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- Formula 1 is famous for its attention to detail, millimetric-precision and quest for improvements, so naturally it's a sport in which records are king - The 2020 Formula 1 calendar, like all other sporting events, has been badly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and it is increasingly likely that the season will be severely curtailed - Carlos Sainz Jr. says there is no problem with Netflix dramatising rivalries and battles in Formula 1 as the Drive to Survive series continues to boost the series' popularity - Formula 1's brave new turbo hybrid era finally delivered in brilliant fashion at the 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix - which was the subject of F1's rewind broadcast today
- Formula 1 teams are open to the idea of a 'super season' that runs into January 2021 and includes two-day grands prix, says Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto - Formula 1's switch to biofuels with its new generation of cars looks set to trigger a surprise development battleground thanks to a change it brings in engine cooling characteristics - With the break in Formula 1 and other motorsports, numerous categories are filling up the gap with their own Esports events
- The world championship could extend into January next year as Formula 1 seeks to salvage the 2020 season, says Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto. - The McLaren staff quarantined in Melbourne as a result of a coronavirus case at the abandoned Australian Grand Prix are all back in the UK. - The US-based Haas team name Brazilian Pietro Fittipaldi and Swiss Louis Deletraz as their official test and reserve drivers for this season. - From boxing to Formula 1, sports are reinventing the way they are played during coronavirus pandemic. - Canadian Grand Prix organisers are "optimistic" but "realistic" over staging the race in Montreal as scheduled on 14 June. - The McLaren staff quarantined in Melbourne as a result of a coronavirus case at the abandoned Australian Grand Prix are due to arrive home this week. - The Azerbaijan Grand Prix, due to take place on 7 June, is postponed as a result of the coronavirus crisis.