's dreams of a sixth championship this season.

Sainz ready to step up as leader in Alonso's shoes

WOKING, England (Reuters) - Carlos Sainz intends to be McLaren's leader on the track this season and said he felt no pressure to be stepping into fellow Spaniard Fernando Alonso's shoes at the Formula One team.

McLaren could turn to Alonso if they need a reserve

WOKING, England (Reuters) - McLaren indicated on Thursday that retired double Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso could stand in as a reserve driver for the team if needed this season.

New chapter in 2019? More like a new book, say Racing Point

TORONTO (Reuters) - Racing Point have put the cash-starved Force India days behind them and now have the resources to show Formula One what they can really do, the Canadian-owned team said on Wednesday.