McLaren has confirmed that sporting director Sam Michael will be leaving the team at the end of the season
Former World Champion Alain Prost believes it’s not beyond the realms of possibility that Mercedes could be knocked off the top next year…
Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley tells Crash.net the team will match Mercedes stance on the engine unfreeze row, but says he is against an engine war
McLaren has confirmed its sporting director Sam Michael will leave the team at the end of the season after he resigned in March
Sporting director Sam Michael is to leave McLaren at the end of the 2014 season, having handed in his notice in March…
McLaren has confirmed that sporting director Sam Michael is to leave the team at the end of the season and return with his family to his native Australia. Michael tendered his resignation back in March, and a team source says … Continue reading →
Red Bull says Mercedes should not shy away from competition by blocking a change in regulations to allow an additional engine update next year
In her latest Crash.net column, Kate Walker looks at the failings of three car manufacturers to promote their brand in F1
Red Bull says Mercedes should not shy away from competition by blocking a change in regulations to allow an additional engine update next year
The current owners of Caterham have been unable to fund a company associated with the F1 team, according to administrators
The Lotus Formula 1 team expects Romain Grosjean will stay with the squad in 2015, although a new deal has not yet been finalised
The Caterham Formula One team insists it will not be affected by sister company Caterham Sports Limited (CSL) going into administration, despite reports that an administrator has laid claim to its race cars
This season 19-year-old Daniil Kvyat became F1′s youngest ever points scorer and 17-year-old Max Verstappen became the youngest driver to take part in a Grand Prix session. But did you know that back in the early days of the world championship it was not uncommon for drivers to race into their late forties and even early fifties? We explore the fascinating issue of age in F1
The Caterham Formula One team insists it will not be affected by sister company Caterham Sports Limited (CSL) going into administration, despite reports that an administrator has laid claim to its race cars
Willi Weber, a man who knows a thing or two about the demands a driver faces at Ferrari, has warned Seb Vettel about the pressures at Maranello…
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It has nothing to do with motor racing, but I feel the urge to mark the passing of Ben Bradlee, a man who did so much to define what good journalism should be – and who was not scared to take on the authorities when he felt it was necessary. Bradley made his name with […]
McLaren chief Ron Dennis believes customer teams will never be able to win a Formula 1 championship under the current engine regulations
Monisha Kaltenborn says this season is an unfair one in which to judge Sauber’s drivers Esteban Gutierrez and Adrian Sutil
Red Bull and Lotus have paid tribute to Total Chairman and CEO Christophe de Margerie, who was killed in a plane crash on Monday night
The Rolex pit lane clock, first unveiled at the 2013 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix, is now a familiar sight to motorsport fans around the world, but what first brought the famous Swiss watchmaker and F1 racing together? We spoke to Arnaud Boetsch, Communication & Image Director of Rolex SA, about the company’s sporting history and its path to F1 partnership as Official Timekeeper and Official Timepiece
Caterham’s immediate future in Formula 1 team is not threatened by the Caterham Sports Limited (CSL) company going in to administration, senior management sources insist
Professor Sid Watkins OBE, the Liverpool neurosurgeon who revolutionalised motor sport medical care, has been given a permanent tribute with the naming of a hospital building, in his home town. The ‘Prof’ as he was affectionately known to generations of grateful F1 drivers, passed away in 2012 having been at the forefront of F1 safety […]
Three of Silverstone’s senior executives have been suspended at the same time as the British Racing Drivers Club (BRDC) takes a closer role in the running of the circuit
Reports that the Formula 1 World Championship could go over 20 events in the future should be treated with a certain amount of caution. While the Formula One group has a deal with the FIA that allows for a maximum of 25 races a year this was primarily a negotiating ploy that allowed the FIA […]
Lotus, Romain Grosjean and Eric Boullier have paid tribute to Christophe de Margerie, the chief executive of Total who has been killed in a plane crash at the age of 63
Christophe de Margerie, the chief executive of Total,  a major Formula 1 sponsor, has been killed when the company’s Dassault Falcon collided with a snow plough as it was taking off from Moscow’s Vnukovo airport on Monday night. The accident happened just before midnight and the Russian authorities say that the driver of the snow […]
