Formula 1 is set to unexpectedly reintroduce mid-race refuelling as part of a package of changes to make the cars faster and more dramatic from 2017.
Refuelling is to return to F1 from 2017 as governing body the FIA propose a number of changes to increase excitement.
Valtteri Bottas has admitted he was surprised by Williams’ performance relative to their closest rivals in Spain given they only introduced a small number of updates.
Two spectacular IndyCar crashes during practice raise safety concerns ahead of this month’s Indianapolis 500.
In an exclusive interview with BBC Sport, McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says he expects the team to fight for big points.
Bernie Ecclestone’s summit fails to achieve deal and the plan to make prize money fairer is defeated
• Big teams such as Mercedes and Red Bull get go-ahead to supply others• F1 Strategy Group decision could lead to a two-tier …
Hamilton had his hopes of pole position snatched away by Rosberg’s practice lap last year and is determined not to let it happen again
Toro Rosso chief Franz Tost has backed his former driver Daniil Kvyat to come good at Red Bull, insisting the Russian has the “champion gene”.
Susie Wolff tells Clare Balding she received a call from Sir Stirling Moss after he said women do not have the mental skills to compete in F1.
Susie Wolff tells Clare Balding she received a call from Sir Stirling Moss after he said women do not have the mental skills to compete in F1.
After four 2015 defeats to Lewis Hamilton on the spin, Nico Rosberg desperately needed to deliver at the Spanish GP and, with his first pole and race victory of the season, the German driver certainly did just that.
Proposals aimed at improving F1′s spectacle and sustainability were discussed at a meeting of the sport’s leading powerbrokers on Thursday.
A host of proposals aimed at improving F1’s spectacle and sustainability are to be discussed at a meeting of the sport’s leading powerbrokers on Thursday.
Proposals aimed at improving F1′s spectacle and sustainability were discussed at a meeting of the sport’s leading powerbrokers on Thursday.
A host of proposals aimed at improving F1′s spectacle and sustainability were discussed at a meeting of the sport’s leading powerbrokers on Thursday.
Indy Car driver Helio Castroneves crashes his car at the first turn early in the practice session for the Indianapolis 500.
Sport’s decision makers to gather for yet another crisis meeting on Thursday to discuss revolution for the rules, but Bernie Ecclestone warns summit could be a flop
Jolyon Palmer stole the headlines on the final day of testing in Barcelona after late run on the supersoft tyres gave the Lotus driver the quickest time of the day.
Drivers will take the unusual step of surveying fans as Bernie Ecclestone and others explore ways of spicing up the sport.
Manor Marussia president Graeme Lowdon has been delighted with the job Will Stevens has done since joining the team.
The crux of Thursday’s debate over F1’s future is its decline as a spectacle. But there appears little appetite for radical change• Lewis Hamilton to sign three- …
Donald Mackenzie, co-chairman of F1′s owners, CVC Capital Partners, will oversee Thursday’s crucial meeting of the sport’s stakeholders
Former champions who are struggling with current engine supplier given sign of encouragement from Audi who suggest they may enter Formula One
For this race I was working for Sky Sports News HQ so my week is very different.
Red Bull motorsport advisor Dr Helmut Marko has dismissed reports quoting him as saying they’d pull out of F1 if Renault’s engine remained uncompetitive and they couldn’t alternatively link up with Audi.
Mercedes’ domination in Barcelona continued as Nico Rosberg topped the opening day of the in-season test at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Lewis Hamilton has finally agreed a new contract to stay at Mercedes, Sky sources understand.
Fernando Alonso believes the size of Mercedes’ win in the Spanish GP has vindicated his decision to move to McLaren, saying “nothing has changed” at Ferrari.
It would be reasonable to expect that any annual sporting event which had nine different winners over nine years would be quite a spectacle but unfortunately F1 in Barcelona can be rather steady on occasions.
BBC Sport commentator David Coulthard says F1 drivers are not being challenged enough and suggests areas for improvement.
With his team at rock bottom and facing a long road back, Ron Dennis should cut the bold statements, writes David Coulthard
Lewis Hamilton expects to sign his long-awaited new Mercedes contract when the teams arrive for the Monaco Grand Prix next week.
Three-year deal will be the biggest in British sporting history – more even than David Beckham’s in MLS – and will end almost 12 months of talks
• Hamilton says he will have news on contract in Monaco• World champion brushes off second-place finish in Spain• Rosberg wins in Spain and …
Mercedes’s F1 world champion confident contract saga will be sorted by conclusion of the next grand prix
Lewis Hamilton has hinted that he is close to signing a new contract with Mercedes, amid rumours that talks were deadlocked due to interest in the world champion from Ferrari.
McLaren’s Fernando Alonso talks about his “scary in lap” at the Spanish Grand Prix and says his brakes weren’t working and says the team need to make “double steps” to get competitive again.
Things got a little physical as Lewis Hamilton and his Arsenal legends took on a team of Sky Sports pundits at five-aside.
The 2015 drivers’ championship race is back on, McLaren still miles off the pace and Fernando Alonso’s lack of competitiveness is costing bums on seats at the Circuit de CatalunyaJust as …
Helmut Marko says the team are growing increasingly frustrated by their Renault engine, which is not allowing them to compete at the top of the sport
• Maurizio Arrivabene restricts Ferrari’ ambition to three race wins this season• Sebastian Vettel had talked up his own chances after Spanish Grand PrixFerrari team …
McLaren driver says he does not expect to win any points this season after another disastrous Grand Prix for struggling car
Toto Wolff reckons there’s more to come from Nico Rosberg after his victory in the Spanish GP and that F1 should prepare itself for another season-long battle between him and Lewis Hamilton.
McLaren’s Fernando Alonso retired from the Spanish Grand Prix because his helmet’s visor blocked a brake duct.