Williams' Valtteri Bottas qualified third and Felipe Massa fourth for tomorrow’s United States Grand Prix. Both drivers showed strong and consistent pace in all three sessions to lock out the second row of the grid.
The Swede, 24, made his debut in Formula One this season but is not racing at this weekend’s United States Grand Prix in Austin, Texas after Caterham were put into administration.
Fernando Alonso has called on F1 to display “common sense” in getting to grips with cost issues to ensure the sport remains on the healthiest possible financial footing.
The grim financial situation in Fomula One has left some of the so-called smaller teams considering pulling out of the season’s ultimate race
Sauber's Adrian Sutil produced a surprise in qualifying for the United States Grand Prix. With an excellent performance he made it, for the first time this season, into the top ten. Teammate Esteban Gutiérrez will start from 16th.
Nico Rosberg took pole position for tomorrow's United States Grand Prix while team mate Lewis Hamilton completes the front row, despite struggling with his front brakes.
Eric Boullier has apologised to McLaren’s fans for the length of time it has taken to appoint their 2015 drivers.
Fernando Alonso nearly joined Sebastian Vettel in the pitlane for the US GP, but Ferrari decided to use an older engine…
Qualifying for Sunday’s United States Grand Prix saw Sergio Perez qualify in P12 with Nico Hulkenberg right behind in P13. Nico Hulkenberg targeted Q3 but strangely had a visor tear-off stuck on his tyre to lose grip and ruin his flying lap.
Toro Rosso had a difficult qualifying session at Austin as both drivers struggled with their cars. In the end, Daniil Kvyat qualified 14th and Jean-Eric Vergne 15th, hoping for an improved car balance on race day.
Daniel Ricciardo believes he can finish on the podium in Sunday’s United States GP, but feels Mercedes are beyond the reach of everyone.
McLaren's Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen were evenly-matched throughout all three of this afternoon’s qualifying sessions, qualifying 7th and 8th for the US GP. However, Jenson has been given a five-place grid penalty (for a premature gearbox change) and will therefore drop to 12th.
Jenson Button has admitted he wishes there more cars running in Austin this weekend, even though the absence of two teams makes racing life an altogether more straightforward affair.
Daniel Ricciardo is hoping for some good clean battles with Williams on Sunday as he looks to finish second best behind Mercedes…
Lotus' Pastor Maldonado qualified a season-best eleventh and will start from tenth place on the grid for tomorrow’s United States Grand Prix. Team mate Romain Grosjean struggled with brake and car balance in qualifying after being happy with his car in FP3.
The Sauber F1 Team announced Marcus Ericsson as one of its race drivers for 2015. After his Formula One debut with the Caterham F1 Team this year, the Swede will head into his second season.
Lewis Hamilton has bemoaned the brake problem which culminated in Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg cruising to pole position for the United States GP.
Lewis Hamilton concedes his qualifying session in Austin was hampered by problems with his brakes, but insists Nico Rosberg was just too good on the day…
Lewis Hamilton concedes his qualifying session in Austin was hampered by problems with his brakes, but insists Nico Rosberg was just too good on the day…
Nico Rosberg believes everything worked out just perfectly for him during qualifying for the US GP, but he knows the big challenge will come on race day…
Nico Rosberg believes everything worked out just perfectly for him during qualifying for the US GP, but he knows the big challenge will come on race day…
Briton will start behind his fierce rival after qualifying for US Grand Prix as three rebellious teams remain in frantic talks over spectacular boycott
There were top ten times in qualifying for the United States GP for both Ferrari drivers, both McLarens and the super excited Adrian Sutil…
Nico Rosberg put an end to Lewis Hamilton’s run in Austin by snatching pole position from his team-mate. Valtteri Bottas was third…
Nico Rosberg stepped out of the shadow of his team mate by topping the times for the first time this weekend. When it mattered, Rosberg proved 4 tenths quicker than Hamilton, securing pole for the United States Grand Prix.
Nico Rosberg took a commanding pole-position for the United States Grand Prix in Austin, enjoying a gap of almost four tenths to Lewis Hamilton.
Bernie Ecclestone has dismissed suggestions Force India and Sauber are preparing to withdraw from the United States GP in public protest against the governance of Formula 1.
Bernie Ecclestone has quelled fears Force India and Sauber will withdraw from the United States GP in public protest against the governance of Formula 1 – but admitted he doesn’t know how to fix the financial crisis which has enveloped the sport.
Force India are considering withdrawing from the United States GP in protest against the governance of Formula 1.
Having topped both Friday sessions, Lewis Hamilton continued to display his dominance, now lapping the Circuit Of the Americas more than 8 tenths faster than his team mate who was second fastest.
Marcus Ericsson has joined Sauber for the 2015 season – although it remains unclear whether he has been recruited as a replacement for Adrian Sutil or Esteban Gutierrez.
Marcus Ericsson is poised to join Sauber for the 2015 season – although it remains unclear whether he is being lined up as a replacement for Adrian Sutil or Esteban Gutierrez.
The plight of Caterham and Marussia highlights the risky expense of competing in motorsport’s most glamorous championship
Championship leader Lewis Hamilton made it a hat-trick of fastest times to underline his status as pole favourite in Austin as title rival Nico Rosberg experienced a difficult Practice Three.
Jenson Button says it is going to be “very tricky” working out how the virtual safety car is going to work as drivers “can’t just hit the brakes” in a race…
Kimi Raikkonen has scored just 47 points from the 16 races ahead of this weekend’s US Grand Prix, compared to team-mate Fernando Alonso’s total of 141.
The trio of teams are unhappy at not having a say on the key decision-making Strategy Group, controlled by lead teams and F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone
Lotus have dismissed reports suggesting they could boycott this weekend’s United States GP along with Sauber and Force India in protest at F1’s growing cost crisis.
Conspirators are furious after demise of Marussia and Caterham and are considering drastic action at US Grand Prix to force reduction in costs
Fernando Alonso has given the Virtual Safety Car (VSC) system the thumbs up after a first trial run, but admits a lot of work still needs to be done…
Jenson Button and Romain Grosjean believe more work is needed on Formula 1’s Virtual Safety Car idea after the system was trialled for the first time in practice in Austin on Friday.
JONATHAN MCEVOY IN TEXAS: Lewis Hamilton, who joined Simon Fuller’s management stable to fulfil his dream cracking America, has decided to take control of his own management affairs.
Sebastian Vettel admits he’s not really looking forward to qualifying at Austin on Saturday as he won’t be able to “go out and smash it”…
Formula 1′s midfield teams called for immediate changes to the sport’s financial set-up to help secure their futures during a highly-charged press conference in Austin.
Formula 1′s midfield teams called for immediate changes to the sport’s financial set-up to help secure their futures during a highly-charged press conference in Austin.
Nico Rosberg is backing himself to up his pace as the weekend progresses in Austin after settling for second best behind Lewis Hamilton on Friday…
Former Formula One star David Coulthard’s guide to Austin, Texas, race
29-year-old poised to eclipse Nigel Mansell’s 31 Grand Prix victories this weekend in Texas says he’s concentrating on the title
Mercedes have admitted that they have “two or three things” to fix in Austin after Lewis Hamilton’s FP2 was cut short by mechanical problems…
Mercedes have admitted that they had “two or three things” to fix in Austin after Lewis Hamilton’s FP2 was cut short by mechanical problems…