Fernando Alonso’s return to McLaren ahead of the 2015 season has been finalised, according to a report…
Fernando Alonso insists nothing should be read into his radio outburst during qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix…
Lotus' Romain Grosjean qualified fifteenth and Pastor Maldonado eighteenth after a frustrating qualifying session at Interlagos for the Brazilian Grand Prix. Neither driver was able to unlock the pace of the soft compound tyre which contrasted with the potential seen from laps on the harder, medium compound tyre.
Fernando Alonso has played down his outburst on the radio towards his Ferrari team at the start of Brazilian GP qualifying.
Sebastian Vettel is hoping the weather plays a role in Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix…
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner said he wasn’t surprised Mercedes-powered cars dominated qualifying at the Brazilian GP on Saturday.
German ace puts in a storming last run to take top spot on the grid – just 0.033s ahead of Lewis Hamilton
Jenson Button is determined to keep the Mercedes and Williams drivers honest at the Brazilian GP, adding he wants to pounce should they slip up…
A frustrated Williams team have admitted qualifying in Brazil was a bit of a “missed opportunity” to beat Mercedes to pole position.
Williams admit qualifying in Brazil was a bit of a “missed opportunity” to beat Mercedes to pole position.
Jenson Button said he’s very happy to qualify fifth for the Brazilian GP and is “ready to pounce” if the Mercedes and Williams cars lining up ahead come to grief in Sunday’s race.
Lewis Hamilton, the Sunday specialist, will have to pass Nico Rosberg to win the Brazilian Grand Prix after the German drove the fastest lap ever at Interlagos.
Brazilian GP polesitter Nico Rosberg has vowed to learn from his defeat in Austin a week ago and convert his unbeatable Saturday pace into a race victory at Interlagos.
Lewis Hamilton has dismissed concerns that he could play it safe at Interlagos as he looks to protect his position in the Championship…
Nico Rosberg insists he is not feeling extra pressure as he looks to complete a perfect weekend in Brazil, adding that he has “learned from Austin”…
There were top ten times in Interlagos qualifying for Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, Daniel Ricciardo and Kimi Raikkonen…
Nico Rosberg claimed his tenth pole position of this season, beating Lewis Hamilton in qualifying for the Brazilian GP. Felipe Massa was third…
Nico Rosberg secured pole position by just 0.033s over his team mate Lewis Hamilton. The session was tense at the front, with Williams close to securing pole as well. Behind the Mercedes front row on the grid, Bottas will start from third, ahead of home hero Felipe Massa.
Nico Rosberg took his tenth pole position of the season as he maintained his record of heading every session in Brazil.
Nico Rosberg finished the third and final free practice session of the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend, thereby completing a clean sweep after also topping the times during both Friday sessions. Lewis Hamilton was second fastest, a mere tenth behind.
Bernie Ecclestone has ruled out CVC Capital Partners giving more money to Lotus, Sauber and Force India to help ease their financial pressures.
Nico Rosberg provided further evidence to suggest that there could yet be life in his title challenge by completing a clean sweep of fastest practice times ahead of Lewis Hamilton in Practice Three in Brazil.
Christian Horner feels Caterham should “not be allowed” to turn to crowdfunding to remain in Formula 1…
JONATHAN MCEVOY IN SAO PAOLO: Interlagos, the home of the Brazil Grand Prix and the track which Lewis Hamilton has tasted almost equal measures of euphoria and dejection.
The administrators of the Marussia F1 Team have announced that the team has ceased trading after efforts to find a buyer for the outfit have failed. The situation makes around 200 staff redundant.
Britain is set to boast just one driver on grid for the first time since 1980 after Button and Chilton’s imminent departures
Former Formula One star David Coulthard’s guide to the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos, previewing the penultimate race of the season.
Jean-Eric Vernge says the whole of Toro Rosso are “pretty keen on me staying” as he edges closer to remaining on the F1 grid in 2015.
The Brit will seal his second world championship if he can finish in the top two in the final two races in Brazil and Abu Dhabi
Force India Team Principal Vijay Mallya says he has exercised his option to retain Sergio Perez for a second season.
Force India Team Principal Vijay Mallya says he has exercised his option to retain Sergio Perez for a second season.
Sauber Team Principal Monisha Kaltenborn is hoping more progress can be made this weekend to resolve F1’s current financial crisis after a “good start” in Austin.
Red Bull chief Christian Horner has criticised the attempts of Caterham’s administrator to ask for fans to fund a return to the grid for the team at the Abu Dhabi GP.
Jenson Button and McLaren were left scratching their heads after a difficult Friday at Interlagos…
Fernando Alonso rued the fact that he couldn’t complete Friday’s second practice run, but says Ferrari knew they were taking a risk…
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Jacques Villeneuve’s 1996 Williams FW18 is shaken down by the Williams F1 team’s Heritage division. This is chassis 3, which won the British, Hungarian and Portuguese Grands Prix, shaken down today by Karun Chandhok.
Lewis Hamilton admits Friday’s practice at Interlagos “wasn’t the best”, but he is optimistic things will improve for qualifying…
Jenson Button admits McLaren were “nowhere” on the opening day of the Brazilian GP but is confident they know the changes to make in order to move back up the order.
Nico Rosberg admitted the weather and track conditions at Interlagos were “a bit of a worry” on Friday, but feels it shouldn’t be an issue once it cools down…
Brazilian GP pacesetter Nico Rosberg was among those to suffer excessive tyre wear during Friday practice, when track temperatures at Interlagos nudged 57 degrees Celsius.
Daniel Ricciardo is optimistic about Red Bull’s chances in Brazil after a “pretty good start” to the weekend…
Nico Rosberg ended Friday's second practice session on top, again outpacing his teammate Lewis Hamilton by slightly more than 2 tenths of a second. Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen was third fastest, more than half a second off the pace.
Racing Director Eric Boullier insists it’s McLaren that are driving force behind negotiations with Fernando Alonso and not Honda…
Nico Rosberg proved he is unwilling to allow Lewis Hamilton to ride roughshod all over him by turning in a dominant day of practice ahead of Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix.
Spaniard forced to put out the flames himself with a fire extinguisher 20 minutes before end of session
Nico Rosberg maintained his advantage of two tenths of a second over team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Practice Two for the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos.
The administrators at Caterham have launched a crowd-funding project in a bid to get the cash-strapped team on the grid for the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi.
McLaren’s Eric Boulllier has confirmed that they are in direct negotiations with Fernando Alonso about a 2015 drive rather than using Honda as an intermediary.
The Caterham F1 Team is launching the #RefuelCaterhamF1 project today in order to help the team to go racing in Abu Dhabi “and hopefully beyond”. The team reports it will reward fans with their presence on the grid at Abu Dhabi.
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Ferrari’s head of development test-drivers Raffaele De Simone gives us a thrilling taste of the California T’s driving prowess on the challenging streets and roads of the Principality of Monaco. He talks his viewers through the new car’s performance as it tackles the Col de Turini mountain pass, one of the toughest stages on the famous Monte Carlo Rally, the legendary Tunnel and, of course, the Monaco Grand Prix’s famous Loews hairpin. All the emotion, elegance and power of the California T laid bare for you in this exclusive video