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Romain Grosjean says Lotus’s first top 10 qualifying of the 2014 Formula 1 season owed everything to hard work rather than luck
Williams’s form in qualifying at the Chinese Grand Prix has proved that the team has banished its wet weather Formula 1 woes, claim its drivers
Lewis Hamilton reckons he could have gone even faster in Chinese Grand Prix qualifying, despite taking the 34th pole position of his Formula 1 career by a massive margin
Jenson Button says McLaren’s Q2 exit at the Chinese Grand Prix can be traced back to a lack of downforce
Nico Rosberg has revealed a misleading dashboard readout played a part in qualifying a disappointing fourth for the Chinese Grand Prix
Red Bull suffered a fuel-flow sensor failure on Sebastian Vettel’s car during qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix, AUTOSPORT can reveal
Fernando Alonso says the Ferrari F1 team is homing in on Red Bull Racing after making a step forward with its car in China.
Exclusive interview with McLaren chief Ron Dennis
McLaren is planning to take Formula 1 rival Red Bull to court in its dispute with the team over head of aero Dan Fallows, AUTOSPORT can reveal
Sebastian Vettel admits he “has to do a little better” after being outqualified by new Red Bull Formula 1 team-mate Daniel Ricciardo for the third time this season in China
Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton claimed his third pole position of the 2014 Formula 1 season by setting the pace in qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix
Tweaks to the exhaust systems on Formula 1 cars are being targeted as the best way to improve the engine noise this year
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo recorded the fastest time in a wet practice session on Saturday morning ahead of qualifying for the Formula 1 Chinese Grand Prix
Red Bull has been told to pay full costs from its failed Formula 1 appeal hearing over Daniel Ricciardo’s Australian Grand Prix disqualification.
McLaren’s Jenson Button believes Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo is the only man who has a shot at beating Mercedes in the Chinese Grand Prix.
McLaren’s Jenson Button believes Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo is the only man who has a shot at beating Mercedes in the Chinese Grand Prix.
Formula 1′s big teams are not blind to the financial struggles the smaller outfits are facing, insists Red Bull boss Christian Horner.
Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull’s long-run form, allied to a step forward from Renault, has left him in no doubt that the gap to Formula 1 pacesetter Mercedes is decreasing.
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci thought an initial approach to take the job last week was an April Fool’s joke.
Sergio Perez does not expect Force India to be as competitive in the Chinese Grand Prix as it was last time out in Bahrain, after struggling in free practice
Ferrari’s new team boss Marco Mattiacci says it is too early for the Italian squad to give up on this year’s Formula 1 championship, despite the gap to the leading teams.
Pastor Maldonado has taken responsibility for his crash at the pit entry during free practice for the Chinese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton bounced back from a late start to top Friday’s second free practice session for the Chinese Grand Prix
Formula 1′s big teams should stand up for the smaller outfits in the fight to keep a lid on costs, claims Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn
Fernando Alonso set the early pace for the Ferrari Formula 1 team in the opening practice session for this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix
Formula 1 drivers are in talks to find a collective way to resolve pay disputes with teams, but will not strike over the issue
Pastor Maldonado fears that Formula 1 drivers could get too scared to battle hard wheel-to-wheel if the FIA continues to hand out penalties for racing incidents
Kevin Magnussen says he is finding it difficult to race further down the order in Formula 1, having been a frontrunner during his junior single-seater career
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says his outfit has no choice but to take Formula 1′s fuel sensor readings as gospel from now on – even if it thinks they are wrong
Sebastian Vettel expects a step forward from the Red Bull Formula 1 team in this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix, but accepts Mercedes is out of reach
Jenson Button has revealed an experimental set-up caused the clutch issue that wrecked the McLaren Formula 1 team’s Bahrain Grand Prix
Nico Rosberg says he and Mercedes Formula 1 team-mate Lewis Hamilton plan ‘clear the air’ talks to ensure their fierce Bahrain Grand Prix lead battle did not leave any animosity.
Kimi Raikkonen has admitted Stefano Domenicali’s departure from the Ferrari Formula 1 team took him by a surprise, though he does not think it will disrupt the squad.
Fernando Alonso has yet to speak to new Ferrari Formula 1 team boss Matteo Mattiacci, and says he needs time to judge if the management change will prove a success
Alain Prost says Formula 1 had to change its rules if it was to thrive, as he hit out at the sport’s recent critics
Force India has vowed to keep up the pressure for Formula 1′s governance to be reformed, as it believes the current structure is unacceptable
Formula 1′s top teams have defended their decision to scupper a 2015 cost cap, insisting that it would have been wrong for the sport
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says he will be more involved in the running of the Formula 1 team in order to help new team boss Marco Mattiacci
Rob Smedley says there is “no panic” at Williams, despite missing chances to score podiums in the first three races of the new Formula 1 season.
Rob Smedley says there is “no panic” at Williams, despite missing chances to score podiums in the first three races of the new Formula 1 season.
Juan Pablo Montoya believes new Formula 1 entrant Gene Haas’s plan to run his team from America is “mad”.
Ferrari is showing no signs of easing up in its unhappiness about the new Formula 1, after publishing fresh criticisms of the rules on its website.
The FIA has been warned it risks ‘financial disaster’ for Formula 1 if it does not rethink its decision to abandon a cost cap.
Formula 1 teams are considering lifting the ban on active suspension as part of a move to control costs, AUTOSPORT has learned
The FIA Court of Appeal’s hearing of Red Bull’s attempt to overturn Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix was a test case for Formula 1′s new fuel-efficiency regulations
Red Bull has said it accepts the FIA Court of Appeal’s decision that Daniel Ricciardo exclusion from second place in the Australian Grand Prix will stand.
The FIA Court of Appeal has rejected the Red Bull Formula 1 team’s appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix.
The FIA Court of Appeal has rejected the Red Bull Formula 1 team’s appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix