F1 Technical

Mercedes AMG F1 today completed a first day of running with its 2015 specification Formula One car during a short filming day at Silverstone before a blizzard ended filming.
McLaren Honda have unveiled their new car for the 2015 season in a clip, comparing it directly to its legendary MP4-6. Contrary to expectations, the team unveiled with a dashing new livery, including chrome, black and Honda's own red colours.
British racing driver Alex Lynn will be joining Williams Martini Racing as Development Driver for the 2015 Formula One World Championship season. Lynn will mainly use the team's simulator to help setup the car for each race while helping the development of the team's car, the Mercedes-powered FW37
Technical Director at Renault Sport F1, Rob White highlights that the company has undertaken numerous structural and technical changes over the winter and revealed the new Renault power unit will feature a different combustion chamber and a new exhaust concept.
Sauber F1 Team has confirmed it will hold on online launch of its new Sauber C34 Ferrari on January 30. Images and information of the team's new design will be released at 10:00 GMT+1.
The Mercedes AMG F1 Team has announced a new partnership with leading helmet manufacturer Schuberth to become an Official Team Supplier for the 2015 onwards.
Scuderia Ferrari have revealed the name of its new Formula One car with which it will contest the 2015 season. The car, internally named project 666 will be called SF15-T as chosen by 'the people in Maranello'.
Renault has set a rather ambitious target: it intends to halve the gap to dominant Mercedes. The French manufacturer will start the season with a heavily-modified power unit.
Lotus F1 Team have revealed a number of images of its new contender set to debut on track on February 1 at Jerez. The car is the first Enstone built car to be powered by a Mercedes-Benz engine.
The Sauber F1 Team has announced a promotional partnership with Hewlett-Packard. The partnership includes the introduction of a new supercomputer for the team, mainly targeted at CFD simulations.
Ferrari Team Principal Maurizio Arrivabene has joined Niki Lauda in his belief that Formula One must work to improve the spectacle in an attempt to re-gain interest.
This analysis look closer to how more maximum volume is not always leading to more airflow underneath the nose
Sahara Force India has become the second team to show the first details of its car and the new livery, even though the team earlier announced that it will debut on track only at the second winter test.
Sahara Force India has become the second team to show the first details of its car and the new livery, even though the team earlier announced that it will debut on track only at the second winter test.
Following up on the publication of the first picture of the Williams FW37 yesterday, the team's Chief Technical Officer, Pat Symonds highlights the development path of the new contender, admitting that the nose changes were more impacting than expected.
Reigning GP2 Series Champion Jolyon Palmer today joined Lotus F1 Team as Third Driver for the 2015 season. He is set to attend all 2015 F1 races and will complete “a significant number of FP1 sessions”.
The Williams FW37 has become the first car to be pictured as it is present in all its glory on the cover of the new edition of F1 Racing magazine. The cover however is a rendering and is unlikely to be the final spec for on-track testing.
Sahara Force India has announced the beginning of a partnership with world-famous tequila brand, Jose Cuervo. The famous logos will appear on the headrest of the VJM08, the drivers’ suits and all team clothing.
Scuderia Toro Rosso has become the latest team to confirm its launch plans, saying it will present its new STR10 to the media on January 31st, the evening before testing starts at Jerez.
CNN International and McLaren Technology Group announced today that CNN is confirmed as a new McLaren-Honda partner for the 2015 Formula 1 season and beyond.
The Mercedes AMG F1 Team has confirmed that it will unveil its new car, named the F1 W06 Hybrid on Sunday 1 February, the morning before testing commences at Circuito de Jerez in Spain.
Some hope of survival remains for the troubled Marussia F1 Team as an auction of the team's remaining assets has been postponed to a later date, allowing the team to continue searching for investors.
FIA technical delegate Charlie Whiting has confirmed that Honda will be allowed to develop its power unit throughout the 2015 season on a similar basis as was allowed for the other manufacturers.
With 2015 car launches and pre-season testing closing in rapidly, let's have a look at the 2015 nose cone regulations.
