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Ferrari team boss Marco Mattiacci says the Maranello outfit must be braver and embrace risk in its new era if it is to win titles in Formula 1 again.
Williams has its best chance of the season to take Formula 1 wins at the next races in Belgium and Italy, reckons Valtteri Bottas
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone needs educating about the benefits of social media if the sport is to make the popularity strides it desires, says Force India’s Vijay Mallya
Toro Rosso’s decision to take Max Verstappen alongside Daniil Kvyat in 2015 has fanned excitement about the potential of the youngest driver line-up in Formula 1 history
Analysis: Why Max Verstappen can handle F1
Max Verstappen will race in Formula 1 at the age of 17 when he joins the Toro Rosso team next year, the Red Bull-owned squad announced on Monday.
Three-time Le Mans winner Andre Lotterer could make a surprise Formula 1 debut with Caterham at this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Ferrari technical director James Allison thinks it vital that Formula 1 teams get sufficient advance warning before the possible introduction of 18-inch wheels in the sport
Formula 1′s bid to control costs will only ever succeed if the sport accepts the need for a budget cap, reckons former FIA president Max Mosley
Toro Rosso technical director James Key reckons his team has scored a “pathetic” number of points in Formula 1 this season, given the competitiveness of its car.
Red Bull fears it may have to wait until the Singapore Grand Prix in September until it is in a position to win Formula 1 races again.
Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas have been “instrumental” to the Williams squad’s Formula 1 revival, according to deputy team principal Claire Williams.
Sergio Perez reckons his former Sauber Formula 1 team- mate Kamui Kobayashi is an “amazing” rival who taught him vital lessons in how to manage tyres.
The Mercedes Formula 1 team says it was surprised by an expectation it would employ team orders to manage the title rivalry between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg this season.
Force India boss Vijay Mallya says he cannot make sense of Formula 1′s decision to award double points for the final race of 2014.
Sauber-affiliated former IndyCar racer Simona de Silvestro believes the timing is right for her to make the step into Formula 1 next year
Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost says Jean-Eric Vergne needs a big result in Formula 1 to validate the progress he has made this season.
Eric Boullier says he is prepared to “bruise some egos” as he continues his work to return McLaren to the front of the Formula 1 grid.
Daniel Ricciardo’s performance during the first half of the Formula 1 season have exceeded all expectations, according to Red Bull team principal Christian Horner.
Adrian Sutil says he is not concerned by his lack of results in Formula 1, because performing well behind the wheel is more important.
Kamui Kobayashi believes the Caterham Formula 1 team should not replace him with a paying driver, because that would harm its chances of improving its lowly standing in the constructors’ championship.
Kamui Kobayashi believes the Caterham Formula 1 team should not replace him with a paying driver, because that would harm its chances of improving its lowly standing in the constructors’ championship.
Juan Pablo Montoya believes that Formula 1 should look to motorsport in the USA for ideas to help re-engage fans.
Formula 3 European championship frontrunner Max Verstappen has joined the Red Bull Junior Team with immediate effect
The Mercedes Formula 1 team reckons the lack of mistakes made by Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg as they’ve fought each other for the 2014 world championship is “incredible”
Daniil Kvyat says he is still not “100 per cent confident” in Formula 1, despite an impressive start to his rookie season
Daniil Kvyat says he is still not “100 per cent confident” in Formula 1, despite a solid start to his rookie season
Romain Grosjean believes his former Lotus team-mate Kimi Raikkonen is struggling in Formula 1 this year because the cars do not suit his driving style
Force India boss Vijay Mallya has hailed Williams driver Valtteri Bottas “the star of the season” in Formula 1
The Red Bull Formula 1 team does not need to appoint a technical director to work under Adrian Newey, according to team principal Christian Horner.
Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn says her Formula 1 team needs to be more courageous if it wants to avoid this season becoming the worst in its history
Mercedes does not believe engines have become the dominant factor in Formula 1 car performance this season, despite the advantage it has enjoyed over Ferrari and Renault
Double grand prix winner Daniel Ricciardo reckons Red Bull stablemate Carlos Sainz Jr would benefit from making his Formula 1 debut with a backmarker team
Sergio Perez says the level of engineering at Force India is equal to his previous Formula 1 team McLaren
Formula 1 is “shooting itself in the foot” by focusing on its negative aspects and not promoting its virtues to win new fans, according to McLaren racing director Eric Boullier
Jenson Button says he has no interest in racing in any other categories outside Formula 1, despite his ongoing contractual stalemate with McLaren
Romain Grosjean has stressed that his “love” for the Lotus Formula 1 team alone won’t be enough to keep him at the team next year
Paddy Lowe says he has taken the Mercedes Formula 1 team “to the next level” since taking over the technical reins from Ross Brawn
Alexander Rossi believes swiftly securing a Marussia Formula 1 test deal after his split with Caterham was “critical” for his career
Williams can aim to re-emerge as a world championship-winning force without a works engine deal, according to performance chief Rob Smedley
Proper coordination between the chassis and engine departments of Ferrari’s Formula 1 team will be key to the Scuderia rediscovering frontrunning form, according to technical director James Allison
Force India driver Nico Hulkenberg reckons the dramatic change in Formula 1′s technical rules for 2014 may have made the sport easier to adapt to for rookies
Sauber boss Monisha Kaltenborn says it will be “unacceptable” for her Formula 1 team to finish 10th in this season’s constructors’ championship
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has agreed a $100million settlement to end his bribery case in Munich
Interlagos has started an $80 million upgrade programme that includes the building of a new Formula 1 pit complex for the 2015 Brazilian Grand Prix
Red Bull has overachieved in Formula 1 this year even though it has fallen short of its recent standards, according to team principal Christian Horner
Formula 3 sensation Max Verstappen is in discussions with both the Red Bull and Mercedes Formula 1 teams’ junior programmes
Sergio Perez says his difficult season at McLaren came at “the worst possible moment”, because the dip in the Formula 1 team’s fortunes meant he couldn’t realise his full potential
Lotus will be able to fight for points more regularly when Formula 1 returns following the August break, according to Pastor Maldonado
The Williams Formula 1 team has impressed its former driver Jenson Button by how competitive it has been so far this season