Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has suggested more measures may be taken to make a driver’s life more difficult over the course of a grand prix weekend.
The Spanish race ace has found himself under pressure with rumours that he could be set to leave Maranello at the end of the season
Felipe Massa says he’s opposed to the clampdown on radio messages being enforced at this weekend’s Singapore GP and even warned of a “big accident” if a driver isn’t warned that his car is overheating.
Fernando Alonso has hit out at constant rumours about his future, saying they are are undermining Ferrari’s efforts…
Max Chilton believes we are likely to see drivers penalised in Singapore this weekend due an engineer accidently falling foul of the team radio clampdown.
Daniel Ricciardo has mixed feelings about the decision not to issue orders as it does mean when he beats his team-mate it will be on merit…
Formula One supremo warns that even greater restrictions for drivers could be on the horizon
An angry and frustrated Fernando Alonso has questioned the motivation of reports in Italy claiming that he is considering a blockbuster switch to Red Bull.
Jenson Button believes Formula 1 fans can expect to see a bigger difference between drivers’ getaways from the grid at the start of races as a result of the crackdown on team radio advice.
Kimi Raikkonen has admitted that Ferrari still have ‘a lot of work to do’ despite the Finn’s recent improvement.
Formula 1’s drivers are braced for an increase in their workload in the cockpit in Singapore following the clampdown on team radio, but are confident they will quickly adjust to the new restrictions.
Sergio Perez says he is “very close to committing” to Force India for 2015, but admits anything could happen until the deal is signed.
Sergio Perez says he is “very close to committing” to Force India for 2015, but admits anything could happen until the deal is signed.
Fernando Alonso says Formula 1 will not benefit from the new clampdown on radio messages to the drivers…
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Our driver Nico Hulkenberg sums up the Singapore Grand Prix best when he says the weekend is all about ‘Living in the night, sleeping in the day!’. Both Nico and Sergio describe this unique night-time street race from special and spectacular to challenging and demanding.
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Ever wondered what happens back at the factory when the team returns after a race weekend? Well, wonder no more as we take you behind the scenes at Infiniti Red Bull Racing to follow Christian Horner as he gets to grips with the Monday after Italian Grand Prix.
Daniel Johnson: Will Rosberg crack, can Vettel turn things around and are Ferrari able to pick themselves up?
Although Mercedes have made mistakes in dealing with their driver battle, Toto Wolff says they are “breaking new ground”…
Lewis Hamilton is hoping that F1′s clampdown on radio messages will play into his hands more than his team-mate Nico Rosberg’s…
Lewis Hamilton concedes time is not on his side as he looks to close the gap on Nico Rosberg in the Championship standings…
“We are breaking new ground in letting the boys race in the way we do, so we are bound to make mistakes” says team boss ahead of Singapore Grand Prix
Having left Europe, Formula 1 returns to Asia this weekend for the sport’s only night race: the Singapore Grand Prix. Held on a tortuous street circuit in the heart of the city-state, the race is undoubtedly a highlight of the season.
With the two gunning for the world championship Rosberg cleaned out his teammate at Spa before Hamilton returned to win in Monza
The British driver goes in search of another win in his quest for a second world title in the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend
Title challengers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg have welcomed the move to limit the pitwall’s communication with drivers from this weekend’s Singapore GP – with each now hoping that the crackdown gives them more chances to gain an on-track edge over the other.
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Rome, September 1st, 2014 – The best soccer players in the world, representing many different religious faiths, came together for the first Interreligious Match for Peace, an event which gathered more than 30.000 fans in Rome’s Stadio Olimpico for one goal: Peace!
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Rome, September 1st, 2014 – The best soccer players in the world, representing many different religious faiths, came together for the first Interreligious Match for Peace, an event which gathered more than 30.000 fans in Rome’s Stadio Olimpico for one goal: Peace!
The Drag Reduction System (DRS) which has transformed overtaking in Formula 1 over recent years will be introduced into the GP2 Series from the 2015 season.
