There is a pincer movement going on behind the scenes in F1 at the moment, with CVC Capital Partners, the financiers who control the commercial side of the sport, as the target. The message to them is clear; they need to act now to save the sport – either by exiting and leaving it to […]
Daniel Ricciardo has received high praise from Helmut Marko with the Red Bull advisor saying he is at the same level as Seb Vettel…
F1 world champion Jenson Button produced a near-elite time as he completed his first London Marathon.
Monisha Kaltenborn says Sauber can be pleased with the drivers it has signed for 2015 after a strong start to the new F1 campaign.
Manor-Marussia rookie Will Stevens is looking forward to more familiar tracks on the F1 schedule, and the ability to continue proving that he deserves a place at motorsport’s top table.
Mick Schumacher, the son of seven-time F1 champion Michael, placed ninth as best rookie on his debut in the new ADAC Formula 4 series.
Nico Rosberg isn’t worried about the standings as he needs to come up with a way to not only beat Lewis Hamilton, but also keep Ferrari behind him…
Fernando Alonso says it is ‘tough’ for F1 drivers to have their opinion heard, before adding he ‘doesn’t get the same feelings’ from this era of the sport
There is big news from Volkswagen today with the announcement that supervisory board Chairman Ferdinand Piech has resigned on Saturday after losing a boardroom fight that he had provoked with Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn. Piech has been the major figure in VW for more than 20 years and has been the block to the company […]
A rare opportunity to obtain a piece of Ayrton Senna’s F1 heritage is on the horizon – for anyone with a spare £1m…
Daniil Kvyat says it is time for actions rather than words from Renault as Red Bull continues to trail Formula 1′s frontrunners
Former world champion Jacques Villeneuve has suggested F1 backmarker Manor-Marussia would be better off on a lower rung of the motorsport ladder…
Four-time F1 world champion Sebastian Vettel will return to his roots this season after agreeing to become patron of the new ADAC Formula 4 series.
A look back in pictures at the Bahrain Grand Prix, where Lewis Hamilton made it three wins from four
Reigning F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton is used to being number one, so his position in the annual Sunday Times Rich List comes as no surprise….
Though the current regulations are set to undergo earlier-than-planned tweaks, Toto Wolff rejects the idea that the new era of F1 has ‘failed’
Though the current regulations are set to undergo earlier-than-planned tweaks, Toto Wolff rejects the idea that the new era of F1 has ‘failed’
Sebastian Vettel may be the closest challenger to Mercedes but has downplayed talk of him fighting for this year’s Drivers’ Championship…
Carlos Sainz: It wouldn’t surprise me that, if McLaren-Honda can bring 80bhp more, they can suddenly be in front of us and even at the top.
Simona de Silvestro describes the prospect of an all-female racing series as ‘interesting, but not the way to go’
Crash.net talks to Simona de Silvestro about the challenges for women in motorsport, the prospect of all-female series and her brief time at Sauber
Claire Williams says that her team can’t be too dissatisfied with the start of the season despite coming into it with ambitions to lead the chase of Ferrari. The Williams has clearly been the third best car this season, although … Continue reading →
We have another exciting competition for you this weekend. Today top F1 photographer, Darren Heath, a long standing friend and collaborator of JA on F1 has launched a sumptuous new photo book “Art Of The Race” and we have three copies to give away. Art Of The Race tells the story in images of last […]
After being out of the points for nearly 11 months Romain Grosjean made it two scores in eight days when he followed up seventh in China with the same result in Bahrain. The Frenchman agrees that the Lotus E23 has … Continue reading →
Mercedes has ‘gone out of its way’ to ensure all four teams receive parity in its engine supply, according to Williams’ Rob Smedley.
