Mercedes convinced 2018 will be a three-way fight
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff is expecting the 2018 Formula One season to be a tense three-way battle between his team, Ferrari and Red Bull.
Grosjean hopes to join Alonso at Le Mans
Haas driver Romain Grosjean is hoping to join Fernando Alonso in a debut appearance at the Le Mans 24 Hours later this year.
Crampton caps comeback with Gainesville win
Richie Crampton essentially went from being out of the sport to standing on one of its biggest stages, the winner's circle at historic Gainesville Raceway, after taking the Top Fuel class at the Gatornationals on Sunday.
F1 team-by-team preview: The top half
The second part of ESPN's team-by-team preview for the 2018 Formula One season looks at the top five from last year's championship standings, including the three teams most likely to fight for the title.
F1 2018 season preview: Part one
The first part of ESPN's team-by-team preview for the 2018 Formula One season looks at the bottom five from last year's championship standings.
McLaren to carry flip-flop sponsorship on Halo
McLaren has poked fun at one of the most frequent comparisons made about Formula One's new Halo device by confirming it will be sponsored by a flip-flop manufacturer for the Australian Grand Prix.
Force's 3rd straight engine explosion no charm
John Force suffered only a cut across the back of his right hand Friday when a blown engine during qualifying for the Gatornationals created a fireball that sent the fiberglass body of his Chevy dragster flying high in the air.
Arana first to 200 mph on motorcycle in NHRA
Hector Arana Jr. reached 200.23 mph during his second qualifying run for the Gatornationals, becoming the first Pro Stock Motorcycle racer to top 200 mph at an NHRA event.
REWIND: Hamilton's 2017 Melbourne pole lap.
Take an in-depth look at Lewis Hamilton's pole position lap from the season opener in 2017.
Ricciardo: Red Bull in the best shape since I joined
Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull feels more prepared to have a strong Formula One season than at any point since he joined.
McLaren slams Ferrari for breaking 'gentleman's agreement'
McLaren has accused Ferrari of breaking a gentleman's agreement with the signing of the FIA's safety director Laurent Mekies.
A.J. Foyt attacked again by bees, hospitalized
Four-time Indianapolis 500 winner A.J. Foyt was briefly hospitalized after an attack by Africanized killer bees he encountered while working on his ranch. Foyt had a similar incident in 2005 when he sustained 200 stings to his head alone.
FIA explains plans to clamp down on oil burning
The FIA is confident new regulations this year will be successful in catching teams that attempt to burn oil in the engine's combustion chamber to gain a power advantage.
Todt keen to remove Ferrari's veto
FIA president Jean Todt is against extending Ferrari's veto over Formula One's regulations when the current commercial deals tying the sport together expire at the end of 2020.
What to expect at Punta del Este this weekend.
Ahead of the race this weekend, take a look back at the last race in Uuruguay.
Take an arial view of the Punta del Este circuit.
Ahead of the race this weekend, watch an arial view of the circuit in Uruguay.
Ferrari hires FIA safety director Mekies
Ferrari has hired the FIA's safety director and deputy F1 race Laurent Mekies to join the technical team of its Formula One operation.
How close is Lewis Hamilton's new contract?
Speaking at the Petronas Research & Technology Centre in Turin, the F1 world champion provides an update on his contract situation with Mercedes.
Todt was baffled by driver criticisms of Halo
FIA president Jean Todt admits he was surprised so many Formula One drivers spoke out against the Halo device, as the push for cockpit protection came from them.
ESPN reveals F1 TV schedule for 2018
ESPN can reveal the full TV schedule for its U.S. coverage of the 2018 Formula One season.
Lowndes mojo back for Aust GP round
Craig Lowndes says his confidence is back before next week's milestone Supercars round at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
Vettel hints at deceptive Mercedes winter pace
Sebastian Vettel has suggested the long-run pace demonstrated by Mercedes and Red Bull during winter testing does not give an accurate picture of the pecking order ahead of the Australian Grand Prix.
Alonso considered quitting F1 after Indy 500 debut
Fernando Alonso has revealed he contemplated a 2018 without Formula One in the months after contesting last year's Indy 500.
Hartley: WEC would ready Kvyat for F1 return
Toro Rosso's Brendon Hartley thinks Daniil Kvyat could learn a lot from his own journey back to the Formula One grid after being dropped by Red Bull.
Renault explains why it would back F1 budget cap
Renault would back the implementation of a Formula One budget cap and say it has been "sensibly" building its team until a decision is made on the issue.
Maurice Hamilton looks at the remarkable tale behind Steve McQueen's 'Le Mans' film, as revealed in a recently-released documentary.
After training for a year, Brehanna Daniels got her shot changing tires in the Trucks and Xfinity races, becoming the first African-American woman to work the pits in a NASCAR Series event.