Administrator holds “positive discussions” with Caterham F1 team boss Manfredi Ravetto to see whether company could continue.
Silverstone managing director Richard Phillips and two other senior executives have been suspended.
Audi says one of its self-drive test cars topped 149mph (240km/h) at a race track in Germany, beating a human-driven version.
Moscow Raceway has had its licence upgraded to an FIA Grade 1 meaning it can now host a Formula 1 grand prix.
Caterham have dismissed reports that Caterham Sports Limited (CSL) entering administration will impact the future of the Formula 1 team.
The brief of the panel is to understand exactly what happened in the crash and then propose new safety measures
Daniel Ricciardo heads out on a mountain bike with BBC F1 pit-lane reporter Tom Clarkson to talk about his first season at Red Bull.
JONATHAN MCEVOY EXCLUSIVE: Silverstone, the home of British motor racing, is in turmoil after the suspension of three directors, including managing director Richard Phillips.
Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali also among 10 experts to look at F1 safety after Jules Bianchi crash
The relationship between Kamui Kobayashi and his Caterham team suffered a breakdown of trust in Russia, says Andrew Benson.
A 10-man panel will investigate the Japan Grand Prix crash that left French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi fighting for his life.
Ross Brawn, Emerson Fittipaldi and Stefano Domenicali are just three of the high-profile names on a 10-strong FIA Accident Panel formed in the wake of Jules Bianchi’s horrific crash.
The FIA have revealed the composition of a new Accident Panel which will carry out a full review of Jules Bianchi’s accident at the Japanese GP.
Ex-team chiefs Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali join an FIA accident panel set up to investigate Jules Bianchi’s crash.
Panel includes Ross Brawn and led by Peter Wright Aims to propose safety recommendations F1 drivers to demand assurances after Bianchi crashRoss Brawn, Emerson Fittipaldi …
Panel includes Ross Brawn and led by Peter Wright Aims to propose safety recommendations F1 drivers to demand assurances after Bianchi crashRoss Brawn, Emerson Fittipaldi …
We have enjoyed a great year with some special results Future of team-mate Sergio Pérez as yet unknownNico Hülkenberg has been retained by Force India …
Kamui Kobayashi admitted to being “seriously troubled” by the prospect of driving his Caterham during the Russian GP weekend.
From birds of prey to a Grand Prix, it’s life in the fast lane in the United Arab Emirates’ capital
From birds of prey to a Grand Prix, it’s life in the fast lane in the United Arab Emirates’ capital
Nico Hulkenberg has been retained by Force India for the 2015 Formula One season. Hailed as a ‘true racer’ and a motivator by team principal Vijay Mallya, Hulkenberg has enjoyed a strong season.
The German returned to the team at the start of the campaign and has gone on to finish fifth on four separate occasions
Force India have confirmed Nico Hulkenberg will remain with the team in 2015, describing the German as “one of the most exciting drivers on the Formula 1 grid.”
Nico Hulkenberg will continue to race for Force India next year, but no announcement has yet been made about Sergio Perez.
Robert Kubica is considering more surgery on his injured hand this winter as he continues hope of a comeback to F1.
The 25-year-old, who is still recovering in hospital in Japan, admitted after accidents in the GP2 series that he had to change his driving style to become safer
Formula One executive Bernie Ecclestone is in discussions about hosting a grand prix on the streets of Las Vegas, including The Strip.
The world’s fastest drivers should soon return to the world’s biggest tourist attraction – because Las Vegas and Formula One are made for each other.
Jenson Button’s manager has hinted that the 2009 world champion is ready to turn his back on Formula One. McLaren are openly pursuing a reunion with Fernando Alonso.
Pirelli has opted to alter its tyre choice for the upcoming Brazilian Grand Prix after the original decision was branded as ‘dangerous’ by Felipe Massa.
Status Grand Prix will expand into GP2 in 2015 after completing the purchase of Caterham Racing and their entry.
Pirelli have altered their tyre choices for the Brazilian Grand Prix moving to a softer allocation with the soft tyre replacing the hard and the medium becoming the ‘prime tyre’.
Britain’s Jenson Button may switch to the world endurance championship unless he lands a competitive seat in F1 for 2015.
Sauber will hand Formula 1 test debuts to teenager Roy Nissany and former GP3 driver Adderly Fong in a two-year-old car in Valencia next week.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel have called on tyre manufacturer Pirelli to improve the performance of their wet-weather tyre in order to make Formula One safer.
“F1 is business, a huge business,” Christine Bianchi told French broadcaster RTL
Kimi Raikkonen has opened the door to staying at Ferrari and prolonging his Formula 1 career into 2016.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel have called on tyre manufacturer Pirelli to improve the performance of their wet-weather tyre in order to make Formula One safer.
The words were propelled by flame thrower. A day after Ferrari’s patrician ex-president, Luca di Montezemolo, left office, revealing on national television in Italy what we already knew, that Fernando Alonso would be following him out the door, his replacement, Sergio Marchionne, delivered his molten mission statement.
With the Italian team starved of success for the last six campaigns, new chairman Sergio Marchionne is willing to do whatever it takes to return Ferrari to former glories.
Tyre manufacturer Pirelli may yet change its thinking over the tyre choice for the forthcoming Brazilian Grand Prix, but not as a consequence of Felipe Massa’s ‘dangerous’ comments.
Daniel Johnson: Spaniard said it would be “step backwards” to leave Ferrari in 2009, now the two are heading for a very modern divorce
Ferrari have ended speculation surrounding Fernando Alonso’s future – with their outgoing president confirming he will cut short his contract at the end of the season.
BBC Sport looks at some of the the highs and lows from Fernando Alonso’s five-year spell at Ferrari.
Fernando Alonso will leave Ferrari at the end of the current Formula One season, according to the Italian team’s recently-departed president Luca Di Montezemolo.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel call for better wet-weather tyres to reduce the danger of racing in the rain.
The Marussia driver is still in hospital in Japan where he remains “stable but critical” after his crash at the Suzuka track 11 days ago
Ferrari have ended speculation surrounding Fernando Alonso’s future – with their outgoing president confirming he will cut short his contract at the end of the season.
Former president Luca Di Montezemolo appears to have confirmed Fernando Alonso’s departure from Ferrari after admitting the driver wants “another environment”.