Carlos Sainz Jr has called on Toro Rosso to finally understand why his car fails to perform at the start of a Formula 1 race, when laden with a full tank of fuel
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff believes Williams were in unfamiliar territory at the British GP and probably didn’t want to risk a good team result…
Christian Horner, team principal at Red Bull, believes that a spin cost Daniil Kvyat a chance of a podium finish at the British Grand Prix…
Former McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton says it is hard for him to watch the British team struggle to be competitive in Formula 1 at the moment
McLaren admit they are starting to feel the pinch of their on-track struggles, with Eric Boullier saying it is hurting the squad…
Rumours about Aston Martin returning to F1 continues to swirl around, but the company’s Andy Palmer says a comeback "improbable"…
Over the British GP weekend there were several stories linking Aston Martin with Red Bull Racing and with Mercedes AMG hybrid F1 engines. Three jigsaw pieces, but which may not even be the same jigsaw. There is a tie up between Red Bull and Aston Martin, a production super car is certainly on the stocks […]
Mercedes’ Toto Wolff says watching Williams deliberate over how best to handle its front-running performance reminded him of his own predicament as the Silver Arrows were in their F1 ascendancy.
Winning at Silverstone has been a good omen for Lewis Hamilton in the past and he hopes his success this year will result in another Drivers’ title…
Daniil Kvyat could have been on the podium in Silverstone had he not suffered a spin, but Christian Horner is impressed with his recent efforts.
Manor Formula 1 team driver Will Stevens blamed a sequence of errors on his disappointing result in Sunday’s British Grand Prix, when he felt points were possible
Ron Dennis laughs off calls from Eddie Jordan that he should step down from McLaren, branding the former team boss-turned-TV pundit an ‘idiot’
McLaren admits its lack of success with Honda is having wider ramifications, suggesting the two companies have different timeframes for success
Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene has sympathised with Kimi Raikkonen for having to deal with speculation over his future in Formula 1 beyond this year
Ron Dennis is a proud man, with a lot to be proud of. He sometimes says the wrong things because his talents lie not in communication, but in getting organizations right. One should always remember when criticizing Ron that he has achieved things that no-one in Britain has managed since the 1950s
Kimi Raikkonen and not Ferrari made the decision to come into the pits early and change to intermediate tyres at Sunday’s British Grand Prix…
Red Bull’s chief technical officer Adrian Newey is working on an road-car project with Aston Martin, amid discussions about a possible Formula 1 tie-up between the two companies.
Lotus is confident of reaching an out-of-court settlement with a number of creditors after facing a winding-up petition in the High Court
Mercedes believes the Williams Formula 1 team “probably got caught on the wrong foot” strategically in the battle for victory in the British Grand Prix on Sunday
Sergio Perez was left to reflect on a couple of ‘lost positions’ as he finished ninth on the road in the British Grand Prix.
It has been a long day. I woke up at bonkers o’clock in order to finish all the work that did not quite get done yesterday and then – once the work was done – there was half an hour or so for a solid English breakfast to send me on my way, through the […]
The Lotus F1 team is facing a potential legal crisis in the wake of a winding-up petition from a group of creditors that includes gearbox component supplier Xtrac. A hearing at Companies Court today was adjourned for two weeks in … Continue reading →
Lotus F1 CEO Matthew Carter insists that Renault has not yet made a formal offer to acquire the team, despite suggestions in the paddock that a deal is almost done. In recent months Renault talked to all the midfield teams … Continue reading →
The Lotus Formula 1 team is confident of reaching a financial settlement with a number of creditors after being faced with a winding-up petition in the High Court
Kimi Raikonnen and not Ferrari made the decision to come into the pits early and change to intermediate tyres at Sunday’s British Grand Prix…
The British Grand Prix was exciting once again, even more than the 2014 race, as there was a large element of unpredictability about it throughout. Mercedes lost the start to Williams and then rain came towards the end of the race, creating plenty of risk and reward.
Sauber had another grand prix to forget at Silverstone, with one driver failing to start and the other losing a points finish during a chaotic end to the British Grand Prix.
Jenson Button may have left Silverstone empty handed yet again, but the McLaren driver is keeping faith that the team will turn things around…
Carlos Sainz lost almost certain points in the British Grand Prix just as his car was poised to come on string…
Jenson Button is surprised McLaren’s drivers have not been caught up in more first lap accidents given their poor qualifying performances in Formula 1 this season
Christian Horner, team principal at Red Bull, believes that a spin cost Daniil Kvyat a chance of a podium finish at the British Grand Prix…
Neither Romain Grosjean nor Pastor Maldonado lasted beyond the first lap of the British Grand Prix – and for once it wasn’t their fault….
Ferrari must focus on improving its weaknesses, rather than just its strengths, after being out-performed by Williams at Silverstone, says Maurizio Arrivabene
Christian Horner, team principal at Red Bull, believes that a spin cost Daniil Kvyat a chance at a podium finish at the British Grand Prix…
Susie Wolff sends a tongue-in-cheek message to her husband Toto during the British Grand Prix after he attempts to trick Williams into pitting early
Ferrari Formula 1 chief Maurizio Arrivabene has defended his team’s development policy following a disappointing British Grand Prix weekend
Jenson Button’s plans to give the British F1 fans someone else to cheer at Silverstone went awry after he was caught up in someone elese’s accident on the opening lap.
After a botched pit call cost Lewis Hamilton victory in Monaco, Toto Wolff was particularly pleased that on Sunday Mercedes got things right…
Fernando Alonso scored his first point for McLaren Honda at the British Grand Prix, coming back after a first lap incident that involved 4 cars. The experienced Spaniard however made it clear who he thinks was to blame for the crashes.
It’s not a good time to be a McLaren fan, but Ron Dennis has vowed that his squad will bounce back and also labelled Eddie Jordan a "village idiot"…
Aston Martin has had discussions with Williams and Force India as part of its evaluation of a return to Formula 1 next season, AUTOSPORT understands
Niki Lauda has denied rumours that Mercedes might provide engines for Red Bull once their current contract with Renault ends in 2016…
Lewis Hamilton says the British Grand Prix shows exciting races can still happen under the current format, even if criticism are ‘still valid’.
Mercedes Formula 1 team principal Toto Wolff said he was pleased with how the team reacted to changing conditions in the British Grand Prix following its slip-up in Monaco
Christian Horner plays down the suggestion Red Bull will be considering a Mercedes customer engine deal in 2017.
The British Grand Prix was a cracker, with Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg having to fight back after a pretty disastrous start, which left them scrambling behind the two Williams-Mercedes. In the end the crowd got what they wanted to see, a Lewis Hamilton victory, won with a brilliant strategic move when it began to […]
Fernando Alonso admitted that there would be no big celebration to mark his first point of 2015, although the achievement would mean something to McLaren and Honda.
Valtteri Bottas airs his frustration at the mixed team order messages coming from Williams after missing an opportunity to challenge for the lead
Fernando Alonso says he is “not happy” with scoring his first point for McLaren-Honda in the 2015 Formula 1 season, though he appreciates the significance of the result
Daniil Kvyat scores his second top six result of the season with a competitive turn at the British Grand Prix for Red Bull Ring.