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Toro Rosso’s 2015 Formula 1 rookie signing Max Verstappen thinks it would be better for him if Jean-Eric Vergne was kept on as his team-mate
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has demanded the FIA do whatever it takes to address Formula 1′s cost crisis, or risk the sport destroying itself
Formula 1′s qualifying format has been altered for the United States Grand Prix because of the absence of Caterham and Marussia
Caterham and Marussia have been deemed to be in breach of Formula 1 regulations by not participating in the United States Grand Prix, but will escape penalties for now
The experimental wedge-shaped nose that Lotus will run in practice for the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix has been revealed
US GP: Thursday press conference with Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo, Esteban Gutierrez, Valtteri Bottas, Romain Grosjean and Sergio Perez
Jenson Button will be hit with a five-place grid penalty for the United States Grand Prix due to a gearbox change on his McLaren Formula 1 car
Kimi Raikkonen has rubbished suggestions that Ferrari is behind with its 2015 Formula 1 car
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel expects to take an engine penalty at the United States Grand Prix, a situation the reigning Formula 1 champion put down to “a very bad rule”
The FIA says the financial problems at Caterham and Marussia prove it was right to push for Formula 1 cost-cutting measures earlier this year
Former Caterham Formula 1 team principal Manfredi Ravetto has admitted that he finds the events surrounding the squad’s demise “strange”
Jean-Eric Vergne believes staying on at Toro Rosso for 2015 would be in the best interests of both Red Bull and his current Formula 1 team
Jules Bianchi’s condition remains unchanged, with the French Formula 1 driver remaining critical but stable according to his family
Mercedes has promised Lewis Hamilton that it will not even consider other Formula 1 drivers for 2016 until it has sorted out its plans with him
The absence of Caterham and Marussia when Formula 1 regroups at Austin will force the sport to ask whether its financial problems are an isolated blip or a longer-term malaise
European Formula 3 champion Esteban Ocon impressed Ferrari during a Formula 1 test at Fiorano on Wednesday, just a week after Lotus said he was exceptional
Formula 1 is still paying the price for the negativity fuelled earlier this year by senior figures within the sport, reckons four-time champion Alain Prost
Renault has backed Ferrari in suggesting that lifting Formula 1′s engine freeze will not lead to a dramatic hiking in costs
Closed cockpits returned to the Formula 1 agenda after Jules Bianchi’s Japanese Grand Prix accident, but the sport’s chiefs admit it is a route fraught with great difficulty
Lotus owner Gerard Lopez says his squad had to switch from Renault to Mercedes engines in order to return to the front of Formula 1 in 2015
AUTOSPORT’s team of Formula 1 journalists on what Caterham and Marussia’s troubles mean for F1, the implications of third cars and what can be done
As Caterham and Marussia’s absence from Austin reopens debate over Formula 1′s sustainability, AUTOSPORT reveals the small teams’ own breakdown of the cost of grand prix racing
McLaren AUTOSPORT BRDC Award winner Matt Parry described his prize McLaren Formula 1 test as a “phenomenal” experience after completing his running at Silverstone on Monday
Marussia will definitely not compete in this weekend’s United States Grand Prix, administrators appointed to oversee the Formula 1 team have confirmed
Former Formula 1 world champion Alain Prost believes the crash between Mercedes team-mates at the Belgian Grand Prix was a game-changer in shifting the title dynamics towards Lewis Hamilton
Felipe Massa reckons Kimi Raikkonen’s struggles compared to Ferrari team-mate Fernando Alonso this season are more psychological than anything to do with the set-up of the Finn’s Formula 1 car
Felipe Massa reckons Kimi Raikkonen’s struggles compared to Ferrari team-mate Fernando Alonso this season are more psychological than anything to do with the set-up of the Finn’s Formula 1 car
Marussia looks set to join Caterham in missing the United States Grand Prix after Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone said on Saturday neither team would travel to Austin
Caterham is now almost certain to miss the United States and Brazilian Grands Prix as its administrators focus on finding a new buyer for the Formula 1 team
Daniil Kvyat says he will not alter his approach to Formula 1 when he graduates from Toro Rosso to Red Bull next season
Jenson Button says he would not be scared of being Fernando Alonso’s team-mate in Formula 1, should they end up paired at McLaren next year
The Caterham Formula 1 team is now effectively being run by administrators, after its current management team agreed to step back
The FIA has ruled out asking Formula 1′s top teams to run a third car this season, despite growing doubts about grid numbers at the end of the 2014 campaign
Lotus said European Formula 3 champion Esteban Ocon performed “exceptionally” as he made his Formula 1 test debut in a 2012 car at Valencia
Adderly Fong and Roy Nissany both successfully completed their first Formula 1 tests with Sauber at Valencia this week
Tony Fernandes claims that the Caterham Formula 1 team’s new owner is entirely responsible for its current problems
Caterham’s Formula 1 chief Colin Kolles says he has done all he can to try to save the team, admitting that its fate is now in the hands of administrators
Caterham’s new buyer insists it has fulfilled all its conditions to purchase the Formula 1 team from Tony Fernandes, as a dispute rages over ownership of the outfit
Caterham is now facing a battle to make it to the next Formula 1 race after administrators locked staff out of the team’s Leafield factory on Thursday
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Mercedes’ Formula 1 title success this year has served to fire up his team to do better in 2015, rather than leaving it depressed
Caterham’s new chiefs have warned they could be forced to turn their back on the Formula 1 team amid mounting frustrations over the actions of former boss Tony Fernandes
The Lotus Formula 1 team expects Romain Grosjean will stay with the squad in 2015, although a new deal has not yet been finalised
McLaren chief Ron Dennis believes customer teams will never be able to win a Formula 1 championship under the current engine regulations
Caterham’s immediate future in Formula 1 team is not threatened by the Caterham Sports Limited (CSL) company going in to administration, senior management sources insist
The British Racing Drivers’ Club has taken over the day-to-day running of Silverstone after three senior executives were suspended amid a major management restructuring at the Formula 1 venue
Former world champion Alain Prost has warned Mercedes that its domination of Formula 1 could end as early as next year
Former Formula 1 team bosses Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali, plus GPDA president Alex Wurz, have joined the FIA Accident Panel that will investigate Jules Bianchi’s Japanese Grand Prix crash
The Ferrari Formula 1 team insists Kimi Raikkonen’s form is improving, despite continuing a run of disappointing results at the Russian Grand Prix
The Lotus Formula 1 team will experiment running without the unique twin-tusk nose on the E22 during free practice for the United States Grand Prix
Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon says his team owes it to Jules Bianchi to do all it can to defend its position in the Formula 1 world championship