McLaren will announce on Thursday whether Jenson Button or Kevin Magnussen will partner Fernando Alonso in 2015.
McLaren are expected to announce later today that Jenson Button will partner Fernando Alonso for the 2015 season.
McLaren appear poised to finally confirm their 2015 driver line-up on Thursday after scheduling a media event at their Woking HQ.
Formula One teams will this week decide who will become the new chairman of their sport, as the current incumbent is stepping down to battle a long-running illness.
For the first time in motorsport history, Britain claimed a clean sweep of F1, GP2 and GP3 championship honours in 2014 and this week’s special F1 Midweek Report: Season Review show will be paying effusive tribute to all three of those achievements.
Bernie Ecclestone says Formula One was spared a ‘lousy season’ by the Lewis Hamilton v Nico Rosberg Mercedes sub-plot
Formula 4 champion George Russell, 16, is named the youngest ever winner of the McLaren Autosport BRDC Award.
Christian Horner insists that deposed world champions Red Bull remain a strong force and is confident they will close the gap to Mercedes in 2015.
Former world champion Jenson Button says he “just has to deal” with the uncertainty over whether he has a future at McLaren.
• Ecclestone: Vettel has acted like ‘a defeated guy’• F1 chief also admits Ferrari have been disappointing• 10 issues still to be resolved in Formula OneThe …
Formula One chief executive criticises German’s attitude after failing to successfully defend his title
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes picked up their respective World Championship trophies for 2014 in the FIA’s prize-giving gala in Doha.
Remember Lewis Hamilton being refused entry to the Australian GP? BBC Sport looks at the 2014 F1 season’s unusual moments.
Bankruptcies and big bonuses dominated the sport this year. Can a repeat perfomance be prevented?
McLaren are the only team certain to be taking part in F1 next year who have yet to name their drivers line-up leaving Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen in limbo
Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner said the team are devastated after more than 60 trophies were stolen from their factory on Saturday morning.
A gang of six men used a 4×4 to smash through the front entrance and made off with trophies accumulated over five years
More than 60 trophies belonging to Red Bull Racing are stolen from the Formula 1 team’s Milton Keynes factory after a 4×4 drove through the entrance.
• Thieves drive car through Red Bull factory’s entrance• Team left devastated after more than 60 cups stolenRed Bull have lost a significant slice of their history after the audacious …
Red Bull have been left “devastated” after more than 60 trophies were stolen during a break in at their Milton Keynes factory.
Thieves break into Red Bull’s Milton Keynes factory on Saturday morning and steal more than 60 trophies won by the Formula One team
Lewis Hamilton says he will have to come back stronger in 2015 if he is to stay ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Eric Boullier maintains there are no problems at McLaren delaying a decision on their 2015 line-up and that the team are simply taking time to ensure they appoint the right drivers.
Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton was presented with the 2014 drivers’ championship trophy at the FIA’s annual awards ceremony in Qatar on Friday.
Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen will have to wait a few more days yet before discovering their fate with McLaren.
McLaren’s delay over deciding on Jenson Button’s future with the team is ‘disgusting’, says ex-driver Derek Warwick.
• Team delay decision over partner for Fernando Alonso• Spokesman says no verdict until next week at earliest• Button relaxed about future: ‘Don’t worry about me’ Jenson Button and …
Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen may be in direct competition for a 2015 race seat at McLaren but the pair have displayed a show of solidarity amid the continued uncertainty over their F1 futures.
Daniel Johnson: McLaren perfectly entitled to drop Jenson Button but to drag this shilly-shallying over driver line-up to such lengths disrespectful
Button may be forced to walk away as McLaren board meeting to discuss 2015 line-up ends in deadlock
• Record-breaking Olympian and F1 designer team up• Ainslie adds Formula One knowhow to 2017 team• Ainslie confirms talks with NeweyThe most successful sailor in Olympic Games history is …
A McLaren board meeting breaks up without the team making a final decision on their driver line-up for 2015.
Sir Ben Ainslie will work with the Red Bull Formula 1 team as part of his bid to win the America’s Cup with a British team.
The most-successful sailor in Olympic history is to join forces with Formula One’s most-decorated designer in a bid to win the America’s Cup.
The Volkswagen Group, the world’s second biggest car maker, is conducting a feasibility study into a potential F1 entry.
Jenson Button is feeling ‘comfortable’ over his future no matter which way the dice may fall. A decision from McLaren as to who will partner Fernando Alonso is set to be announced on Friday.
Button’s impatient to learn if he has part to play as McLaren board meet on Thursday to discuss their 2015 line-up
• Team to choose partner for Fernando Alonso• Briton linked with Porsche drive in sports carsJenson Button has told his fans “don’t worry about me” …
• Team to choose partner for Fernando Alonso• Briton linked with Porsche drive in sports carsJenson Button has told his fans “don’t worry about me” as the …
Fernando Alonso’s relationship with Lewis Hamilton appears to be back to full strength after footage emerged of the pair embracing following the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi.
Jenson Button has told Sky Sports News HQ he still does not know if he will be retained by McLaren in 2015.
Force India have announced they will switch all their aerodynamic testing to Toyota’s wind tunnel in Cologne “in 2015 and beyond”.
Force India have announced they will switch all their aerodynamic testing to Toyota’s wind tunnel in Cologne “in 2015 and beyond”.
Impending major changes in the Formula One hierarchy could pile the pressure on Bernie Ecclestone
WARNING – GRAPHIC CONTENT: A 396-page report on the crash which left Jules Bianchi requiring surgery for a severe head injury after his car hit a crane has been presented to FIA president Jean Todt.
David Coulthard has urged McLaren to retain Jenson Button with the British driver’s Formula One future hanging in limbo.
BBC Sport’s chief F1 writer Andrew Benson analyses the key findings from the FIA report into Jules Bianchi’s crash.
• FIA panel presents findings in 396-page report• Bianchi still unconscious and critical in a Nice hospital• Reaction to Jules Bianchi’s crash at Japanese GP• FIA sets up accident …
• FIA panel presents findings in 396-page report• Bianchi still unconscious and critical in a Nice hospital• Reaction to Bianchi’s crash• FIA sets up accident panel to look into …