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Max Verstappen will become the youngest ever Formula One driver when the 16-year-old joins Toro Rosso next season.
James Corden gave the fastest interview of his life when he was taken for a spin by Formula One star Lewis Hamilton.
Sixteen-year-old Max Verstappen is set to become the youngest Formula One driver in history after joining Toro Rosso for the 2015 season.
Jenson Button has been soaking up the sun with fiancee Jessica Michibata in Ibiza as he takes a break from the Formula One season.
Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo has hit out at suggestions Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen will leave the team at the end of the season.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff is confident the simmering rivalry between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will not boil over.
Lewis Hamilton has hailed Daniel Ricciardo as one of the best drivers in Formula One at present following his impressive performances this season.
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone is again ready to run Formula One on a full-time basis after ridding himself of what he described as ‘three and a half years of aggravation’.
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone is again ready to run Formula One on a full-time basis after ridding himself of what he described as ‘three and a half years of aggravation’.
Jenson Button finished 11th out of 1,675 entrants in a gruelling triathlon in the Philippines on Sunday. The McLaren driver took part in an Ironman challenge in the city of Cebu and managed to come second in his age group.
Prosecutors say they will end Bernie Ecclestone’s bribery trial in exchange for a £60million payment from the Formula One boss.
A Red Bull Formula One car burst into flames during a demonstration run in Russia last weekend.
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed Melbourne will continue to host the Australian Grand Prix as the opening event of the season until 2020.
Lewis Hamilton heads into Formula One’s summer break with a smile on his face after believing he has proven himself in times of adversity.
Caterham have taken legal action of their own against a number of former employees, citing a ‘gross misrepresentation of the facts’ in the claim against the Leafield-based marque.
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci has demanded no one in his team shuts down mentally during Formula One’s summer break.
Businessman Denis Welch from Dilhorne, Staffordshire died when he lost control of a 1960 Lotus 18 during a race for pre-1966 Grand Prix cars at Silverstone in Northamptonshire yesterday.
Former Formula One driver John Watson, who competed in 152 Formula One races over 10 years, has forged a successful media career, and today he writes for MailOnline.
Lewis Hamilton has vowed not to change his style as he seeks to avoid that ‘if only’ feeling come the end of the season.
JONATHAN MCEVOY: Nico Rosberg has fuelled the debate over Lewis Hamilton’s failure to follow team orders during Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix by saying his rival’s behaviour was ‘not good’.
Nico Rosberg has admitted that he was unhappy Lewis Hamilton refused to move over for him in Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Red Bull’s rising star Daniel Ricciardo plans to party hard after capturing the second win of his Formula One career in as equally dramatic circumstances as his first.
Lewis Hamilton controversially defied team orders to deny his Mercedes team-mate and world championship rival Nico Rosberg a probable victory at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton says he was shocked his team asked him to move over for Nico Rosberg during Sunday’s action-packed Hungarian Grand Prix.
Daniel Ricciardo captured the chequered flag for the second time this season at the end of an astonishing Hungarian Grand Prix.
Championship leader Nico Rosberg goes into the Hungarian Grand Prix on pole with a fabulous opportunity to extend his 14-point championship lead over second-placed Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton.
Lewis Hamilton took one final, forlorn look at the smouldering Mercedes behind him and held his head in his hands, his hopes of victory at Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix ravaged by a fireball.
Kimi Raikkonen has urged Ferrari to cure their ‘weaknesses in the system’ after a qualifying gaffe left him fighting an uphill battle in Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton was sensationally forced to pull out of qualifying at the Hungarian Grand Prix after the engine of his Mercedes caught fire as his team-mate Nico Rosberg claimed pole.
Lewis Hamilton will be hoping to get his qualifying form back on track in Hungary today. The Briton hasn’t been on pole since May’s Spanish Grand Prix, but he is somewhat of a specialist at the Hungaroring having won there on four previous occasions.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner launched an astonishing tirade against the Formula One media on Friday as he attempted to defend Azerbaijan’s forthcoming inclusion on the calendar.
Lewis Hamilton was quickest in both sessions in Friday’s practice sessions for Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix on a demanding track where he has won four times; his team-mate Nico Rosberg was second.
Niki Lauda has apologised in person to all at Ferrari following his derogatory remarks made in the wake of Sunday’s German Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton continued his long love affair with the Hungaroring by posting the fastest times in both Friday practice sessions ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Kevin Magnussen has spurned Felipe Massa’s overtures to clear the air between them. Massa has made no secret of the fact he felt Magnussen was totally in the wrong for their first-corner shunt in last Sunday’s German Grand Prix that resulted in him being flipped upside down in his Williams.
Lewis Hamilton began his quest to become the most successful driver in the Hungarian Grand Prix by topping the timesheet at the end of first practice ahead of Sunday’s race.
Azerbaijan will make its debut on the 2016 Formula One calendar. A move for Baku, the capital city, to host the race was first revealed by Sportsmail in March.
Lewis Hamilton hopes to agree a new deal with Mercedes this season even though his current contract still has more than a year to run.
Felipe Massa has refused to back down in his condemnation of Kevin Magnussen following their first-corner collision in Germany.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are both determined to claim a win in Hungary this weekend that will put them in good spirits heading into Formula One’s summer break.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff suffered a fractured shoulder, collar bone, elbow and wrist during a road bike crash on Tuesday.
Bernie Ecclestone has said the Russian Grand Prix will go ahead despite gathering opposition to the race after the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17. Ecclestone is a personal friend of Vladimir Putin and said he will ‘100 per cent’ honour his contract to stage a race in Sochi on October 12 in the face of disquiet among teams, sponsors and politicians.
Michael Schumacher is making such good progress in a Lausanne rehab clinic he may be home before the end of the summer, a Swiss newspaper has claimed.
Christian Horner insists Red Bull will continue to throw all they have into the current Formula One season despite their title hopes fading fast.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has suggested one of his drivers will require psychological counselling should they lose this year’s Formula One world title by the controversial double-points system.
JONATHAN MCEVOY: We have read on social media over the last few days that Lewis Hamilton is suffering from a German bias within Mercedes, but I’ll argue this is far from the case.
Lewis Hamilton has already opened talks with Mercedes with regard to signing a new deal. Last week Mercedes confirmed they had signed Nico Rosberg to a new long-term contract, believed to run through to the end of 2016.
Felipe Massa has slated Kevin Magnussen for being ‘too aggressive’ as the Brazilian’s world was turned upside down in Germany.
Jenson Button has been left baffled by Lewis Hamilton’s ‘strange’ performance during a collision-fuelled German Grand Prix. Hamilton’s battle up from 20th on the grid included an incident with his former team mate in Hockenheim.
JONATHAN MCEVOY: The only people who could possibly have caught Nico Rosberg on Sunday were Interpol. He disappeared off our screens almost all afternoon only to emerge as the inevitable winner of the German Grand Prix.