“We are breaking new ground in letting the boys race in the way we do, so we are bound to make mistakes” says team boss ahead of Singapore Grand Prix
With the two gunning for the world championship Rosberg cleaned out his teammate at Spa before Hamilton returned to win in Monza
The British driver goes in search of another win in his quest for a second world title in the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend
Title challengers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg have welcomed the move to limit the pitwall’s communication with drivers from this weekend’s Singapore GP – with each now hoping that the crackdown gives them more chances to gain an on-track edge over the other.
The Drag Reduction System (DRS) which has transformed overtaking in Formula 1 over recent years will be introduced into the GP2 Series from the 2015 season.
Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton will continue their world title battle at the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend.
Leading Mercedes driver says Formula One will ‘become more pure’ after governing body’s clampdown on pit-to-car radio communication
The F1 legend has a 15-strong medical team battling to get him to live a normal life
A clutch of drivers who all still have plenty to prove over the remainder of the 2014 season, including Kimi Raikkonen and Pastor Maldonado, will form a central part of Thursday’s Drivers’ Press Conference in Singapore.
Nico Rosberg is expecting the FIA’s clampdown on team radio communications to produce ‘purer’ racing, after the World Championship leader experienced the new limits in Mercedes’ simulator ahead of the Singapore GP.
Despite being friends since they were teens the war over the drivers crown has tested their limits of their relationship claims the Mercedes chief
Clampdown means coded messages, demands for help with car settings and even pit boards displaying anything but the most general information have been outlawed
Lotus chief executive Matthew Carter is optimistic after the team post improved financial results for the first half of 2014.
The FIA has issued clarification with regard to the use of radio messages throughout future grands prix.
The FIA has issued clarification with regard to the use of radio messages throughout future grands prix.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has described Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg as “almost like…enemies” in their head-to-head battle for this year’s Formula One world title.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has described Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg as “almost like…enemies” in their head-to-head battle for this year’s Formula One world title.
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has described Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg as ‘almost like…enemies’ in their head-to-head battle for this year’s Formula One world title.
Toto Wolff: This is a new experience for them It has changed from an amicable relationship Lewis Hamilton takes Italian Grand PrixThe Mercedes executive director …
Youngster Pascal Wehrlein will back up the world title-chasing pair but will only race when one or the other is unavailable
Youngster Pascal Wehrlein will back up the world title-chasing pair but will only race when one or the other is unavailable
The FIA have issued another Technical Directive to the teams to clarify what will and will not be permitted as they clampdown on team radio transmissions from this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff reveals to Andrew Benson the extent of the rivalry between team-mates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.
List of dos and donts for Singapore Grand Prix Direct technical questions from drivers forbidden F1 drivers banned from getting help over radio Toto Wolff fears …
Dwindling spectators prompt Formula One managers to discuss high ticket prices with Bernie Ecclestone
Formula 1 teams will not be allowed to use coded messages as part of a ban on giving their drivers advice over radio.
Formula 1 teams will not be allowed to use coded messages as part of a ban on giving their drivers advice over radio.
BBC F1 commentator Ben Edwards previews the Singapore Grand Prix the only night race on the calendar.
BBC F1 commentator Ben Edwards previews the Singapore Grand Prix the only night race on the calendar.
Mercedes appoint 19-year-old German Pascal Wehrlein as their reserve driver following a first Formula 1 test last week.
Mercedes have named 19-year-old DTM race winner Pascal Wehrlein as their reserve driver.
Highly-rated aerodynamist Peter Prodromou, who was a key part of Adrian Newey’s multiple title-winning design team at Red Bull, has finally officially started work at McLaren, nearly a year after his return to Woking was first revealed.
Firm received options in the racing series worth an estimated $25m (£15m)
Nicolas Prost apologises for his huge accident with Nick Heidfeld at the first Formula E race and receives a 10-place grid penalty.
Nick Heidfeld is unharmed after being involved in a spectacular crash at the final corner of the opening Formula E race in Beijing.
Formula E racing driver Nick Heidfeld had a lucky escape during a race in Beijing as the German was sent flying into heavy barriers after a collision with Nicolas Prost.
Former F1 driver Nick Heidfeld climbs out of wreckage and confronts Nicolas Prost, after Frenchman hits his car shortly before finish causing it to flip
Lucas Di Grassi wins the first Formula E electric race in Beijing after leader Nicolas Prost crashes at the last corner.
The pair were competing in the first round of the competition in Beijing when Prost sent Heidfield flying into the barriers as he attempted to overtake
Ferrari must sort themselves out quickly, says Allan McNish, before the man who has spared their blushes is tempted away.
Lewis Hamilton says the fact he remains firmly in the championship hunt despite the trials and tribulations of his season is a source of “huge motivation” for the final flyaway rounds with the Mercedes driver first aiming to turn around his recent fortunes at the Singapore GP this weekend.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has said a ban on giving advice to drivers over the radio is unclear and “controversial”.
The FIA has officially confirmed that the 2015 Formula 1 season will run to a 20-race calendar, with the schedule containing only minor tweaks from a leaked list which circulated at Monza.
Mercedes chief Toto Wolff says teams will need further clarification on what they now can and can’t tell their drivers on the radio following the FIA’s “controversial” decision to clamp down on pits-to-car messages.
Formula 1 will equal its longest ever season next year with a 20-race calendar following the return of the Mexican Grand Prix.
F1 drivers banned from getting help over radio Rules now state driver must drive car alone and unaided Mercedes Wolff: The directive is not yet fully clearMercedes motorsport executive director …
Ahead of the first Formula E race in Beijing, Daniel Johnson casts his eye over this imposter series
The FIA has decided to ban all radio transmissions at future grands prix deemed to help the driver with his on-track performance.
Pirelli have announced their tyre choices for the forthcoming grands prix in Japan and Russia.
Toro Rosso teenage prodigy Max Verstappen has earned lavish praise from all within the team following his first proper day behind the wheel.