• Clear helped Lewis Hamilton win this year’s F1 world title• Ferrari failed to win race in 2014 and senior staff have leftFerrari have recruited Jock Clear, the Mercedes engineer …
This year’s Mercedes W05 was one of those cars which comes around once a generation and utterly dominates F1, like the 1988 McLaren MP4/4 and the 1992 Williams FW14B. So what made it so good? Here we get to the bottom of it, illustrated by a stunning animation by Giorgio Piola and analysis by JA […]
Red Bull boss Christian Horner has given his verdict on the 2014 season, heaping praise on Mercedes and on Daniel Ricciardo and underlining that next year’s Red Bull has had the full Adrian Newey treatment, despite the technical guru deciding to take a step back from day to day F1 involvement. Horner is full of […]
Jock Clear, Hamilton’s senior performance engineer at Mercedes AMG Petronas is to move to Ferrari, to become the head of track engineering. Clear will spend most the next 12 months serving his notice, leaving James Allison to oversee things until then. Clear started his career in the late 1980s at Lola before he joined Benetton […]
Christian Horner admits Red Bull must make strides over the winter if they are to challenge Mercedes in 2015. Though Daniel Ricciardo raced to three victories for Red Bull during the 2014 campaign, the Milton Keynes-based team were never able to fully challenge Mercedes’ dominance as the Silver Arrows swept to 18 poles, 16 wins and both the drivers’ and constructors’ titles
Tata Communications, a leading provider of A New World of Communications™, today unveils the Grand Prize winner of the inaugural F1 Connectivity Innovation Prize. The jury, which included the 2014 FIA Formula One World Champion and Mercedes AMG Petronas driver Lewis Hamilton and F1 commentator Martin Brundle, delivered its final verdict announcing a four-man British team as winners of the Grand Prize.
Thirteen-time Grand Prix winner David Coulthard defeated Mercedes’ reserve driver Pascal Wehrlein to clinch the 2014 Race of Champions crown in Barbados on Sunday. Coulthard, a veteran of 246 F1 starts, won the first two races in the best-of-three final against Wehrlein to emerge with his first overall victory in the competition
Thirteen-time Grand Prix winner David Coulthard defeated Mercedes’ reserve driver Pascal Wehrlein to clinch the 2015 Race of Champions crown in Barbados on Sunday. Coulthard, a veteran of 246 F1 starts, won the first two races in the best-of-three final against Wehrlein to emerge with his first overall victory in the competition
Michael Schumacher dropped by £4million-a-year sponsors a year after ski accident left F1 legend ‘paralysed’
Pascal Wehrlein Joins 2014 Race of Champions Line-Up in Barbados!
Bernie Ecclestone: Formula One was spared a ‘lousy’ season by Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg sub-plot
The word from Maranello is that Nikolas Tombazis, the chief designer is leaving and that he has been replaced in the role by his deputy Simone Resta. In addition the team has taken on Bob Bell formerly the MD of Renault F1 who has spent recent years with Mercedes. There are lots of other rumours […]