Renault have quashed any hope that Formula One could raise the noise level of the new engines as it would require a shift in the regulations…
Although Stefano Domenicali concedes Ferrari need to improve “everywhere”, he says it is a “bit extreme” to speak of needing a new car…
The teams did a significant amount of pre-season testing in Bahrain this year, which will give them a good baseline understanding of the best way to attack this Grand Prix, however this year the race is being held at 6pm local time as a night race for the first time and this will mean that the track conditions will be cooler than in previous races here and the temperatures will fall as the race goes on. Pirelli has brought the soft and medium tyres from its range; although last year the medium and hard were brought, the tyres this year ;More…
British driver pushes himself as hard as ever as he passes 250 Grand Prix landmark without fuss or fanfare
Motor racing circus is back in Gulf kingdom for 10th year, its presence a case of political expediency cutting a swathe through human rights
Lotus F1 Team has today announced the drivers of its Junior Team for 2014. Nine drivers from eight countries will compete in six different motorsport categories as part of the squad.
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The latest TW Steel #BigTime Grand Prix Preview sees our racers, Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez, talk sand and swimming pools in Bahrain! This year we have the first ever night-time Bahrain Grand Prix to add even more spice to this event!
Racing director Eric Boullier defends his young Danish driver Magnussen ‘made rookie mistake’ in Malaysian Grand PrixMcLaren’s racing director Eric Boullier has admitted to locking his rookie driver Kevin Magnussen …
Jon Lancaster, Conor Daly and Axcil Jefferies will complete the GP2 grid in Bahrain, filling the three vacancies that had remained just 48 hours before the first practice session.
Neil has been a McLaren fan since the late 70s when he was given a McLaren toy car that he could change the wheels on and his fascination has been with them ever since. He and his wife Claire, have been well and truly hooked on watching F1 races at the track since their first experience at Silverstone 2008, watching Lewis Hamilton winning a home race for McLaren.   “Having been to a few overseas r…
Jenson Button will take part in his 250th Grand Prix in Bahrain, but his rookie team-mate Kevin Magnussen is excited by racing on a track he has seen before…
Monisha Kaltenborn is “pretty confident” Sauber have identified what issues they are having with the C33 and what the need to improve to return to a competitive level.
Lewis Hamilton is confident of finally breaking his Bahrain duck, while Nico Rosberg admits that he really enjoys driving at Sakhir…
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In the third episode of his 2014 Grand Prix preview series, Nico Rosberg shares his thoughts on Bahrain, the International circuit and how this is the track he’s best prepared for… —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos! +MercedesAMGF1
After failing to finish in Australia, Lewis Hamilton believes his victory in Malaysia last week will ‘kick-start’ his season…
Kevin Magnussen is hopeful that the experience of testing in Bahrain will be of some help at this week’s Grand Prix at the same circuit…
Lotus technical director Nick Chester pinpoints the brake-by-wire system as the major culprit for performance but confirms the car's improved reliability now allows the team to start looking for speed improvements.
According to a report in Germany’s Bild newspaper, Red Bull¿s patience with engine supplier Renault is running out…
McLaren fears that last week’s disappointing race in Malaysia will be the first of many if they fail to improve the MP4-29 in the coming weeks…
Christian Horner says the FIA cannot claim that no problems with Formula One’s fuel sensors exist after Red Bull suffered another failure at the Malaysia Grand Prix last week…
Christian Horner says the FIA cannot claim there are no problems with the fuel sensors exist after Red Bull suffered another failure at Sepang…
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Lewis Hamilton guides us through a lap of the Bahrain International circuit – home to the 2014 Bahrain Grand Prix – in the Formula One simulator. The third episode of a brand new race preview series from PETRONAS MOTORSPORTS, watch out for more throughout the 2014 season!
Toto Wolff says it is inevitable that the relationship between his two contenders will sour at some point this season
Jenson Button is the most experienced driver on the 2014 grid and at this weekend’s Bahrain Grand Prix he celebrates his 250th race – 80 of which have been with McLaren-Mercedes. Here, talking exclusively to McLaren.com, Jenson reflects on 15 consecutive seasons at the top echelon. You’re only the fifth driver in history to reach this milestone.
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Over 20,000 racing fans lined the streets near the Kuwait Towers to watch Red Bull Junior Driver Carlos Sainz Jr. perform a repertoire of donuts, burnouts, and speed stretches. Fans experienced the thrill of the Infiniti Red Bull Racing Formula One car as they got close to the high-speed action!
The secret of Mercedes’ current domination of F1′s new turbo era has been made public after Sky Sports F1′s Mark Hughes revealed intricate details of how the Silver Arrows are packaging the hitherto-dominant W05.
