Lewis Hamilton ends free practice two with fastest time of day. Fernando Alonso finishes second, Nico Rosberg third who’s followed by two Red Bulls
Lewis Hamilton topped the times in the second practice session of the day following a mere 9 laps during the morning session. Fernando Alonso was second fastest with the second Mercedes of Nico Rosberg going third fastest.
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso set the fastest time of the morning during first practice ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix. Nico Rosberg was 4 tenths slower and second fastest while Daniel Ricciardo completed the top three.
Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso broke Mercedes’ recent hegemony at the top of the Formula 1 timesheet by outpacing Nico Rosberg in Practice One for the Chinese GP.
Ecclestone facing bribery charges in Munich court Told he will be sacked by Formula One if found guiltyBernie Ecclestone is to miss the China Grand Prix this weekend as he …
F1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone says battle to disprove charges of bribery won’t affect running of sport
The return to competitiveness of Renault and Lotus should take another step this weekend in China, as the black and gold cars have some updates on the chassis side and they will also have the latest specification Renault power units as used in Bahrain by Red Bull and Toro Rosso. The season has started very badly for a team which this time last year was fighting for wins and podiums in the early flyaway races.
The 29-year-old German believes the 2008 champion overstepped the limits of fair during their epic duel in the sands outside Manama
The German believes his Mercedes colleague overstepped the limits of fair during their epic duel in the sands last week
The Spaniard would clearly prefer Stefano Domenicali had remained at the helm for Ferrari while Kimi Raikkonen’s suggestion that ‘everyone is a bit surprised’ speaks volumesFerrari, the biggest team …
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HAPPY EASTER! This F1-paced Easter Egg Hunt is a shorty for you to have some fun. One of the Easter eggs in this video keeps a secret.
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This is the fifth part in our new six part mini-series: The A to Z of Formula One. Featuring Sebastian Vettel, Daniel Ricciardo, Sebastien Buemi, Christian Horner and Adrian Newey, the series offers a unique insider view to the key aspects of Formula One, connected to each letter of the alphabet.
The double champion was speaking publicly for the first time since Stefano Domenicali stepped down and Mattiacci was appointed to fill his boots.
Nico Rosberg has insisted that there was nothing untoward in Mercedes supplying him with a ‘dossier of data’ from Lewis Hamilton’s car ahead of their duel for victory in Bahrain.
Prosecutors have ruled that no third party was involved in the horror accident, which has left the F1 legend with catastrophic brain injuries
Luca di Montezemolo says Ferrari will return to winning ways after poor start to the season, with new team principal Marco Mattiaci joining
Sebastian Vettel has admitted he is not yet as comfortable with Red Bull’s RB10 as he wants to be, but the German insists he welcomes the strong intra-team challenge being put up by Daniel Ricciardo.
Jenson Button has conceded that Mercedes are likely to be uncatchable for at least the first half of the 2014 campaign.
New team principal lacks Formula One experience ‘We’re obviously hoping he will be successful,’ says AlonsoFernando Alonso has urged critics to give Ferrari’s new team principal, Marco Mattiacci, …
Lewis Hamilton reckons such was the success of the Bahrain Grand Prix that it has brought new fans to Formula 1…
Lewis Hamilton believes the ‘ecstatic’ reaction to the epic drama of last week’s Bahrain GP has ‘done the world of good’ for Formula 1 after the sport’s attempts to tear itself apart over the rights and wrongs of its revolutionary new turbo era.
Frenchman kept quite when Kimi Raikkonen aired grievances ‘Everything has been sorted and is good,’ Grosjean saysRomain Grosjean has confirmed he has finally been paid by Lotus. …
Fernando Alonso has played it safe, refusing to pass judgement on Ferrari’s decision to sign a non-racing man as team boss…
Fernando Alonso has insisted he will remain a close friend of Stefano Domenicali in the wake of the Italian’s decision to quit as Ferrari team boss this week.