Jean-Eric Vergne has now started work at Ferrari. The 24 year old Frenchman spent the day at the Maranello facility, meeting engineers and management, as well as getting to grips with his new “office,” the F1 simulator.
McLaren has announced they are renaming the McLaren Group to McLaren Technology Group in an attempt to reflect the company's move to 'a diversified high-technology company'.
Scuderia Ferrari have announced they will launch their 2015 Formula One car on 30 January via its website and social media platforms. The team confirmed earlier that it would not hold a full-on launch to save development time.
As part of the publication of the 2015 Formula One regulations, the FIA has finalised the details of the new virtual safety car system in an attempt to improve safety while marshals are on track.
McLaren has become the first team to firmly set a launch date for its 2015 car, commencing another era of Honda powered McLarens after many years of partnership with Mercedes.
The Walloon government has given green light to the organiser of Spa Grand Prix to seal a contract extension with Bernie Ecclestone, ready to cover financial losses that may occur.
Williams has signed a new technical IT partnership with Dtex Systems, a global security software provider, that will see Dtex introduce its auditing software across Williams’ range of business operations.
Formula One's governing body has specified that exact points system that will make it harder to get a superlicense needed to race in the FIA's top series.
Sahara Force India has confirmed a date for the unveiling of its new 2015 Formula One car. The Mercedes-powered VJM08 has been confirmed to uncover itself on January 21.
Williams has announced an updated Race Operations structure to further bolster the engineering department ahead of the 2015 FIA Formula One World Championship season.
It is now confirmed that Formula One's current engine manufacturers will not be bound on the engine homologation deadline and will instead be able to develop their engines throughout 2015.
Mercedes team principal Toto Wollf has revealed that his team is on target to get its new 2015 car ready in time for a shakedown ahead of their trip to Jerez for the first official winter test.
The Sauber F1 Team has announced Raffaele Marciello as its test and reserve driver for 2015. He completes the driver team for 2015, alongside new race drivers Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson.
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Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne and team principal Maurizio Arrivabene has reiterated 2015 will become a year of reconstruction for the Scuderia, knowing that 2014 was 'a year to forget'.
Well known trackside engineer Jock Clear has joined Scuderia Ferrari, ending his job at Senior Performance Engineer that he fulfilled in recent years with the Mercedes AMG F1 Team.
Scuderia Ferrari has signed Jean-Eric Vergne to become part of the testing team to 'work on car development in the simulator'. At the same time, Pedro De La Rosa has been announced to leave the team at the end of the year.
Toto Wolff has recognised he has learned a great deal from four time World Champion Alain Prost when the latter gave him advice early in the season on how to prevent a driver war.
Ferrari have confirmed the departure of Pat Fry and Nikolas Tombazis from the Scuderia, amidst a reorganisation that started when new team principal Maurizio Arrivabene came in charge.
Ferrari have announced the signing of Esteban Gutierrez as the team's new test and reserve driver. Mexican Gutierrez previously competed in F1 for two years with Sauber.
Williams F1 have confirmed the appointment of Steve Nielsen as the team's new Sporting Director. Nielsen comes over from Toro Rosso and joins Williams with immediate effect.
McLaren have finally announced their new driver line-up for 2015 as it embarks on a new era with Honda power. While Fernando Alonso joins from Ferrari, Jenson Button is retained as a racing racing.
On the night from Friday to Saturday, burglars have stolen a large number of F1 trophies from Red Bull Racing. The beak in caused significant damage as offenders drove a vehicle through the building's front entrance.
Sahara Force India has announced it will use the Toyota Motorsport wind tunnel in Cologne for all of the team's future aerodynamic testing in 2015 and the foreseeable future.
A review of Jules Bianchi's serious crash on lap 43 of the Japanese Grand Prix has shown that the Frenchman likely did not slow enough in the approach to turn 7, where double yellow flags were waved.
The FIA World Motorsport Council has ratified a number of regulation changes for Formula One from 2015 onwards, including the removal of double points in the final race and the introduction of the virtual safety car.