Our drivers thoughts and some track info from our Chief Engineer, Phil Charles…Read Article
Mercedes have warned that, with their disastrous winter testing already rendered a distant memory, fast-improving Red Bull are still the team to beat in F1 despite their own victorious start to the new season.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier is hopeful Kevin Magnussen will grow quickly as a Formula One driver under his teaching after his mistake in the Malaysian Grand Prix.
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The Championship moves on immediately to Bahrain, scene of the majority of winter testing, for Round 3 at the Sakhir Circuit on Sunday. In Sepang, Fernando Alonso secured a valuable fourth place, while Kimi Raikkonen at least benefited from the experience of another race distance, although the first lap collision meant points were never on the cards. Before leaving Malaysia, both Scuderia Ferrari drivers gave us their thoughts on the challenges they will face this weekend
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El Campeonato cambia de escenario en cuestión de horas y se traslada hasta Baréin, sede de la mayor parte de los entrenamientos que se han llevado a cabo esta pretemporada, para disputar el próximo domingo sobre el Circuito de Sakhir la tercera carrera del año. Fernando Alonso consiguió una valiosa cuarta posición, mientras que Kimi Raikkonen al menos sacó provecho de la experiencia de haber completado otra distancia de carrera, puesto que el incidente de la primera vuelta le privó de haber sumado un buen puñado de puntos. Antes de dejar Malasia, los dos pilotos de la Scuderia nos explicaron los desafíos a los que se enfrentarán este fin de semana.
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Il campionato si sposta immediatamente in Bahrain, già teatro di due delle tre sessioni di test invernali, dove domenica a Sakhir si corre la terza gara della stagione. Fernando Alonso a Sepang ha conquistato un altro quarto posto utile per la classifica mentre Kimi Raikkonen dalla Malesia ha portato a casa solo i trecento chilometri percorsi con la F14 T dal momento che dopo l’incidente di inizio gara era chiaro che la zona punti era fuori discussione.
Racing director Eric Boullier defends his young Finnish driver Magnussen ‘made rookie mistake’ in Malaysian Grand PrixMcLaren’s racing director Eric Boullier has admitted to locking his rookie …
Racing director Eric Boullier takes rookie under his wing Magnussen ‘made rookie mistake’ in Malaysian Grand PrixMcLaren racing director Eric Boullier has admitted to locking rookie Kevin Magnussen in …
Fernando Alonso believes effective tyre management will be key to success in Bahrain while Kimi Raikkonen expects fuel saving to play a more important role than in the previous two races…
Only two races into the new hybrid turbo formula, the intense heat of Malaysia was always going to be a stiff challenge for the teams, but once again an impressive 15 cars from the 22 starters made it to the end. Pace was the ultimate decider of this race, with Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton simply too fast for the rest, leading home a Mercedes 1-2, but behind him there were some good battles in which strategy played a key part in the outcome. Alonso vs Hulkenberg: Different strategies at play Before the race one of the key decisions was whether to ;More…
View the Malaysian Grand Prix photo gallery by multi award winning photographer Darren Heath on the Official McLaren Mercedes website.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes it is only a matter of time before Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are engaged in a tough battle on the track…
Christian Horner is happy with the performances of Daniel Ricciardo, despite the Australian’s disappointing start to his career with Red Bull…
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3D animated video by Pirelli describing Sakhir Circuit – from a tyre point of view.
Fernando Alonso is pleased that he is beating Kimi Raikkonen so far this year, but both drivers know that the Ferrari is languishing behind the likes of Mercedes and Red Bull currently…
Williams Grand Prix Holdings has announced the sale of Williams Hybrid Power Limited from Williams' subsidiary, Williams Grand Prix Engineering Limited, to GKN Land Systems Limited in a multi-million pound transaction. This will see Williams Hybrid Power rebranded as GKN Hybrid Power.
Champion of 2008 moves to 23 with Malaysian Grand Prix win Jim Clark the next Briton in Mercedes driver’s sightsThe sensitive Lewis Hamilton is easily upset but he had good …
Damon Hill sees Lewis Hamilton overtake him in British F1 history then applauds driver’s ‘coming of age’
Sauber have become the first team to detail their plans for the first in-season test of 2014 in Bahrain next week, with the Swiss team to run test drivers Giedo van der Garde and Sergey Sirotkin.
Although Christian Horner believes Daniel Ricciardo’s 10-place grid penalty for Bahrain is “harsh”, he concedes that is the rule…
Sebastian Vettel finished a distant third in Malaysia ‘We can see we’ve got plenty to do to catch up with Mercedes’Red Bull fear their drivers …
Christian Horner has lauded the “enormously impressive” impact Daniel Ricciardo has made at Red Bull, despite the Australian yet to officially register his first point of 2014.
The Brit claimed a dominant victory in Malaysia, with team-mate Nico Rosberg finishing second but Hamilton believes Ferrari and Red Bull will come good
Fernando Alonso says Ferrari know what they need to improve for China and Spain, but has revealed the car will virtually be in the same spec as Australia for the Bahrain Grand Prix.