Fernando Alonso has admitted there will be no quick fix for Ferrari in the wake of Stefano Domenicali’s departure and warned F1′s most famous marque are likely to remain uncompetitive until at least the second half of the 2014 campaign.
Fernando Alonso has admitted there will be no quick fix for Ferrari in the wake of Stefano Domenicali’s departure and warned F1′s most famous marque are likely to remain uncompetitive until at least the second half of the 2014 campaign.
Nico Hulkenberg has ruled out strike action by F1 drivers in protest against unpaid salaries.
Christian Horner is confident that with Adrian Newey’s experience behind their charge Red Bull will return to the front of the field…
Although Red Bull are “under a little bit of heat”, Mark Webber has backed his former team to bounce back…
Flavio Briatore says Ferrari were right to “shake things up” earlier this week by parting ways with Stefano Domenicali…
On the back of a week of upheaval at Ferrari, president Luca di Montezemolo has issued a rallying cry, saying the team will “win very soon”…
As we head into fourth race of the F1 season – the Chinese GP – Daniel Johnson looks at the five key talking points
Christian Horner has defended the decision to scrap a proposed cost cap, saying it would “never” effectively cut costs…
Christian Horner has defended the decision to scrap a proposed cost cap, saying it would “never” effectively cut costs…
In-form Lewis Hamilton is to appear in Thursday’s Drivers’ Press Conference in Shanghai ahead of his attempts to secure a hat-trick of victories for the first time in his F1 career this weekend.
The exciting Bahrain Grand Prix is little more than a week behind us and F1 teams have arrived in China for the final race before starting the European racing season, in May at Barcelona, Spain.
Although the last race in Bahrain was one of the best in living memory, the sport’s bosses and teams have voted to try to increase engine noise levels
She has been involved in the development of the Williams car for the past two seasons and can be seen most Grand Prix weekends in the team’s motorhome
Williams development driver who’s been making male rivals cry in touring-car racing has her eye on the British Grand Prix
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In the fourth episode of his 2014 Grand Prix preview series, Nico Rosberg shares his thoughts on the Shanghai International Circuit: scene of his maiden Formula One victory… —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos!
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Lewis Hamilton guides us through a lap of the Shanghai International circuit – home to the 2014 Chinese Grand Prix – in the Formula One simulator. The fourth episode of a brand new race preview series from PETRONAS MOTORSPORTS, watch out for more throughout the 2014 season! —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos
Hamilton bouyed after hard-fought victory at Bahrain GP Mercedes driver going for third win in a row in ChinaLewis Hamilton is hoping his recent victory in …
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British young driver James Calado il ready to make his debut in the FIA WEC on the Ferrari 458 of AF Corse racing team. His team mate will be Scuderia Ferrari Formula 1 team tester Davide Rigon. Il britannico James Calado lascia le monoposto per gareggiare nel FIA WEC con la Ferrari 458 del team AF Corse.
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Sunday at Silverstone sees the first round of the FIA WEC series, the World Endurance Championship in which Ferrari will be aiming to repeat its triple title winning exploits of 2013. This time AF Corse has decided to field two very different crews in the LMGTE PRO category.
Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull can establish themselves as the leaders of the pack this season behind the dominant Mercedes pair…
The UBS Chinese Grand Prix is always an intriguing race and strategy has played a significant role in the outcome in recent years. Overtaking is easy here because of the longest straight in F1 at 1.17km, so teams can plan for the fastest strategy knowing that traffic will not be a huge problem. That said, the speed differential between cars due to the new hybrid turbo engines, could see cars with less straight line speed struggle to pass midfield cars with good straightline speed.
Exclusive: In a bid to cut spiralling costs F1 rulemakers weigh up to computerised suspension, which was outlawed in 1994
Lewis Hamilton aims to win his third consecutive race in China while Nico Rosberg is happy to return to the circuit where he won his first Grand Prix…
Ferrari Engineering Director Pat Fry has admitted that the Maranello team’s target this season is to finish as the best of the rest behind Mercedes…