At 67 years of age, Luca Montezemolo is “old school” F1, his involvement in the sport dating back to the early 1970s, when Enzo Ferrari took a shine to the youngster and put him in charge of his Formula 1 operation. There was an upturn in the team’s fortunes, with Niki Lauda as the lead driver. […]
Luca di Montezemolo believes F1 needs to undergo a major revival for 2020 and that it must include "massively" reduced costs…
Contemporary Formula 1 machinery will run at Brands Hatch for the first time in seven years when Lotus completes a filming day on Monday
There is much talk going on at the moment in F1 circles about engine regulations for the future, with a suggestion that there might be a compromise with different engines being used by different teams in 2017. This would mean a revival of the old pre-2014 normally-aspirated V8 engines, with their KERS systems, for the […]
Felipe Nasr believes Susie Wolff has undergone the necessary preparations she needs to make her F1 race debut should it arise.
Ferrari still needs “a while” to properly match the Mercedes Formula 1 team, says Sebastian Vettel, although he is amazed by his new squad’s progress since 2014
Lewis Hamilton says his brother Nicolas Hamilton’s achievements in overcoming challenges and landing a drive in the BTCC have ‘inspired’ him.
Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner says he’s open to the idea of two types of engine competing in F1 from 2017. Bernie Ecclestone wants to introduce a cheaper engine for the struggling midfield teams – potentially a V8 or … Continue reading →
Eric Boullier is confident McLaren will be getting more performance from the Honda-powered MP4-30 when the Spanish Grand Prix begins next month
Max Verstappen has described Toro Rosso’s Renault engine as “a bit of a nightmare” that could jeopardise the team’s goal of fifth in the 2015 Formula 1 constructors’ championship
Despite criticising Renault early in the season, Christian Horner concedes they are Red Bull’s "best chance" of winning another title…
Force India supports Bernie Ecclestone’s plan to introduce a budget ‘customer’ engine that will run in competition with the current works hybrid V6s. As outlined here yesterday Ecclestone supports the idea of making available a cheap V8 with KERS (or … Continue reading →
McLaren and Honda have made significant strides in their Formula 1 working relationship during the early stages of the season, according to the team’s racing director Eric Boullier
Bernie Ecclestone says that F1 engine options for 2017 remain open, despite Toto Wolff stating last weekend that all four current manufacturers want to keep a version of the current V6 for any new 1000bhp rules. Ecclestone had been talking … Continue reading →
Mika Hakkinen says he is "quite surprised" that Fernando Alonso is talking about retirement while facing a "massive task" with McLaren…
In Crash.net’s latest exclusive feature with the Sahara Force India team, Nico Hulkenberg’s trainer discusses the challenges of keeping an F1 driver in tip top shape…
Toto Wolff has firmly stated that Mercedes will not hand number one status to either driver as the team needs both to "push the team"…
Toto Wolff sees the benefit in Ferrari challenging the dominance of Mercedes in the context of F1 as a sport.
Red Bull Racing boss Christian Horner has again reiterated that he expects the agreement between F1 teams to allow a fifth engine per driver to go through, but added that his drivers would need that upper limit to rise to eight or nine engines to avoid penalties this season. He added that “there will not […]
Williams must develop faster if it is to stop Mercedes and Ferrari running away at the head of the Formula 1 field, says its performance chief Rob Smedley
Williams must develop faster if it is to stop Mercedes and Ferrari running away at the head of the Formula 1 field, says its performance chief Rob Smedley
Kimi Raikkonen: He’s called ‘The Iceman’ but, actually, there is part of the Iceman is a guy that is very sensitive…
The Singapore-based ARC Resorts has announced plans to build a six-star hotel, casino, golf course and a museum for glass artists in the marina area of Valencia. The project would also include a second hotel and a number of luxury homes.  The area was revamped in 2003 in preparation for the America’s Cup yacht races […]
The three-week gap between the Bahrain and Spanish Grands Prix will be crucial for Renault’s Formula 1 engine development, according to Red Bull team principal Christian Horner
Dany Kvyat says he has learned a lot from his ninth place finish in Bahrain after his first untroubled race of the season. Kvyat retired in Melbourne and Shanghai, and while be finished in Malaysia his race was compromised by … Continue reading →