Ron Dennis admitted he wants the revived McLaren-Honda partnership to dominate F1 like the team did during the record-breaking 1988 season…
Eric Boullier admitted that he expects Fernando Alonso to challenge the team “every day” as McLaren look to get back to winning ways…
According to Red Bull boss Christian Horner, the pace of Daniel Ricciardo was “probably a factor” in Sebastian Vettel’s decision to leave the Milton Keynes outfit at the end of the season…
Jean-Eric Vergne has been named as Ferrari’s new test driver. The 24-year-old Frenchman had driven in Formula One with Toro Rosso for the past three seasons but was not given a drive for next year.
GP+ has been following the Formula 1 season up from start to finish. We have been at all the races and the 21st edition of the year is our round-up of the action. Who did we think were the best drivers of the year – we rate them all
BayernLB files £270m law suit against Ecclestone and family’s Bambino foundation over ‘disadvantageous’ 2006 sale of its stake in Formula One
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Everything is ready for the next Ferrari Challenge season, the one-make series with a capital C, one of the most wide-ranging and famous in the world. In 2015, drivers entered in the championship will be back fighting on track, with their usual wheel to wheel antics, in the three existing series; the longest running European, the North American and, the newest addition, the Asia-Pacific one covering Asia, which is now in its fifth year. There will be nineteen rounds on next year’s Ferrari Challenge calendar, held on four continents, all leading to an amazing weekend of racing which is the Finali Mondiali.
Jean-Eric Vergne has joined Ferrari as test driver with a focus on developing the car in the team’s simulator.
Vettel finished in fifth place in the World Championship standings, two places behind the Australian, who took plaudits for his rampant performances in 2014
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The story of a fantastic 2014 season for Williams, with Frank and Claire Williams, Pat Symonds, Rob Smedley, Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas. After a tough 2013 season when Williams finished ninth in the F1 constructors’ championship, we accelerated up the grid in 2014 to finish third in the standings, with Valtteri fourth and Felipe seventh in the drivers’ tables. Along the way we scored one pole position, three front row starts, nine podiums, two fastest laps, 320 points and finished in the top 10 in every race of the season.
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René Arnoux will forever be remembered for his famous duel with Gilles Villeneuve in the 1979 French Grand Prix. A stunning battle during which he and the Ferrari driver blistered the track at Dijon and entered the Formula 1 history books in the process.
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The great Ferrari collector Albert Obrist visited Maranello to pick up his new Grigio Ferro Met La Ferrari in recent days. The Swiss national has been a Ferrari enthusiast since in the 1950s and bought his first Prancing Horse car, a 250 GT 2+2 (a four-seater forbearer of the FF) in 1962. In the intervening decades, Mr Obrist has built up one of the world’s most important Ferrari collections.
Christian Horner believes F1 is set for a “fantastic” 2015 campaign while the prospect of a Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat partnership excites him…
Jock Clear, Lewis Hamilton’s senior performance engineer, is to leave Mercedes for Ferrari, but he will only start to work for his new employers after 12 months…
Bernie Ecclestone will continue as chief executive of the Formula 1 Group, the sport’s commercial rights holders CVC, have announced.
Fresh from winning this year’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year award, Lewis Hamilton gave his fans an early peak at his newest set of wheels.
GP+ has been following the Formula 1 season up from start to finish. We have been at all the races and the 21st edition of the year is our round-up of the action. Who did we think were the best drivers of the year – we rate them all.
Red Bull’s Christian Horner says Adrian Newey will still attend some races in 2015 with the team boss keen to stress that the legendary designer is not completely stepping away from F1.
Red Bull’s Christian Horner says Adrian Newey will still attend some races in 2015 with the team boss keen to stress that the legendary designer is not completely stepping away from F1.
Fernando Alonso believes Ferrari have what it takes to turn things around next year and return to winning ways…
Lewis Hamilton believes Nico Rosberg’s “mistake” during qualifying in Monaco took their rivalry “to another level”…
Bernie Ecclestone will once again propose that F1 returns to normally aspirated engines at Thursday’s Strategy Group meeting.
