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McLaren: Stoffel Vandoorne may face Singapore GP engine penalty

McLaren is still evaluating whether Stoffel Vandoorne will need to take on new power unit components at this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix, which would result in a grid penalty, following his retirement in Italy.

‘Fundamental’ Halo information still needed by F1 teams to finalise 2018...

According to Force India's Andy Green, teams are still waiting to receive "quite fundamental" test information on the Halo device which is delaying the final 2018 chassis designs for next season.

Issue 232 of Motorsport Monday is out now – Colin McRae

Issue 232 of our free weekly magazine, Motorsport Monday, is online now and packed full of great content – click here or the link below to start reading.

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.

Video: Drivers take part in pre-Italian GP parade through Milan

Thousands of fans lined the streets of Milan as Formula 1 drivers took part in a pre-Italian Grand Prix street parade.

F1 Grands Prix are Promoted by Enthusiasts and Governments – Sean...

After last weekend’s Italian Grand Prix at Monza, FOM’s Managing Director of Commercial Operations, Sean Bratches, was very enthusiastic after the event.

McLaren would consider building its own engine for 2021 regulations

McLaren has said that it is considering building its own engine for 2021 when the new Formula 1 power unit regulations are released, although this will only happen if costs are reduced.

Christian Horner fears Renault and Honda won’t catch up to rivals...

Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says he fears Renault and Honda won't be able to catch up to rivals Ferrari and Mercedes before the new 2021 engine is introduced, but insists his team will do all it can to bridge that deficit with its chassis.