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 admits it has been a “very tough” start to life at Lotus following his winter switch from Williams.
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.
Although by no means taking anything away from Lewis Hamilton’s debut podium, Eric Boullier says Kevin Magnussen’s was more impressive…
Christian Horner fears teams could be penalised by the FIA’s fuel flow sensors, which would ultimately decide the outcome of grands prix…
Jenson Button says the double podium in Australia has motivated McLaren ahead of the Malaysian GP while Kevin Magnussen is expecting a tougher test…
Lewis Hamilton is eager to get his name on the board this season while Nico Rosberg is chasing win number two…
Following his record-breaking 2013 campaign, Sebastian Vettel added another trophy to his collection, the Laureus World Sportsman of the Year…
The German romped to victory in Australian opener and his team are targeting a 1-2 in Malaysia as the champions struggle with new rules
Ferrari aims to build on the reliability of the F14 T shown at Melbourne, with the team's Chief Designer claiming that the larger scope for development is encouraging for the season.
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Sebastian Vettel’s record-breaking 2013 season has been recognised on an international scale after the Red Bull driver was crowned World Sportsman of the Year at the annual Laureus awards.
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Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel and swimmer Missy Franklin have been crowned 2013 Laureus Sportsman and Sportswoman of the year respectively.
Formula One star wins Laureus award, while Missy Franklin is Sportswoman of the Year and Bayern Munich win Team of the Year
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Fort du succès des P Zero™ Experience depuis 2010, Pirelli renouvelle les P Zero Experience. Le manufacturier italien propose en 2014 trois événements communautaires sur circuit pour les passionnés d’automobiles propriétaires de GT.
Lewis Hamilton says he has no qualms with the way the FIA are policing the sport in the wake of the Red Bull fuel flow controversy and believes teams will continue to go through a “learning process” with mastering the new-for-2014 regulations.
Team still reeling from Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion at Australian GP arrive in subdued Malaysia
The British world champion remembers competing with two of Formula One’s most compelling characters in riskier daysDeep shadows stretch across Formula One as a new season is marked by …
Australian driver exceeded maximum allowed fuel flow Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg finishes first in MelbourneAustralia’s Daniel Ricciardo delighted a 100,000 crowd at Albert Park when he finished second in the Australian …
Fuel-flow rule moves Australian from second to last Nico Rosberg wins the season opener in Albert ParkRed Bull and the FIA, the governing body of Formula One, …
John Surtees and Sir Stirling Moss have joined the clamour over turbo turn-offs but grand prix engines cannot simply be turned up"These go to 11," explains Spinal …
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Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg warmed up for the 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix weekend with a variety of events hosted by both Mercedes-Benz and PETRONAS in capital city Kuala Lumpur. Staged at various locations in the vicinity of the PETRONAS Twin Towers, Lewis and Nico were on hand to meet VIPs, employees, artists, competition winners and fans, speak at conferences and Q&A sessions, launch the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class and of course, the customary doughnuts on the streets of KL in the MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One car —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos! +MercedesAMGF1
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Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg warmed up for the 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix weekend with a variety of events hosted by both Mercedes-Benz and PETRONAS in capital city Kuala Lumpur. Staged at various locations in the vicinity of the PETRONAS Twin Towers, Lewis and Nico were on hand to meet VIPs, employees, artists, competition winners and fans, speak at conferences and Q&A sessions, launch the new Mercedes-Benz S-Class and of course, the customary doughnuts on the streets of KL in the MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One car —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos! +MercedesAMGF1
Mercedes’ advantage over the other teams will be less apparent in Malaysia, according to McLaren Group CEO Ron Dennis…
Mercedes’ advantage over the other teams will be less apparent in Malaysia, according to McLaren Group CEO Ron Dennis…
The loss of flight MH370 has seen celebrations for the season’s second grand prix scaled down in Kuala LumpurThe Formula One circus arrived in Kuala Lumpur …
Australian Grand Prix winner Nico Rosberg believes the new style of racing that is required to be successful in Formula One is good for the sport…
Eric Boullier wants McLaren to ‘consolidate’ their lead at the top of the Constructors’ Championship standings in Malaysia this week…
Red Bull are “extremely confident” of winning their appeal against the FIA’s decision to disqualify Daniel Ricciardo from the Australian Grand Prix…
Gary Hartstein, the sport’s chief medic between 2005 and 2012, cited “usually impeccable sources” in making the controversial claim
Woking team have significant improvements coming – but their Brit driver thinks Hamilton and Rosberg will still be way out in front this weekend
Promoters and fans have complained over new quieter cars, but simply turning the engines up again is not the solution”These go to 11,” explains Spinal Tap’s guitarist Nigel Tufnel …
John Surtees and Sir Stirling Moss have joined the clamour over turbo turn-offs but grand prix engines cannot simply be turned up”These go to 11,” explains Spinal Tap’s …
Formula One needs radical change, though thoughts that a fans’ revolt will sway sport’s ringmaster are laughable, says Daniel Johnson
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From monsoon to fan moments, Sahara Force India drivers Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg share their thoughts ahead of this weekend’s Malaysian Grand prix in the latest TW Steel #BIGTIME GP Preview.
Christian Horner has revealed the reasons why Red Bull “are extremely confident” that Daniel Ricciardo’s car did not break the rules governing fuel flow at the Australian Grand Prix.
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The prophets of doom were proved wrong in Melbourne, where we witnessed a reasonably interesting motor race with more finishers than predicted. Now, it’s time for a very different scenario as Formula 1 heads for the heat, humidity and fast straights and corners of Sepang. In short, while Scuderia Ferrari, like the other ten teams, will have moved forward on the development front since Round 1, the Malaysian Grand Prix will up the ante in terms of the degree of difficulty everyone must face
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I profeti di sventura sono stati smentiti a Melbourne, dove si è assistito ad una gara abbastanza interessante con più vetture al traguardo rispetto al previsto. Ora però lo scenario cambia, con la Formula 1 che fa rotta verso il caldo, l’umidità, i veloci rettilinei e le curve di Sepang.