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Circuit of the Americas chairman Bobby Epstein has hailed the United States Grand Prix as ‘a great success’, although he believes a touch of Hollywood glamour would serve Formula One well.
In-form Lewis Hamilton led a truncated Formula One field at the end of the first practice session ahead of this weekend’s United States Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo is ready for the role of team leader at Red Bull, after a superb season that has seen him outperform reigning World Champion Sebastian Vettel.
Lewis Hamilton broached the subject that may yet tarnish the crown of the 2014 world champion —the absurd double points to be awarded at the last race in Abu Dhabi.
I have had an amazingly happy time since the last race in Russia. It was there that Mercedes won the constructors’ championship for the first time – a historic moment for everyone concerned.
The FIA has decided not to penalise Caterham and Marussia for their absence from this weekend’s United States Grand Prix. Both teams were given dispensation after falling into administration.
FIA president Jean Todt is fuming that Caterham and Marussia have gone into administration after his proposal for a budget cap was rejected by the major marques earlier this year.
Lewis Hamilton believes there is room for Formula One to prosper in the USA, praising their sporting fans as some of the most passionate he has ever seen.
Marussia driver Jules Bianchi remains ‘critical but stable’ in hospital following his horrific accident at the Japanese Grand Prix on October 5, his family said on Thursday.
Sebastian Vettel has indicated hopes of being released early from his Red Bull contract were blocked by the team. The four-time Formula One champion will link up with Ferrari next season.
Sebastian Vettel feels it will be ‘a shame’ if he is unable to run in qualifying ahead of Sunday’s United States Grand Prix but admits his hands are tied by the regulations.
There are just three races remaining in the Formula One season. Next up for the drivers is the US Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas in Texas. Here, Sportsmail gives you the lowdown on the track.
There are just three races remaining in the Formula One season. Next up for the drivers is the US Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas in Texas. Here, Sportsmail gives you the lowdown on the track.
A trio of Formula One’s old stars have criticised Bernie Ecclestone’s controversial double-points system for the final Grand Prix this year.
As Marussia follow Caterham into administration, former FIA president Max Mosley has warned that the two Formula One teams ‘may not be the last’ to struggle in the face of high costs.
Marussia have become the second Formula One team in a matter of days to be placed in administration and will miss the US Grand Prix in Texas this weekend.
Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that Formula One’s teams have signed contracts agreeing to help competitors which get into financial trouble by supplying a car to them.
The struggling Caterham and Marussia Formula One teams will both miss next week’s US Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, the sport’s commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed.
The administrator overseeing the crisis at Caterham fears the team will not be competing in next weekend’s United States Grand Prix.
Caterham’s hopes of being on the grid for next weekend’s grand prix in the United States were dealt a further blow on Thursday.
Gene Haas is confident he can avoid the “mistakes” he feels have been made by other new teams ahead of entering Formula One in 2016.
A French physician who treated Michael Schumacher for nearly six months after the Formula One champion struck his head in a ski accident says he is no longer in a coma.
Tony Fernandes faces legal action by the current ‘owners’ of Caterham as the Formula One team stand on the brink of going out of business.
Daniel Ricciardo feels team-mate and four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel’s desire for a new challenge was the driving force behind his decision to quit Red Bull for Ferrari at the end of the season.
Formula One title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are adamant nothing changes between themselves in the wake of Mercedes being crowned constructors’ champions.
Sam Michael is to leave his role as sporting director at McLaren at the end of the current campaign. The 43-year-old Australian has spent 21 years in Formula One.
Formula One driver Sergio Perez is confident of following in the footsteps of team-mate Nico Hulkenberg in being kept on by Force India for the 2015 season, despite no word on his future so far.
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Ross Brawn, Emerson Fittipaldi and Stefano Domenicali are just three of the high-profile names on a 10-strong FIA Accident Panel formed in the wake of Jules Bianchi’s horrific crash.
Nico Hulkenberg has been retained by Force India for the 2015 Formula One season. Hailed as a ‘true racer’ and a motivator by team principal Vijay Mallya, Hulkenberg has enjoyed a strong season.
Jenson Button’s manager has hinted that the 2009 world champion is ready to turn his back on Formula One. McLaren are openly pursuing a reunion with Fernando Alonso.
Pirelli has opted to alter its tyre choice for the upcoming Brazilian Grand Prix after the original decision was branded as ‘dangerous’ by Felipe Massa.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel have called on tyre manufacturer Pirelli to improve the performance of their wet-weather tyre in order to make Formula One safer.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel have called on tyre manufacturer Pirelli to improve the performance of their wet-weather tyre in order to make Formula One safer.
With the Italian team starved of success for the last six campaigns, new chairman Sergio Marchionne is willing to do whatever it takes to return Ferrari to former glories.
Tyre manufacturer Pirelli may yet change its thinking over the tyre choice for the forthcoming Brazilian Grand Prix, but not as a consequence of Felipe Massa’s ‘dangerous’ comments.
Ferrari have ended speculation surrounding Fernando Alonso’s future – with their outgoing president confirming he will cut short his contract at the end of the season.
Ferrari have ended speculation surrounding Fernando Alonso’s future – with their outgoing president confirming he will cut short his contract at the end of the season.
Lewis Hamilton has hailed the past two years as the best of his life after concluding two days of celebrations with everyone at Mercedes following their success in winning the F1 constructors’ title.
British-based Marussia have said they are ‘shocked’ ‘angered’ and ‘deeply saddened’ by claims they contributed to Jules Bianchi’s life-threatening crash at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Brazilian driver Felipe Massa criticised Pirelli for choosing medium and hard tyres for the Grand Prix at Interlagos .
It is nine days since Bianchi sustained brain injuries following an horrific accident during the Japanese Grand Prix and the 25-year-old remains in a critical condition in hospital.
It is nine days since Bianchi sustained brain injuries following an horrific accident during the Japanese Grand Prix and the 25-year-old remains in a critical condition in hospital.
It is nine days since Bianchi sustained brain injuries following an horrific accident during the Japanese Grand Prix and the 25-year-old remains in a critical condition in hospital.
The latest triumph for British engineering — Mercedes’ clinching of the Formula One world constructors’ championship — will earn each of the team’s 700 staff a bonus of at least £10,000.
The latest triumph for British engineering — Mercedes’ clinching of the Formula One world constructors’ championship — will earn each of the team’s 700 staff a bonus of at least £10,000.
Prost’s countryman Bianchi remains in a grave condition at the Mie University Hospital after his Marussia ploughed into the back of a recovery vehicle during the closing stages of the rain-lashed race.
A host of Formula One drivers managed to find time to relax during their flight back from the inaugural Russian Grand Prix on Sunday after a tough week for the F1 world.
A host of Formula One drivers managed to find time to relax during their flight back from the inaugural Russian Grand Prix on Sunday after a tough week for the F1 world.
Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso gave a teasing hint about his Formula One future by saying the decision would seem obvious once announced and he was unlikely to drive for a Mercedes-powered team.