The Brit slipped 29 points behind Rosberg after the crash in the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa but he insists the title race is over going in to this weekend’s race
The young Dutchman will become the youngest F1 driver in history if he debuts – as planned – for Toro Rosso in March next year
Lewis Hamilton insists he hasn’t given up on winning this year’s World Championship as he seeks to cut his 29-points deficit to Nico Rosberg with victory in this weekend’s Italian GP.
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McLaren’s Eric Boullier, Racing Director; Jonathan Neale, COO & Acting CEO; and John Allert, Group Brand Director, take part in the #ALSIceBucketChallenge. Looks a bit chilly!
Honda motorsport chief Yasuhisa Arai is confident the Japanese manufacturer will be able to match fellow engine supplier Mercedes…
Toro Rosso driver, 16, embarrasses himself in demonstration drive in his native Rotterdam
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Kimi Raikkonen received a rapturous welcome from the thousands of Dutch fans at yesterday’s VKV Rotterdam City Racing Event. The Finn put on a great show on a track laid out through the city streets, at the wheel of a 2009 Ferrari F60, the type of car he raced when he first came to the Scuderia. He put the car through its paces, with thrilling tyre burn-outs, donuts and incredible acceleration, all of it accompanied by the roar of the 056 V8 engine, to the delight of the crowd
Max Verstappen’s F1 career with Toro Rosso has suffered an inauspicious start after the 16-year-old crashed the team’s car on a demonstration run in his native Holland.
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The Archdiocese of Rio joins Rome in supporting the Match for Peace by illuminating Christ the Redeemer in the symbolical white and yellow of the Vatican. #P4Peace
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Former FIA president Max Mosley believes Mercedes were wrong to publicly reveal that they have punished Nico Rosberg for the Spa incident…
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3D animated video by Pirelli describing Autodromo Nazionale di Monza circuit from a tyre point of view.
Jonathan Williams, perhaps best known for driving a works Ferrari on his one and only GP start in Mexico in 1967, passed away in Spain on Sunday at the age of 71. A true gentleman, and a gentle man, he … Continue reading →
Nico Rosberg was reportedly handed a “six-figure fine” by Mercedes for his role in the collision with Lewis Hamilton at Spa…
Max Verstappen was left red faced on Sunday after crashing on his first public Formula One outing. At 16, he will become the youngest driver in F1′s history, signing a deal with Toro Rosso for 2015.
While Ferrari's structure is undergoing some surgery, we ponder over what led to the team's dip in success and what could serve as a remedy for its decaying form
Ferrari Team Principal Marco Mattiacci says he is ’100 times more motivated’ to succeed in his role than when he took over from Stefano Domenicali…
Red Bull and Mercedes welcomed the return of Bernie Ecclestone to the paddock after the F1 supremo’s legal battle came to an end this month…
McLaren Executive Director Ron Dennis admitted that the Woking outfit isn’t in a position to attract the top names in Formula One at the moment…
Toto Wolff maintains that neither Nico Rosberg nor Lewis Hamilton will be favoured during the reminder of the season, as the pair battle for the Drivers’ Championship title…
Toto Wolff maintains that neither Nico Rosberg nor Lewis Hamilton will be favoured during the reminder of the season, as the pair battle for the Drivers’ Championship title…
Former FIA President Max Mosley believes Mercedes did Nico Rosberg a disservice by publicly divulging their disciplinary action against the driver for his crash at Spa with Lewis Hamilton.
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci believes Kimi Raikkonen is finally showing his true potential following a difficult start to the 2014 season…
Having won at Monza last year, Sebastian Vettel will be hoping to repeat his success this weekend while Daniel Ricciardo knows he needs to be focused…
Lewis Hamilton has vowed to win this year’s Formula One world title after clear-the-air talks with Mercedes team-mate and bitter rival Nico Rosberg.
Lewis Hamilton has vowed that his title battle with Nico Rosberg will be clean from here on in following crunch talks with Mercedes team bosses…
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has revealed that the team have halted contract talks with Lewis Hamilton so that they can concentrate on the title…
JONATHAN MCEVOY: Sympathy towards Nico Rosberg is not the prevailing sentiment in Britain at the moment, but let’s at least try to see if there is another side to the coin.
The Brit collided with team-mate Nico Rosberg last weekend and the pair have today issued statements apologising for their mistakes
The German finished second behind Daniel Ricciardo last weekend but admitted to an “error of judgement” as he collided with team-mate Hamilton on the second lap
Mercedes say they have found a “suitable punishment” for Nico Rosberg after he apologises to Lewis Hamilton for crashing into him
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Not long now until we’re off to Marcus’ home town in Sweden for the Orebro Race Day (13 September)… So we thought it was a good idea for our Swede mechanic Charlie to teach the boys some Swedish!
Mercedes have taken disciplinary action against Nico Rosberg for his part in the calamitous crash with team-mate Lewis Hamilton at last week’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Mercedes have revealed that Nico Rosberg has accepted blame for Sunday’s collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg has accepted blame for his collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix, Mercedes revealed on Friday.
Mercedes say they have found a “suitable punishment” for Nico Rosberg after he apologises to Lewis Hamilton for crashing into him
Mercedes say “suitable disciplinary measures” have been taken after the Spa drama, but insist Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are “free to race”…
Daniel Johnson: Mercedes have theatened to ‘deal with’ Nico Rosberg after the fall-out from the Belgian GP. But what could they do to him?
Ron Dennis insists he is “satisfied” with Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen, but stresses McLaren “will always make efforts to hire the best drivers available”..
Jenson Button’s future is uncertain after McLaren boss Ron Dennis said on Thursday he was monitoring other leading drivers who might become available.
The ill-timed comments resulted in Button firing back that the whole McLaren team, who haven’t had a win in 18 months, needed to try harder
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Following Dan’s third win of the season in Belgium at the weekend, we take a look back to his first Formula One win in Canada earlier this year. In this week’s podcast, Adrian highlighted Canada as his highlight of the season so far – so here’s a quick look back…
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Following Dan’s third win of the season in Belgium at the weekend, we take a look back to his first Formula One win in Canada earlier this year. In this week’s podcast, Adrian highlighted Canada as his highlight of the season so far – so here’s a quick look back…
Ferrari Team Principal Marco Mattiacci has set the target of returning the Italian marque to world title-winning ways within three years.
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Our Team Principal, Dr Vijay Mallya, challenged COO Otmar Szafnauer and Commercial Director Steve Curnow to take the #ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Watch the video as they duly deliver (and are rewarded with a little Smirnoff warmer after the icy shower)! www.alsa.org / www.mndassociation.org
Mercedes are to wait until this year’s Formula One championship fight has been resolved before continuing new contract talks with Lewis Hamilton.
Which driver most divides opinion the most in F1? Lewis?
Christian Horner says that Red Bull only intends to help Renault to improve the current power unit, within the framework of the FIA engine freeze, rather than pursue a new unit for 2016 or beyond. Red Bull’s human resources department … Continue reading →
Ron Dennis has made clear that McLaren are “keeping an eye” on the contract movements of a “few other drivers” currently racing for rival teams as the Woking outfit continue to mull whether they stick or twist with their current line-up for 2015 and beyond.
Christian Horner reckons Daniel Ricciardo will be a title contender somewhere down the line, although Red Bull’s team boss still isn’t getting too carried away about the Australian’s chances this season.