Jean-Eric Vergne will join Ferrari’s Formula 1 test roster for 2015, with the ex-Toro Rosso racer focusing on simulator work for the Italian team
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff believes the day of Formula 1 teams having a single boss are now over
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff believes the day of Formula 1 teams having a single boss are now over
Ron Dennis says he will not be content with the revived McLaren-Honda partnership simply winning grands prix and instead wants to dominate Formula 1 as the team did in 1988
Bernie Ecclestone has regained his position on the board of Formula 1′s management group, while ex-Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has also been handed a renewed position
Red Bull boss Christian Horner reckons his team’s achievements in finishing a distant runner-up to Mercedes in 2014 arguably eclipse its run of four consecutive Formula 1 world titles
Force India technical director Andrew Green reckons his Formula 1 team should be able to fight with Williams in 2015, thanks to planned improvements to its engine and aerodynamic testing
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says resolving Formula 1′s cost crisis will be tough because fixing one area can have knock-on effects, as teams begin a crunch meeting
Romain Grosjean says Lotus has learned from the mistakes it made during a terrible 2014 Formula 1 season
Former Bridgestone Formula 1 tyre chief Hirohide Hamashima will leave Ferrari at the end of 2014, as the Scuderia continues a major restructure in the wake of a disappointing season
The Mercedes Formula 1 team will not be able to maintain its present level of dominance of the sport for a prolonged period, argues Williams performance chief Rob Smedley
As Ferrari dispenses with Pat Fry and Nicolas Tombazis following its winless 2014 Formula 1 season, AUTOSPORT analyses what’s gone wrong at the Scuderia and whether changes will work
The Red Bull Formula 1 team has recovered some of the trophies stolen from its factory earlier this month
The Red Bull Formula 1 team has recovered some of the trophies stolen from its factory earlier this month
Ferrari engineering director Pat Fry and chief designer Nikolas Tombazis will leave the Formula 1 team amid a restructure of the outfit
New Toro Rosso team manager Graham Watson will take on an expanded role within the Formula 1 team following the departure of sporting director Steve Nielsen to rival squad Williams
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Adrian Newey’s “diminished” role within the Formula 1 team does not mean he has fallen out of love with the sport
New Ferrari reserve driver Esteban Gutierrez says his former team Sauber’s lack of competitiveness in Formula 1 this season “caught everyone by surprise”
Ex-Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso believes his former team will perform strongly in Formula 1 next season, despite struggling badly in 2014
Esteban Gutierrez will become test and reserve driver for the Ferrari Formula 1 team next season, after losing his seat at Sauber
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were banned from speaking to their Mercedes Formula 1 team in the immediate fall out of their Belgian Grand Prix crash, this week’s AUTOSPORT reveals
The Williams team has appointed Formula 1 stalwart Steve Nielsen as its sporting manager
Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton added another accolade to his 2014 season by winning the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award on Sunday
Recent Formula 1 debutant Will Stevens has joined the list of star guests for AUTOSPORT International 2015
Kimi Raikkonen says he expected to endure a difficult 2014 Formula 1 season after rejoining Ferrari from Lotus
Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne urged his Formula 1 personnel not to “fear change” as he emphasised his faith in new team boss Maurizio Arrivabene at the squad’s Christmas event
Mercedes says turmoil at its rivals has left it less worried about being able to defend its Formula 1 world championship success in the 2015 season
McLaren has become the first Formula 1 team to announce that its 2015 car has passed all the FIA’s mandatory crash tests
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier reckons his Formula 1 team will face a challenge in managing new signing Fernando Alonso’s expectations
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says his Formula 1 team has implemented a recovery plan to fix the issues it suffered with its new Honda engine in post-season testing
Steve Nielsen has left his role as sporting director at the Toro Rosso Formula 1 team
Lewis Hamilton has topped AUTOSPORT’s Formula 1 team principals’ top 10 drivers poll for 2014
Watch Lewis Hamilton reflect on his fraught 2014 Formula 1 rivalry with Nico Rosberg as he collected his pair of AUTOSPORT Awards
Fernando Alonso says that he has returned to McLaren to finish the job he started in 2007, having described that year as the lowest point of his Formula 1 career
McLaren boss Ron Dennis says he feels no need to apologise for the delay in deciding between Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen as Fernando Alonso’s 2015 Formula 1 team-mate
Jenson Button says it was worth the wait to re-sign for McLaren for the 2015 Formula 1 season
McLaren will retain Jenson Button alongside Fernando Alonso for the 2015 Formula 1 season
Fernando Alonso believes that his five years with Ferrari were the best of his Formula 1 career, despite failing to add to his collection of two world titles
Newly promoted Red Bull Formula 1 driver Daniil Kvyat says he does not really care about the lack of points he scored during his rookie season with Toro Rosso
Nico Hulkenberg is adamant that he has not missed the boat in landing a drive with a top Formula 1 team
Red Bull fears that it will not be able to close the gap to Mercedes in 2015 – and is worried its Formula 1 rival could be even further ahead
Jenson Button appeared on stage to make a presentation at the AUTOSPORT Awards, but beforehand he was asked about the latest on his future in Formula 1
Double Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton says August’s controversial Belgian Grand Prix was the key turning point in his title-winning season
The FIA is facing a challenge over Formula 1′s engine freeze, as some teams believe there is a loophole in the 2015 regulations that could hand them extra development time
Jenson Button says the McLaren Formula 1 team’s ongoing indecision over its 2015 driver line-up is “strange”
The Lotus Formula 1 team is targeting fighting with Williams when it makes its own switch from Renault to Mercedes engines next season
Lewis Hamilton says the next target in his Formula 1 career is to emulate the achievements of his hero Ayrton Senna
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone says he is disappointed in Sebastian Vettel for the way he behaved during his difficult 2014 campaign
Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton will find out on Sunday night if he has capped his year with more success at the AUTOSPORT Awards
Fernando Alonso says the decision to split with Ferrari and join Formula 1 rival McLaren next season was “very difficult”