The Formula One Teams’ Association, which was formed six years ago to represent the interests of its members, has been wound up.
After once again falling foul of minor problems, Kimi Raikkonen is hopeful of putting in a full race distance on his final day of testing…
• Force India and Williams drivers prosper in Bahrain• Red Bull, Mercedes and Ferrari struggle againThe big teams in Formula One were unable to cut out the middle man …
Two days of testing that have gone exactly to plan? Valtteri Bottas might be unique among F1 drivers to make that assertion in recent weeks.
As a result of Pirelli’s collaboration with the FIA to ensure a better monitoring of tyre usage parameters, the Italian firm is trialling a special type of sticker on each tyre tread in Bahrain.
Sergio Perez topped the timesheet on day one of the third test, but problems continue for Christian Horner, Adrian Newey and co
Having fallen foul of a reliability glitch, Nico Rosberg says he is optimistic but not confident of Merc being “bullet proof” for Melbourne…
Daniel Ricciardo is adamant Red Bull’s situation is not as bad as it looks from the outside
Daniel Ricciardo has insisted Red Bull are still confident they can challenge in the season-opening Australian GP despite another day of struggle in Bahrain.
The team’s preparations have been plagued throughout the testing, but insist they will be ready for the GP Down Under on March 16
• Closed-road motor sport events to be considered• 5.1km circuit could pass Big Ben and Buckingham PalaceJenson Button believes Formula One’s “dream” of a grand prix around the streets …
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Force India were the unexpected pacesetters on the opening day of the second Bahrain test as the force stayed with the Mercedes runners over their struggling Renault and Ferrari rivals.
Tomorrow, February 28th, is the deadline for the new hybrid turbo F1 power units to be homologated. This means that the engine makers, Mercedes, Ferrari and Renault have to send the FIA a sample engine and the specification of this engine and Energy Recovery System is then fixed for the season. It is clear from the testing so far that Mercedes and Ferrari are in a position to do this, but Renault has been playing catch up after suffering a range of problems with the energy storage side of its power unit.
Possibility of London GP step closer as government signals plans to remove legal hurdles over speed limits
After torrid start to year, Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo posts team’s fastest time so far this winter in Bahrain
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Two years ago, Santander planted the seed of a London Grand Prix. 2014: Could this dream now become a reality? Ambitious plans to create a unique London Grand Prix were merely an enthusiastic flight of fancy, albeit heavily grounded in reality
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Two years ago, Santander planted the seed of a London Grand Prix. 2014: Could this dream now become a reality? Ambitious plans to create a unique London Grand Prix were merely an enthusiastic flight of fancy, albeit heavily grounded in reality.
Two years ago, Santander planted the seed of a London Grand Prix. 2014: Could this dream now become a reality?
Two years ago, Santander planted the seed of a London Grand Prix. 2014: Could this dream now become a reality?
The second 4 days of testing at Bahrain got underway today at Bahrain International Circuit, marking the last chance for teams to do some running before setting off for Melbourne for the first Grand Prix of the season.
The second 4 days of testing at Bahrain got underway today at Bahrain International Circuit, marking the last chance for teams to do some running before setting off for Melbourne for the first Grand Prix of the season.
What have Red Bull got in their locker and are Mercedes the ones to watch this season? Daniel Johnson ponders key questions
David Coulthard fears Paul di Resta may never return to the F1 grid unless he has some role to play this season…
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Launch 2014 Toro Rosso Jean Eric Vergne
Eddie Gossage says the F1 chief is ‘foolish’ to schedule the US Grand Prix on the same day as a Nascar a race in Texas
Red Bull’s Adrian Newey is facing his biggest challenge as reliability issues hamper team, says Daniel Johnson
Red Bull’s Adrian Newey is facing his biggest challenge as reliability issues hamper team, says Daniel Johnson
The final four day test session prior to the start of the season in Melbourne gets underway tomorrow, once again in Bahrain…Read Article
Williams has bolstered its senior race operations line-up as it prepares for the 2014 Formula One World Championship season, with the appointments of Rob Smedley and Richard Lockwood.
• GP in Austin same day as Nascar Sprint Cup AAA Texas 500• F1 chief cites logistics and different fan basesBernie Ecclestone has defended the …
The final pre-season test begins tomorrow in Bahrain, giving teams just four more track days to prepare their cars for the new F1 season, which starts on March 14th with free practice in Melbourne. It is already clear that, with the radical changes in technical regulations this year, and cars now running 1.6 litre hybrid turbo power units, some teams are in better shape than others.
Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg says the W05 must be ’100% bullet-proof’ by the time the team reach Melbourne for the opening race of the 2014 F1 season.
Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg says the W05 must be ’100% bullet-proof’ by the time the team reach Melbourne for the opening race of the 2014 F1 season.
Mercedes Executive Director Toto Wolff claims the Brackley outfit heads into the new season with ‘humility’ amidst claims that they start the year as favourites to win the Constructors’ Championship…
Susie Wolff is being offered a few practice sessions at the British and German Grands Prix – not a chance to race with Felipe Massa, says Beverley Turner
“It’s terrible but terrible mostly for his family who are just waiting,” says the one-time world champion about his former on-track rival
Susie Wolff is the first woman in 22 years to drive a Formula One car at a Grand Prix. Radhika Sanghani asks an aspiring racer and a former driver why it has taken so long
Williams Chief Technical Officer Pat Symonds says the team’s new FW36 car, powered by a Mercedes power unit, has ‘run like a dream’ during pre-season testing.
F1′s biggest bromance begins new chapter as Felipe Massa’s former Ferrari race engineer joins Williams
Ferrari Director of Engineering Pat Fry confirmed that the Formula One team will upgrade its car during the final Bahrain test this week…
Sky Sports F1 has announced it will be providing motorsport fans with the essential fix of an F1 race a day throughout 2014 – and now it wants you to decide what races it should broadcast!
• Rob Smedley to be head of vehicle performance at Williams• Engineer’s radio chat with Massa part of F1 folkloreThe former Ferrari race engineer Rob Smedley is following the Brazilian …
Driver’s manager denies German magazine report doctors end attempts to wake him up due to complications
Following a disappointing test in Bahrain last week, Red Bull are faced with a race against time to have a competitive car by the time the season starts in Australia next month…
In 2013, we collaborated with Red Bull Italy to provide four University students or recent graduates with an unmissable opportunity to work for Scuderia Toro Rosso as interns for a few months…Read Article
Susie Wolff will become first woman in more than two decades to take part in a Formula One event
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Misión cumplida para las Florida Winter Series, que llegan ya a la recta final un mes después de su inicio. En Homestead, que previamente había albergado la tercera ronda, pero esta vez utilizando la configuración infield-banking del circuito, el canadiense Nicholas Latifi hizo doblete, y el holandés Max Verstappen consiguió su primera victoria.
Just four days running and plenty of learning to do in Bahrain with less than a month to go before the Australian Grand Prix. Technical Director Nick Chester gives us the lowdown on the first test in Bahrain and explains how the team is shaping up ahead of the final programme this week. What’s the view following the first test for the team in Bahrain