New Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene believes F1 needs a revolution before 2017 to prevent the loss of more fans
Ferrari has released a teaser video of Sebastian Vettel in the team’s 2015 car ahead of its launch next week
A full list of the driver line-ups for the first F1 test of 2015 in Jerez, Spain.
Nico Rosberg says it only took him a few days to get over the disappointment of missing out on the 2014 championship as he prepares to go one better this season
Force India adopts a method of evolution for the 2015 F1 season in an effort to build on the momentum of its best season to date.
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The new Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene has called added his voice to the calls for F1 to take “radical” steps to make itself more spectacular and appealing, saying “We need an F1 that makes you stand up and take notice.” He also argued that F1 should reach out more to the communities in which […]
Maurizio Arrivabene supports Niki Lauda’s call for a ‘revolution’ in F1, believing the ‘risk’ of losing fans in its current state has in fact already happened.
Maurizio Arrivabene supports Niki Lauda’s call for a ‘revolution’ in F1, believing the ‘risk’ of losing fans in its current state has in fact already happened.
Philippe Steiff has acted quickly to fend off legal action from the FIA, Jean Todt and Gerard Saillant by apologising for comments he made about them in a web TV interview. The former F1 driver had in essence questioned both … Continue reading →
Philippe Streiff issues an apology to Jean Todt and Gerard Saillant after the FIA launches legal action against his comments about Jules Bianchi’s accident.
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene has backed Niki Lauda’s call for a more exciting F1 regulations to be introduced in 2017. Arrivabene, whose background is in marketing, stressed that it is important for the sport to entertain the public.
Former Formula 1 driver Philippe Streiff has apologised to FIA president Jean Todt and medical chief Gerard Saillant over comments he made on French radio
Ferrari’s new team boss Maurizio Arrivabene believes rule changes planned for 2017 must be a revolution for Formula 1 if the sport is not going to lose more fans
Insurance broker Inter will have branding appear on front wing of Force India’s VJM08 car, drivers’ suits and all other team clothing in a multi-year deal
Formula 1′s smaller outfits are hopeful that progress on much-needed cost cuts will happen before the start of the 2015 season
Formula 1′s smaller outfits are hopeful that progress on much-needed cost cuts will happen before the start of the 2015 season
Sauber have announced Marcus Ericsson will drive for days one and four with Felipe Nasr taking part in days two and three at first official F1 test of 2015
The waiting is almost over – in a little under a week the covers will begin to come off a new crop of Formula One cars, and soon after that pre-season testing will start in earnest. There’s much to look forward to, from the first glimpse of McLaren’s new MP4-30 – the team’s first Honda-powered car since 1992 – to four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel’s maiden outings for Ferrari
Formula One cars could be three seconds quicker per lap than they were last year and back to V8 era levels of pace, according to tyre suppliers Pirelli
The 2015 Formula 1 cars could start the season up to three seconds per lap quicker than last year’s pace, reckons Pirelli motorsport director Paul Hembery
David Coulthard given a ride around the streets of Monaco by WRC driver Elfyn Evans as part of the championship’s season-opener
Bernie Ecclestone is stirring the pot again in relation to Germany, saying first that Hockenheim would get the race and then it seems being told that the track does not want it. So now the story is that there may not be a German GP. Never mind the history, never mind the economic muscle of […]
Max Chilton will join up with Carlin for a development programme as the British team moves into the Indy Lights series and he may opt to race in IndyCar in 2016
Fernando Alonso will do the honours for McLaren-Honda when F1 pre-season testing kicks off in Jerez on February 1st.
Bernie Ecclestone is stirring the pot again in relation to Germany, saying first that Hockenheim would get the race and then it seems being told that the track does not want it. So now the story is that there may not be a German GP. Never mind the history, never mind the economic muscle of […]
Former Marussia driver Max Chilton has his sights set on a 2016 IndyCar seat after joining Carlin to assist with its Indy Lights debut this season
It is all very well for Jean Todt and Gérard Saillant to be getting hot under their collars about some silly remarks made by former F1 driver Philippe Streiff, who suggested that the recent Accident Panel set up after Jules Bianchi’s crash was designed to clear the FIA of the blame. Obviously Streiff does not […]
FIA President Jean Todt, along with FIA Medical Commission President Gérard Saillant are to take legal action against former F1 driver Philippe Streiff following comments made by the ex-driver in an interview with a French web TV station concerning the FIA’s response to the Jules Bianchi crash in Suzuka last year and in particular the findings of the 10-man panel set up […]
It seems hard to imagine, given that four of the last five world championships have been won by a German driver and Mercedes currently dominates the sport, but F1 is in crisis in Germany. The German Grand Prix currently has no circuit name allocated to it on the official calendar. And the latest development is […]
The FIA will launch legal action against former F1 driver Philippe Streiff over comments made about its handling of Jules Bianchi’s accident.
FIA president Jean Todt and medical chief Gerard Saillant are planning legal action against former Formula 1 driver Philippe Streiff over comments relating to the Jules Bianchi crash investigation
The FIA has announced that its president Jean Todt and medical commission boss Gerard Saillant are to take legal action for defamation against former F1 driver Philippe Streiff. Streiff had made some comments in the media about the report of … Continue reading →
Caterham’s administrators are refusing to give up on finding a new buyer despite admitting time is quickly running out for the team to make a return to the F1 grid
McLaren have confirmed that Fernando Alonso will give the new Honda-powered MP4-30 its maiden run when pre-season testing gets underway at Jerez on February 1. The Spaniard, who is returning for his second stint at the Woking team in 2015, will also be behind the wheel on day three of the four-day test
Mercedes expects Red Bull to re-emerge as a serious threat in the 2015 Formula 1 season, although it may take time for its title potential to become clear
Fernando Alonso will be the first McLaren driver to sample the team’s new Honda-powered MP4-30 when pre-season Formula 1 testing gets under way at Jerez next month
Stars of Formula One racing gathered together with the rich and famous last Friday for the third annual Zoom Charity Gala Auction at London’s InterContinental Park Lane Hotel. The auction raised over £20,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.
McLaren has confirmed Fernando Alonso will debut the new McLaren-Honda at the first winter test in Jerez
This analysis look closer to how more maximum volume is not always leading to more airflow underneath the nose
American team Haas Formula 1 have announced they have purchased Marussia’s Banbury factory and plan to use it as a European base
Formula 1 teams must persist with their push to get 1000bhp cars on the grid for 2017, reckons three-time world champion Niki Lauda.
Bernie Ecclestone is certain Marussia can survive after his meetings with its potential investor, though he thinks Caterham will fail to return to the grid in 2015
Sergio Perez is delighted F1 is returning to Mexico and will be desperate to make his country proud
Force India unveiled a striking new colour scheme as it launched the VJM08 on Wednesday, which it hopes can challenge for podiums with regularity in 2015
Sir Frank Williams is predicting more of the same from his eponymous Williams Martini Racing team in 2015 following its turnaround in form last season.
Bernie Ecclestone has admitted that there might not be a German GP this year as he has yet to conclude a deal with either Hockenheim or Nurburgring. The latter was in theory due to host the race this year, while … Continue reading →
Williams’s release of computer renderings of its 2015 Formula 1 car, the FW37, provided a first chance to see a nose designed to the new regulations
CCTV footage of thieves breaking into Red Bull’s Milton Keynes headquarters with a 4×4 and stealing trophies has been released by police ahead of another police appeal