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Manor has passed the mandatory FIA safety checks and are now cleared to race at the Formula 1 season opener in Melbourne next week
Pastor Maldonado believes Lotus can put itself in a position to get amongst the chasing pack ahead of the 2015 F1 opener in Australia
Manor’s sporting director Graeme Lowdon says there is no timetable for the new 2015 Formula 1 car, but it is unlikely to race at the early flyaway rounds
Crash.net has complied a gallery of the best images from Formula 1 pre-season testing
Giedo van der Garde is to start legal proceedings against the Sauber Formula 1 team, claiming he was unfairly dismissed by the Swiss team last year
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene wants Formula 1 to support new teams to bolster the grid numbers rather than adopt a three car team format
Michelin says it turned down the chance to return to Formula 1 after rejecting the request to produce degrading tyres to spice up the racing
Williams has announced a multiple-year deal with BT, which will see the communications company’s logos on the FW37 headrests
The Manor F1 Team will be present at next weekend’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
The Manor F1 Team will be present at next weekend’s season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
Lotus technical director Nick Chester says the E23 Hybrid’s steadiness in cornering has enabled the team to make big steps forward
Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli has announced its compound choices for the first four races of the 2015 season
Remi Taffin admits Renault’s focus on reliability has come at the expense of knowing exactly where it stands inn terms of pure performance
Toro Rosso rookie Carlos Sainz Jr sits down with Crash.net to discuss his F1 chance, hopes for the season and the influence of rally legend father
Carlos Sainz: “If I wanted to have just a small chance of getting in to F1, the only small chance by getting it was by winning a championship.
Sergio Perez admits he got into a car too soon after his sizeable crash at Monaco in 2011, sympathises with Fernando Alonso.
Williams’ Pat Symonds says F1 needs ‘little teams’ as Manor-Marussia looks set to return to the grid for the opening round in Australia.
Full laps and kilometres completed by the drivers and teams during 12 days of pre-season F1 testing in Jerez and at the Circuit de Catalunya
Mick Schumacher, son of Michael Schumacher, has signed to drive in the ADAC Formula 4 series in Germany with Van Amersfoort Racing
Fernando Alonso admits it will be hard to miss the Australian Grand Prix, the opening round of the 2015 Formula 1 World Championship season.
Fernando Alonso admits it will be hard to miss the Australian Grand Prix, the opening round of the 2015 Formula 1 World Championship season.
Twelve months after finishing on the podium in his maiden F1 race, Kevin Magnussen will return to McLaren at the 2015 Australian Grand Prix.
McLaren-Honda confirms Fernando Alonso will miss the opening round of the 2015 Formula 1 World Championship on the medical advice of his doctors
Max Verstappen feels Toro Rosso made the most steps forward out of all the Formula 1 teams thanks to its new package used at the final pre-season test
Susie Wolff has been handed a second full day of testing in the Williams FW37 after the Austrian Grand Prix in June along with two FP1 sessions at the Spanish and British GPs
Red Bull says it considers its F1 pre-season testing programme as a ‘success’ despite giving relatively little away about its ultimate pace.
Kevin Magnussen admits McLaren’s decision to choose Jenson Button over himself for a 2015 race seat hit him hard.
Felipe Nasr notches up an impressive 300 laps in just two days during the final pre-season F1 test and is now confident his Sauber has point-scoring potential
The FIA confirms its ban on ‘substantial’ helmet design changes for the 2015 F1 season in its latest draft of the sporting regulations
Crash.net’s team in the F1 paddock bring you some of the stories and rumours that have been bubbling behind the scenes during 2015 F1 pre-season testing
Full combined results from four days of pre-season 2015 F1 testing at the Circuit de Catalunya (Test 2 – 26 February-1 March)
Red Bull retires its testing-only camouflage livery as it reveals the racing version of its RB11 ahead of the Australian Grand Prix
Toto Wolff is refusing to get carried away about Mercedes’ pre-season form ahead of the 2015 F1 season, but admits he is ‘optimistic’.
Despite missing almost the entire morning of the final day of pre-season testing, Daniel Ricciardo thinks Red Bull is ready for the 2015 season
McLaren-Honda ends pre-season testing with just 380 laps under its belt over 12 days – an average of just 32 laps per day.
Sergio Perez believes Force India will lack race pace in the opening two Formula 1 rounds but is confident in the direction the team is moving
Though he dismisses Mercedes as having a big advantage, Sebastian Vettel is confident Ferrari has the pace to battle Williams and Red Bull
Nico Rosberg focuses on set-up work on the medium tyres, but remains the quickest driver of all as F1 pre-season testing comes to a conclusion.
Timesheet topper Valtteri Bottas says he is satisfied with pre-season testing while praising the Williams FW37′s reliability
Valtteri Bottas brings F1 pre-season testing to a close with the fastest time of the day, ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Felipe Nasr.
Full testing times from the third and final F1 test of the 2015 pre-season from the Circuit de Catalunya – Sunday 6pm [Final]
Full testing times from the third and final F1 test of the 2015 pre-season from the Circuit de Catalunya – Sunday 5pm
Full testing times from the third and final F1 test of the 2015 pre-season from the Circuit de Catalunya – Sunday 4pm
Maurizio Arrivabene puts his desire to see F1 engage with its audience better into practice by sitting with them in the stands during testing.
Full testing times from the third and final F1 test of the 2015 pre-season from the Circuit de Catalunya – Sunday 3pm
Valtteri Bottas sets the morning pace for Williams on the final day of F1 testing, but there are more problems for Red Bull and McLaren.
Full testing times from the third and final F1 test of the 2015 pre-season from the Circuit de Catalunya – Sunday 1pm
Kevin Magnussen admits it would be difficult to be called up to replace Fernando Alonso in Australia, but he is prepared nonetheless.
Full testing times from the third and final F1 test of the 2015 pre-season from the Circuit de Catalunya – Sunday 12pm
Maurizio Arrivabene shows he is true to his word that F1 needs to engage with fans more, but engaging with them himself during pre-season testing…