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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.
Lots of news is emerging from the Ferrari camp recently, and today it has been reported that under the team's new leadership, the drivers' racecar engineering team will also be reshuffled.
Former Formula One driver Mark Webber has suffered a major crash in the 6 hours race of Sao Paulo, the last event of this year's World Endurance Championship.
Former Formula One driver Mark Webber has suffered a major crash in the 6 hours race of Sao Paulo, the last event of this year's World Endurance Championship.
Scuderia Toro Rosso has announced that Carlos Sainz will join the team with immediate effect. It means that our driver line-up for the 2015 season is now established as Max Verstappen and Carlo Sainz.
Some media have recently picked up on obvious spying from Ferrari towards other teams, seemingly surprised that this happens in the sport. In reality however, it's “normal”.
Williams F1 have signed a new multi-year partnership agreement with the global consumer goods company Unilever, beginning in 2015. Unilever previously had a sponsorship agreement with Lotus.
McLaren endured a very difficult test at Abu Dhabi, one that was set to see the glorious public debut of the first Honda powered Formula One car in nearly ten years.
At the final in-season test of the year, held straight after the season-closing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Pirelli’s 2015 tyres were seen for the first time – although there were no dedicated Pirelli test days, with each team concentrating on its own independent programme.
Mercedes test driver Pascal Wehrlein ended the 2014 running by putting Mercedes on top of the timesheets, as has so often been the case this year. The day effectively concludes 2014, with the next track action only foreseen at the Jerez winter test in 2 months time.
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Valtteri Bottas topped the first day of the young drivers test at Abu Dhabi, approximately half a second faster than Ferrari's Kimi Räikkönen and Mercedes rival Nico Rosberg.
Ahead of the final test of the 2014 Formula One season, all teams have confirmed their drivers for the two day young drivers test at Abu Dhabi. Marussia is evidently the only absent team.
Scuderia Ferrari have appointed a new team principal in name of Maurizio Arrivabene, replacing Marco Mattiaci who only joined the team 8 months ago, but recently lost a lot of credit in his handling of Alonso's departure.
The CaterhamF1 Team has announced that Will Stevens will run its car on both days during the upcoming Abu Dhabi test. Stevens debuted in Formula One last weekend at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and is hopeful the gained experience increases his chance for a 2015 F1 seat.
Jean-Eric Vergne was the only man to finish the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix for Toro Rosso, and contrary to expectations he lacked the pace to finish in the top 10. Team mate Daniil Kvyat failed to finish due to an engine problem.
Daniel Ricciardo was once more hailed by Red Bull team principal Christian Horner for his great drive to 4th following a start from the pitlane. Sebastian Vettel meanwhile rounded off his final race for Red Bull Racing with an 8th place finish.
As the 2014 season came to a close in Abu Dhabi, Sahara Force India ended the season in style with a strong double points finish at Yas Marina. With double points on offer, the team scored 28 points as Nico Hulkenberg raced to sixth place just ahead of Sergio Perez in seventh.
Caterham F1 returned to racing this weekend at Abu Dhabi, resulting in a finish for rookie Will Stevens. Kamui Kobayashi on the other hand was driving comfortably ahead of his team mate until he had to retire his car.
Sahara Force India has confirmed that Sergio Perez has extended his contract to continue racing with the team for 2015 and beyond. He will continue to team up with Nico Hulkenberg with whom a contract extension was announced earlier.
The race stewards at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix have opted to disqualify both Red Bull drivers after it was found that the team had designed its front wings to flex under aerodynamic load.
The race stewards at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix have opted to disqualify both Red Bull drivers after it was found that the team had designed its front wings to flex under aerodynamic load.
Nico Rosberg has taken pole position this evening at Abu Dhabi, outperforming team mate and championship rival Lewis Hamilton. Williams' Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa qualified third and fourth and will start from the second row on the grid.
McLaren team principal Ron Dennis has outlined McLaren's thinking in choosing a deal with newcomer Honda over the team's current partnership with Mercedes.
Nico Rosberg jumped atop the timesheet in the final practice session ahead of qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. He went 3 tenths quicker around Yes Marina that his team mate Lewis Hamilton after the latter proved fastest in both Friday sessions.
Lewis Hamilton continued to have the edge in the second practice session at Abu Dhabi, going less than a tenth of a second faster than his team mate Nico Rosberg. Behind the Mercedes duo, the competition edged closed, even though still roughly 8 tenths behind.
Lewis Hamilton enjoyed a trouble-free start to the Abu Dhabi GP weekend by ending the first practice session on top, little more than a tenth ahead of team mate Nico Rosberg. The duo confirmed their car's dominance as third fastest man Alonso was 1.7s slower on his fastest lap.
Fernando Alonso will depart from his beloved Ferrari team. The two-time world champion speaks about the reasons behind his decision and the past year when he raced in the fabled scarlet car.
After nine months of intense racing, the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship draws to a close in Abu Dhabi next weekend. With double points up for grabs for the first time in the sport’s history, it promises to be a thrilling climax to the season.
Caterham F1 Team has confirmed Will Stevens to race for the team at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. He will join Kamui Kobayashi in the team's return to the grid after being absent from the US and Brazilian events.
Scuderia Ferrari have confirmed on Friday morning that Fernando Alonso will leave the squad at the end of the year. The Spaniard puts an end to his career in scarlet after five years.
Ferrari announced today that Sebastian Vettel will join the team as from next year as the fabled Italian squad embarks a new chapter in its history. After weeks of discussions and speculations Ferrari officially put an end to the story as it confirmed that long-serving Fernando Alonso will leave the team at the end of the season and he will be replaced by quadruple Sebastian Vettel.
Tom Kristensen, the most succesful endurance racer all time, had announced his retirement from motor sport, stopping his counter on 9 victories in the Le Mans 24 hours race.
Jules Bianchi has been flown back to France after starting to breathe unaided, his parents has announced in a statement today. Bianchi is still unconscious and will continue to be treated for his injuries caused by a crash at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Lotus F1 Team is pleased to announce that Romain Grosjean will continue to drive for the team in 2015 as it embarks on its first season with Mercedes-Benz power. Romain will continue to partner Pastor Maldonado, who was confirmed for 2015 earlier this year.
Sahara Force India has named GP2 Series Champion Jolyon Palmer and 22-year-old Australian Spike Goddard as the team's line-up for next week's young driver test in Abu Dhabi.
Veteran motorsports engineer Matt Borland has been named vice president of technology for Haas F1 Team and Stewart-Haas Racing. Borland will attempt to become the link between Haas F1 Team and the Stewart-Haas team that competes in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.
The McLaren F1 Team has postponed a decision on its 2015 driver line-up to 1 December at the earliest, attempting to put the focus back on the final race of the season this weekend at Abu Dhabi.
The McLaren F1 Team has postponed a decision on its 2015 driver line-up to 1 December at the earliest, attempting to put the focus back on the final race of the season this weekend at Abu Dhabi.
Formula Renault 3.5 Champion Carlos Sainz Jr will line-up alongside Daniel Ricciardo for Infiniti Red Bull Racing’s final test of the 2014 season at Yas Marina Circuit on November 25 and 26 following the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.