Stefano Domenicali satisfied with 'extraordinary' sprint

Stefano Domenicali is generally happy with how the first sprint qualifying session went but sees room for improvement. A new format with traditional qualifying taking place on Friday, a sprint race on Saturday and the main event on Sunday, was used for the first time at the British Grand Prix.

F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali working towards track limits 'solutions'

Stefano Domenicali says Formula 1 needs to find a “physical” solution to the track limits issue in the sport, rather than a technical one. F1’s chief executive says the FIA are working towards a plan to bring clarity to the controversial subject in the near future, as each of the

Stefano Domenicali: Miami Grand Prix part of 'incredible future for F1'

Stefano Domenicali says the announcement of the Miami Grand Prix from 2022 will start setting the base for an “incredible future” for Formula 1. The new race will add a second American grand prix to the calendar alongside the Circuit of the Americas in Austin, with Miami signing a 10-year

Stefano Domenicali: 'More than 23 races in a season is very unlikely'

Stefano Domenicali has played down the idea of having more than 23 races in a Formula 1 season, despite the newest Concorde Agreement between the teams allowing up to 25 races to take place in a single year. The CEO of Formula 1 was discussing the subject of whether or

Domenicali: F1 can attract manufacturers seeking ‘fresh image’

Stefano Domenicali hopes Formula 1 can attract car manufacturers looking for a “fresh image”, believing it to be one of the biggest challenges facing the automotive industry today. F1 currently has four manufacturers on the grid as V6 hybrid power unit suppliers – Mercedes, Ferrari, Renault and Honda – but

Stefano Domenicali to replace Carey as Formula 1 CEO

Ex-Ferrari team principal, Stefano Domenicali, has emerged as the man to take over from Chase Carey as Formula 1’s CEO in 2021. The 55-year-old Italian was the team principal of Ferrari between 2008 and 2014 before resigning from the role. Later in 2014, he became vice-president of new business initiatives

Domenicali: We must take this opportunity to “reshape” the sport

Stefano Domenicali has said that it would be “criminal” for motorsport not to seize the opportunity presented by the current pandemic crisis to reset the sport for the future. Speaking exclusively to Motorsport.com for the #thinkingforward series, the former Ferrari F1 team principal, now CEO of Lamborghini and president of