Red Bull’s Formula 1 team spent £230 million during 2021, when it took Max Verstappen to the drivers’ championship but also exceeded the budget cap.
The last lap of the 2021 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix made it infamous. But the other 57 laps were packed with tension as Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen fought for the title
One year on from the deeply controversial conclusion to the 2021 world championship, how has the fall-out changed Formula 1?
Pierre Gasly is pushing for Formula 1 to change its penalty points rules as he is at risk of a ban. Should the FIA reconsider its system?
Aston Martin have been fined $450,000 for violating Formula 1’s Financial Regulations during the 2021 season.
The FIA has announced Red Bull’s penalty for violating Formula 1’s Financial Regulations during the 2021 season.
Lewis Hamilton has urged the FIA to ensure its Financial Regulations are obeyed by enforcing them strictly, after it announced Red Bull breached them last year.
The FIA should issue a “strict and harsh penalty” to Red Bull if the team did exceed the budget cap last season, says Valtteri Bottas.
Formula 1 has waded straight into a row the first time its new budget cap has been put to the test. It can’t afford to have this every championship.
The FIA have confirmed that Red Bull exceeded the budget cap during the 2021 season, but said it has only committed a “minor” breach.
Former F1 race director Michael Masi said he received death threats after his controversial decision in last year’s Abu Dhabi. He is not allowed to discuss his disputed call.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has admitted a mistake was made in the controversial restart of last year’s season finale, at which Max Verstappen won the world championship.
Williams has become the first Formula 1 team to run afoul of the sport’s Financial Regulations, incurring a $25,000 fine.
The FIA’s report on the mishandling of last year’s championship-deciding race does not clarify how future similar errors will be corrected.
Drive to Survive has been accused of faking its drama, but when it had a real controversy on its hands at the end of 2021, it only told part of the story.
Formula 1 may consider “the possibility to do something different in the future” with Drive to Survive says CEO Stefano Domenicali as the trailer for season four appears.
Formula 1 made a profit of £68 million during 2021 as its revenues recovered as pandemic restrictions were eased around the world.
Worldwide TV audiences for Formula 1 topped 1.5 billion in total over the course of the 2021 season, Formula One say.
The FIA have confirmed their internal investigation into the final laps of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is still ongoing.
FIA Formula 1 race director Michael Masi may not remain in the role for the new season following the controversial conclusion to the 2021 world championship.