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Daniel Ricciardo is keen for Red Bull to be the lead team chasing Mercedes at this weekend’s Chinese Grand Prix
Williams could be hampered by forecast wet weather during qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix this weekend after similar struggles in Australia and Malaysia
The venue for Michael Schumacher’s last F1 win, but Red Bull and Nico Rosberg’s first, the Chinese Grand Prix has had its fair share of moments…
Toto Wolff admits success is now an expectation at Mercedes, such is its advantage over the rest of the F1 field at present
Lewis Hamilton admits it “would be incredible” if he were to win three grands prix in a row for the first time in his career
Jenson Button has said McLaren will have a ‘point to prove’ in the 2014 F1 Chinese Grand Prix this weekend.
Gene Haas has confirmed he wants to get an F1 experienced driver on board to help them learn the ropes when the new US-based team enters the sport.
Fernando Alonso says he is not satisfied with two world championships and remains “hungry for victories” after Ferrari’s poor start to the season
Gene Haas outlines how he plans to bring an American team into F1 and how they have already had preliminary talks with Dallara
Haas Formula will decide within the next 4-6 weeks or so whether or not it will enter F1 in either 2015 or 2016.
Singapore Airlines has signed an agreement to be the title sponsor of the Singapore Grand Prix.
Red Bull says it ‘accepts the ruling of the International Court of Appeal’, but is ‘disappointed by the outcome’.
Red Bull’s appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix has been rejected by the FIA International Court of Appeal
Red Bull is likely to learn the outcome of its appeal on Tuesday following the conclusion of proceedings in Paris, with Mercedes calling for an additional suspended penalty
Bob Bell is to leave Mercedes at the end of November this year after resigning from his position of technical director
Vijay Mallya says it has been “the dream start” Force India was hoping for to the 2014 season and is confident the team can score more podiums
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says Stefano Domenicali has put the team’s interests in front of his own by stepping down as team principal
Ferrari has named Marco Mattiacci as its new team principal after Stefano Domenicali resigned from the role
Stefano Domenicali has stepped down as Ferrari team principal following a poor start to the 2014 season
Mercedes is seeking an increased sanction for Red Bull during the appeal over Daniel Ricciardo s exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix
With the F1 calendar continuing to expand to every corner of the earth, Will Saunders recalls a failed venture to capitalise on the sport’s popularity in Japan
Red Bull’s appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix has begun at the FIA’s headquarters in Paris
Christian Horner believes Red Bull has “a very strong case” ahead of its appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo promises that difficult decisions will be taken if it aids the team’s return to the top of the F1 tree.
Former FIA president Max Mosley insists that switching to greener technology was a must for the future of F1, no matter how unpopular it appears.
Former FIA president Max Mosley insists that switching to greener technology was a must for the future of F1, no matter how unpopular it appears.
McLaren CEO Ron Dennis has said the Woking-based team ‘must’ end the season with some victories.
Lotus F1 technical chief Nick Chester continues to talk optimistically about the team’s current car, even though gremlins continue to compromise its performance.
Catch up on the latest instalment of Red Bull Racing’s guide to F1….
Without a point in three rounds of the 2014 F1 world championship, Lotus is concentrating on short-term improvements and not thinking about the podium.
A look at the hardest braking point at the Shanghai International Circuit, home of the 2014 F1 Chinese Grand Prix…
Pastor Maldonado says Lotus F1 will be ‘better placed for a more progressive approach to the race weekend’ in China following his finish at the BIC
Daniel Ricciardo believes he has nothing personally to lose when Red Bull’s appeal against his exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix is heard on Monday
Esteban Gutierrez will use a new chassis in the Chinese Grand Prix next weekend, Sauber has confirmed.
Adrian Sutil says the Chinese Grand Prix should be a positive one for Sauber and that the layout of the Shanghai International Circuit will be a ‘good fit’ for the team’s C33.
World Motor Sport Council confirms amendments to Formula E calendar; validates entry list and issues preliminary sporting regulations.
Caterham F1 man Marcus Ericsson out to repeat the sort of performance he displayed at Sepang and finish the flyaways positively in China next weekend
It’s that time again, when we reveal who you voted as the sexiest motorsport babe for March 2014…
McLaren boss Ron Dennis has confirmed it was his decision to promote Kevin Magnussen this season and give the Dane his chance at the pinnacle of the sport.
FIA confirms meeting to take place on May 1 to ‘clarify the means to achieve a substantial F1 Team cost reduction’.
Pirelli confirms its tyre nominations for the next three races following the Chinese Grand Prix
A new US-based racing team is confirmed as heading to Formula 1, after Gene Haas announced on Friday that his bid for an FIA licence has been accepted.
Lotus man Romain Grosjean believes the Enstone outfit still has time to turn it around and do well in F1 2014
In her latest exclusive column for Crash.net, Kate Walker explains while Jean Todt’s desire to achieve rule by consensus is admirable, but not really the best way to get things done in F1…
Pastor Maldonado refuses to accept the blame for his clash with Esteban Gutierrez in Bahrain, insists it was a ‘misunderstanding from both sides’
Eric Boullier says there are a lot of areas that McLaren can work on and improve and he believes the gap to Mercedes is not insurmountable
Kamui Kobayashi looking for better race in China, says the Caterham F1 team is working as hard as possible to achieve that.
Kamui Kobayashi looking for better race in China, says the Caterham F1 team is working as hard as possible to achieve that.
Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley says it would be bad for the sport if Red Bull’s appeal over Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion is upheld
3D animation showing how the new Mercedes-Benz PU106A Hybrid Power Unit works…