Renault is more likely to quit Formula One or buy a team than remain just an engine supplier, but the final decision depends also on the governance of the sport, chief executive Carlos Ghosn has said.
Sky Sports F1’s Natalie Pinkham was on hand to help a stunt driver set a new world record for driving on two wheels at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
• Chief executive Ghosn complains about the sport’s governance• Renault is not providing competitive engines this yearRenault’s involvement in Formula One has been thrown in to further doubt after Carlos …
• xxx• xxxxRenault’s involvement in Formula One has been thrown in to further doubt after Carlos Ghosn, the company’s chairman and chief executive, said that options, including …
Brazilian who was instructed to crash in the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix during his penultimate season in F1 takes the title as Britain’s Sam Bird won Sunday’s final e-Prix
Nelson Piquet Jr wins the first Formula E Championship after a thrilling end to the season at London’s Battersea Park.
As the inaugural season comes to an end in London, we look at whether electric racing has a long battery life.
The driver was able to hoist himself out of the vehicle after a dramatic crash back into the ground, where the car landed nose-first
Horner had been reported to be on the brink of the exit from the MK-based team following a poor start to the season but he’s now put pen to paper
The smell of burning rubber, the jaw-dropping acceleration, the thrills and spills – and the whine of a milk float.
Fans of motorsport enjoyed the annual event in West Sussex, with Jenson Button and Felipe Massa among the names on show
The 35-year-old McLaren driver, whose team is enduring a nightmare season, has yet to make the podium at Silverstone – but he’s vowed to end the jinx
• McLaren ninth out of 10 in F1 constructors’ championship• ‘We’re giving everything. We’re not just waiting for it to get good’Jenson Button has revealed the full depth of …
Jenson Button wants to repay the loyal crowd at Silverstone but has insisted that he has no chance of doing so this weekend
Safety car deployed on a day of farce at Battersea as a flaw in the circuit undermines Sir Richard Branson’s claim that Formula E will overtake F1
Formula E’s inaugural season is coming to a close in London this weekend and Virgin Racing’s chief sees big things for the future of the sport
Christian Horner has revealed to Sky Sports he has signed a contract extension at Red Bull, committing his long-term future to the team and rubbishing reports he was set to be axed.
At the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed, Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner outlines the changes he’d make to improve Formula One
The Conservative politician drove the battery-powered car around the track for this weekend’s races in Battersea Park
Formula E will be more popular than Formula 1 in five years, according to Virgin Racing chief Sir Richard Branson.
De Villota was testing for then F1 team Marussia in 2013 when she collided with a parked lorry – she lost an eye in the accident and died a year later from her injuries
De Villota was testing for then F1 team Marussia in 2013 when she collided with a parked lorry – she lost an eye in the accident and died a year later from her injuries
Formula One great Sir Stirling Moss has praised Bernie Ecclestone for his contribution to the sport and says it is vital that he continues to play a part in its future.
Formula One stars Kimi Raikkonen and Felipe Massa will be among the most famous drivers making an appearance
The car of former F1 test driver Maria De Villota was “fighting” her moments before she crashed into a lorry, documents show.
Ted Kravitz rounds-up all the news from the final second and final in-season test of the year at the Red Bull Ring in Austria.
BRDC president Derek Warwick says it is “bizarre” that Lewis Hamilton asked to be excused from testing in Austria.
From nothing, Formula E is staging the first race in London for 45 years at the end of a whirlwind debut season and there will be four manufacturers and new drivers for next series
Anyone who claimed to reach 140mph in south-west London on a Saturday would be laughed at on most days, but this weekend Battersea Park will be transformed into a motorsport enthusiast’s paradise as the final round of the inaugural Formula E season takes place.
The Queen has chided Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton for failing to observe proper etiquette at a Royal luncheon party
• London mayor says air and noise pollution issues would have to be addressed• Battersea is hosting final two rounds of FIA Formula E championshipThe mayor of London, Boris …
BBC F1 pit-lane reporter Tom Clarkson takes a look at some of the biggest news stories this week in Formula One ahead of the 70th British Grand Prix.
BBC F1 pit-lane reporter Tom Clarkson takes a look at some of the biggest news stories this week in Formula One ahead of the 70th British Grand Prix.
What shall I wear? Where shall I watch?
The 23-year-old suffers from cerebral palsy but doesn’t take medication for the issue which affects him 24 hours a day
F1 returns this weekend to where it all began in 1950 – an old World War II aerobase in Northamptonshire, more commonly known as Silverstone.
The essential information on the electrically powered racing car championship, which is stop off in London this weekend
Jean Todt has challenged leading teams who say the FIA and F1’s commercial rights holder should dictate the sport’s future to back their words with actions.
Jean Todt has challenged leading teams who say the FIA and F1’s commercial rights holder should dictate the sport’s future to back their words with actions.
From doing things normally after a tragedy, to overcoming entrenched sexism, to punching an armed mugger, bravery in sport takes many different formsIn most walks of life, the disregard for …
The pragmatic Austrian who went to hell and back offers some candid testimony but the post-crash story is played too straightThat “untold” snipes at Ron …
Bernie Ecclestone should step down as Formula 1 supremo so somebody “radical” can take over, says Eddie Jordan.
Felipe Massa doesn’t believe that simply making cars faster from 2017 will prove F1′s silver bullet with the Williams driver calling for “intelligent” change to the regulations.
Felipe Nasr insists he isn’t a ‘pay driver’ and thinks more racers should follow his model of having long-term support from a business in their home country.
Fernando Alonso believes McLaren enjoyed a “positive” two days of testing with their troubled Honda-powered car in Austria after the team racked up nearly 200 laps.
If it didn’t really seem as though it was on before, then the 2015 title race was firmly ignited at the Austrian GP as Nico Rosberg claimed one of the best victories of his career to trim Lewis Hamilton’s championship lead to just 10 points.
Latest target of fast changing nation’s investment fund is part of long-term drive to invest in world sport at top levelNext month well-heeled punters will flock to …
Taking the government’s own low-carbon lender out of the state sector is only likely to make it more risk-averse and less effectiveDavid Cameron likes to …
• Italian-American says a potential buyout is ‘fabulous news’• Andretti insists there is room for two grands prix in the USMario Andretti, the face of Formula …
• Italian-American says a potential buyout is ‘fabulous news’• Andretti insists there is room for two Grands Prix in the USMario Andretti, the face …