From DFV to Red Bull: Ford's glorious F1 timeline
The announcement of Ford's 2026 return to F1 is the latest chapter in a grand prix involvement which has ultimately brought huge success
Pirelli has released the first photos of the new wider tyres that are to be used in Formula 1 from 2017.
Sebastian Vettel and Esteban Gutiérrez are on testing duty at Fiorano during the course of August 1-2 in a modified Ferrari SF15-T. The circuit will be articfially dampened to enable wet and intermediate tyre testing.
A further test is scheduled for Mugello on August 3-4 using a Red Bull, where the focus will be on testing the new slicks. September sees testing at Barcelona and Paul Ricard, running a Mercedes at the latter.
Why did Ford re-enter Formula 1 with Red Bull? It makes technical and marketing sense, writes Andrew Frankel, but don't discount the enthusiasm of its racer boss
Red Bull reveals livery of 2023 F1 car, as it announces engine partnership with Ford to start in 2026
The Red Bull – Ford announcement sees the link-up of two organisations which have tasted victory together before, as Johnny Herbert remembers