F1 chief executive’s trial starts in Munich on Thursday Prosecutors have impressive track record in recent casesBernie Ecclestone goes on trial in Munich on Thursday and for the next …
Bernie Ecclestone faces the most important 26 days of his life over the next few months which will determine whether he will continue his near 40-year reign as Formula One supremo.
83-year-old Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone goes on trial in Munich on Thursday on bribery charges that could lead to a prison sentence of up to 10 years if he is convicted. Here are the main points of the case.
F1 chief faces 26 days of intense cross-examination over next few months as trial begins on Thursday
Racing director Eric Boullier calls for calm and insists he will “rebuild a winning McLaren team”.
Bernie Ecclestone bribed a German banker because he feared losing his grip on Formula One, prosecutors will argue when the F1 chief’s trial opens on Thursday in Munich. Here is a timeline of a supremo in trouble
Eric Boullier remains optimistic that McLaren can win in 2014, despite their season appearing to take a step backwards during the opening four races.
Kimi Raikkonen has hit back at claims he lacks motivation after a disappointing start to his second career at Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton readily accepts this season represents his best chance of becoming a two-time Formula One world champion.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff believes Formula One’s minnows can be saved if they accept a range of proposals due to be aired at a forthcoming crisis meeting.
Honda says there are no plans to supply its new power unit to teams other than McLaren, although motorsport boss Yasuhisa Arai has not ruled out further customers in the long term.
McLaren stall in Shanghai as Jenson Button’s team threaten repeat of 2013 season. Daniel Johnson reports
Struggling World Champion Sebastian Vettel will be “back with a bang” once he masters Red Bull’s RB10, Christian Horner has confidently predicted.
Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon has eased fans’ fears by insisting it is business as usual despite the collapse of the car company behind their name.
Red Bull have taken a swipe at Mercedes over their rivals’ attempts to get their punishment for Daniel Ricciardo’s Australian GP disqualification increased, accusing the championship leaders of being ‘rattled’.
A Spanish biker has filed a formal complaint over a traffic accident involving Michael Schumacher weeks before the F1 star’s horror ski crash. Schumacher is accused of knocking the motorcyclist off his bike.
Beleaguered Red Bull will take little comfort from a troubled week that culminated in Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel lagging behind in fourth and fifth respectively in Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix in Shanghai.
It was the third win in a row for the man from Stevenage and the third race in succession the driver in the other Mercedes has grudgingly played second fiddle
McLaren driver hoping for a change in fortunes when European season begins in Barcelona next month after finishing 13th in China
Thursday will see the opening of a case that may end with the 84-year-old being imprisoned for 10 yearsBernie Ecclestone, the driving force of Formula One …
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has hit back at McLaren boss Ron Dennis for questioning his organisation’s integrity in a dispute over a technical employee.
David Coulthard backs Fernando Alonso to lead Ferrari revival and hails performances of Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo
David Coulthard backs Fernando Alonso to lead Ferrari revival and hails performances of Lewis Hamilton and Daniel Ricciardo
Champion Sebastian Vettel’s tough season continues but Fernando Alonso leads the way in a Ferrari revival
The seven-times world champion, who is still fighting for life, is accused of knocking the motorcyclist off his bike
BBC F1 pit-lane reporter Tom Clarkson explains how the Chinese Grand Prix finished two laps early after an official waved the chequered flag in error.
Lewis Hamilton heads into Formula One’s mini-break riding the crest of a wave following a third consecutive victory for the first time in his career.
The former world champion is frustrated but knows what is going on, says Frenchman Boullier
Horner said: “Of course, he is going to question it to understand, but as soon as he understood the reasoning he immediately moved aside.”
“Excuse me, Fernando,” Martin Brundle said as he eased the two-time world champion out of camera shot to get to the winner of the Chinese Grand Prix. Brundle would be back to Alonso in sequence after he had spoken to Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, the lucky boys at Mercedes galloping away with the season.
“Excuse me, Fernando,” Martin Brundle said as he eased the two-time world champion out of camera shot to get to the winner of the Chinese Grand Prix. Brundle would be back to Alonso in sequence after he had spoken to Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, the lucky boys at Mercedes galloping away with the season.
In the land of the rip-off it was only natural the sport was given a fake finish thanks to a dozy official – and it certainly confused Lewis
Jonathan Liew: A sport is defined by its sound which is why the roar of the old V12 engines is music to the ears of so many fans of F1.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has refused to chastise four-time champion Sebastian Vettel for initially disobeying team orders during the Chinese Grand Prix.
As Lewis Hamilton builds a psychological edge over team-mate Nico Rosberg, Sebastian Vettel find himself in unfamiliar territory, writes Andrew Benson
Third consecutive win for 2008 champion cannot have failed to make an impression on team-mate, writes Andrew Benson
Shanghai’s big day ends in farce as an over-eager race official waves the famous chequered flag with two laps remaining to prematurely end the Formula One showpiece        
Ron Dennis has expressed the hope that McLaren’s battle with Red Bull over the services of aerodynamicist Dan Fallows can still be settled outside of the courtroom.
Hours after the Chinese Grand Prix finished in Shanghai, the FIA have declared that the the race finished prematurely by two laps.
Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso dedicates his first podium of the season to former team principal Stefano Domencali.
Lewis Hamilton is shown chequered flag with a lap to go – but an obscure rule means the placings are unaltered
Jenson Button has admitted that McLaren “have a lot of work to do” after neither of the team’s cars finished in the top ten in either qualifying or the race in Shanghai.
Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel give their thoughts after the world champion seemed to ignore team orders by saying “tough luck” when asked to let the Australian past him.
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo moves to defuse a potential dispute with Sebastian Vettel over team orders at the Chinese GP.
Winner Lewis Hamilton saw checkered flag after 55 laps ‘I was thinking, “Am I seeing things?”‘The Chinese Grand Prix came to an unexpectedly abrupt end yesterday when an official waved …
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton says this is his best Easter ever after winning the Chinese Grand Prix having lead from start to finish.
Christian Horner, Red Bull principal, says Vettel didn’t initially understand the order after being told to move aside for the second race in succession
WHAT WE LEARNED IN SHANGHAI: The Chinese Grand Prix ended two laps earlier than scheduled after the chequered flag was waved before the end of the race.
Kimi Raikkonen admitted his driving style was likely to blame for his disappointing Chinese GP weekend, with the Finn acknowledging his side of the Ferrari garage has “plenty of work” to do to improve his form.
Lewis Hamilton said it was a “dream” to have won three consecutive races with Mercedes this season.