After around five months without racing it was great to finally get back to business in Bahrain.
Paddy Lowe rejects tinkering with fuel loads and race distance ‘I hope we can put all this ridiculous talk in F1 behind us’Mercedes have described as "absurd" the possibility …
In this week’s edition, F1 photographer Darren Heath and former head of Cosworth Mark Gallagher join Anna Woolhouse to discuss the fall-out from the Bahrain GP.
Daniel Johnson: F1 loves a good soap opera and there are so many factors and subplots at play in the intriguing Mercedes team rivalry
Michael Schumacher’s family are notably relieved and feeling “great happiness” after the ex-F1 star showed considerable signs of improvement on a recent hospital visit, says ex-driver Jean Alesi.
Michael Schumacher’s family are notably relieved and feeling “great happiness” after the ex-F1 star showed considerable signs of improvement on a recent hospital visit, says his former track rival Jean Alesi.
Fallows, who left Red Bull last year, starts job immediately McLaren-bound Peter Prodromou is put on gardening leaveDan Fallows has been appointed the head of aerodynamics at Red Bull …
Ferrari’s attempts to improve their form suffer a setback as they abandon running early at this week’s Bahrain test.
Championship leaders claim they would probably have quit F1 if the sport had not adopted new hybrids
“I felt a relief among his family, a great happiness at how things were developing. That is brilliant – even if the road back is still a long one”
After being delivered an excellent car by Mercedes mechanics at the Bahrain Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton can also count on the support of an A-list star.
Running on a new range of development tyres, Lewis Hamilton was fastest on the second and final day of testing in Bahrain as Mercedes maintained their record of being quickest in every timed session in the desert this week.
Mercedes can be caught in 2014 despite their huge pace advantage, McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says.
Mercedes can be caught in 2014 despite their huge pace advantage, McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says.
Christian Horner has described the 18 points at stake in Red Bull’s appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s Australian GP disqualification as “vital” ahead of Monday’s hearing in Paris.
Nico Rosberg completed more than two race distances at the Bahrain International Circuit on Tuesday in his bid to wrestle the tittle initiative back from Lewis Hamilton.
McLaren say aerodynamics expert Dan Fallow is contracted to them after rivals Red Bull announce he has joined them.
Dan Fallows has been appointed Head of Aerodynamics at Red Bull as Peter Prodromou begins his gardening leave ahead of his move to McLaren.
Mercedes says the team would probably have quit Formula 1 if the sport had not adopted its new turbo hybrid engines.
BBC Sport F1 analyst Allan McNish looks at why Williams and Ferrari are struggling to fulfil their potential after three races
Formula 1′s return to full in-season testing commenced in Bahrain on Tuesday and in keeping with the Mercedes-dominated race weekend at Sakhir it was Nico Rosberg who comfortably set the Day One pace.
Silverstone will open its pitlane to fans holding three day tickets on the Thursday ahead of this year’s British Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso has called on Ferrari to work ‘day and night’ in an attempt to fire the ailing marque back to the front of the grid.
Bahrain International Circuit showed marque’s weaknesses Ferrari’s focus will be on the aero packageFernando Alonso has called on Ferrari to work "day and night" …
Fernando Alonso has called on Ferrari to work “day and night” in an attempt to fire the ailing marque back to the front of the grid.
The first in-season test of the year is underway in Bahrain with the teams in action on both Tuesday and Wednesday.
The first in-season test of the year is underway in Bahrain with the teams in action on both Tuesday and Wednesday.
Daniel Johnson on five things he learned from thrilling Bahrain GP where Hamilton held off team-mate
While many fans might be wondering why Bernie Ecclestone and Ferrari’s Luca di Montezemolo so harshly criticised the new Formula One over the weekend and demanded changes to spice things up, McLaren’s executive chairman, Ron Dennis, sprang to its defence after the most exciting race of the new era, in which Lewis Hamilton narrowly beat his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in Bahrain.
Fresh from his drive to victory in last Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix – the so-called ‘Race of the Century’ – it is back to school for Lewis Hamilton.
Briton wants to see wheel-to-wheel racing like the fans and says victory over Nico Rosberg made him “really proud”. Daniel Johnson reports
Hamilton finished first ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg ‘The team put that trust in us, which is great’As the sand settled on the greatest Formula One race …
The German was handed an ‘Idiot’s Guide’ containing detailed analysis of his British teammate’s strengths – but still only came second
While many fans might be wondering why Bernie Ecclestone and Ferrari’s Luca di Montezemolo so harshly criticised the new Formula One over the weekend and demanded changes to spice things up, McLaren’s executive chairman, Ron Dennis, sprang to its defence after the most exciting race of the new era, in which Lewis Hamilton narrowly beat his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in Bahrain.
Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton are the early pacesetters in the race for the 2014 Formula One title. Click here to see a full list of the drivers’ and constructors’ standings.
Lewis Hamilton says he wouldn’t have been able to hang on to victory of the Bahrain GP – in what is being billed as the duel of the century – without the skills he learnt in karting as a youth.
Britain’s Formula 1 superstar won his second race in a row in a thrillingly close battle with team-mate Nico Rosberg
David Coulthard praises Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg’s battle – and says the Briton is arguably the best driver in Formula 1
BBC expert David Coulthard on why victory in Bahrain shows Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton is arguably the best driver in F1.
Team principal admits Mercedes are a long way ahead but Red Bull can “make inroads” when races start in Europe
Nico Rosberg has vowed to beat Lewis Hamilton at the Chinese Grand Prix after their gripping battle in Bahrain. The Mercedes pair went head-to-head for the race victory in one of the finest Formula One races in recent memory.
‘Big six’ teams wrote to FIA president to object Force India not part of group that votes on major changesForce India have vowed to show no …
Christian Horner insists Red Bull and Renault aren’t yet resigned to a season of Mercedes domination but concedes the World Champions must “start making inroads” into their rivals’ advantage when F1 returns to Europe.
Almost 100 days after the F1 legend sustained severe head injuries in a skiing accident, his manager claimed the seven-time champion was “making progress”
Formula 1 drops its plans for a cost cap in 2015 after leading teams oppose the idea, says FIA president Jean Todt.
Hamilton claimed a second successive victory in Bahrain, holding off the advances of team-mate Nico Rosberg and Force India’s Sebastian Perez
FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED: Esteban Gutierrez was taken to hospital for precautionary checks after his jaw-dropping crash with Pastor Maldonado in Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix.
Vijay Mallya thinks Force India can continue to challenge at the front of F1 after Sergio Perez’s podium finish at the Bahrain GP.
Vijay Mallya is confident Force India can continue to challenge at the front of F1 after Sergio Perez’s podium finish at the Bahrain GP.