Lewis Hamilton has warned rivals that he will be a "machine" and on "another level" in 2020 as he chases a record-equalling seventh F1 title.
Mercedes have confirmed the launch plans for their 2020 car, which they hope will build on their unprecedented F1 success.
Williams say they have set "very ambitious targets" for 2020 as the famous F1 team look to recover after the most disappointing season in their history.
The all-female W Series will be part of the Formula 1 support programme in its second season with new races at the US and Mexican Grands Prix in October.
Liverpool, Lewis Hamilton and Andy Murray are among those nominated in the prestigious Laureus World Sports Awards.
World champions Mercedes have become the latest team to confirm the launch date of their new car for the 2020 season.
Williams have signed Roy Nissany as their new official test driver for the 2020 F1 season.
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McLaren - via an 'accidental' announcement from Lando Norris - have revealed that they will launch their new F1 car, the MCL35, on February 13.
Charles Leclerc says his late-2019 crash with Sebastian Vettel gave the two Ferrari drivers a "good lesson" - and he insists it won't happen again.
The start times for a record 22-race Formula 1 season in 2020 have been confirmed, with the British GP moving back an hour compared to 2019.
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Max Verstappen has ended speculation about his F1 future by signing a new Red Bull deal that runs to the end of 2023.
Britain's Jamie Chadwick, the W Series champion, will continue as a development driver for Williams this year.
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