Nico Rosberg has been spared any on-track punishment following his collision with team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the controversial Belgian Grand Prix.
JONATHAN MCEVOY: Sympathy towards Nico Rosberg is not the prevailing sentiment in Britain at the moment, but let’s at least try to see if there is another side to the coin.
Nico Rosberg has been fined a six-figure sum for his crash with Lewis Hamilton at last weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.
The Brit collided with team-mate Nico Rosberg last weekend and the pair have today issued statements apologising for their mistakes
The German finished second behind Daniel Ricciardo last weekend but admitted to an “error of judgement” as he collided with team-mate Hamilton on the second lap
Mercedes say they have found a “suitable punishment” for Nico Rosberg after he apologises to Lewis Hamilton for crashing into him
Mercedes have taken disciplinary action against Nico Rosberg for his part in the calamitous crash with team-mate Lewis Hamilton at last week’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg has accepted blame for his collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix, Mercedes revealed on Friday.
Mercedes have revealed that Nico Rosberg has accepted blame for Sunday’s collision with Lewis Hamilton at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Mercedes have taken “suitable disciplinary measures” against Nico Rosberg after the German admitted his responsibility for the controversial collision between himself and Lewis Hamilton in Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Mercedes say they have found a “suitable punishment” for Nico Rosberg after he apologises to Lewis Hamilton for crashing into him
Mercedes discipline Nico Rosberg following his collision with team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the Belgian Grand Prix.
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Jenson Button’s future is uncertain after McLaren boss Ron Dennis said on Thursday he was monitoring other leading drivers who might become available.
The ill-timed comments resulted in Button firing back that the whole McLaren team, who haven’t had a win in 18 months, needed to try harder
As the summer movements in the driver market revolve around McLaren’s efforts to attract either Fernando Alonso or Sebastian Vettel into the Woking fold, Mercedes bosses have confirmed that they will not enter into any talks with Lewis Hamilton about a new contract for 2016 until his increasingly fraught battle for the 2014 World Championship has been resolved.
Ferrari Team Principal Marco Mattiacci has set the target of returning the Italian marque to world title-winning ways within three years.
Mercedes are to wait until this year’s Formula One championship fight has been resolved before continuing new contract talks with Lewis Hamilton.
Ron Dennis has made clear that McLaren are “keeping an eye” on the contract movements of a “few other drivers” currently racing for rival teams as the Woking outfit continue to mull whether they stick or twist with their current line-up for 2015 and beyond.
Christian Horner reckons Daniel Ricciardo will be a title contender somewhere down the line, although Red Bull’s team boss still isn’t getting too carried away about the Australian’s chances this season.
Former F1 driver Mark Webber questions whether Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg can stay at Mercedes together next year.
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Sebastian Vettel’s long-time race engineer Guillaume Rocquelin – who is better known in F1 circles under his nickname ‘Rocky’ – will take on a new role at Red Bull from 2015 as Head of Race Engineering.
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Eric Boullier has stressed that McLaren’s ongoing long-term planning over their driver line-up has to take priority even if their current pairing of Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen understandably feel “uncomfortable” over their 2015 plans.
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EXCLUSIVE: Formula One’s governing body, the FIA, have confirmed that Nico Rosberg will not face a sanction for his crash with Lewis Hamilton in Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton has admitted he now faces an uphill battle to get back on terms with Nico Rosberg in the championship fight but has vowed that he “won’t take anything into my own hands” in light of the escalation in their rivalry in Belgium.
Lewis Hamilton has admitted he now faces an uphill battle to get back on terms with Nico Rosberg in the championship fight but has vowed that he “won’t take anything into my own hands” in light of the escalation in their rivalry in Belgium.
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Lewis Hamilton has promised that he will not be looking to retaliate against Nico Rosberg following his Mercedes team-mate’s actions in Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Following the controversial incident at Spa-Francorchamps, Rosberg went on to finish runner-up and Hamilton is now 29 points adrift in the drivers’ standings
Spa controversy leaves the German 29 points clear of his team-mate at the top of the drivers’ standings but the Brit won’t be looking for payback at Monza
Rather than seeking retribution after the collision with his Mercedes team-mate the Briton will focus on clawing points back in Italy
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Formula One’s governing body will take no action against championship leader Nico Rosberg despite Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton accusing him of a deliberate collision at the Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday.
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Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton says he will not take matters into his own hands after the FIA opt not to act over the Nico Rosberg crash.
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The FIA will not take action against Nico Rosberg after his collision with Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton.
Jenson Button has described Nico Rosberg’s botched – and highly controversial – attempt to overtake Lewis Hamilton on the second lap of the Belgian GP as “unbelievable”.
FIA confirm without “new evidence” in collision with Lewis Hamilton at Belgian GP matter would be laid to rest
Jenson Button has admitted feeling sorry for Lewis Hamilton after watching his former team-mate’s Formula One world title hopes suffer a string of crushing blows.
David Coulthard says the controversy over the collision between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg is gold dust for F1.