In 2023, Max Verstappen completed the most dominant season in Formula 1 history.
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F1 driver Logan Sargeant is home: “Being able to come back in an F1 car is going to be insane. It’s funny, in a way, it feels kind of like a homecoming.”
Zhou Guanyu has some things he would like to say: “To be the first Chinese driver in F1 history … it’s everything to me. I’m so proud of where I’m from — the support I’ve received from everyone back home. I race for them.”
Felipe Massa looks back on his memorable moments in F1 and talks about his passion for motorsport and special relationship with Interlagos.
As the 2023 F1 season moves into its final stretch, The Players’ Tribune asked Price to share his perspective on his favorite images from the season so far.
Dear Mario. If you’re reading this, it means you've arrived in America. It's 1955, your family doesn't speak any English and your father has $125 to his name.
If you told 10-year-old Romain that he was going to try to apply to cooking school one day, get rejected, and then try to win races for an American F1 team — he
Jamie Chadwick on her goals: “I want to be that next female driver in Formula One. I want the next time I write here to be about my first championship in F1.”
On May 28, I won't be in Monaco. I'll be in Indianapolis. Because I need to be. Because I’m a racer. I always have been, and I always will be.
I needed to listen to my heart, I needed to go it alone and make my own decision. Change is scary — it’s f****** terrifying.
Sergio Pérez drives in the F1 for pride, for his family and for Mexico: “It’s funny how you can race for years and be completely unknown, and then once you make it to Formula One, the whole world knows who you are.”
This is Alex Albon, the F1 driver who never gave up: “I’ve seen a lot in this sport. I’m thankful for all of it. The good and the bad made me into the man I am today.”
Yuki Tsunoda told his story in his own words.
Pierre Gasly on his relationship with Red Bull, losing his friend Anthoine Hubert and his win at Monza
Welcome to Life Out Loud. In this addition, Brendon Hartley and Mark Webber discuss some of their highs and lows throughout their careers.