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Ahead of the French Grand Prix, drivers at Paul Ricard debated the hot topic that has dominated the past fortnight.
New beginnings. New drivers. New rivalries. Get ready for a 2019 Formula 1 season full of changes...
Kimi Raikkonen's new F1 chapter following his move to Alfa Romeo didn't go entirely to plan when the Finn crashed out in the opening minutes of F1 Testing at Barcelona.
Formula 1 2019 begins in earnest on Monday with the first of eight days of winter testing at Barcelona with all 10 new cars on track.
Sky Sports F1's Mark Hughes takes a close look at the new F1 challengers and the dominant themes around the new looks...
Alfa Romeo have embraced the spirit of Valentine's Day by running their 2019 car in a heart-themed camouflage livery.
There are two new team names, five new drivers, and a very-different looking grid for Formula 1 in 2019.
Sauber will become known as Alfa Romeo Racing in 2019 as the Italian carmaker increases its presence at the team.
F1 fans have been offered an early glimpse of 2019 at the post-season test in Abu Dhabi, with Raikkonen among those at new teams.
Marcus Ericsson is to join Schmidt Peterson Motorsports for the 2019 IndyCar series after being dropped by Sauber.
Kimi Raikkonen says "people don't understand I'm actually very happy" to be moving to Sauber.
Antonio Giovinazzi will partner Kimi Raikkonen at Sauber in 2019, the team have confirmed.
New Ferrari recruit Charles Leclerc says he will be allowed to race Sebastian Vettel when he joins the team in 2019.
Formula 1's halo head protection system has been credited with potentially ensuring Charles Leclerc avoided injury at Spa.
Charles Leclerc admits Sauber are currently exceeding their own expectations but cannot yet consider F1's top 10 the norm.
Charles Leclerc has said that it is his "dream" to drive for Ferrari, as speculation intensifies that he is in the frame for 2019.
Ahead of the French GP's return, Sky F1 analyst Mark Hughes compares how F1's French drivers have performed this season.
Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton have heaped praise on Charles Leclerc as the rookie prepares for his first Monaco GP.
Sauber have their belief back after forging a new alliance with Alfa Romeo, according to driver Marcus Ericsson.
Formula 1 is reacting to the proposals put forward for the sport's next era after 2020...
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