The following is a to-do list for WikiProject Formula One. It includes tasks which need done, but do not fit on Wikipedia:WikiProject Formula One/Task template.

WPF1 open tasks:
  • Article requests: Daniele Coronna, Hans Fouche, Chris Radage, Tamiya radio-controlled Formula One cars, John Hogan
  • Copyedit: Bahrain Grand Prix, History of Formula One, Monaco Grand Prix, 2006 San Marino Grand Prix, Rob White (Formula One), Rob Smedley
  • Expand: Paddy Lowe, Red Bull RB3, Spyker F1, Toyota TF107, BMW Sauber F1.07, Mario Theissen, Franz Tost, Chinese Grand Prix, Colin Kolles, Concorde Agreement, Formula One Constructors Association, McLaren MP4/1, Ove Andersson, Bob Bell, Korea International Circuit, Grand Prix Drivers' Association, Spyker F8-VII, Arai (company), Shoei, Schuberth Helme GmbH, Bell Racing Company, Jim Bamber, Nazir Hoosein, Formula One video games, Make Cars Green, Jonathan Legard, Michael Turner (illustrator) more
  • Update: 2024 Formula One season, Will Stevens, Manor Marussia F1, History of Formula One
  • Images needed: 2008 Turkish Grand Prix, Paul Rosche more
  • For more work, see this generated list or the Auxiliary list
  • Feel free to add any task to this list. If you remove a task from the template, please replace it with one listed here.

    Article requests edit

    • Indication in table pilot died during race or practise
    • Indication in table pilot suffered injuries during race or practice
    • Indication in table a mechanic got injured @teams respectively during race or practise
    • Indication in table a mechanic died @teams respectively race or practise
    • F1 Race Stewards
    I'm not convinced this warrants a separate article, but if it does, the title should probably be Formula One race stewards. DH85868993 (talk) 03:10, 9 September 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]

    I have a feeling that this page should be created, you could create a sandbox for this page and I can help you edit the page, This page could use its own info box, not sure how to make one though. Lewishamiltonheikki (talk) 14:19, 4 June 2012 (UTC)Reply[reply]

    Or just make a list of 'List of races affected by rain', could briefly explain about what the teams do for wet weather. Lewishamiltonheikki (talk) 13:43, 4 June 2012 (UTC)Reply[reply]

    [1], [2], [3] [4]

    Articles that need to be copyedited edit

    Major project-wide activities to be completed edit

    • Add race summaries to all race report articles which don't have them (which is most races before about 2004)
    • Add qualifying results to all race report articles which don't have them (which is most races before about 2005)

    Minor activities / Corrections across the project edit

    • In most cases, references to years should link to the relevant World Championship page rather than to the general year page. So "2005" should link to 2005 Formula One season rather than 2005. The {{F1}} template is an efficient way to achieve this.
    • Update all F1 car articles to use template:Racing car.
    • Check the race times and time/lap gaps for all the F1 race reports against the "Results Archive" section of and correct as necessary.
    Remaining to do: 1970-1973, 1977-1980, 1994 onwards
    • Add race report articles into the relevant "<year> in <country>" category, e.g. 2007 Australian Grand Prix is included in Category:2007 in Australia. Use a sort key of "Grand Prix", e.g. the entry in 2007 Australian Grand Prix is [[Category:2007 in Australia|Grand Prix]]. Note that you may need to create the category; if so, copy an existing "Year in" category for the same country and just change the year number as appropriate.
    Done so far: 1989-1993
    • For all race report articles, add a reference to the race results at to the "References" section. See 1966 Dutch Grand Prix for an example.
    Done so far: 1950-1952, 1966-1970
    • For all race report articles, add flags where they are not present, and replace the old links with the right ones (for example: replace [[Lotus Cars|Lotus]] with [[Team Lotus|Lotus]])
    Done so far: 1964-1967
    • Race reports should have a tabulation of the constructors points totals
    As far as I'm aware, all the World Championship race reports from 1958 onwards already have Constructors' Championship points tables (noting that the Constructors' Championship only started in 1958). DH85868993 (talk) 09:08, 8 September 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]
    • If someone possibly can check consecutive laps led for Max Verstappen since 2023 Miami forwards? Mentioned by Martin Brundle during Canada Race, that he reached 200 laps. User:Michalis2504 22:20, 18 June 2023
    It's been updated at List_of_Formula_One_driver_records#Most_consecutive_laps_in_the_lead. This article is updated after every race, but as you might imagine, it doesn't occur immediately as soon as the race finishes. DH85868993 (talk) 21:30, 18 June 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

    Portal Management edit

    Did you know? edit

    New 'Did you knows' are welcome. One 'Did you know' is swapped onto portal:Formula One every Wednesday. Feel free to add a 'Did you know', or to swap them if it has not already been done here 4u1e 14:46, 2 July 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

    Selected Article edit

    Selected Articles for the Formula One portal should be of Good Article standard or above. As there are few F1 articles at this standard as yet, you can vote for an article to be subject to an improvement drive to get it up to the required standard. If this is achieved it will become the new F1 portal Selected Article. See here for how to vote. 4u1e 14:46, 2 July 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

    The current selected article is 1994 San Marino Grand Prix. The current candidate for improvement to GA standard and to be the next selected article is History of Formula One - feel free to join in. 4u1e 20:53, 18 July 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]

    Stubs that need to be expanded edit

    For a complete list of F1-related stubs, see Category:Formula One stubs.

    People edit

    Events edit

    Other edit

    Articles that need to be updated edit

    • 2024 Formula One season - Ongoing testing, plus the Honda situation should be monitored and updated on the article accordingly (regulations, races, etc, should now be up to date)
    • Aston Martin Cognizant F1 team still has no official team page that differentiates it from racing point as a team in it's own right. The Aston Martin page is confusingly titled 'Aston Martin in Formula One' as a historic account of the team. Though upon inspection, this page is suitable to be moved to an official Aston Martin Cognizant F1 page in it's own right to differentiate it from its former Racing Point. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Seanmc 2002 (talkcontribs)
    WP:F1 standard practice is to have a single article covering all of a manufacturer's involvement in Formula One, e.g.:
    Therefore I think it's appropriate/in line with WP:F1 standard practice for Aston Martin in Formula One to cover both the 1959-1960 team and the 2021 team, and that we don't need a separate article for the 2021 team only, or that Aston Martin in Formula One should be renamed to "Aston Martin Cognizant F1 Team". DH85868993 (talk) 01:33, 6 August 2021 (UTC)Reply[reply]

    Articles that need images edit

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