In the round-up: Ericsson “still p****d off” over IndyCar title defeat • Marko joins critics of FIA’s politics clampdown • Barnard gets F3 seat
Haas have unveiled the livery for their Ferrari-powered VF-23, with new title sponsor MoneyGram providing the colour scheme for the car.
In the round-up: Ekstrom beats Schumacher in ROC final • IndyCar drivers star in Daytona 24 • Saleh joins Sauber academy
In the round-up: F1 owner Liberty Media named most valuable sports empire • Red flags and Safety Cars in Kuwait’s first races • Herta keen to run Wickens in Indy 500
Porsche’s Pascal Wehrlein has moved into the Formula E championship lead after winning Saturday’s Diriyah E-Prix.
America will have a full-time Formula 1 driver this year, for the first time since 2007. Why did other US racers come close to reaching the top but miss out on a seat?
In the round-up: F1 must avoid “mistake of oversaturation” as popularity grows – Wolff • British GP protesters on trial • Rosenqvist’s McLaren IndyCar livery revealed
Formula 1 has expanded its presence in the Middle East in recent years. Now there is another FIA Grade I track it could visit: Kuwait Motor Town
Haas has become the final team to announced their launch plans for the 2023 F1 season. Their new livery will appear next week.
Leading junior single-seater team Carlin has attracted investment from New Zealand-based manufacturer Rodin Cars and has rebranded as Rodin Carlin.
Updates on construction for the Las Vegas Grand Prix circuit and its surrounding infrastructure has been provided this week by Formula 1.
In the round-up: Hamilton and Russell back on track next week, Sainz driving today • Euroformula returns to Pau • Rossi IndyCar livery revealed
Haas team principal Gunther Steiner says he would prefer to hire a driver like Logan Sargeant once the American rookie has more F1 experience – and support.
Haas have announced Pietro Fittipaldi will remain at the team for a fifth year in a development role.
In the round-up: Alonso to join Aston Martin’s Pirelli tyre test next month • Chadwick continues with Williams • Power pulls out of race due to wife’s health
Indy Lights runner-up Sting Ray Robb will step up to IndyCar this year, driving for Dale Coyne Racing with Rick Ware Racing.
The Miami Grand Prix organiser will address one of the complaints made by Formula 1 drivers ahead of their return for the second running of the race this year.
Red Bull has announced its full line-up of Formula 1 juniors for 2023, and it includes six drivers who are racing in Formula 2.
In the round-up: Colton Herta considered Formula Regional move • Shwartzman leaves Ferrari Driver Academy • Alpine to coach the next British F4 champion
Two-times Indy 500 winner Takuma Sato has moved to Chip Ganassi Racing for 2023, downscaling his IndyCar presence to an oval-only programme.