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Caterham launch extraordinary attack on former owner Tony Fernandes and reveal they have begun legal action against the Malaysian businessman
Australian Sam Michael, once touted as a future McLaren team principal, will leave at end of the F1 season
Upheaval at famous old circuit comes at a particularly bleak financial moment with fees charged by Bernie Ecclestone to host British GP proving increasingly crippling
Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali also among 10 experts to look at F1 safety after Jules Bianchi crash
Daniel Johnson: Spaniard said it would be “step backwards” to leave Ferrari in 2009, now the two are heading for a very modern divorce
Former president admits team’s ailing fortunes – Ferrari have not won a constructors’ title since 2008 – playing large part in the Spaniard’s departure
Bernie Ecclestone has blazed a trail for governing bodies’ amorality when it comes to doing self-serving deals with dictators.
Bild claims “new information” has come to light that Frenchman failed to slow down while yellow flags were being waved in Japan before his horrific crash
Mercedes win constructors’ championship with three races left, as Briton hails ‘best years of his life’
Philippe Bianchi fears every time the phone rings that it is the hospital to tell him that Jules has died
All 700 staff at Oxfordshire base given at least £10,000 after Hamilton and Rosberg secure them the constructors’ title
Four-time champion demands to know how a ‘f****** truck’ could have been left on the track in the lead up to Marussia driver’s horrific collision in Japanese Grand Prix
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff ends speculation by making clear he wants to keep Hamilton for 2016 and beyond
Interactive: Having equalled Nigel Mansell’s tally of 31 grand prix wins, where does Hamilton rank among British Formula One greats?
Daniel Johnson says Hamilton’s triumph in Sochi shows that Rosberg is running out of answers, while Putin’s role proves F1 is fiercely political
President turns up on lap 39 in Sochi where F1′s claim not to be a political sport is again left open to question, writes Daniel Johnson
Briton says stricken driver was dominated his thoughts in Sochi, where there was also a touching pre-race tribute
Briton says stricken driver was dominated his thoughts in Sochi, where there was also a touching pre-race tribute
Briton becomes only the fourth driver in F1 history to win nine grands prix in a season after leading from start to finish in Sochi
Follow live lap-by-lap commentary from the 2014 Russian Grand Prix on Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 1200 (BST)
Follow live lap-by-lap commentary from the 2014 Russian Grand Prix on Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 1200 (BST)
Drivers and crews instructed to remain silent during Russian national anthem
FIA planning to introduce system to automatically slow down cars near the scene of other drivers’ crashes
In pictures: The world of Formula One comes together to show its support for Marussia driver Jules Bianchi
Briton heads grid for inaugural race in Sochi ahead of Mercedes team-mate but thoughts remain with Jules Bianchi
Follow latest news and updates from Sochi as Formula One resumes following Jules Bianchi’s crash at Japanese Grand Prix which has left Frenchman in critical condition
Follow latest news and updates from Sochi as Formula One resumes following Jules Bianchi’s crash at Japanese Grand Prix which has left Frenchman in critical condition
Former Formula One star David Coulthard’s guide to Sochi race
World Championship leader says Jules Bianchi’s crash has brought back “traumatic” memories of witnessing a fellow kart driver die
Daniel Johnson: This weekend’s race has been orchestrated to boost President Vladimir Putin’s prestige. Few sporting events have a political overtone as blatant as this
Daniel Johnson: This weekend’s race has been orchestrated to boost President Vladimir Putin’s prestige. Few sporting events have a political overtone as blatant as this
Arrival of family and friends at Japanese hospital raises concern for the 25-year-old who is in a ‘critical but stable’ condition
Russian-backed team say Jules Bianchi’s car has been built but it will remain vacant in garage all weekend
Sergio Perez leads safety demands with Jules Bianchi remaining critical ahead of Russian Grand Prix
Force India’s Sergio Perez says F1 drivers want answers from FIA on why “tragic accident” in Suzuka happened
Daniel Johnson asks whether country will embrace F1, has a marshal’s take on the Bianchi crash and the dethroning of Vettel
Consultant Neurosurgeon Peter Hamlyn talks to Gareth A Davies about the Diffuse Axomal Injury suffered by Formula One driver Jules Bianchi at the Japanese Grand Prix
Consultant Neurosurgeon Peter Hamlyn talks to Gareth A Davies about Diffuse Axonal Injury suffered by F1 driver Jules Bianchi at Suzuka
Drivers in sombre mood ahead of inaugural Russian Grand Prix in Sochi as Frenchman remains in critical condition in Japan
Oliver Brown: The battle to reduce F1′s inherent risks and safeguard the drivers is at odds with efforts to preserve the essence of the sport
Junior team pull out of GP3 race in Russia but team stress decision is not connected to Jules Bianchi’s accident
FIA president Jean Todt says Schumacher’s condition is improving following his skiing accident
FIA’s proposals for closed cockpits were shelved because several of the biggest teams thought they looked unappealling
Family of French driver reveal the 25-year-old suffered a ‘diffuse axonal injury’ following horrific crash at Japanese Grand Prix
FIA president Jean Todt says Schumacher’s condition is improving following his skiing accident
Suzuka official says Frenchman’s horrific accident was not caused by bad judgment by race officials
The clip shows the moment when the Formula One driver crashed leaving him fighting for his life
President Jean Todt asks Charlie Whiting to compile report as Frenchman remains ‘critical but stable’
The parents of French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi ask for privacy as they visit their critically ill son who crashes in the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday
Former FIA president says officials were blameless in Japan but former drivers question why the safety car was not deployed before Jules Bianchi’s crash