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Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed Marussia will join Caterham in missing the US Grand Prix
Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed Marussia will join Caterham in missing the US Grand Prix
Caterham have been given special dispensation by Bernie Ecclestone to miss the next two races in the USA and Brazil after it fell under the control of administrators on Friday
Lotus will test a non-forked nose during practice for the US Grand Prix as it starts to gather on-track data for its 2015 car
Lotus is just a few finalised details away from confirming Romain Grosjean as its second race driver for 2015
The war of words between Tony Fernandes and the investment company that tried to buy the team continues as the chances of the team making the US Grand Prix next week look increasingly slim
Tony Fernandes has hit back at claims made by the company he sold the Caterham F1 team to, accusing them of not living up to their side of the deal
The group of investors that have been running Caterham since July claim Tony Fernandes still owns the team and is responsible for its uncertain future
Gene Haas says the first five years of his Formula One project will just be about surviving as he looks to learn from the mistakes of the sport’s smaller teams
Caterham staff were left locked out of their factory in Leafield on Thursday as the future of the team looks in serious doubt
Caterham’s current owners have threatened to withdraw their management and take legal action against previous owner Tony Fernandes after claiming the shares it purchased in July have not been transferred
Caterham’s current owners have threatened to withdraw their management and take legal action against previous owner Tony Fernandes after claiming the shares it purchased in July have not been transferred
McLaren has confirmed its sporting director Sam Michael will leave the team at the end of the season after he resigned in March
Red Bull says Mercedes should not shy away from competition by blocking a change in regulations to allow an additional engine update next year
Red Bull says Mercedes should not shy away from competition by blocking a change in regulations to allow an additional engine update next year
The Caterham Formula One team insists it will not be affected by sister company Caterham Sports Limited (CSL) going into administration, despite reports that an administrator has laid claim to its race cars
The Caterham Formula One team insists it will not be affected by sister company Caterham Sports Limited (CSL) going into administration, despite reports that an administrator has laid claim to its race cars
Red Bull and Lotus have paid tribute to Total Chairman and CEO Christophe de Margerie, who was killed in a plane crash on Monday night
Three of Silverstone’s senior executives have been suspended at the same time as the British Racing Drivers Club (BRDC) takes a closer role in the running of the circuit
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his priority is to keep Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg at the team beyond the end of next year for fear a different driver would disrupt its success
Ex-F1 team principals Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali are among the members of a new FIA Accident Panel, which will carry out a full review of Jules Bianchi’s crash at the Japanese Grand Prix
Red Bull protégée Max Verstappen says focus on mental strength in Formula One is “bullshit” ahead of his debut season with Toro Rosso next year
Romain Grosjean says Lotus’ switch to Mercedes engines for 2015 and recent moves in the driver market have made staying where he is a much more appealing option
Robert Kubica still has hopes of returning to Formula One, but would need further surgery to his arm to make it possible
Nico Hulkenberg will stay at Force India in 2015, the team has confirmed
DTM champion Marco Wittmann will test a Toro Rosso as part of his prize from BMW for winning this year’s title
Caterham’s GP2 team has been taken over by Status Grand Prix and will change names at the start of next season
Pirelli has agreed to bring softer tyre compounds to the Brazilian Grand Prix after calls from some drivers that the original selection of hard and medium would not work
Sauber will give Formula One debuts to Adderly Fong and Roy Nissany in a two day test in a two year old F1 car next week
Four-time champion Alain Prost believes the team dynamic at Mercedes has changed since Nico Rosberg collided with Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix
Kimi Raikkonen says he will stop racing in Formula One when he no longer enjoys it but has the option to stay at Ferrari for another two years if he wants
Sergio Marchionne, the man who has replaced Luca di Montezemolo as Ferrari chairman, says the F1 team must embrace risk and “kick some ass” to regain a dominant place in the sport again
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says he does not want Lewis Hamilton or Nico Rosberg to stop respecting each other on track just because the team has secured the constructors’ championship
Caterham says it fully intends to compete in the remaining three races of 2014 and is looking to move away from its Leafield base as part of the ongoing efforts to stabilise the team
Daniel Ricciardo says his role at Red Bull will not change next year despite being the most experienced driver in the team alongside Daniil Kvyat
Caterham says it fully intends to compete in the remaining three races of 2014 and is looking to move away from its Leafield base as part of the ongoing efforts to stabilise the team
Fernando Alonso will be leaving Ferrari at the end of 2014, outgoing president Luca di Montezemolo has confirmed
Caterham has clarified comments made by Kamui Kobayashi at the Russian Grand Prix, disagreeing with the assessment the team ordered him to retire just to save mileage
Helmut Marko thinks outgoing Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel has been lured by the “myth” of Ferrari more than its ability to provide him with a competitive car right away
Marussia is “shocked and angered” by reports in some media outlets that Jules Bianchi did not slow down sufficiently under caution flags before his accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Marussia is “shocked and angered” by reports in some media outlets that Jules Bianchi did not slow down sufficiently under caution flags before his accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says his team is still hoping to make a driver announcement before the end of the season, but is currently in the process of weighing up its options
The latest update concerning Jules Bianchi’s condition says the Marussia driver remains in a “critical but stable condition” but admits the “situation remains challenging due to the diffuse axonal traumatic brain injury Jules has sustained”
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci says his team’s lobbying for a lift in the engine freeze regulations is more about protecting the principles of F1 than closing the gap in performance to Mercedes
European Formula 3 champion Esteban Ocon will take part in a two-day test in a two year-old Lotus as a prize for winning the title this year
Lewis Hamilton says his 17-point lead in the drivers’ championship will not change his approach to the final three races of the season
Felipe Massa has labelled Pirelli’s tyre choice for the Brazilian Grand Prix as “dangerous”, arguing the compounds are too hard for the circuit
Jules Bianchi will continue to fight even though he remains in a serious condition, his father Philippe has said
Toto Wolff has confirmed Mercedes plans to offer Lewis Hamilton a new deal at the conclusion of the current season, adding that a change to the team’s line-up would be “detrimental”
Former F1 driver Alex Zanardi added another feat to his inspirational story at the weekend after he finished just outside the top 10% of finishers at the Ironman World Championship using just the power of his arms