A series of problems on the final day of testing at Bahrain restricted McLaren’s attempts to trial their new Melbourne-spec front-wing as the team’s pre-season preparations ended in frustration.
Lewis Hamilton is quickest on the final day of testing in Bahrain to underline Mercedes’ status as season-opener favourites.
“It is a great privilege to be able to honour arguably the greatest racing driver in the history of F1,” circuit chairman Zayed Al Zayani said
The family of Michael Schumacher have welcomed the news that the first corner of the Bahrain International Circuit will be renamed after the Formula One legend, who is still in a coma in a French hospital after a skiing accident in late December.
The family of Michael Schumacher have welcomed the news that the first corner of the Bahrain International Circuit will be renamed after the Formula One legend, who is still in a coma in a French hospital after a skiing accident in late December.
The family of Michael Schumacher have welcomed the news that the first corner of the Bahrain International Circuit will be renamed after the Formula One legend, who is still in a coma in a French hospital after a skiing accident in late December.
Seven times world champion Michael Schumacher, still in a coma in a French hospital after a skiing accident in late December, is to have the first corner of Bahrain’s Formula One circuit named after him.
The world champion has struggled during pre-season but having been dominant in recent years the German expects to compete once again
The Bahrain International Circuit has paid tribute to Michael Schumacher by renaming its Turn 1 in honour of the seven-time world champion.
Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher has a corner named after him at Bahrain’s Formula 1 circuit.
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel spins off the track to bring out a red flag during day four of Formula 1 testing in Bahrain.
Michael Schumacher has had a corner which he helped to design in Bahrain named after him in his honour
Lewis Hamilton ensured 2014 title favourites Mercedes ended their impressive winter’s work on top of the timesheet as F1′s challenging and unpredictable testing season in recent memory came to a typically problem-filled end in Bahrain.
Nearly two months after Michael Schumacher suffered serious head injuries in a skiing accident and was placed in a drug-induced coma, some neurologists say the seven-time Formula One champion seems unlikely to make a full recovery.
Sebastian Vettel has said it is “impossible” for him to have expectations of a fifth straight title this season given the problems Red Bull have been experiencing during testing.
By nightfall in Bahrain, Christian Horner will have calculated the size of the crisis confronting Red Bull two weeks before Sebastian Vettel begins the defence of his world title at the Australian Grand Prix.
Formula One’s global audience could be denied the spectacle of star drivers like Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton racing wheel-to-wheel when the 2014 championship begins in Australia in a fortnight.
Neurologists have warned that Michael Schumacher now seems unlikely to make a full recovery after spending nearly two months in a drug-induced coma.
Some reports say the world champion marched out of the garage and was deeply unhappy about the performance of his stuttering F1 racer
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Red Bull’s problems ahead of the new Formula 1 season continue on day three of testing in Bahrain.
Nico Rosberg says he is fully prepared for the Australian Grand Prix after completing 103 laps on his final day in the W05 ahead of the new season – even if he admits the “car is not 100% ready yet.”
There’s only one day of testing left in Bahrain ahead of the new season, but the four-time world champion and his team are in trouble
Some reports suggested the four-time world champion had lost his cool following another unsuccessful day of testing in Jerez
Four corners and then to the end of the pit-lane. That was as far as world champion Sebastian Vettel managed
Red Bull’s preparations for the 2014 Formula 1 season hit a new low on day three of the final pre-season test in Bahrain.
Felipe Massa finished Day Three of the final pre-season test with the fastest time in Bahrain thus far, but it was Red Bull who once again made the headlines with unreliability issues.
Sebastian Vettel endured yet another troubled day of pre-season testing after his reliability-hit Red Bull ground to a halt twice on Saturday morning.
Team Principal Christian Horner admits Red Bull Racing are “on the back foot” but says he is “confident” of resolving their reliability problems ahead of the first race in Melbourne.
Qualifying changes will be introduced this coming season in an effort to get all of the top-ten cars out on track during the final session.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says he does not know how long it will take to solve their cars’ reliability problems.
Rachel Brookes discusses Red Bull’s difficult pre-season, talk of a B-spec car and if Sebastian Vettel really threw a hissy fit with Team Principal Christian Horner.
World champions express relief at positive running, while Jenson Button admits drivers look at the performance of other teams and it is “rubbish” to say they do not
Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso review day two of the final pre-season test in Bahrain.
Lewis Hamilton, Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso review day two of the final pre-season test in Bahrain.
Doctors say the failure to wake Michael Schumacher from his 2-month coma does not bode well for a recovery
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Jenson Button is expecting a much more competitive McLaren once the season starts, although he concedes that their car still lacks outright performance compared to its rivals.
Red Bull enjoyed their most productive day of pre-season testing so far to offer a glimmer of hope they are finally starting to get on top of their troubles.
Lewis Hamilton admitted that Friday in Bahrain “wasn’t a spectacular day” for 2014 favourites Mercedes but stressed that it was better that unreliability issues struck the W05 in winter testing rather than when the serious business of racing begins in Australia.
An idea to introduce the ruling into other races was curtailed when it received insufficient support
Fernando Alonso doubts whether any team or driver will be completely ready for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, but insists he is happy with Ferrari’s progress.
Formula One’s controversial double points system will only be valid at the final race of the season, and not the last three rounds. The F1 strategy Group confirmed the news on Friday.
Pirelli’s Paul Hembery believes Formula 1 cars will make “two or three stops” during races in 2014 after analysing data from the latest test in Bahrain.
Red Bull finally show some pace as reliability problems hit early favourites Mercedes in the final pre-season test in Bahrain.
F1 bosses decide against extending the controversial double points scheme to the final three races of the season.
F1 bosses decide against extending the controversial double points scheme to the final three races of the season.
Force India’s Sergio Perez topped the timesheets for the second day in a row as the Mercedes teams experienced mixed fortunes on Day Two of the final Bahrain test while Red Bull basked in a rare glimmer of good news.