A statement from the FIA regarding the absence Marussia and Caterham teams from this weekend’s US Grand Prix has highlighted the question of “sporting equity” and “economic balance” in F1 and suggests that the federation’s president Jean Todt is lining up a fresh push on cost control. Both teams have been found in breach of […]
Lewis Hamilton kicked off the United States Grand Prix weekend in the best possible fashion by topping the times at the end of a troublefree FP1. Team mate Nico Rosberg was second fastest, ahead of Jenson Button.
Lewis Hamilton made a promising start to this weekend’s race in the United States, topping the timesheet in FP1 on Friday, a quarter of a second ahead of Mercedes team mate and title rival Nico Rosberg. Toro Rosso’s Daniil Kvyat was an impressive fourth, sandwiched by the McLarens of Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen, whilst Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso finished in sixth
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in the opening practice session for the US Grand Prix, 0.292s faster than Mercedes team-mate and championship rival Nico Rosberg
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time of FP1 for the United States Grand Prix ahead of Nico Rosberg as McLaren also showed impressive pace
Lewis Hamilton heads a Mercedes 1-2 in opening practice for the F1 US Grand Prix in Austin
Formula 1 title rivals Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg predictably set the pace for Mercedes in the first free practice session for the United States Grand Prix
Nico Rosberg says he would have no qualms about winning the Formula 1 title through a double points turnaround, even though he thinks the idea is artificial
Leading Formula 1 figures are adamant that a move to third cars would be bad for the sport
Williams’ Valtteri Bottas reflects on a remarkable twelve months since he scored his first F1 points in the USA.
Red Bull takes you behind the scenes to show you just what happened within the team in the 24 hours before leaving for this weekend’s United States Grand Prix
If Lewis Hamilton can repeat his United States Grand Prix wins of 2007 (at Indianapolis) and 2012 (here at the inaugural Circuit of The Americas race), his 32nd career victory will make him the most successful British Formula One driver in history with a win more than Nigel Mansell. Hamilton admitted yesterday that his main focus is, of course, coming out on top of his intense battle for the world championship crown with Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg
Jenson Button says focusing on enjoying Formula 1 has helped relieve the pressure he has been feeling because of ongoing uncertainty over his future
A number of Formula One’s leading drivers have come out in support of three-car teams, saying that the possible solution to the collapse of Caterham and Marussia would provide drivers with more opportunities to show their skills. With the two back-marking teams missing this weekend’s United States Grand Prix and next week’s race in Brazil, […]
Teenage F3 star Esteban Ocon impressed experienced F1 personnel for the second time in a week when he took the wheel of a 2010 Ferrari F10 at Fiorano on Wednesday. The 18-year-old Frenchman drew plaudits from long time Ferrari engineer Luca Baldisseri for his calm assurance in a prize test for the winning the FIA F3 Euroseries at his first attempt. […]
Amid ongoing talk of F1 becoming the preserve of eight  teams of three cars US tycoon Gene Haas says he’ll be proud to be considered Ferrari’s B team when his North Carolina based squad debuts in 2016. Speaking ahead of the USGP in Austin, the 61-year-old Nascar team owner also expressed confidence that his F1 outfit will be founded on more solid […]
In her latest Crash.net column, Kate Walker says the FIA should have final say on all F1 matters when the health of the sport is at risk
Toro Rosso’s 2015 Formula 1 rookie signing Max Verstappen thinks it would be better for him if Jean-Eric Vergne was kept on as his team-mate
Lewis Hamilton would support three-car teams especially if teams were obliged to give the extra car to a young driver…
Jenson Button says it’s possible that he could race in the World Endurance Championship (WEC) next season if he doesn’t stay at McLaren
Lotus have unveiled their new 2015 nose concept, set to be tested in FP1 by one of their drivers. The team was undecided on Thursday who would debut it. The design is the result of development for the team's 2015 car, named E23 Hybrid, and reflects the changed regulations that will effectively outrule the team's current twin tusk nose cone
Despite struggling for form this season, Kimi Raikkonen is adamant he made the right choice in moving to Ferrari…
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says the way in which Formula One has dealt with the collapse of the grid’s two smallest teams is “disturbing”
Monisha Kaltenborn has called on F1 teams to unite in order to force changes to the sport in the wake of Marussia and Caterham entering administration
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has demanded the FIA do whatever it takes to address Formula 1′s cost crisis, or risk the sport destroying itself
Following a hiatus of 3 weeks, the 2014 Formula One Championships continues for its final string of races, starting with this weekend's United States Grand Prix, held in Austin, Texas.