Ferrari engineering director Pat Fry has confirmed the team are starting to switch focus to the 2015 car and they will even test some parts in Singapore…
Back-to-back victories either side of the summer break, as he took advantage of Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg tripping over themselves, had propelled Ricciardo into contention.
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La Partita Interreligiosa per la Pace si è svolta a Roma l’1 settembre 2014, ha coinvolto calciatori di tutto il mondo e ha radunato circa 20.000 tifosi allo Stadio Olimpico.
Alain Prost admits he was surprised by the way Mercedes handled the Spa fallout and also warned the team not to “overreact” to these situations…
Leading Mercedes driver says Formula One will ‘become more pure’ after governing body’s clampdown on pit-to-car radio communication
The F1 legend has a 15-strong medical team battling to get him to live a normal life
A clutch of drivers who all still have plenty to prove over the remainder of the 2014 season, including Kimi Raikkonen and Pastor Maldonado, will form a central part of Thursday’s Drivers’ Press Conference in Singapore.
Nico Rosberg is expecting the FIA’s clampdown on team radio communications to produce ‘purer’ racing, after the World Championship leader experienced the new limits in Mercedes’ simulator ahead of the Singapore GP.
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Piano Industriale Settimo Torinese 15 settembre 2014
Red Bull’s Helmut Marko has dismissed reports that Seb Vettel and Fernando Alonso are set to swap seats while Vettel insisted he is “happy where he is”…
Red Bull’s Helmut Marko has dismissed reports that Seb Vettel and Fernando Alonso are set to swap seats while Vettel insisted he is “happy where he is”…
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Diplomat and aspiring racing driver Will Dendy makes a stunning race debut in the MINI Challenge at Brands Hatch, having won the drive via Pirelli’s “Are you race worthy?” Facebook competition
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci believes the F14T’s shortcomings, especially in qualifying, were highlighted at the Italian Grand Prix…
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci believes the F14T’s shortcomings, especially in qualifying, were highlighted at the Italian Grand Prix…
Despite being friends since they were teens the war over the drivers crown has tested their limits of their relationship claims the Mercedes chief
Clampdown means coded messages, demands for help with car settings and even pit boards displaying anything but the most general information have been outlawed
The FIA has issued clarification with regard to the use of radio messages throughout future grands prix.
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Fascinating and sporty, yet absolutely urban: the new Ferrari Store collection stands as a tribute to the Scuderia Ferrari heritage, featuring innovative materials and stylish details. For fans willing to take their passion to new heights. Sportiva e avvincente, dal tocco assolutamente urban: la nuova collezione Ferrari Store è un tributo all’eredità storica della Scuderia Ferrari, con materiali innovativi e dettagli di stile
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Italian style and excellence for the new Ferrari Store collection, a refined expression of luxury for those who can’t wait to stand out from the crowd. Stile ed eccellenza italiani per la nuova collezione Ferrari Store, un’espressione raffinata di lusso per chi ama distinguersi. Ferrari Store:
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Con la parte europea della stagione ormai consegnata alla storia, per il Circus della Formula 1 è tempo di lasciare il Vecchio Continente e affrontare gli ultimi sei Gran Premi della stagione, attraversando il globo in lungo e in largo, dall’Estremo Oriente all’Occidente e ritorno in Medio Oriente per il gran finale. Il primo di questi appuntamenti è in programma sul luminoso e affascinante circuito di Marina Bay, a Singapore.
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With the European part of this season consigned to history, it’s time for the Formula 1 circus to leave home and tackle the final six Grands Prix of the season, which involves criss-crossing the globe from the Far East to the West and back to its Middle East finale. The first of those appointments is at the photogenic and floodlit Marina Bay circuit in Singapore. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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El tramo europeo de la temporada ya forma parte de la historia. Ha llegado el momento de que el circo de la Fórmula 1 abandone el Viejo Continente y afronte los últimos seis Grandes Premios de la temporada, en algo así como la vuelta al mundo: primero al Lejano Oriente, luego vuelta a Occidente y por último, Oriente Medio para el gran final. La primera cita tiene lugar en el fascinante circuito iluminado de Marina Bay, en Singapur