Junior team pull out of GP3 race in Russia but team stress decision is not connected to Jules Bianchi’s accident
FIA president Jean Todt says Schumacher’s condition is improving following his skiing accident
The FIA introduced “Slow Zones” at the 2014 Le Mans 24 Hours to allow marshals to recover cars from the track without the need for a Safety Car whilst providing greater safety than yellow flags.
Jenson Button is as enthusiastic as ever to a visit a new venue while Kevin Magnussen is happy to be on equal footing with other drivers…
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McLaren have rejected suggestions Canadian billionaire businessman Lawrence Stroll is poised to take up a shareholding in the Formula One team.
Lewis Hamilton insists he is not ready to quit Mercedes, saying he is loving life at one of the “coolest brands in the world”…
The track layout in Baku which will host Azerbaijan’s first foray into Formula 1 was unveiled on Tuesday by Bernie Ecclestone and members of the country’s government.
The 25-year-old suffered a ‘diffuse axonal injury’ after hitting a safety vehicle at Suzuka circuit and remains in ‘stable but critical’ condition
The devastating extent of the brain injuries sustained by Formula One driver Jules Bianchi after he crashed into the back of a tractor were revealed on Tuesday after his family released a statement.
The Frenchman is still in hospital in Yokkaichi after colliding with a tractor during Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix
Without knowing specifics of the Frenchman’s case Dr Ganesh Bavikatte cautiously suggests that given certain conditions Bianchi could make a full recovery
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Il pensiero dei piloti e della gente della Formula 1 è rimasto in Giappone, a cercare di sostenere Jules Bianchi nella battaglia che sta combattendo. Ma i protagonisti del Mondiale stanno arrivando a Sochi, sede dell’unica nuova gara del calendario 2014, il Gran Premio di Russia a Sochi, già sede delle Olimpiadi invernali nello scorso mese di febbraio. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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The thoughts of the entire Formula 1 world are still in Japan, trying to support Jules Bianchi in the hard battle that the young Frenchman is fighting. But the big Formula 1 family is arriving in Sochi for the only all-new event on the 2014 calendar, the Russian Grand Prix at Sochi, best known as the home of this year’s Winter Olympics. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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El corazón de toda la Fórmula 1 está aún en Japón, intentando mostrar su apoyo a Jules Bianchi en la dura batalla que el joven francés está librando. Pero la competición debe seguir y la gran familia de la Fórmula 1 está ya poco a poco llegando a Sochi para afrontar la única prueba que debuta esta temporada en el calendario: el Gran Premio de Rusia, en Sochi, que el pasado mes de febrero ya fue sede de los Juegos Olímpicos de Invierno.
French F1 star Bianchi was involved in a horrific accident at the weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix and remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital
Azerbaijan's track layout, set to host the country's first ever Formula One Grand Prix was unveiled on Tuesday by Bernie Ecclestone, joined by members of the Azerbaijan government.
The 25-year-old remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital in Yokkaichi, where Professor Gerard Saillant has arrived
“The messages of support and affection for Jules from all over the world have been a source of great comfort to us,” they add
FIA president Jean Todt says Schumacher’s condition is improving following his skiing accident
FIA president Jean Todt says Michael Schumacher will likely “lead a relatively normal life again” following his skiing accident…
Marussia’s French driver is in a “critical but stable” condition after undergoing surgery on a severe head injury after his horror crash
According to an FIA statement, Jules Bianchi is in a ‘critical but stable condition’ following Sunday’s accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel warns it will take some time to get comfortable on the Sochi track while Daniel Ricciardo wants a good challenge…
The prognosis comes from former Ferrari boss Jean Todt, who visited the stricken star at his Swiss mansion
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3D animated video by Pirelli describing Sochi circuit from a tyre point of view.
JONATHAN McEVOY IN SUZUKA: Formula One boss Jean Todt has asked for a full report into the accident that left Jules Bianchi in a critical condition in hospital for a second night.
But Mirror Sport understands fundamental changes are unlikely for the Sochi race with the circuit’s layout unlikely to provide a problem
Unsettling footage of Jules Bianchi’s life-threatening crash during the Japanese GP has appeared on the internet.
The Frenchman is still in hospital in Yokkaichi after colliding with a tractor during Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix
Michael Schumacher’s son Mick showed racing skill runs in the family as he secured a podium finish in the German Kart Championship. 
I am now in Dubai and during the eight or so hours I have been flying, a video has emerged which clearly shows what happened. This is very helpful to understand the dynamics of the crash.
JONATHAN McEVOY IN SUZUKA: Formula One boss Jean Todt has asked for a full report into the accident that left Jules Bianchi in a critical condition in hospital for a second night.
The French driver had surgery and is now in intensive care after he crashed his F1 car into a tractor on the Suzuka circuit
WARNING – GRAPHIC CONTENT: Footage has emerged of Jules Bianchi’s crash at the Japanese Grand Prix that left the Formula One star in a ‘critical but stable condition’.
The sport is once again under extensive scrutiny in the wake of its most serious accident since legend Ayrton Senna’s death 20 years ago
President Jean Todt asks Charlie Whiting to compile report as Frenchman remains ‘critical but stable’
Entertaining F1 driver who raced in 208 grands prix without a winGrand prix racing is one of the few sports in which a competitor can enjoy a long and …
Entertaining F1 driver who raced in 208 grands prix without a winGrand prix racing is one of the few sports in which a competitor can enjoy a long and successful …
Lewis Hamilton admitted he ‘enjoyed the ride’ as he extended his championship lead at a wet Suzuka – but it was a serious injury to Marussia’s Jules Bianchi which overshadowed the Japanese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton insisted he felt comfortable in chasing down and passing title rival Nico Rosberg at a rainy Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday.
View the Japanese Grand Prix photo gallery by multi award winning photographer Darren Heath on the Official McLaren Formula 1 website.
Former FIA president says officials were blameless in Japan but former drivers question why the safety car was not deployed before Jules Bianchi’s crash
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A selection of images from the 2014 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix. View the gallery here.
Glamorous osteopathy student Camille Marchetti posted support for her partner on Twitter as Bianchi’s father travels out to Japan to be with him
The French F1 star is in a critically ill condition in intensive care but DHL faced a social media backlash after they asked for likes on a Facebook post
Jules Bianchi’s girlfriend sent out a tweet praying for his recovery as he fought for his life after a horrific crash at the Japanese Grand Prix.
The former FIA President discusses Jules Bianchi’s accident during Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Former Formula One driver Andrea De Cesaris has died following a motorbike accident on Rome’s ringroad, Italian media reported on Sunday.