There is trouble at Silverstone with the news that the three directors of Silverstone Circuits Ltd have been suspended on full pay pending an investigation into the affairs of the company. Silverstone Circuits Ltd is owned ultimately owned by the British Racing Drivers’ Club, which owns the circuit. Around 760 acres of the land has […]
The British Racing Drivers’ Club has taken over the day-to-day running of Silverstone after three senior executives were suspended amid a major management restructuring at the Formula 1 venue
Felipe Massa says his only goal from the final three races of the season is to beat Ferrari in the constructors championship
Former world champion Alain Prost has warned Mercedes that its domination of Formula 1 could end as early as next year
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his priority is to keep Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg at the team beyond the end of next year for fear a different driver would disrupt its success
Today Caterham was forced to explain the circumstances which led to Kamui Kobayashi racing in Sochi with a car which had a problem suspension part, which had been repaired by carbon wrapping at the circuit. Kobayashi alleges this was because the team did not have enough spare parts to replace it. The Japanese driver wrote […]
A planned auction of Caterham equipment, including one Caterham F1 test car from 2013 has been cancelled now that Caterham Sports Ltd has entered into Administration.
The FIA has announced it has finalised the composition of a new Accident Panel, founded to investigate and propose improvements to track safety following the accident involving Jules Bianchi at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Former team principals Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali are part of a new FIA Accident Panel which is reviewing Jules Bianchi’s crash in the Japanese Grand Prix
Caterham Sports Ltd has  gone into Administration. The London-based  Smith & Williamson accountancy firm of Moorgate, London has been named at the administrator. The good stat were previously seized by the  The Sheriffs Office have been passed to the administrator
Max Verstappen says he is ignoring any talk about his mental strength ahead of his F1 debut in 2015 as he feels it is “bulls**t”
Ex-F1 team principals Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali are among the members of a new FIA Accident Panel, which will carry out a full review of Jules Bianchi’s crash at the Japanese Grand Prix
Former Mercedes F1 chief Ross Brawn, former Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali and newly elected President of the GPDA Alex Wurz are among those chosen for the expert FIA panel being set up to review Jules Bianchi’s crash in Suzuka. At last weekend’s Russian Grand Prix, FIA President Jean Todt said that following his request to  F1 Race Director […]
Formula One racing’s governing body, the FIA, has confirmed the make-up of its new Accident Panel, which will look into the circumstances surrounding Jules Bianchi’s crash in the Japanese Grand Prix. The group, which includes former Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn and Ferrari counterpart Stefano Domenicali, will carry out a full review of the accident
Ross Brawn, Stefano Domenicali and Emerson Fittipaldi are among the members of the FIA Accident Panel which has been formed to investigate the Jules Bianchi incident in Suzuka. As previously announced, the Panel will be led by Peter Wright, who … Continue reading →
The FIA has announced the membership of  an Accident Panel to discuss Jules Bianchi’s accident at the Japanese Grand Prix. The group will carry out a full review of the accident to gain a better understanding of what happened, and will propose new measures to reinforce safety at circuits – if they are deemed to […]
Red Bull protégée Max Verstappen says focus on mental strength in Formula One is “bullshit” ahead of his debut season with Toro Rosso next year
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says talks are ongoing with potential investors in to the F1 team
Former Formula 1 team bosses Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali, plus GPDA president Alex Wurz, have joined the FIA Accident Panel that will investigate Jules Bianchi’s Japanese Grand Prix crash
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The beleaguered Caterham F1 team has moved to quash concerns over car safety after a photo emerged on the BBC F1 website today showing a patched-up rear suspension unit on Kamui Kobayashi’s car from the Russian GP. The Leafield based team, which was rescued from closure this summer by Colin Kolles, Manfredi Ravetto and a group […]
The Ferrari Formula 1 team insists Kimi Raikkonen’s form is improving, despite continuing a run of disappointing results at the Russian Grand Prix
Williams development driver Susie Wolff will become the first female driver to compete in the Race of Champions (ROC) this year