As F1 is set to break new ground at Sochi for the Russian Grand Prix, the mood in the paddock is still very downbeat with people's minds still set on Jules Bianchi.
Sergio Perez leads safety demands with Jules Bianchi remaining critical ahead of Russian Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton is adamant he will sit down with Mercedes at the end of the year to discuss a new deal as rumours regarding the prospect of Fernando Alonso taking his seat gather pace.
Lotus have confirmed they are to run Mercedes power units from 2015 – the deal brings to an end a long-standing agreement with Renault.
Lotus F1 Team and Mercedes AMG High Performance Powertrains have announced a long-term supply agreement which will see Lotus F1 Team utilizing the Mercedes-Benz Power Unit from the start of the 2015 season until the end of the current Power Unit generation.
Felipe Massa has described last week’s Japanese Grand Prix as the ‘worst race of my life’. He was speaking at a sombre press conference ahead of F1’s inaugural visit to Russia.
Alexander Rossi is on the official FIA entry list for this weekend’s inaugural Russian Grand Prix in place of Jules Bianchi. Marussia are yet to make an official announcement on their plans.
Marussia have named reserve driver Alexander Rossi on the official entry list for this weekend’s Russian GP, although it’s understood no final decision on whether they will field two cars has yet been taken following Jules Bianchi’s Suzuka accident.
Marussia will enter just one car for this weekend’s Russian GP out of respect for Jules Bianchi following his life-threatening crash at Suzuka on Sunday.
The American rookie is set to be given his first chance at racing in a Grand Prix race after previously only taking part in two free practice sessions this season
Jules Bianchi’s crash was so shocking that it’s almost difficult to put into words. I was informed of the severity of his accident by the FIA immediately after the race; that it was extremely serious.
Jules Bianchi’s crash was so shocking that it’s almost difficult to put into words. I was informed of the severity of his accident by the FIA immediately after the race; that it was extremely serious.
The F1 community has united in support of Jules Bianchi with the drivers carrying get well messages in Sochi.
Four days on from Jules Bianchi’s horror crash at Suzuka, the drivers and the rest of the F1 fraternity were understandably in reflective mood as the sport reconvened for the Russian GP.
Four days on from Jules Bianchi’s horror crash at Suzuka, the drivers and the rest of the F1 fraternity were understandably in reflective mood as the sport reconvened for the Russian GP.
Bianchi remains in a “critical but stable” condition in hospital and Force India’s Perez wants answers from the FIA before demanding a change in safety car rules
Sergio Perez has labelled Jules Bianchi’s crash ‘totally unacceptable’ and called on on the FIA to introduce the safety car on all occasions when a recovery vehicle is in operation.
Fernando Alonso says there are “no words” to describe how he and the rest of the paddock are feeling in the wake of Jules Bianchi’s crash…
Force India’s Sergio Perez says F1 drivers want answers from FIA on why “tragic accident” in Suzuka happened
Lewis Hamilton has insisted he is “100 per cent” committed to Mercedes amid renewed speculation about a return to McLaren.
Similar tractors to those involved in the Suzuka incident last weekend could be in place at 12 locations across the Sochi circuit with safety the top priority
An impassioned Sergio Perez has said that Formula 1’s drivers will make themselves heard in the aftermath of Jules Bianchi’s horrific Suzuka accident, with the Mexican labelling the events of last Sunday “totally unacceptable”.
Formula 1 will have to consider closed cockpits if it can improve safety in the wake of Jules Bianchi according to Williams Deputy Team Principal Claire Williams.
Philippe and Christine Bianchi travelled from France to Japan to be with the 25-year-old whose condition remains “critical but stable”
Marco Mattiacci has again spoken out in favour of lifting restrictions on engine development ahead of Friday’s vote…
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This weekend’s Russian Grand Prix poses some new challenges for our drivers Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez. New venue, new circuit, new fans – the boys are relishing the opportunity to unleash their talents at the Sochi track.
Jules Bianchi’s horrific accident in the Japanese GP has naturally left Formula 1 in a state of shock and overshadowed all other events from last weekend at Suzuka.
Daniel Johnson asks whether country will embrace F1, has a marshal’s take on the Bianchi crash and the dethroning of Vettel
Jean Todt has paid a visit to his close friend Michael Schumacher recently. The Frenchman who is in charge of governing the FIA, disclosed the great German was on course to have a “relatively normal life.”
Consultant Neurosurgeon Peter Hamlyn talks to Gareth A Davies about the Diffuse Axomal Injury suffered by Formula One driver Jules Bianchi at the Japanese Grand Prix
Consultant Neurosurgeon Peter Hamlyn talks to Gareth A Davies about Diffuse Axonal Injury suffered by F1 driver Jules Bianchi at Suzuka
The 25-year-old suffered a ‘diffuse axonal injury’ after hitting a safety vehicle at Suzuka circuit and remains in ‘stable but critical’ condition
Lewis Hamilton is expecting yet another strong showing from Mercedes, this time in Russia as he looks to extend his lead in the Championship race…
With the Championship on the line, Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will be giving no quarter as they race for the victory in Russia…
With Bianchi’s condition remaining critical but stable after his horrific crash at last Sunday’s Grand Prix in Japan, a sense of normality has yet to return to the British-based team ahead of Russia.
Lotus F1 Team Technical Director Nick Chester looks intot he technical challenges that are expected when running starts on Friday on the brand new circuit that is the Sochi Autodrom, set to play home to the first ever Russian GP.
Drivers in sombre mood ahead of inaugural Russian Grand Prix in Sochi as Frenchman remains in critical condition in Japan
The Brit will continue his quest for the driver’s championship in Russia this weekend and he has emotionally spoken about Bianchi’s horror incident
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Watch our super left-wing have some fun! Only a few hours after arriving in Sochi, it was time for Marcus to play some footie for charity! He joined fellow F1 drivers Kevin Magnussen, Daniil Kvyat and Checo Perez.
Fernando Alonso’s foray into cycling will not take place in 2015, but the UCI will welcome further discussions over a team backed by the former Formula One world champion.
Formula One has to consider bringing in enclosed cockpits to improve driver safety following the serious accident involving Jules Bianchi.
Get all the facts and figures from the Russian Grand Prix as the hosts prepare to host their first ever world championship race.
Get all the facts and figures from the Russian Grand Prix as the hosts prepare to host their first ever world championship race.
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“It’s not easy…” were the words with which a visibly moved Luca di Montezemolo began his farewell address to the employees of Ferrari’s GT Division last afternoon. He was, unsurprisingly, interrupted several times with long applause from the assembled audience. In recent days, in fact, the women and men of Ferrari had asked on several occasions for a farewell meeting and embrace with Mr Montezemolo before he leaves Maranello after 23 years.
Britain’s Jolyon Palmer could be crowned GP2 Champion this weekend when the Series visits Russia for the first time.
Oliver Brown: The battle to reduce F1′s inherent risks and safeguard the drivers is at odds with efforts to preserve the essence of the sport
The Frenchman is in a critical but stable state after his horror smash at the Japanese Grand Prix – here’s all you need to know about his condition
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In the next episode of his 2014 Grand Prix preview series, Nico Rosberg shares his thoughts ahead of a new challenge at the inaugural Russian Grand Prix in Sochi… —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos! +MercedesAMGF1
McLaren have quickly put the boot in a report that Lewis Hamilton has signed a contract to return next season…
Junior team pull out of GP3 race in Russia but team stress decision is not connected to Jules Bianchi’s accident