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Kamui Kobayashi will keep his Caterham Formula 1 race seat for this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix, while Roberto Merhi gets another outing in Friday practice
Daniel Ricciardo believes the remaining 2014 grands prix will prove whether he is actually faster than Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel, now Formula 1′s reigning champion is back on form
Jenson Button reckons Honda will need an experienced driver in order to get the best from its new engine when it rejoins Formula 1 next season
Williams believes aerodynamic upgrades plus recent operational success, combined with circuits that should suit its 2014 Formula 1 car, should help carry the fight to Ferrari in the world championship
Caterham believes a new front wing that it will bring to the Japanese Grand Prix should lift it clear of main Formula 1 rival Marussia
Kevin Magnussen says he really wants to continue driving for the McLaren Formula 1 team next season, but cannot waste time worrying about ongoing uncertainty over his future
Max Verstappen will have his first official Formula 1 race weekend outing at the Japanese Grand Prix, with Toro Rosso confirming he will drive in first free practice
Fernando Alonso is confident the Ferrari Formula 1 team will overhaul rival Williams for third place in the constructors’ championship before the 2014 season ends
Jenson Button says McLaren is bracing itself for a ‘tricky’ time at the Japanese Grand Prix, with the Suzuka circuit’s high-speed swoops not ideal for its 2014 Formula 1 car
Mercedes admits Formula 1 rivals Red Bull and Ferrari got closer on raw pace than it expected at the Singapore Grand Prix but expects to pull away again elsewhere
Nico Rosberg’s retirement from the Singapore Grand Prix was caused by a freak substance contamination creating an electronics short circuit in his Mercedes Formula 1 car, AUTOSPORT has learned
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci says it is too early to know how recent management changes at the top of the company will affect his Formula 1 team
The study that has begun into ways of making Formula 1 cars more challenging to drive follows ongoing complaints about them being too easy at the moment
Formula 1 chiefs have begun a study to look at ways of making grand prix cars more challenging to drive in the future.
Marcus Ericsson looks set to remain in Formula 1 with Caterham next year, with the team eager to keep the Swedish driver after his strong performance in Singapore.
A broken seal on a radiator that channelled hot air into his cockpit caused McLaren Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen’s problems at the Singapore Grand Prix, AUTOSPORT has learned
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier thinks it is already too late for Formula 1 teams to add third cars in 2015 even if it was demanded of them
Jenson Button says the recent tendency among some Formula 1 teams to use radio to coach their drivers during track sessions has annoyed him
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone says the easiest way to bring down grand prix ticket prices is for teams to accept less commercial rights income
Sebastian Vettel now has no doubt that his driving style simply does not suit the characteristics of the 2014 Red Bull Formula 1 car
Sebastian Vettel now has no doubt that his driving style simply does not suit the characteristics of the 2014 Red Bull Formula 1 car
Red Bull has no doubt that the performance gap to Mercedes is closing, but doubts it will overcome Formula 1′s dominant benchmark team before 2014 is over
Red Bull junior team boss Helmut Marko has likened the abilities of new Toro Rosso Formula 1 signing Max Verstappen to those of the late Ayrton Senna
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has warned that relaxing Formula 1′s engine freeze regulations could have unintended negative consequences.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has warned that relaxing Formula 1′s engine freeze regulations could have unintended negative consequences.
Ferrari is accustomed to batting away rampant speculation about Fernando Alonso’s Formula 1 future, but its relationship with the Spaniard has reached a defining moment.
Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley hailed his Formula 1 team for the “outrageous” courage it showed helping Sergio Perez rescue a seventh-placed finish from the Singapore Grand Prix.
Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley hailed his Formula 1 team for the “outrageous” courage it showed helping Sergio Perez rescue a seventh-placed finish from the Singapore Grand Prix.
Performance chief Rob Smedley reckons the way the Williams Formula 1 team operated in the Singapore Grand Prix is the best he’s seen since he joined the squad.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says his Formula 1 team has no obvious explanation as to why Kevin Magnussen suffered heat issues in the cockpit during the Singapore Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg’s problems in the Singapore Grand Prix showed how hard it is going to be to manage a Formula 1 team radio clampdown next year, says his Mercedes team
Nico Rosberg’s problems in the Singapore Grand Prix showed how hard it is going to be to manage a Formula 1 team radio clampdown next year, says his Mercedes team
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says he had no qualms about Sebastian Vettel taking points off Daniel Ricciardo in the Singapore Grand Prix, despite its potential title implications
Lewis Hamilton insists he takes no relief from snatching the Formula 1 world championship lead from Nico Rosberg with his victory in the Singapore Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen says the Ferrari Formula 1 team is being compromised by its car’s weakness in the slipstream of rivals
Felipe Massa says he drove “like a grandmother” in order to keep his Williams Formula 1 car’s tyres alive long enough to finish fifth in the Singapore Grand Prix
Felipe Massa says he drove “like a grandmother” in order to keep his Williams Formula 1 car’s tyres alive long enough to finish fifth in the Singapore Grand Prix
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff says his team risks having the shine taken off its Formula 1 success this year if the battle between its drivers is decided by reliability
McLaren believes that Formula 1 rival Red Bull used coded radio messages during the Singapore Grand Prix to help Daniel Ricciardo finish on the podium
Valtteri Bottas thinks his Williams Formula 1 car’s steering problem was to blame for his tyres tipping over the edge on the final lap of the Singapore Grand Prix
Daniel Ricciardo’s hopes of overhauling Red Bull Formula 1 team-mate Sebastian Vettel in the Singapore Grand Prix were hindered by a battery problem on his car
The Mercedes Formula 1 team says a broken wiring loom inside the steering column was to blame for Nico Rosberg’s retirement at the Singapore Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso believes the timing of the safety car cost him a potential Singapore Grand Prix podium finish, rather than any strategic error by his Ferrari Formula 1 team
Post-race press conference after the Singapore Grand Prix, with winner Lewis Hamilton and Red Bull duo Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo
Kevin Magnussen required medical attention for burns following the Singapore Grand Prix due to an unexplained heat build-up in his McLaren Formula 1 car’s cockpit.
Sebastian Vettel declared himself surprised by Lewis Hamilton’s assertive choice of passing move in their Singapore Grand Prix victory battle
Lewis Hamilton claimed the lead of the Formula 1 world championship by dominating the Singapore Grand Prix, as Mercedes team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg retired with technical problems.
Nico Rosberg has urged his Mercedes Formula 1 team to sort out its reliability after retiring form the Singapore Grand Prix
Felipe Massa says the Williams Formula 1 team’s return to form on Saturday at the Singapore Grand Prix was down to it getting on top of tyre temperature problems
Sebastian Vettel thinks his Red Bull Formula 1 car was good enough to deliver pole position at the Singapore Grand Prix.