Kimi Raikkonen believes Ferrari can make a big leap with its new car for the 2015 season
Nico Rosberg says the gloves can come off completely in his duel with Lewis Hamilton at the United States Grand Prix now Mercedes has wrapped up the constructors’ championship
Nico Rosberg has had nearly three weeks to mull over the events of Russia, but rather than being downbeat about his first corner mistake, he has arrived in the United States determined to take the fight to world championship-leading Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton
Max Verstappen wants Jean-Eric Vergne as his team-mate at Toro Rosso next year
FIA president Jean Todt will decide what action should be taken against Marussia and Caterham for missing this weekend’s US Grand Prix after the stewards found both teams in breach of the regulations but opted not to impose a penalty
The FIA has confirmed that the qualifying format will change in Austin to reflect the fact that there are only18 cars in the entry. As predicted by this writer last weekend four cars will be eliminated in Q1, and a … Continue reading →
Formula 1′s qualifying format has been altered for the United States Grand Prix because of the absence of Caterham and Marussia
The FIA has announced a tweak of the qualifying format at the United States Grand Prix due to the absence of both Marussia and Caterham
The 2014 season has been a frustrating one for Romain Grosjean, with a pair of eighth places all he has to show for his efforts. But despite the fact that Lotus have secured Mercedes power for 2015, the Frenchman hasn’t ruled out the possibility leaving the Enstone-based team next year, as he admits in this exclusive interview
Caterham and Marussia have been deemed to be in breach of Formula 1 regulations by not participating in the United States Grand Prix, but will escape penalties for now
Jenson Button says he feels less pressure about his future than he did before the Japanese Grand Prix despite the ongoing threat of being replaced by Fernando Alonso at McLaren
Formula One racing will adopt a revised qualifying format for this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in Austin following the withdrawal of Caterham and Marussia from the event. Now, instead of the slowest six cars being eliminated from Q1 with six more following in Q2, the stewards have decided that the slowest four cars will exit in Q1, followed by another four in Q2. The top ten Q3 shootout will remain the same
Formula One racing will adopt a revised qualifying format for this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in Austin following the withdrawal of Caterham and Marussia from the event. Now, instead of the slowest six cars being eliminated from Q1 with six more following in Q2, the stewards have decided that the slowest four cars will exit in Q1, followed by another four in Q2.
Formula One racing will adopt a revised qualifying format for this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in Austin following the withdrawal of Caterham and Marussia from the event. Now, instead of the slowest six cars being eliminated from Q1 with six more following in Q2, the stewards have decided that the slowest four cars will exit in Q1, followed by another four in Q2.
Jules Bianchi remains in a critical but critical condition, a statement released by the Marussia F1 Team on behalf of Jules' family confirmed on Thursday. The Frenchman stays at the Mia General Medical Center until further notice.
Sebastian Vettel says his 2014 campaign looks worse than it actually has been and thinks he has been unfortunate not to win a race for Red Bull this year
Drivers give their views on the prospect of three-car F1 teams, with most suggesting there are plenty of positives to the potential move.
The experimental wedge-shaped nose that Lotus will run in practice for the Formula 1 United States Grand Prix has been revealed
Fernando Alonso says he “more or less” knows where he will be next season but he still isn’t giving any clues…
Fernando Alonso admits his next move in F1 is “probably” the last chance he will have to win a third world championship
There has been very little for Esteban Gutierrez to smile about in 2014. After scoring six points in his rookie season with Sauber in 2013, the Mexican has struggled to crack the top ten this year, thanks largely to the disappointing performance of the Ferrari-powered C33. But despite his troubles, Gutierrez remains positive, and as he tells us in this exclusive interview, he can’t wait to race in front of a large contingent of Mexican fans this weekend in Austin
Although his team mate had said an hour earlier in the FIA press conference that the plan is “not 100%” for world champion Sebastian Vettel to skip qualifying and start the race from the pit lane with a new power unit in Austin, Vettel himself said in his media briefing in the Austin paddock that […]
US GP: Thursday press conference with Lewis Hamilton, Daniel Ricciardo, Esteban Gutierrez, Valtteri Bottas, Romain Grosjean and Sergio Perez
Fernando Alonso admits that his next move after he leaves Ferrari will likely decide whether or not he fulfils his objective of winning another world championship