Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that he was threatened with arrest for saving a man from a violent racial attack at a race weekend with driver Jochen Rindt, adding that "life isn't fair" while responding to "lucky" Lewis Hamilton.
Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton won the Hungarian Grand Prix with ease on Sunday, but appears to be facing a tougher battle off the track as he attempts to unite the sport in the fight against racism.
Former Ferrari boss and current FIA president Jean Todt has revealed that racing great Michael Schumacher could appear in public again as he continues to recover from the severe brain injury he sustained in a skiing smash in 2013.
Outspoken Black Lives Matter supporter Lewis Hamilton will reportedly be allowed to continue kneeling before Formula 1 races for the rest of his current title defence, with drivers set to mull the divisive subject again on Friday.
Finnish flyer Valtteri Bottas won the opening race of the 2020 Formula 1 season at the Austrian Grand Prix after a dramatic finale that saw teammate Lewis Hamilton denied a podium by a penalty and a hard-charging Lando Norris.
Formula 1's drivers gathered as one to make a visual statement against racism, but Charles Leclerc and Max Verstappen both attracted criticism after stating they would not take a knee before lights out in Austria.
Controversial former Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone says that he plans on adding more children to his family and the octogenarian has hinted that he doesn't require any artificial assistance to make it happen.
Finnish ace Valtteri Bottas was the class of the field in qualifying for the first Formula 1 Grand Prix of the COVID-19-delayed 2020 season, as he pipped teammate Lewis Hamilton in a dominant session for Mercedes in Austria.
Mercedes have announced they will race in cars with black livery and drivers including champion Lewis Hamilton will wear black suits this season, but have been accused of "virtue signaling" in a mixed reaction on social media.