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Questions remain both about the precise nature of Fernando Alonso’s condition and the competitiveness of this year’s car
Formula One star reportedly sells mountain lodge in Trysil, north of Oslo, as he continues to recover from skiing accident that left him in coma for six months
Doctors say it is “unquantifiable” whether Spaniard will be racing on March 15 after his heavy accident
Double world champion hit the wall at turn three of the Circuit de Catalunya on Sunday and was airlifted to hospital for precautionary checks
Double world champion hit the wall at turn three of the Circuit de Catalunya on Sunday and was airlifted to hospital for precautionary checks
Exclusive: With traditional F1 circuits in almost mortal danger, particularly those like Silverstone, new bosses of British Grand Prix are fighting back
Spaniard still in hospital following crash as team confirm accident was not caused by a mechanical fault
Two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso is airlifted to hospital after crashing when rounding a corner at high speed during pre-season testing
With the sport looking to make changes for the future, Ferrari have unveiled their own idea as to how an F1 car should look
FIA vice-president claims that agreement is imminent for the oil-rich country to host a Formula One race starting either in 2016 or 2017 and only a few details remain outstanding
Fellow strugglers Force India put the knife in over hopes for special dispensation
Administrator announces plans to sell off assets – the first of seven auctions will take place on March 11
Daniel Johnson has the lowdown on the eight teams testing in Jerez – plus Force India
Formula One world champion loses control and stalls his Mercedes as team ban questions on break-up with pop singer girlfriend
Team, now under ame Manor, hope to be ready for start of 2015 season but won’t have Max Chilton in line up
For the first time in a while Ferrari are attracting the focus of Formula One after a third impressive day of testing in Jerez
Nico Rosberg’s Mercedes suffers issue during testing, but nothing as bad as their chairman who was caught going to the toilet
The 2009 World Champion managed just six laps in pre-season testing in Spain
Mercedes’ domination of Formula One shows no sign of ending – with their financial muscle and opponents in disarray, the gap may only be set to widen
Three-year contact could be sealed in “near future” but Ferrari waiting in the wings should Mercedes negotiations fail
Reunited with Fernando Alonso and Honda as engine supplier, the team managed just six laps on a trying first day of testing
As pre-season testing begins Daniel Johnson speculates about the chances of Fernando Alonso and his new team McLaren-Honda
The famous team have unveiled a new car and, with it, announced a target of just two wins for next season
McLaren-Honda 2015 launch: In a markedly more upbeat mood than last year, Button and the rest of the McLaren team tread into the unknown with smiles on their faces
German considered quitting F1 during his disastrous title defence last season, according to the man who oversaw his run to four consecutive drivers’ titles
Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso will be expected to reproduce the team’s glory days under brilliant Brazilian, writes Daniel Johnson
The Reigning Formula One world champion and aspiring R&B singer signs up with one of the music industry’s biggest public relations firms
Daniel Johnson provides you with all the important details ahead of the 2015 season starting in Melbourne on March 15
Six thieves use a 4×4 to crash into Red Bull’s Formula 1 factory in Milton Keynes and steal dozens of trophies
Exclusive: Silverstone Hospitality Limited is claiming its contract was terminated unlawfully – which forced it into administration – and is threatening court action
Start time may be earlier to avoid danger in downpours while confusion continues over German GP
Silverstone hopes discount will boost sales and help meet Ecclestone’s £11.5m demand
Qataris keen on hosting a street circuit race but likely to be denied by Bahrain’s unofficial veto over other Middle East races
Formula One icon cries when he hears his wife and children’s voices, and communicates using his eyes, according to reports
McLaren Formula One driver and model partner had a ceremony in Hawaii
Sepp resigns, Alan Shearer is interesting and Rory McIlroy wins SPOTY – James Corrigan reveals what won’t happen over the next 12 months
Frenchman remains unconscious but is breathing unaided as he continues rehabilitation following crash at the Japanese Grand Prix in October
Daniel Johnson: It was a season that left F1 with more uncertainties than ever but at least the Mercedes star has silenced those who doubted him
David Brabham: My father left his indelible mark on the sport with feats I cannot see anyone matching
Philippe Streiff says seven-time world champion could one day hope to walk with crutches, but German’s manager disputes ‘friend’s’ claims
How much trivia do you remember from 2014? Alan Tyers’ quiz concludes with part five covering November to December
How much trivia do you remember from 2014? Alan Tyers’ quiz continues with part four covering August to October
How much trivia do you remember from 2014? Alan Tyers’s teasers take us back to summer.
How much trivia do you remember from 2014? Alan Tyers’ quiz continues with part two covering March to May
Images taken and signed by F1′s leading players will be auctioned in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital
How much trivia do you remember from 2014? Alan Tyers has complied a series of teasers – starting with events in January and February…
Motor racing still coming to terms with horrific accident during Japan Grand Prix which left popular French driver in a coma
BayernLB files £270m law suit against Ecclestone and family’s Bambino foundation over ‘disadvantageous’ 2006 sale of its stake in Formula One
In his 2014 Christmas card the F1 chief sends up his own expensive battle with the German courts in his 2014 Christmas card, but others have felt the force of his satire in previous years
Oliver Brown: Rory McIlroy’s SPOTY defeat to Lewis Hamilton shows the public’s indifference to the sport