Lewis Hamilton’s growing championship momentum showed no signs of abating on the opening morning of F1′s return to action as the Mercedes driver set the Practice One pace for the United States GP.
Daniel Ricciardo is ready for the role of team leader at Red Bull, after a superb season that has seen him outperform reigning World Champion Sebastian Vettel.
Sauber team boss Monisha Kaltenborn has hit out at the collective failure of Formula 1 to ensure the survival of all its teams and called for a more even distribution of prize money after Marussia and Caterham both fell into administration.
Marcus Ericsson has admitted that he was caught unawares when Caterham went into administration last week.
Lewis Hamilton broached the subject that may yet tarnish the crown of the 2014 world champion —the absurd double points to be awarded at the last race in Abu Dhabi.
The Spaniard is yet to reveal the next step in his career once he leaves Ferrari, but admits he may now be entering last chance saloon territory
Lewis Hamilton would support three-car teams especially if teams were obliged to give the extra car to a young driver…
Despite struggling for form this season, Kimi Raikkonen is adamant he made the right choice in moving to Ferrari…
I have had an amazingly happy time since the last race in Russia. It was there that Mercedes won the constructors’ championship for the first time – a historic moment for everyone concerned.
The FIA has decided not to penalise Caterham and Marussia for their absence from this weekend’s United States Grand Prix. Both teams were given dispensation after falling into administration.
FIA president Jean Todt is fuming that Caterham and Marussia have gone into administration after his proposal for a budget cap was rejected by the major marques earlier this year.
Following a hiatus of 3 weeks, the 2014 Formula One Championships continues for its final string of races, starting with this weekend's United States Grand Prix, held in Austin, Texas.
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Chroniques d’une saison de F1 avec #r8main : Pour un pilote, son casque est à la fois un outil essentiel pour la sécurité et un moyen d’expression. Dans ce douzième épisode de ThePretender, nous avons suivi Romain dans la préparation de l’édition spéciale de son casque pour le GP des USA. La saison dernière, Romain avait rendu hommage à Steve McQueen…
Lewis Hamilton believes there is room for Formula One to prosper in the USA, praising their sporting fans as some of the most passionate he has ever seen.
Mercedes duo have the green-light from boss Lauda to fight for the crown “and in the heat of the moment racing accidents are known”
The FIA have confirmed the revised qualifying format for this weekend’s U.S. GP amid the absences of Caterham and Marussia.
Lewis Hamilton finally voices opposition to double-points rule in final grand prix in Abu Dhabi which could spoil title tilt with Nico Rosberg
Jules Bianchi remains in a critical but critical condition, a statement released by the Marussia F1 Team on behalf of Jules' family confirmed on Thursday. The Frenchman stays at the Mia General Medical Center until further notice.
Fernando Alonso says he “more or less” knows where he will be next season but he still isn’t giving any clues…
An upbeat Jean-Eric Vergne says there is “good potential” for him to be on the 2015 F1 grid and that he could remain with Toro Rosso.
Fernando Alonso has dropped further tantalising hints over his future by revealing he has a “very ambitious plan” for 2015 and beyond.
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As the team prepared for the 2014 United States Grand Prix in Austin, we spent 24 hours behind the scenes, following Race Mechanic, Ole Schack and Race Team Co-ordinator Gerrard O’Reilly. We show you what their role involves in the 24 Hours before they leave for the race. With Formula One race cars to prepare and build and over 30,000 kilos to co-ordinate, pack and load – they’ve got a bit on…
Although Lewis Hamilton feels it would “suck” to lose the title because of the double points in Abu Dhabi, he concedes it’s one of the rules…
Lewis Hamilton believes three-car teams could be good for Formula 1 if the extra car is used to give young drivers a chance at the top level.
Lewis Hamilton believes three-car teams could be good for Formula 1 if the extra car is used to give young drivers their breakthrough opportunity at the top level.
Marussia driver Jules Bianchi remains ‘critical but stable’ in hospital following his horrific accident at the Japanese Grand Prix on October 5, his family said on Thursday.
The FIA, F1′s governing body, has admitted that the demise of Caterham and Marussia ‘acutely raise the question of the economic balance’ in F1.
Romain Grosjean has confirmed he can leave Lotus at the end of the season despite being under contract with the Enstone team
Don’t expect to see Sebastian Vettel in a Ferrari later this year as Red Bull won’t allow him to test for “any team” before his contract is over…
Sauber’s Adrian Sutil has expressed surprise that it took so long for financial problems to overwhelm F1’s most cash-strapped teams and reckons the plight of Marussia and Caterham will belatedly trigger action on the sport’s cost crisis.
Daniel Ricciardo says it is a “shame” that two of F1′s small teams are in financial trouble and could drop out of the sport…
Family of Marussia driver say he is ‘still fighting’ four weeks on from crash but there are no plans to move him on from Yokkaichi
Sebastian Vettel has indicated hopes of being released early from his Red Bull contract were blocked by the team. The four-time Formula One champion will link up with Ferrari next season.
Mercedes insist their “main priority” is to sign Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to long-term contracts…
The 25-year-old is still recovering in hospital in Japan following his horror smash into a crane at Suzuka nearly four weeks ago
An update issued by Jules Bianchi’s family says the driver remains in a “critical but stable” condition and that they have “no new information to give” following his accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Following on from his Lotus test, Esteban Ocon put in the laps in a Ferrari F10 as part of his prize for winning the European Formula 3 Championship…
Audi has confirmed the signing of Stefano Domenicali, the former team principal of Scuderia Ferrari. He will start working for the company on 1 November.
Daniel Johnson’s talking points: Those who say this is not an F1 crisis are kidding themselves, but at least Lewis Hamilton is doing his best to promote himself and the sport
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In a field already reduced to 18 cars, Sebastian Vettel has confirmed he is likely to “skip” qualifying for the United States GP…
The Brit goes into Sunday’s US Grand Prix with a comfortable cushion over his team-mate and rival and just 3 races to go but admits there are still nerves
World champion Sebastian Vettel has blamed new engine regulations for his likely decision to opt out of qualifying at the United States GP in Austin, TX
With Marussia and Caterham both set to miss the US Grand Prix, Fernandes has pointed the finger at the likes of Ferrari and Red Bull
Sebastian Vettel feels it will be ‘a shame’ if he is unable to run in qualifying ahead of Sunday’s United States Grand Prix but admits his hands are tied by the regulations.
Sebastian Vettel says Red Bull are yet to decide whether he will sit out qualifying at this weekend’s U.S. GP but admits the prospect of using a sixth engine of 2014 in Austin is “very likely”.
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Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez might disagree over the temptation to buy a cowboy hat but our drivers are both in agreement that Circuit of the Americas in Texas, home of the US Grand Prix, is one of the best tracks on the F1(™) schedule. In the latest instalment of TW Steel’s BIG TIME Grand Prix Previews, the boys share their enthusiasm of both the circuit and the fan-support as they head to the United States for this weekend’s race.
Title leader Lewis Hamilton headlines the FIA’s drivers’ press conference on Thursday, ahead of the United States Grand Prix.
There are just three races remaining in the Formula One season. Next up for the drivers is the US Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas in Texas. Here, Sportsmail gives you the lowdown on the track.