Jules Bianchi believes that Marussia must be aggressive in the second half of the Formula 1 season to stay in the top 10 in the constructors’ championship
Lewis Hamilton says he is “stronger” for the setbacks he has suffered during the first half of the 2014 season
Kimi Raikkonen says there is “an awful long way to go” for Ferrari to get in to a position to challenge for race victories
Romain Grosjean hopes the Lotus Formula 1 team can mimic 2009 world champion outfit Brawn GP and revive its flagging fortunes next season
Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci says his team is facing “a huge amount of work” to make it competitive again next season
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost says the reliability of the team s car is not good enough so far this season
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost says his team must get on top of its reliability issues by being more disciplined
Daniel Ricciardo insists as long as the numbers say it is still possible he will fight for this year’s Drivers’ Championship title…
Daniel Ricciardo insists as long as the numbers say it is still possible he will fight for this year’s Drivers’ Championship title…
Ferrari have bid farewell to long-serving engine boss Luca Marmorini, who has left the team with immediate effect….
The runners-up spot in the 2014 F1 Constructors’ standings is ‘achievable’ for the Williams Martini team, according to Rob Smedley.
Ferrari has finally confirmed it has axed Luca Marmorini, its director of the engine and electronics department.
Next year’s official Formula One video game will be available on new-generation platforms and will feature live, in-season updates for the first time, Codemasters have confirmed. The game, which will be playable on the Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC, will also be released earlier in the season
Ferrari has confirmed that the head of its engine and electronics department, Luca Marmorini, has left the team
The meeting of the group of senior F1 figures which was due to take place this week has been deferred to a later data amid doubts over the appropriateness of former team boss Flavio Briatore being part of the group. The “popularity working group” as it was dubbed, was due to comprise Briatore, Bernie Ecclestone, […]
Ferrari technical director James Allison says the weaknesses of the team’s car are clear this year, but admits it will not be work of a moment to fix them
Daniel Ricciardo says the Abu Dhabi double points finale means he won’t rule out a title challenge until he is mathematically out of range.
Daniel Ricciardo says the Abu Dhabi double points finale means he won’t rule out a title challenge until he is mathematically out of range.
The Mercedes Formula 1 team says fixing recent reliability problems is its main priority, rather than diffusing the team orders controversy at the recent Hungarian Grand Prix
The Ferrari Formula 1 team requires a “360-degree” improvement before it can get back to where it wants to be in the competitive order, according to team boss Marco Mattiacci
Niki Lauda insists Mercedes is committed to giving its drivers equal equipment despite a run of reliability issues for Lewis Hamilton this year
Adrian Newey has warned that Formula One’s restrictive chassis regulations pose the danger of making the series look like a single-make formula
Toto Wolff says the team orders row in the Hungarian Grand Prix has masked major reliability problems at Mercedes
Toto Wolff is adamant he has no issue with Lewis Hamilton refusing to let Nico Rosberg pass him in Hungary as the latter “never got close enough…
Formula 1 does not need Flavio Briatore to sort out its problems, it has Bernie Ecclestone; that is according to Niki Lauda…
Toto Wolff says Mercedes is “comfortable” with Lewis Hamilton’s decision to not allow Nico Rosberg to pass in the Hungarian Grand Prix
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost says Daniil Kvyat is “doing a fantastic job” in his rookie season so far
The legal battle between Caterham and a number of former employees continues to be played out in public as the lawyers representing the axed staff hit back at a team countersuit
Lewis Hamilton’s decision to ignore Mercedes’ team orders in the Hungarian Grand Prix has been backed by fans in a Crash.net poll
Kate Walker looks at Bernie Ecclestone’s settlement offer and the potential knock-on effect it could have for him in other pending cases
Bernie Ecclestone’s lawyers say he is willing to pay a £20 million settlement to end his bribery trial
Nico Rosberg believes he paid the price for the poor timing of the deployment of the first Safety Car in Hungary…
Lewis Hamilton says the issues he has had during the last two grands prix have been “very, very difficult to swallow” but takes pride in his recovery drives
Felipe Massa reckons it was crucial he scored a solid finish in last Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix to make up for his recent run of crashes in Formula 1
After a race where radio messages from Mercedes to Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg became the main talking point, ESPN rounds up the very best of the soundbites heard over the airwaves in Hungary
The Caterham F1 team is taking legal action against a group of former staff members who plan to sue the team, saying they made damaging accusations about the team that misrepresented the facts
Caterham has reacted to a statement from the legal representatives of a group of employees who have parted company with the team since the new owners took over. The statement outlined their grievances and their intention to pursue legal action. … Continue reading →
The Caterham Formula 1 team says it is taking legal action against former staff for what it claims are “damaging” accusations made against the outfit
Nico Rosberg says the battle between himself and Lewis Hamilton is going to remain “intense” for the rest of the season
Bernie Ecclestone has called for standing starts after safety cars to be dropped just one month after they were confirmed for 2015 by the FIA
Bernie Ecclestone is prepared to pay German bank BayernLB €25 million if judges agree to end to his bribery trial in Munich
Kimi Raikkonen reckons his performance in the Hungarian Grand Prix shows there is “light at the end of the tunnel” following his difficult start to his Formula 1 season
The praise continues to roll in for Daniel Ricciardo following another brilliant display at the Hungarian GP…
Renault head of trackside operations Remi Taffin says the power unit manufacturer has stepped up a level in the last few races
Christian Horner admits that after Daniel Ricciardo’s great win in Hungary the next two tracks will be much harder for Red Bull. It’s been clear all season that the RB10 has suffered at high speed venues, and Horner expects all … Continue reading →
Lewis Hamilton says he is concerned reliability could cost him this year’s championship in the fight with team-mate Nico Rosberg
Daniel Ricciardo says he will be ready to pounce in the drivers’ championship if Mercedes continue to slip up this season
Daniel Ricciardo believes the way Red Bull as allowed him to approach his debut season with the team has led to his success so far this year
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier has vowed to improve the way his Formula 1 team makes strategic decisions, following the blunder that cost Jenson Button in the Hungarian Grand Prix
Mercedes has admitted that it could have been harder with Lewis Hamilton after he ignored team orders in Hungary, but it felt the situation was “difficult to judge”