The trio of teams are unhappy at not having a say on the key decision-making Strategy Group, controlled by lead teams and F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone
Lotus have dismissed reports suggesting they could boycott this weekend’s United States GP along with Sauber and Force India in protest at F1’s growing cost crisis.
Conspirators are furious after demise of Marussia and Caterham and are considering drastic action at US Grand Prix to force reduction in costs
Fernando Alonso has given the Virtual Safety Car (VSC) system the thumbs up after a first trial run, but admits a lot of work still needs to be done…
Jenson Button and Romain Grosjean believe more work is needed on Formula 1’s Virtual Safety Car idea after the system was trialled for the first time in practice in Austin on Friday.
JONATHAN MCEVOY IN TEXAS: Lewis Hamilton, who joined Simon Fuller’s management stable to fulfil his dream cracking America, has decided to take control of his own management affairs.
Sebastian Vettel admits he’s not really looking forward to qualifying at Austin on Saturday as he won’t be able to “go out and smash it”…
Formula 1′s midfield teams called for immediate changes to the sport’s financial set-up to help secure their futures during a highly-charged press conference in Austin.
Formula 1′s midfield teams called for immediate changes to the sport’s financial set-up to help secure their futures during a highly-charged press conference in Austin.
Nico Rosberg is backing himself to up his pace as the weekend progresses in Austin after settling for second best behind Lewis Hamilton on Friday…
Former Formula One star David Coulthard’s guide to Austin, Texas, race
29-year-old poised to eclipse Nigel Mansell’s 31 Grand Prix victories this weekend in Texas says he’s concentrating on the title
Mercedes have admitted that they had “two or three things” to fix in Austin after Lewis Hamilton’s FP2 was cut short by mechanical problems…
Mercedes have admitted that they have “two or three things” to fix in Austin after Lewis Hamilton’s FP2 was cut short by mechanical problems…
Simon Briggs: Formula E has arrived at just the right time to threaten a sport that is in dangerous decline
Formula One’s sparring championship protagonists Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg again proved there is little to separate them.
Mercedes have insisted that Lewis Hamilton’s early stoppage during Practice Two for the United States GP was merely precautionary – but admitted that unreliability remains an ongoing concern.
Lewis Hamilton appeared on top of the timesheet again in the second practice session at Circuit Of The Americas. Marginally ahead of his team mate, the Mercedes duo were more than a second ahead of the rest of the field.
Nico Rosberg would have no qualms about beating team-mate Lewis Hamilton to drivers’ title in the double-points last race in Abu Dhabi
The 29-year-old Mercedes driver, who holds a 17 point lead in the drivers’ championship, was fastest from team-mate Nico Rosberg in both the morning and the afternoon
There were top ten times in practice for the United States GP for Felipe Massa, Daniil Kvyat, Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button…
Lewis Hamilton ended Friday’s running at Austin on top of the timesheest, edging Nico Rosberg while Fernando Alonso was third…
Lewis Hamilton maintained his position at the head of the field in Practice Two at the Circuit of the Americas, but his advantage was cut to just three-thousandths of a second by team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Daniel Johnson: Briton hopes to accelerate sport’s growth in the US and enhance his championship hopes
Sebastian Vettel will start from the pitlane in Sunday’s United States GP after his expected switch to a sixth power unit of the season was confirmed.
Circuit of the Americas chairman Bobby Epstein has hailed the United States Grand Prix as ‘a great success’, although he believes a touch of Hollywood glamour would serve Formula One well.
Sebastian Vettel will take part in qualifying on Saturday despite the FIA confirming he will use a sixth power unit at Austin…
Bernie Ecclestone has warned that only fourteen cars may be on the grid in 2015 as a result of F1′s escalating financial crisis.
Bernie Ecclestone has warned that only fourteen cars may be on the grid in 2015 as a result of F1′s escalating financial crisis.
In-form Lewis Hamilton led a truncated Formula One field at the end of the first practice session ahead of this weekend’s United States Grand Prix.
Caterham’s administrators have said the team will probably be would up in the next two weeks unless a buyer can be found.
Lewis Hamilton kicked off the United States Grand Prix weekend in the best possible fashion by topping the times at the end of a troublefree FP1. Team mate Nico Rosberg was second fastest, ahead of Jenson Button.
Lewis Hamilton’s growing championship momentum showed no signs of abating on the opening morning of F1′s return to action as the Mercedes driver set the Practice One pace for the United States GP.
Daniel Ricciardo is ready for the role of team leader at Red Bull, after a superb season that has seen him outperform reigning World Champion Sebastian Vettel.
Sauber team boss Monisha Kaltenborn has hit out at the collective failure of Formula 1 to ensure the survival of all its teams and called for a more even distribution of prize money after Marussia and Caterham both fell into administration.
Marcus Ericsson has admitted that he was caught unawares when Caterham went into administration last week.
Lewis Hamilton broached the subject that may yet tarnish the crown of the 2014 world champion —the absurd double points to be awarded at the last race in Abu Dhabi.
The Spaniard is yet to reveal the next step in his career once he leaves Ferrari, but admits he may now be entering last chance saloon territory
Lewis Hamilton would support three-car teams especially if teams were obliged to give the extra car to a young driver…
Despite struggling for form this season, Kimi Raikkonen is adamant he made the right choice in moving to Ferrari…
I have had an amazingly happy time since the last race in Russia. It was there that Mercedes won the constructors’ championship for the first time – a historic moment for everyone concerned.
The FIA has decided not to penalise Caterham and Marussia for their absence from this weekend’s United States Grand Prix. Both teams were given dispensation after falling into administration.
FIA president Jean Todt is fuming that Caterham and Marussia have gone into administration after his proposal for a budget cap was rejected by the major marques earlier this year.
Following a hiatus of 3 weeks, the 2014 Formula One Championships continues for its final string of races, starting with this weekend's United States Grand Prix, held in Austin, Texas.
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Lewis Hamilton believes there is room for Formula One to prosper in the USA, praising their sporting fans as some of the most passionate he has ever seen.
Mercedes duo have the green-light from boss Lauda to fight for the crown “and in the heat of the moment racing accidents are known”
The FIA have confirmed the revised qualifying format for this weekend’s U.S. GP amid the absences of Caterham and Marussia.
Lewis Hamilton finally voices opposition to double-points rule in final grand prix in Abu Dhabi which could spoil title tilt with Nico Rosberg
Jules Bianchi remains in a critical but critical condition, a statement released by the Marussia F1 Team on behalf of Jules' family confirmed on Thursday. The Frenchman stays at the Mia General Medical Center until further notice.