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French GP organisers aiming for ‘small’ crowd in first year

Organisers of the first French Grand Prix in a decade are aiming for a relatively small crowd in their first year, in order to ensure the event runs smoothly and traffic in and out of the Paul Ricard venue can be controlled.

Renault believe securing fifth place in standings is possible

Renault believe they have the capability to secure fifth place in the Constructors' Standings, despite currently sitting a lowly eighth above only McLaren and Sauber.

Sean Bratches confirms interest from 40 new venues in joining F1...

Sean Bratches, Formula 1's new commercial chief, has said that interest has been expressed from around 40 different locations that could become potential grand prix venues in the future.

Is McLaren making a mistake by ditching Honda?

McLaren Honda. Whenever you first saw it written again upon its recoupling in late 2014 it quickened the heartbeat of anyone who has cared about a racing car.

Carlos Sainz Jr. hopes to make up for 2016 result

Toro Rosso’s Carlos Sainz Jr. says he is hoping to make up for last year’s disappointing Singapore Grand Prix result when Formula 1 returns to Marina Bay this weekend.

Toto Wolff: Singapore to favour Ferrari, Red Bull

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has underlined that the characteristics of the Marina Bay Street Circuit, which hosts this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix, should favour rivals Ferrari and Red Bull.