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- Nearly all Formula 1 teams are reportedly in favour of returning to active suspension to help up the confusion surrounding the legality of current systems. ...Read more
- The majority of Formula 1 teams agree the return of active ride would be the simplest way to clarify confusion surrounding the legality of suspension systems, Autosport has learned ...Read more
- Auto Racing's regulator had to decide whether to approve the sale of Formula One and made a $79.5 million profit as a result of the deal going through but insists that it wasn't a conflict of interest. ...Read more
- The European parliament has thrown its support behind calls for an investigation into anti-competition practices in Formula 1 ...Read more
- Formula 1 drivers' conservative approach to last year's inaugural grand prix in Baku made for an unexciting race, says the event's promoter, who believes 2017 will be different ...Read more
- Although the weight of the cars is rising yet again, the 2017 grid will still be considerably faster. Speed Week, a German language publication, said the minimum weight trend in F1 has been creeping steadily up since the 70s when the cars weighed just over 500kg. More recently it was just over 700kg, but for ...Read more