Four corners and then to the end of the pit-lane. That was as far as world champion Sebastian Vettel managed
Felipe Massa finished Day Three of the final pre-season test with the fastest time in Bahrain thus far, but it was Red Bull who once again made the headlines with unreliability issues.
Qualifying changes will be introduced this coming season in an effort to get all of the top-ten cars out on track during the final session.
Following the completion of his first complete race simulation with the F14 T, Spaniard Fernando Alonso speaks out about winter testing so far and his expectations for the upcoming season.
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The Marussia F1 Team announces that, with effect from 1 March, Luca Colajanni will take up the position of Partnership Director. Luca, who joins the Team from Scuderia Ferrari, will be part of the Executive Management Team and will contribute to defining Marussia’s development strategy.
With just two days of testing remaining before the teams head to Melbourne, Fernando Alonso concedes he is “probably not” ready…
Felipe Massa has warned against writing off Red Bull, adamant that once they sort out the reliability, the RB10 will be on the pace…
Rachel Brookes discusses Red Bull’s difficult pre-season, talk of a B-spec car and if Sebastian Vettel really threw a hissy fit with Team Principal Christian Horner.
The penultimate day of testing in Bahrain got underway with Jules Bianchi and Daniil Kvyat the first to take to the track. Felipe Massa however soon settled atop the timesheet.
The penultimate day of testing in Bahrain got underway with Jules Bianchi and Daniil Kvyat the first to take to the track. Felipe Massa however soon settled atop the timesheet.
World champions express relief at positive running, while Jenson Button admits drivers look at the performance of other teams and it is “rubbish” to say they do not
Doctors say the failure to wake Michael Schumacher from his 2-month coma does not bode well for a recovery
• Proposal for last three races fails to convince strategy group• Move designed to increase interest and TV audiencesFormula One teams have rejected the proposal by Formula One’s …
Jenson Button is expecting a much more competitive McLaren once the season starts, although he concedes that their car still lacks outright performance compared to its rivals.
Pastor Maldonado ended the second day of this week’s Bahrain test with 31 laps completed after a fire in the rear of the E22 ended the day’s running for Lotus F1 Team. Pastor set a lap time of 1min 41.613secs as the team continued to conduct evaluations of new parts.
Felipe Massa had been a bit unlucky during previous test days where problems appeared to turn up only when he was driving the car. Today however saw the Brazilian liven up with a trouble free day, completing 103 laps.
The second day of the final pre-season test saw Infiniti Red Bull Racing make significant progress, with Daniel Ricciardo recording 66 largely trouble-free laps of the Bahrain International Circuit in the RB10. The team was also able to get in some pit stop practice and conduct a number of background tests and aerodynamic evaluations on the way to the day’s third-fastest time.
Lewis Hamilton admitted that Friday in Bahrain “wasn’t a spectacular day” for 2014 favourites Mercedes but stressed that it was better that unreliability issues struck the W05 in winter testing rather than when the serious business of racing begins in Australia.
An idea to introduce the ruling into other races was curtailed when it received insufficient support
Fernando Alonso doubts whether any team or driver will be completely ready for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, but insists he is happy with Ferrari’s progress.
Lewis Hamilton has once again downplayed claimed that Mercedes enter this year’s Championship as the favourites to take the title…
Daniel Ricciardo admits Friday’s largely trouble-free day in Bahrain has gone a long way towards boosting morale at Red Bull Racing…
Force India’s Sergio Perez topped the timesheets for the second day in a row as the Mercedes teams experienced mixed fortunes on Day Two of the final Bahrain test while Red Bull basked in a rare glimmer of good news.
Formula 1′s controversial new double points system will still only apply to the final race of the 2014 season in Abu Dhabi after a proposal to extend it to cover the final three rounds failed to gain sufficient support.
Red Bull completed their longest stint of the winter so far – albeit a modest twenty laps in the coolest conditions of the day – as the World Champions enjoyed their most positive session of pre-season testing on Friday.
Red Bull completed their longest stint of the winter so far – albeit a modest twenty laps in the coolest conditions of the day – as the World Champions enjoyed their most positive session of pre-season testing on Friday.
Red Bull Racing have hit back at reports that Sebastian Vettel threw “a massive hissy fit in Jerez” and refused to drive the car…
FOTA folds as it fails to bring non-members including Red Bull and Ferrari back on board
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Red Bull have hit back at reports Sebastian Vettel threw some sort of hissy fit at the Jerez test where the team managed just 21 laps.
Medics have been bringing the race ace out of a medically induced coma by slowly lowering the amount of drugs sedating him, giving his brain time to heal
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A dynamic new clip from Red Bull explaining the 2014 Formula One regulation changes, which are arguably the biggest the sport has ever seen, is coming soon. Featuring Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo, the clip introduces a new era in Formula One as we see the 2014 regulation changes take shape and come to life.
The second day of testing got going with an immediately active Fernando Alonso in the Ferrari, the team continuing with aero verification before introducing updates later on in the test.
The second day of testing got going with an immediately active Fernando Alonso in the Ferrari, the team continuing with aero verification before introducing updates later on in the test.
Kimi Raikkonen has admitted he has struggled to find a balance he likes at Ferrari following his move from Lotus over the winter.
Although Renault still have a “few more issues to sort out”, the engine manufacturer is not worried about Friday’s deadline…
Vitaly Petrov will race for Mercedes in the DTM this year, the manufacturer has confirmed. Petrov did some promotional driving in Moscow last year, and had his first test in Portimao last month. “I’m aware that I’ve got a steep … Continue reading →
The Formula One Teams’ Association, which was formed six years ago to represent the interests of its members, is being wound up.
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