Caterham rolled out their CT05, featuing a particular nose cone solution that is worth a proper look.
Jenson Button gave the McLaren MP4-29 its first run today, completing a slow installation lap before returning to the garage. The car didn’t run yesterday after the team struggled throughout the day with electrical problems. Pirelli has nominated today as … Continue reading →
The seven-time world champion has been receiving round-the-clock care since December 29
• Turbo engines back for first time since 1988• Noses will be lower and wings narrower this seasonNew power units For the first time since 1988 turbo engines will be …
Mercedes are confident they will return to the track on Day Two in Jerez with a fix for the front-wing failure that pitched Lewis Hamilton into a crash on the W05′s testing debut.
Force India have changed their driver schedule for the Jerez test with Sergio Perez staying in the car for Day Two after completing just a handful of laps on Tuesday.
Having just unveiled the new RB10, Red Bull's technical head explains the challenges the team has experienced while designing the new car in a particularly compressed timeframe.
Williams today debuted their Mercedes powered FW36 on track, a first time the wide public could see the car. The team however struggled with several eletrical issues and ended up running only a handful of laps on the first day at Jerez.
The sport’s new era got off to a bang (or two) with teams getting over teething problems in Spain. See the best pics from day one here
Kimi Raikkonen has downplayed the lack of running at Jerez on Tuesday, saying it will take time for the teams to get up to speed….
Championship winners Red Bull Racing presented their new RB10 Renault this morning in the Jerez pitlane, 20 minutes after Mercedes started today's action by launching their own contender.
McLaren could not get Jenson Button’s engine started and race winners Lotus did not even appear on day one in Jerez
In customary taciturn fashion, Kimi Raikkonen has refused to read any significance into setting the fastest time on a truncated first day of 2014 winter testing at Jerez.
Red Bull’s technical guru expresses serious misgivings about rule change
McLaren’s pre-season testing programme got off to an inauspicious start on Tuesday, when an electrical problem prevented Jenson Button from giving the new MP4-29 its debut at Jerez.
A new Formula 1 era got underway today at the Jerez de la Frontera circuit with the first of twelve days of pre-season testing…Read Article
McLaren failed to put in a single lap on the opening day of pre-season testing due to “electrical issues” with the new MP4-29…
Kimi Raikkonen ended the first day of running at Jerez on top, celebrating his return to Ferrari in style. The day was however dominated by car launches and teams struggling to get their cars ready to take to the track.
New rules and regulations for 2014 haven’t created the most beautiful of designs as testing got underway in Jerez today
Day One at Jerez did not get off to a flying start with four red flags, a crash for Lewis Hamilton, a P1 for Kimi Raikkonen and no sign of McLaren…
F1′s brave new world of turbo engines began with a bang and whimper at Jerez as the first day of 2014 winter testing fell flat with very limited running and Lewis Hamilton crashing out after a high-speed front-wing failure on his new Mercedes.
But the four-time world champion says he’s staying away from Grenoble hospital, explaining: “It’s not about me at all it’s about Michael only and his family”
Caterham revealed their 2014 car – the CT05 – midway through the opening day of the first pre-season test at Jerez.
Sebastien Vettel says he hopes ‘miracle’ can happen and compatriot Michael Schumacher can be ‘same guy as he was before’
Red Bull Racing's technical chief Adrian Newey has admitted to concern that the new lower nose regulations introduced in Formula One may have uninentionally made driver safety worse.
The new Caterham CT05 took to the track in Jerez today in the hands of Marcus Ericsson. As you can see, the car looks different at the front…
Caterham F1 have become the sixth team to hit the track with their new challenger. Rookie driver Marcus Ericsson took the honours of completing the car's first lap around Jerez at around 15:10 local time.
Caterham F1 have become the sixth team to hit the track with their new challenger. Rookie driver Marcus Ericsson took the honours of completing the car's first lap around Jerez at around 15:10 local time.
World Champion Sebastian Vettel says it is “impossible” to even guess what the pecking order will be at the start of the 2014 season after enduring a day of frustration in Jerez, as the start of F1′s turbo era was marked by the conspicuous sound of silence on Tuesday.
• Hamilton crashed his W05 only four hours after unveiling• Front wing may have been problem; damage to suspensionLewis Hamilton, one of the favourites to …
Red Bull technical chief Adrian Newey has expressed safety fears over the new lower noses that have proved a striking feature on Formula 1 cars in 2014.
But the four-time world champion says he’s staying away from Grenoble hospital, explaining: “It’s not about me at all it’s about Michael only and his family”
The 2008 world champion’s car failed on him at Turn One as the sport continues to get its head around new rules and regulations
• Red Bull engineer says new design may cause ‘torpedoing’• ‘It’s introduced possibly more dangers than it has cured’Adrian Newey, Red Bull’s technical director and the most respected designer …
2008 world champion is sent into the barriers at turn one, but emerges unscathed from high-speed accident
PHIL DUNCAN: Lewis Hamilton kicked off a new turbo-charged era of Formula One on Tuesday morning after he became the first driver to take to the track at the season’s first winter test.
Lewis Hamilton crashed his brand new Mercedes W05 after it suffered a front wing failure on Day One at Jerez…
Lewis Hamilton has crashed his brand new Mercedes W05 after it suffered an apparent front wing failure on Day One…
Lewis Hamilton has suffered a juddering case of déjà vu after enduring a heavy shunt midway through the first day of 2014 F1 winter testing.
Mercedes' head of engines, Andy Cowell comments on the new drivetrain regulations and in particular how the Brixworth departments adapted to that as an engine manufacturer and supplier to three teams.
Christian Horner concedes Formula One could be a game of strategy this season due to the new regulations…
The first day of testing is underway in Jerez, and there’s already plenty to talk about on and off track. We took five with our Technical Director, Nick Chester, to see how the E22 is coming along, and exactly what the team is thinking while looking at the other cars as they roll out for the first time this season.
PHIL DUNCAN: Lewis Hamilton kicked off a new turbo-charged era of Formula One on Tuesday morning after he became the first driver to take to the track at the season’s first winter test.
Schumi’s former engineers send their support as they pose for a snap that was later tweeted during pre-season tests in Spain
Adrian Newey not only dislikes the new-look F1 noses but doubts whether they really will improve safety…
But Force India’s launch proves the most dramatic as it rivals the Ferrari in ugliest car with a weird protrusion nose
Force India completed a flurry of launches prior to the start of F1 pre-season testing at Jerez, with Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez revealing the VJM07.