Have a read of Daniel Johnson’s predictions for the weekend and tell us who you think will make podium
The Brazilian says he’s always thinking of the seven-time world champion, nearly three months after a skiing accident in Switzerland
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has repeated his call for F1 to turn up the volume – but admitted that the sound of the V6 engines is not as quiet as he first feared.
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has repeated his call for F1 to turn up the volume – but admitted that the sound of the V6 engines is not as quiet as he first feared.
Despite still having a “lot of problems” that need solving, Sebastian Vettel was encouraged by Red Bull’s improved pace in Malaysia…
Nico Rosberg has revealed Mercedes suffered with higher than expected tyre degradation in Friday’s practices at the Sepang circuit….
Mercedes’ apparent speed advantage over the chasing – but closing – pack may be stymied by fears over tyre degradation on the W05 after a longstanding weakness in the Silver Arrows package returned with a vengeance in Friday practice at Sepang.
Mercedes impress again with Lewis Hamilton fastest in first session before Nico Rosberg betters his team-mate on second run in humid Sepang
Nico Rosberg took over for Mercedes at the head of the timesheet in Practice Two in Malaysia – but the early-season pacesetters’ headline speed was all-but matched by both Ferrari and Red Bull.
Nico Rosberg took over for Mercedes at the head of the timesheet in Practice Two in Malaysia – but the early-season pacesetters’ headline speed was all-but matched by both Ferrari and Red Bull.
Nico Rosberg set the pace in Friday’s practice at the Sepang circuit, edging ahead of Kimi Raikkonen and Sebastian Vettel…
During the first free practice session of the Malaysian Grand Prix, Mercedes once again showed its good form as Lewis Hamilton clocked the fastest lap time. The Mercedes duo was split by Kimi Raikkonen in his Ferrari.
The 28-year-old, who cruised home 26 seconds clear of the field, added: “Let’s not get ahead of ourselves that’s why its better to remain cautious.”
After the almost hysterical anticipation of FP1 in Melbourne and the first race of the season, it’s fair to say that today’s first 90 minutes of practice for Sunday’s Malaysian Grand Prix was very much a case of business as usual.Read Article
Fernando Alonso is unwilling to weigh in on F1′s engine noise debate as whatever he says will be held against him…
Maryam al-Khawaja wants grand prix removed from calendar It is claimed race is held under ‘martial law’ conditionsA leading Bahraini dissident, whose father was imprisoned for life for …
The world champion branded the sport’s new nearly soundless cars as “s**t” – which prompted the McLaren driver to wade into the debate
Briton believes Mercedes have produced a car that can help him add to sole F1 world championship win this season
Formula One supremo ordered to pay half his £8m costs despite winning his legal battle with Constantin Medien
The second round of the Formula One Championship is scheduled for this weekend at Malaysia and poses a first real challenge for the 1.6l V6 engines thanks to the double straight.
Judge rules Formula One boss gave “untruthful” evidence High Court case was dismissed in FebruaryFormula One boss Bernie Ecclestone must pay lawyers’ bills of about £4m despite …
World champion says sound part of spectacle for fans but Jenson Button tells drivers to “race something else if you are not happy”
World champion says V6 engines sound ‘shit’ ‘Formula One has to be spectacular,’ says VettelRed Bull’s confrontation with Formula One’s governing body deepened significantly …
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Jev is quite optimistic for the Malaysian GP. Our Frenchman had a good training period, after Melbourne, and now looks forward to hit the track at Sepang, where he scored his first F1 points…Read Article
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Another first time for Daniil Kvyat: FIA called him to be on the panel of today’s official press conference at the Sepang Circuit in Malaysia…Read Article
Kevin Magnussen admits he didn’t expect to finish his first F1 race on the podium but having equalled Lewis Hamilton’s 2007 feat in Australia, the Dane is now keen to draw a line under the comparisons inevitably drawn between the two McLaren protégés.
World champion says new engines sound ‘shit’ ‘Formula One has to be spectacular’Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel has slated the sport’s new quieter sound. Vettel …
Fernando Alonso still has faith that Ferrari can deliver a car capable of winning the title despite once again finding himself on the back foot at the start of a season.
What should we be looking forward to at the Malaysian Grand Priz? From ‘Fuelgate: Part II’, to more rumblings about the engine note, Daniel Johnson has five suggestions
The Mercedes technical director ruled out a re-design to bring back the roaring era of the V10 or V8 that fans are calling for
The thought of playing catch-up at the Malaysia GP clearly holds no fears for Lewis Hamilton, who said on Thursday that he is relishing “the chase” in pursuit of Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
In the changing landscape of F1 in 2014, what is the role of data in providing cutting-edge insights into the car’s performance? Data experts SAP introduce the next chapter of The Perfect Lap, featuring exclusive on-board footage from Jenson Button’s MP4-29 as he describes the impact of the new 2014 F1 regulations on performance. Watch the video below and share using #2014F1inFocus.
Jenson Button believes the gap to Mercedes will be easier to close in 2014 than in previous seasons thanks to the new Technical Regulations.
Jenson Button believes the gap to Mercedes will be easier to close in 2014 than in previous seasons thanks to the new Technical Regulations and McLaren can catch the new F1 frontrunners – but perhaps not this weekend in Malaysia.
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In the changing landscape of F1 in 2014, what is the role of data in providing cutting-edge insights into the car’s performance? Data experts SAP introduce the next chapter of The Perfect Lap, featuring exclusive on-board footage from Jenson Button’s MP4-29 as he describes the impact of the new 2014 F1 regulations on performance.
Sebastian Vettel has slated the new quieter Formula One, saying it is a “shame” that fans are losing out…
Sebastian Vettel has waded into the ironically-loud row about the new sound of F1 by describing the howl of the V6 engines as “s***”.
World champion hits out at noise of new engines but Jenson Button says drivers who are unhappy should ‘go and race something else’
Daniel Ricciardo says he still feels he finished second in the Australian GP despite his controversial post-race disqualification.
Nico Rosberg admits Mercedes currently have the quickest car in Formula 1, but he has warned his team not to get complacent.
Grand prix circuit is virtually under the flight path MH370 would have taken on its way from Kuala Lumpur before journey was diverted
Kimi Raikkonen has denied that issues with his F14T’s brake-by-wire system were behind his difficult start in Australia…
Kimi Raikkonen has denied that his problems with the Ferrari F14 T stem from his reputed struggle to master the car’s brake-by-wire system.
Romain Grosjean is hoping for a “step forward” from struggling Lotus at this weekend’s Malaysia GP, although he acknowledges that it couldn’t have been much worse for them in Melbourne two weeks ago.
Pastor Maldonado says Lotus’ target at the Malaysian Grand Prix is to simply get both cars to the finish after pre-season testing and the opening race in Australia were dogged by unreliability problems.
Pastor Maldonado admits it has been a “very tough” start to life at Lotus following his winter switch from Williams.
Although by no means taking anything away from Lewis Hamilton’s debut podium, Eric Boullier says Kevin Magnussen’s was more impressive…