Fernando Alonso insists he is prepared to bide his time at McLaren in order to win titles with the Woking squad…
Tyre chief Hirohide Hamashima is the latest to be on his way out of Ferrari while reports claim Mercedes’ Jock Clear is set to join…
Toto Wolff has revealed that he learned an important lesson from World Champion Alain Prost on how to keep everyone at Mercedes happy…
Oliver Brown: Rory McIlroy’s SPOTY defeat to Lewis Hamilton shows the public’s indifference to the sport
Bernie Ecclestone will make a further attempt to cut Formula One’s extravagant costs. Ecclestone is to propose another engine change on Thursday at a meeting of the ‘big five’.
Luca di Montezemolo admits he is disappointed that Fernando Alonso has left the team, but believes Sebastian Vettel is a good replacement…
Toto Wolff has recognised he has learned a great deal from four time World Champion Alain Prost when the latter gave him advice early in the season on how to prevent a driver war.
McLaren are confident they understand the problems with their new Honda engine which bedevilled its first public outing after implementing an emergency “recovery plan”.
The major overhaul at Ferrari continues with the Scuderia confirming that Pat Fry and Nikolas Tombazis are to leave the team…
Some of the trophies that were stolen from the Red Bull factory a fortnight ago have been found in a lake…
Ferrari have confirmed the departure of Pat Fry and Nikolas Tombazis from the Scuderia, amidst a reorganisation that started when new team principal Maurizio Arrivabene came in charge.
Former Diageo chief Paul Walsh pulls out of running for job that would have reined in veteran supremo’s powers
Pat Fry and Nikolas Tombazis have been ousted from Ferrari in a dramatic shake-up of the Scuderia’s management by new team boss Maurizio Arrivabene.
Pat Fry has been ousted as the head of engineering at Ferrari in a dramatic shake-up of the Scuderia’s management by new team boss Maurizio Arrivabene.
Some of the trophies stolen from Formula One team Red Bull’s factory have been found dumped in a lake, it has been revealed.
More than 60 trophies were taken by a gang of six thieves, around 20 of which have been discovered by a member of the public
Signed prints, car parts and umbrellas were among the items up for auction from former Formula One team Marussia on Tuesday.
World Champion Lewis Hamilton reckons Nico Rosberg made a deliberate mistake during qualifying in Monaco – a stunt the Brit claims took their rivalry to ‘another level’.
About 20 of the 60 trophies stolen from Formula One team Red Bull’s factory in Milton Keynes on December 6 have been found dumped in a lake, police say.
Police have recovered 20 of the 60 trophies stolen from Red Bull’s factory two weeks ago.
Toto Wolff says he had grown tired of having to ensure both Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg felt they were being treated equally by the middle of the season and that the Spa-Francorchamps clash allowed him to clear the air for the remaining races.
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The traditional Gestione Sportiva Christmas Lunch for all the Scuderia Ferrari staff and representatives of its technical and commercial partners took place today. It began with a word about Jules Bianchi and Michael Schumacher, two drivers who are very dear to the Maranello team and who are currently fighting a long and difficult battle.
Lewis Hamilton says Nico Rosberg took their rivalry “to another level” following what he still believes to have been deliberate mistake during qualifying in Monaco.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff believes the team came out “super strong” and “united” following the Spa debacle…
Esteban Gutierrez will remain in Formula 1 next year after being handed the Ferrari test and reserve seat…
What more does the Northern Irishman have to do to win Sport’s Personality of the Year? Turn up with a dog? Ollie Brown is in despair
A quick message from Lewis Hamilton before he flew back to Los Angeles: I love Britain and Britain loves me.
Ferrari have announced the signing of Esteban Gutierrez as the team's new test and reserve driver. Mexican Gutierrez previously competed in F1 for two years with Sauber.