Red Bull’s Formula 1 team spent £230 million during 2021, when it took Max Verstappen to the drivers’ championship but also exceeded the budget cap.
Ferrari moved up the championship for the second year in a row in 2022, so why has team principal Mattia Binotto stepped down?
Lewis Hamilton said he would be “more aggressive” with Max Verstappen in 2022. Do their latest tangle and past incidents show he is?
Formula 1 has waded straight into a row the first time its new budget cap has been put to the test. It can’t afford to have this every championship.
The FIA have confirmed that Red Bull exceeded the budget cap during the 2021 season, but said it has only committed a “minor” breach.
The FIA will not confirm whether all 10 Formula 1 teams adhered to its 2021 budget cap until next week.
The controversial conclusion to last year’s Formula 1 world championship did not damage its reputation or popularity, says the series’ CEO Stefano Domenicali.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has admitted a mistake was made in the controversial restart of last year’s season finale, at which Max Verstappen won the world championship.
Formula 1 made a profit of £68 million during 2021 as its revenues recovered as pandemic restrictions were eased around the world.
Worldwide TV audiences for Formula 1 topped 1.5 billion in total over the course of the 2021 season, Formula One say.
The FIA needs to address Lewis Hamilton’s concerns over Abu Dhabi without undermining Max Verstappen’s status as its new Formula 1 world champion.
Max Verstappen pushed himself to brand new limits in 2021 and delivered a season-long performance deserving of a world championship crown.
A controversial end denied Lewis Hamilton an eighth world championship in cruel circumstances, but a few too many errors earlier in the season also cost him.
Lando Norris asserted himself as McLaren’s top points-scorer alongside a new, highly-rated, race-winning team mate in 2021 despite a tough end to the year.
Charles Leclerc regularly demonstrated the best Ferrari’s SF21 was capable of, but didn’t always get the results he deserved.
Carlos Sainz Jnr wasn’t quite on the pace of team mate Charles Leclerc but took four podium finishes to his team mate’s one.
On his return to F1, Fernando Alonso left little room for doubt that he is every bit as quick and tenacious as he was when he won his last world championship 15 years ago.
Pierre Gasly’s performances during 2021 gave many reasons why the AlphaTauri driver deserves another chance to join a front-running team.
George Russell won a promotion to Mercedes thanks in part to some astonishing performances for Williams during 2021.
Esteban Ocon built his strong end to 2020 and took a shock win in Hungary, but his team mate narrowly beat him in the points.