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Ferrari finished the first week of testing looking like the most confident team and, so far, all the data suggests Mercedes is lagging behind.
Nico Hulkenberg finished the first test of 2019 at the top of the timesheets, but it was Ferrari who can leave with bragging rights after another impressive day at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Mercedes is expected to turn its focus more towards performance on the final day of the opening 2019 pre-seaosn test -- how will the world champions compare to Ferrari? Follow live to find out.
Red Bull Holden Racing Team have welcomed a rule change by Supercars aimed at preventing wheel spin dramas in pit lane.
Both the U.S. Grand Prix and the Mexican Grand Prix are facing financial issues that are raising concerns about their futures. The U.S. Grand Prix is set for Nov. 3 in Austin, Texas, one week after the Mexican Grand Prix is slated to run in Mexico City.
Daniil Kvyat set the fastest time of this week's test on Wednesday, putting Toro Rosso at the top of the timesheets.
Claire Williams understands how bad it looks that her team missed the opening two and a half days of testing for the 2019 season.
Lewis Hamilton believes Mercedes' position at the top of Formula One is under threat this year after admitting the new Ferrari looks "very, very strong" in pre-season testing so far.
Follow all the action from Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya here, where F1 teams are testing ahead of the 2019 season.
She's entering the final year of her Supercars deal but Simona de Silvestro says she's far from finished with her Australian adventure.
IndyCar will require its cars to have titanium debris deflectors on the cockpit beginning with this year's Indianapolis 500.
New signing Charles Leclerc kept Ferrari top of the order on the second day of pre-season testing as the Italian team continued its strong start to 2019.
Sebastian Vettel has no doubts new Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc can immediately challenge for the Formula One world championship in 2019.
Follow all the action from the second day of testing at Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya, where Ferrari is looking to continue the strong start it made on Monday.
Sebastian Vettel was two seconds faster than the quickest time on the opening day of testing last year, but should Ferrari's rivals be concerned?
Williams faces a difficult start to the year after missing the first two days of testing, but it is a team used to fighting against the odds.
Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari finished the opening day of preseason testing on top as reigning world champions Mercedes made a low-key start in Barcelona.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff fears Brexit will be "the mother of all messes" and hurt the seven Formula One teams based in the U.K, strengthening Ferrari in the process.
Williams has delayed its 2019 debut to Wednesday after confirming its new car is unlikely to be ready in time for the second day of this week's test at the Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona.
We now know what all 10 cars will look like on the 2019 Formula One grid. But which is your favourite?