Lewis Hamilton planning to discuss future with Mercedes amid rumours that Fernando Alonso is plotting to take his seat
Japanese Grand Prix was ‘worst race of my life’, reveals Felipe Massa after Jules Bianchi’s horror crash
Sergio Perez calls Jules Bianchi’s crash ‘totally unacceptable’ as Nico Rosberg and Fernando Alonso pay tribute to F1 star
Jules Bianchi’s crash was ‘totally unacceptable’ and F1 drivers need answers, says Force India’s Sergio Perez
Jules Bianchi crash: FIA decision pending on use of a DOZEN recovery vehicles in Sochi after accident
Jules Bianchi crash: F1 driver’s parents visit him in hospital as messages of support continue to flood in
Russian GP 2014: Will country embrace F1, a marshal’s view on Jules Bianchi crash plus three other talking points
Jules Bianchi injury Q&A – what is a Diffuse Axomal Injury and what are the chances of Marussia driver recovering?
Jules Bianchi injury Q&A – what is a Diffuse Axonal Injury and what are the chances of Marussia driver recovering?
Marussia face agonising decision over whether to allow Alexander Rossi to replace Jules Bianchi at Russian Grand Prix
Jules Bianchi crash: Lewis Hamilton admits Suzuka win ‘didn’t seem relevant’ after Frenchman’s accident
F1 Russian Grand Prix: The lowdown on the Sochi circuit as hosts prepare for their first ever world championship race
“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.
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
Marussia’s junior team pull out of Russian GP3 race but team stress decision not because of Jules Bianchi crash