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McLaren has confirmed that sporting director Sam Michael will be leaving the team at the end of the season
Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley tells Crash.net the team will match Mercedes stance on the engine unfreeze row, but says he is against an engine war
In her latest Crash.net column, Kate Walker looks at the failings of three car manufacturers to promote their brand in F1
The current owners of Caterham have been unable to fund a company associated with the F1 team, according to administrators
Monisha Kaltenborn says this season is an unfair one in which to judge Sauber’s drivers Esteban Gutierrez and Adrian Sutil
Lotus, Romain Grosjean and Eric Boullier have paid tribute to Christophe de Margerie, the chief executive of Total who has been killed in a plane crash at the age of 63
Felipe Massa says his only goal from the final three races of the season is to beat Ferrari in the constructors championship
Former team principals Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali are part of a new FIA Accident Panel which is reviewing Jules Bianchi’s crash in the Japanese Grand Prix
Max Verstappen says he is ignoring any talk about his mental strength ahead of his F1 debut in 2015 as he feels it is “bulls**t”
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says talks are ongoing with potential investors in to the F1 team
Williams development driver Susie Wolff will become the first female driver to compete in the Race of Champions (ROC) this year
For the latest ‘In memory of’ feature, with Bernie Ecclestone hinting at grand prix on The Strip, Will Saunders looks back at the two races previously held in Las Vegas
Robert Kubica says he may undergo more surgery this winter in order to chase his dream of returning to F1
Force India has announced it has retained Nico Hulkenberg for the 2015 season
Jenson Button has thanked fans for their support amid ongoing uncertainty over his F1 future
2014 DTM champion Marco Wittmann is set to test a Toro Rosso F1 car as part of a reward from BMW for his title winning exploits
In the latest of her F1 retrospectives, Kate Walker reviews the brief but stellar career of Algerian-born Guy Moll, who counted Enzo Ferrari amongst his biggest fans.
New Formula Renault 3.5 Champion Carlos Sainz Jr. feels he has done everything he can to secure the newly-available Toro Rosso F1 drive for 2015
Monisha Kaltenborn admits there is “frustration” at Sauber which can be relieved if the team regains ninth in the constructors’ championship
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn talks exclusively to Crash.net about “the worst season” she’s had with the team and her confidence in turning it around
Bernie Ecclestone says he is in talks with Las Vegas about hosting a grand prix on The Strip
Red Bull F1 team boss Christian Horner admits squad is facing the inevitable when it comes to world champion Sebastian Vettel needing to exceed his engine allocation for 2014.
Red Bull F1 team boss Christian Horner admits squad is facing the inevitable when it comes to world champion Sebastian Vettel needing to exceed his engine allocation for 2014.
Force India tells Crash.net it is waiting on Ferrari to finalise its driver line-up before it can confirm Nico Hulkenberg for 2015
Hong Kong native Adderly Fong determined to use Valencia outing as next step on long road to full F1 debut…
Hong Kong native Adderly Fong determined to use Valencia outing as next step on long road to full F1 debut…
In her latest Crash.net column, Kate Walker looks at the uncertainty over alcohol sponsorship and highlights some new avenues F1 teams should be looking at
Former Ferrari race engineer Rob Smedley says Fernando Alonso is “not disruptive at all” after being left surprised by his departure from Ferrari
Pirelli has changed its tyre compound choices for the Brazilian GP after unanimous agreement to switch to softer compounds following Felipe Massa’s claim the hard would be “dangerous”
Kimi Raikkonen has indicated he has an option to stay at Ferrari in 2016 which he is likely to take up
Alain Prost says he was “furious” and “shocked” at the way the FIA handled the situation which led to Jules Bianchi s crash at the Japanese Grand Prix
Alain Prost says he was “furious” and “shocked” at the way the FIA handled the situation which led to Jules Bianchi’s crash at the Japanese Grand Prix
McLaren racing director says the 2015 driver line-up “needs to be boosting the team’s morale” but wants long-term stability
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says an engine unfreeze is important for F1 and requires the teams to look beyond self-interest
The current 2015 F1 driver line-up, with confirmed drives, expected moves and vacant seats…
Fans will get the chance to pose questions to current F1 drivers at an event in Austin ahead of the United States Grand Prix
Nico Rosberg hopes Mercedes’ constructors’ championship success will be the first of many titles for the team
Former Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has confirmed Fernando Alonso will leave the team and given reasons for his departure
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says he hopes to be able to make an announcement over who the team’s 2015 drivers will be before the last race of the season
Caterham clarifies comments made by Kamui Kobayashi that suggested he was forced to retire from the Russian Grand Prix in order to save mileage.
Niki Lauda has urged Mercedes to focus on ensuring both Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg have an equal chance to win the drivers’ title after celebrating its first constructors’ championship
Manfredi Ravetto: We are on a high even if there are a few negative comments or scepticism from some people who would be happy to see us failing…
Manfredi Ravetto: We are on a high even if there are a few negative comments or scepticism from some people who would be happy to see us failing…
Williams head of vehicle performance Rob Smedley believes an engine unfreeze in F1 would lead to status quo at large cost
Lewis Hamilton has described his two years with Mercedes so far as “the best of my life” as the team celebrates its first constructors’ championship
In her latest column for Crash.net, Kate Walker looks at the successes of Sochi and a potentially major gaffe from Bernie Ecclestone
Marussia says it is shocked and angered by incorrect reports regarding Jules Bianchi s accident in the Japanese Grand Prix
Racing director Eric Boullier admits he is starting to believe McLaren can beat Ferrari to fourth in the constructors championship, but says it isn t an explicit target for the team
Racing director Eric Boullier admits he is starting to believe McLaren can beat Ferrari to fourth in the constructors’ championship, but says it isn’t an explicit target for the team
Marussia has issued an update on the condition of Jules Bianchi, saying he remains in a “critical but stable condition” as “the situation remains challenging”