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Bernie Ecclestone says the solution to F1 s current financial problems for smaller teams is a change of engine or Mercedes reducing the cost of its power unit
Counting down the top ten F1 drivers from the 2014 season as voted for by Crash.net readers…
Ron Dennis believes McLaren’s partnership with Honda will allow the team to promote its young drivers in to F1 race seats in coming seasons
In her latest Crash.net column, Kate Walker looks at the changes at Ferrari and why the addition of new sponsors yesterday could be part of a bigger long-term goal
Pat Fry and Nikolas Tombazis will leave Ferrari after the team announced a restructuring by new team principal Maurizio Arrivabene
Police have found a number of F1 trophies stole from Red Bull a week ago, with around 20 recovered from a lake in Berkshire
Ferrari has announced a sponsorship deal with the Mexican based America Movil group following the recruitment of Esteban Gutierrez
Kevin Magnussen admits it has been difficult to take being dropped by McLaren after one year of racing for the team
Counting down the top ten F1 drivers from the 2014 season as voted for by Crash.net readers…
Christian Horner says Red Bull is determined to catch Mercedes this winter to really give them a hard time
Esteban Gutierrez has joined Ferrari as the team’s test and reserve driver after leaving Sauber
Daniel Ricciardo believes Sebastian Vettel was keen to move to Ferrari because winning his fifth title with a different team will be more satisfying that doing it at Red Bull
Daniel Ricciardo reflects on his debut season with Red Bull, picking out his favourite victory of the year and admitting he never expected to have it so good
Robin Frijns has officially parted company with the Caterham F1 Team, with his contract having expired on Monday
Counting down the top ten F1 drivers from the 2014 season as voted for by Crash.net readers…
Lewis Hamilton says he sees himself doing “another seven years in F1” off the back of his second drivers’ championship
Williams has appointed Steve Nielsen as sporting manager, with Nielsen joining from Toro Rosso with immediate effect
Lewis Hamilton has been named BBC Sports Personality of the Year after a vote by the British public on Sunday night
F1 ‘old boy’ David Coulthard overcame the challenge of motorsport’s young chargers to claim a first Race of Champions crown for the UK….
Toro Rosso’s James Key believes that revised regulations will lead to more attractive F1 cars next season, even if it means more work for the design teams.
It may have fallen short of its target in the F1 constructors’ championship this season, but Toro Rosso team boss Franz Tost insists 2014 has still been a good year.
Ron Dennis is looking to follow up his return as CEO of the McLaren F1 team by mounting a bid to become the majority shareholder of the Woking operation.
Franz Tost expects Daniil Kvyat to shine next season at Red Bull Racing alongside fellow Toro Rosso graduate Daniel Ricciardo
Bernie Ecclestone has revealed the Korean Grand Prix was only included on the 2015 F1 calendar for legal reasons and that the organisers do not want it to happen
It’s that time again, when we reveal who you voted as the sexiest motorsport babe for November 2014…
Toro Rosso’s Max Verstappen has revealed the permanent race number he will carry throughout his Formula 1 career
McLaren has confirmed that its 2015 F1 car has passed the mandatory crash tests required by the FIA
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier believes Kevin Magnussen will be well-placed to get an F1 drive with another team in 2016
Jenson Button has revealed that his new deal with McLaren is for more than one year and that a multi-year agreement was “a must” for both him and the team
Fernando Alonso faces the press at McLaren headquarters in Woking after his return to the team alongside Jenson Button is confirmed
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Ron Dennis said Lewis Hamilton was a major part of the reason for the falling out between Fernando Alonso and McLaren in 2007
Fernando Alonso and Ron Dennis say they both feel they have unfinished business working together at McLaren
McLaren-Honda’s confirmation of Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso provisionally completes the 2015 F1 grid
Jenson Button says he is “absolutely raring to go” as a McLaren-Honda driver and says he was inspired by Alain Prost in the past
Fernando Alonso says he is returning to McLaren to be able to follow in the footsteps of his “idol” Ayrton Senna, and says he is willing to wait for success with the team
McLaren has announced that Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button will drive for the team in 2015, with Kevin Magnussen losing his race seat
McLaren could finally announce its 2015 driver line-up at an important event at the team s headquarters on Thursday
In her latest column for Crash.net, Kate Walker explains just why the expected new chairman on the F1 board looks to be the perfect fit
Felipe Nasr admits he wanted to stay at Williams but couldn’t pass up the opportunity of a race seat with Sauber in 2015
Felipe Massa says the way Williams finished 2014 has left him hopeful of a title challenge next season
Toto Wolff says the 2014 F1 season has been remarkable for Mercedes after it dominated to win both the drivers and constructors championships
Bernie Ecclestone says the way former world champions Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso have acted this season has “disappointed” him
Kimi Raikkonen says there are “many reasons” why Fernando Alonso had the better of him at Ferrari this season
BRDC Formula 4 champion George Russell will test for McLaren after winning the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award on Sunday night
Daniel Ricciardo believes his light-hearted approach to F1 is the best way of dealing with the “intense” nature of the sport
In his latest Crash.net feature, Will Saunders looks at six drivers following in their father’s footsteps who failed to make their mark in F1
Lewis Hamilton believes that, the harder he has to work for F1 championships, the more they come to mean to him.
Will Stevens says his focus over the winter will be on earning a race seat with either Caterham or Marussia should they return to the grid in 2015
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo admits that 2014 was his most enjoyable in a race car, with each F1 outing raising him to new heights of excitement.