Italy extends deal, 2020 edition set to run.

Italian GP deal extended by an extra year to 2025

The mayor of Monza has revealed that his city’s circuit has extended its deal to host the Italian GP by a year to include the 2025 season.

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Mercedes firmly against qualifying races.

Reverse grid qualifying races for F1’s return face opposition

The concept of reverse grid qualifying races to decide the grid for the full-length grand prix is being seriously considered by Formula 1 for when racing resumes, but faces stiff opposition.

F1 season openers gets Austrian green light.

Austrian GP plans receive government approval

The Formula 1 season openers in Austria planned for July 5 and 12 have been given the green light by the country’s government, according to reports in the country.

Williams open to sale, drops title sponsor.

Williams could sell F1 team as board announces £13m loss in 2019 and split from title sponsor

Williams say they are considering selling a minority or majority stake in the iconic British Formula 1 team as they pursue a “new strategic direction” to ensure they are “well positioned to take advantage of Formula 1’s new era which will begin in 2021”.

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Ricciardo admits Ferrari talks over the years.

Ricciardo held Ferrari talks before joining McLaren

Daniel Ricciardo has confirmed he held talks with Ferrari over a future Formula 1 race seat before signing with McLaren for the 2021 season.

Dutch GP postponed to 2021.

Organisers confirm Dutch Grand Prix will not be held in 2020

Red Bull’s Max Verstappen will have to wait until 2021 to race in front of his home crowd, following the news that the Dutch Grand Prix, set to be held at the newly-reconfigured Zandvoort circuit, won’t be taking place in 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

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F1 takes another step towards closer racing.

FIA approve reduced 2021 F1 cost cap and new sliding scale rules for aero testing

The FIA has approved a new, reduced cost cap for F1 teams and a new sliding scale rule for aerodynamic testing after a vote of the World Motor Sport Council on Wednesday.