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Britain orders 10,000 ventilators from F1/McLaren/Mercedes/Ford/Rolls-Royce/Airbus

A second F1 effort has already delivered CPAP machines for testing

Britain has ordered 10,000 ventilators from a consortium of leading aerospace, engineering and Formula One racing companies which will start production this week in response to an urgent government call for industry to help save lives. The 27-strong team, including Airbus , BAE Systems , Ford and Rolls-Royce , have joined forces to ramp up production of a ventilator made by Smiths Group which supports those with complications from COVID-19. The consortium,

McLaren withdraws from Australian Grand Prix after positive test for coronavirus

Haas team has it, too — but organizers plan to go ahead with the race

The positive test at McLaren follows four crew members of fellow Formula One team Haas being quarantined due to the outbreak. "The team member was tested and self-isolated as soon as they started to show symptoms and will now be treated by local healthcare authorities," McLaren said in a statement https://twitter.com/McLarenF1/status/1238062852306583552. Both Haas and McLaren are Britain-based teams.

Jamie Chadwick racks up first superlicense points to race in F1

She'll also be driving Jaguar's Formula E car at a test in Marrakesh on Sunday

W Series champion Jamie Chadwick is setting her sights on a dream scenario of driving a Formula One car before the end of the year now she has secured precious superlicence points in Asia. The 21-year-old Briton, winner of the inaugural all-female series last year, finished fourth in the Asian F3 championship at the weekend to bank 10 points towards the 40 needed to race in F1. With 15 more up for grabs in W Series this year, Chadwick could reach the 25 needed to take part in Friday practice

Mercedes' fascinating trick steering system is legal in F1 for one year only

DAS (Dual Axis Steering) toe-changing tech gives Mercedes a few advantages

Williams' George Russell says 2020 F1 entry beats last year's 'quite scary' car

'I'm confident we can go racing this year' after last-place finish

George Russell was first on track for the start of pre-season testing on Wednesday and sounded positive afterwards as his Williams Formula One team set about banishing the ghosts of a dire 2019 campaign. This time last year the struggling former champions did not have a car to test, finally turning up at Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya three days late. Russell, a rookie last year, indicated that one morning had already gone a long way to restoring his confidence.

W Series will race at Formula One's U.S. and Mexican Grands Prix

Women will race on Saturdays of F1 weekends at Austin and Mexico City

Mercedes to debut 2020 F1 car on Valentine's Day

It could take Lewis Hamilton to his 7th title

Formula One world champions Mercedes have scheduled a Valentine's Day debut for the car Lewis Hamilton would love to take him to a seventh title this season. The team said in a statement on Friday that an initial shakedown run will take place in private at Silverstone circuit on Feb. 14. Mercedes have won both the driver's and constructor's championships for the past six years but could face a tougher challenge from Ferrari and Red Bull in a season without major changes.

New Porsche hypercar could use F1-spec hybrid powertrain

Porsche has a 1.6-liter V6 hybrid on the test bench right now

Lewis Hamilton says he is trying hard to reduce carbon footprint

Flying less, avoiding plastic, switching to EVs, but 'no interest whatsoever' in trying Formula E

Lewis Hamilton detailed on Thursday how he was trying to reduce his carbon footprint and defended his right to speak out on environmental issues while also racing around the world with Formula One. The Mercedes driver, who can seal his sixth world championship in Mexico this weekend, said he flew less for pleasure, had banned single-use plastic from home and office and aimed to be carbon neutral by the end of the year.

Haas F1 team talking to Robert Kubica about simulator role

'He is for sure one of the most qualified to do that'

Haas are talking to Polish driver Robert Kubica about a test and simulator role, the U.S.-owned Formula One team said on Thursday. Kubica, 34, has already announced he is leaving Williams at the end of the season. "We are speaking," Haas team principal Guenther Steiner told reporters at the Mexican Grand Prix.

F1 cancels Saturday qualifying for Japanese Grand Prix, hunkers down for typhoon

Storm expected to dump 30 inches of rain on Tokyo

Formula One team bosses backed the decision of Japanese Grand Prix organisers to cancel all of Saturday's practice and qualifying sessions as the sport hunkered down to ride out Typhoon Hagibis. Originally scheduled for 3 p.m. on Saturday (0600 GMT), the hour-long qualifying session that decides the grid order for the race will now be held at 10 a.m. (0100 GMT) on Sunday, a revised schedule issued by organizers showed. Final practice, which would normally take place before qualifying, has been

W Series could team up with F1 for races in North America next year

Women would be the undercard at U.S., Mexico GPs

The all-female W Series is discussing a move outside Europe, and a potential North American double-header supporting Formula One races in the United States and Mexico, as part of an expanded second season. Former F1 race winner David Coulthard, who heads the advisory board for the series and is a long-time friend of chairman and major shareholder Sean Wadsworth, said talks with Formula One were ongoing. The W Series, which uses identical 1.8 litre Formula Three cars, aims to help female racers

Robert Kubica's remarkable F1 comeback with Williams ends with this season

'Being back in Formula One after a long time is not easy'

Red Bull demotes Pierre Gasly, gives rookie Alexander Albon his ride

Gasly goes to Toro Rosso when F1 comes back from August break

Leclerc on top in Friday's practice for German Grand Prix

Hot in Hockenheim as Red Bull's Pierre Gasly crashes

F1's Vettel says he's his own worst critic

'The pressure I put on myself' is more than any external pressure

Struggling Williams F1 team: No plans to drop Kubica, eager to keep Russell

The drivers aren't the problem, and keeping the promising rookie may be tough

Rich Energy backs Haas F1, a day after it said it had dumped them

It blames team-dumping tweet 'on the rogue actions of one individual'

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