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Back from his Formula 1 debut in Australia – we grabbed five minutes with Kevin Magnussen at the MTC before he heads back East for the Malaysian GP.
McLaren Applied Technologies welcomed talented young drivers to the McLaren Technology Centre this weekend for the second instalment of its unique Performance Academy.
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Catch up with the Mercedes-Benz Australia Ultimate Fans Facebook Competition winners, as they soaked up a VIP Formula One paddock experience at the 2014 Australian Grand Prix! —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos! +MercedesAMGF1
After his impressive Formula One debut at the Australian Grand Prix, we caught up with Kevin Magnussen back at the McLaren Technology Centre. Watch the video here.
After his impressive Formula One debut at the Australian Grand Prix, we caught up with Kevin Magnussen back at the McLaren Technology Centre. Watch the video here.
Valtteri Bottas is “very, very much looking forward” to the Malaysian GP after his eye-catching performance in Melbourne last weekend.
Valtteri Bottas is “very, very much looking forward” to the Malaysian GP after his eye-catching performance in Melbourne last weekend.
• Driver excluded from Australian GP after coming second• Christian Horner blames ‘problematic fuel-flow sensors’Red Bull have formally confirmed their intention to appeal against Daniel …
Mercedes might be F1′s new pacesetters but Felipe Massa sees no reason why Williams shouldn’t lead the chase as the new season moves on to Malaysia.
Ron Dennis is confident that McLaren will be significantly faster at the Malaysian Grand Prix than they were in Melbourne last week…
In recent years, as soon as the Australian Grand Prix was over, all the teams flew straight to Kuala Lumpur to start working in the intense heat and humidity of the Sepang circuit. The Malaysian Grand Prix weekend would get underway immediately after the Melbourne season opener, with the secondRead Article
Hearing will now go before FIA’s Court of Appeal after Australian penalised for technical fuel infringement
Red Bull have now formally appealed Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from second place in the Australian GP.
Red Bull have pushed ahead with contesting Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from the Australian GP and now formally lodged their appeal against the decision.
Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has suggested that the World Champions will find it difficult to win races early this season, adding that Mercedes did not stretch themselves in Australia.
Mercedes Racing Director Toto Wolff believes the F1 teams should work on improving the noise of their cars if the fans are unhappy about it…
It’s back! Anna Woolhouse returns for a new season of F1 Midweek Report and there are certainly plenty of talking points after the curtain-raiser to the 2014 campaign in Australia.
Kimi Raikkonen admitted that the new brake-by-wire system is the reason he has struggled to come to grips with his Ferrari so far this season…
Eric Boullier has revealed that all the F1 teams knew that there might be problems with the fuel flow sensors during the initial part of the 2014 season…
Red Bull Principal Christian Horner believes the majority of the team’s problems so far this year will be solved when the issues with Renault’s power units are resolved…
Red Bull Principal Christian Horner believes the majority of the team’s problems so far this year will be solved when the issues with Renault’s power units are resolved…
Formula One teams and the FIA were aware of possible fuel flow sensor problems from the first winter test of the year in January says McLaren Racing Director Eric Boullier.
Race winner Nico Rosberg’s team were asked to modify it in both qualifying and the race – their readings were also not the same as the FIA’s
I often get asked why travel all the way to Australia for a Grand Prix you can watch on TV at home.   The thing with the Australian Grand Prix is its very different to other races, it has a very unique atmosphere and it’s more like a festival than an actual race.
2014 Australian F1 GP: A Bears’ Perspective   “Greetings fellow McLaren fans, my name is West. I live in Melbourne and have been a McLaren fanatic since I was born.
Alexander Rossi topped the opening day of the final GP2 pre-season test of 2014 at the Bahrain International Circuit.
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After a successful debut in Melbourne, we take a look at how the Mercedes-Benz PU106A Hybrid Power Unit propelled Nico Rosberg to Victory at Albert Park. In addition to quotes from the man Himself, this clip also explores how the Hybrid technology developed in Formula One is making its way to the road!
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Nach dem erfolgreichen Debüt in Melbourne werfen wir einen Blick darauf, wie die Mercedes-Benz PU106A Hybrid Power Unit Nico Rosberg zum Sieg im Albert Park antrieb. Unser Video bietet nicht nur Aussagen des Siegers, sondern erklärt auch, wie die in der Formel 1 entwickelte Hybrid-Technologie ihren Weg auf die Straße findet! —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos
Although Nico Rosberg claimed an uncontested victory in Australia, Toto Wolff is adamant it’s too early to call Merc the title favourites…
While happy Ferrari made it to the finish line in Australia, James Allison concedes next time they need to do it a bit faster…
Red Bull Racing remain in the dark as to why Sebastian Vettel suffered several reliability issues during last weekend’s Australian GP…
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Ride along with Kamui Kobayashi in the Caterham 620R for some quick laps at Silverstone. Caterham F1 Team
The Brit has hailed the 21-year-old Dane, but says the sport is welcoming a “new wave” of young drivers, rather than a new era in F1
Despite Red Bull’s complaints about the fuel sensors, which ultimately resulted in Dan Ricciardo’s DSQ in Australia, the FIA won’t change supplier…
Ferrari Technical Director James Allison has conceded the Scuderia have their “work cut out” to catch Mercedes and identified the F14 T’s straight-line speed and braking stability as areas for immediate improvement.
The first Grand Prix run to the new 1.6 litre hybrid turbo formula featured some fascinating strategy details, some inspired decision-making and plenty for the drivers and strategy engineers to work with. This season with the UBS Race Strategy Report we will continue our groundbreaking analysis of the key moments of the race, but with enhanced co-operation from teams, to bring an even more in-depth review of the key decisions, to help bring fans closer to the race action. Aborted start The original start had to be aborted, as the Marussia of Jules Bianchi failed to get off the grid
Fancy seeing some cars from F1′s original turbo era in action?
Daniel Ricciardo is keeping his chin up despite his exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix results…
View the Australian Grand Prix photo gallery by multi award winning photographer Darren Heath on the Official McLaren Mercedes website.
Employing a unique mix of homespun philosophy and the fabled language of Ronspeak, McLaren chief Ron Dennis has urged the precociously-talented Kevin Magnussen to keep his feet on the ground following the young Dane’s stunning drive to second place in the season-opening Australian GP.
Race Director Charlie Whiting has revealed that Red Bull were warned after just five laps of Sunday’s Australian GP that their fuel flow system was in breach of the regulations as the ‘fuelgate’ furore continues to rumble on.
Bernie Ecclestone says he was “horrified” by the lack of sound from the 2014 F1 cars at Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix and has vowed to find a way of “making them sound like racing cars”.
Ron Dennis, a man who knows a thing or two about nurturing F1 talent, has urged Kevin Magnussen to stay level-headed after his impressive debut…
Red Bull rivals Ferrari and Mercedes have warned that it’s important to support the FIA over the new fuel-flow technology…
Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo was stripped of second place in the season opener in Melbourne after allegedly breaching new fuel consumption rules
McLaren CEO Ron Dennis tells Kevin Magnussen to keep his feet in the ground after the Dane’s second-place finish in his F1 debut in Australia
Australian promoter could sue over new, quieter V6 engines which he claims are a ‘breach of contract’ by Formula One. Tom Cary reports
• Red Bull press ahead with appeal over Daniel Ricciardo• ‘FIA will do their job,’ says Mercedes’ chief Toto WolffAs Red Bull prepare to …
• ‘It will be an issue for promoters all around the world’• Ferrari president inundated with complaintsA commotion about Formula One’s new quieter cars could …
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