Details of the auction of the Marussia F1 team’s assets have been posted online by the company behind it, CA Global Partners. The relatively short lead time to the December 16-17th event, which is by order of the administrators, effectively … Continue reading →
Toto Wolff has responded to Christian Horner’s quit threat, adamant Renault won’t walk away from F1 if the sport sticks with the 1.6-litre V6 engines…
Scuderia Toro Rosso has announced that Carlos Sainz will join the team with immediate effect. It means that our driver line-up for the 2015 season is now established as Max Verstappen and Carlo Sainz.
British world champion says the end of the Formula One title race has defused the tension between Mercedes teammates
Daniel Ricciardo admits winning three races was beyond his expectations after Red Bull’s pre-season testing woes.
Sebastian Vettel is testing with Ferrari for the first time since signing with the Formula One team. The German driver signed a three-year deal with Ferrari after leaving Red Bull.
Sebastian Vettel got his first taste of life as a Ferrari driver on Saturday as he drove the F2012 at the team’s Fiorano test track.
Sebastian Vettel has completed his first laps as a Ferrari driver behind the wheel of a F2012 at the Fiorano circuit…
Sebastian Vettel has made his first appearance as a Ferrari driver since signing with the Formula One team.
The young Spaniard won this year’s Formula 3.5 World Series and has been rewarded with a promotion to motor racing’s premium competition
As he prepares for life as a Ferrari driver, Sebastian Vettel is under no illusion about the size of the task that is ahead of him…
Lewis Hamilton has welcomed talk of a London GP, saying it would be “even better” than Formula 1′s other street races…
It means Toro Rosso will have one of the youngest driver pairings in Formula One history as 20-year-old Sainz will be joined by 17-year-old Max Verstappen.
Force India ran the LED display system on top of one of their cars on the second day of the final two-day test of the season at the Yas Marina circuit.
Toro Rosso have confirmed that Carlos Sainz will partner Max Verstappen in 2015.
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WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING drivers Felipe Massa, Valtteri Bottas, Felipe Nasr and Susie Wolff compare cars from three eras of Formula 1. The FW08C, Keke Rosberg’s car from 1983, the FW18, Damon Hill’s 1996 championship-winning car, and the current FW36 are sampled by our roster of drivers. Williams Martini Racing
Christian Horner fears Formula 1 could be in for more of the same next season as the sport gears up for another season of Mercedes domination…
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The final race of the 2014 season in Abu Dhabi was symptomatical for the team’s entire season. Zero points in 19 races is a huge disappointment, indeed. Brad not only looks back at the race and the test at Yas Marina Circuit, he also acknowledges Esteban and Adrian, welcomes Marcus Ericsson to the team and scrutinises some of the latest ideas that were discussed in Formula One
Some media have recently picked up on obvious spying from Ferrari towards other teams, seemingly surprised that this happens in the sport. In reality however, it's “normal”.
Doing the media rounds in the wake of his Championship success, Lewis Hamilton has revealed he had sweaty palms the morning of the final…
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David Coulthard and BBC F1 joined us on track at Silverstone to experience the Williams FW08, FW16 and this year’s FW36. Viewers in the UK can watch the full BBC feature here: Williams Martini Racing
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David Coulthard and BBC F1 joined us on track at Silverstone to experience the Williams FW08, FW16 and this year’s FW36. Viewers in the UK can watch the full BBC feature here: Williams Martini Racing
Williams named Susie Wolff as their Official Test Driver for the 2015 season on Friday, with the Scot taking part in two more practice sessions for the team.
Williams F1 have signed a new multi-year partnership agreement with the global consumer goods company Unilever, beginning in 2015. Unilever previously had a sponsorship agreement with Lotus.
Toto Wolff believes it could get “tense” at Mercedes next season as Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg again battle for the title…
Mark Webber reckons Mercedes handled the fight between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg for the World title “impeccably”…
A trio of young British hopefuls – Jolyon Palmer, Alex Lynn and Will Stevens – have their sights set on being involved in Formula One in some capacity next season.
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Relive with our guests their discovery of their 2015 Pirelli Calendar experience.
A selection of our favourite fan pictures from the 2014 F1 season.  Thanks for all your continuing support, you guys are great.
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David Coulthard, WILLIAMS MARTINI RACING, Silverstone, the FW08, 18 and 36… Watch the BBC’s feature to find out what happened:
Mark Webber has praised Mercedes for their handling of the Lewis Hamilton-Nico Rosberg battle for this year’s Formula One world title.
MARTIN SAMUEL: It was all about Lewis Hamilton in Abu Dhabi last weekend – I wrote a preview, report and follow-up as he won the world championship. You also had your say. So, enjoy THE DEBATE.
Any brand that has existed for more than half a century will have undergone many changes of identity. Not least McLaren, whose current corporate identity bears little resemblance to its first.
Key Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko told Germany’s Auto Bild: “Legally, it’s not ok – but I couldn’t care less.”
MARTIN SAMUEL: It was all about Lewis Hamilton in Abu Dhabi last weekend – I wrote a preview, report and follow-up as he won the world championship. You also had your say. So, enjoy THE DEBATE.
JONATHAN MCEVOY: Formula One teams have bowed to public pressure, and sporting fairness, by agreeing to abandon double points for next year’s final race.
Formula 1 has agreed to scrap its controversial double-points season finale while plans for standing Safety Car re-starts have also been abandoned.
McLaren-Honda should prioritise points over potential and retain Jenson Button ahead of Kevin Magnussen, this week’s guests on the Midweek Report have concluded.
Nico Rosberg insists he’s “not angry” with Mercedes for coming second to team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the Drivers’ Championship…
Raffaele Marciello says it was “impossible” not to think about Jules Bianchi as he took to the test arena for Ferrari on Wednesday…
Eric Boullier has stated that Stoffel Vandoorne’s Abu Dhabi test is not a sign that the Belgian will be promoted to race driver next season…
McLaren endured a very difficult test at Abu Dhabi, one that was set to see the glorious public debut of the first Honda powered Formula One car in nearly ten years.
At the final in-season test of the year, held straight after the season-closing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Pirelli’s 2015 tyres were seen for the first time – although there were no dedicated Pirelli test days, with each team concentrating on its own independent programme.
Formula One’s new champion is always quick to pick up the Union flag – even though he chooses to live in Monaco, writes Oliver Brown
Mercedes test driver Pascal Wehrlein ended the 2014 running by putting Mercedes on top of the timesheets, as has so often been the case this year. The day effectively concludes 2014, with the next track action only foreseen at the Jerez winter test in 2 months time.
Jean-Eric Vergne has announced he will not be driving for Toro Rosso next season, ending months of speculation over his future in Formula One.
McLaren-Honda’s testing woes continued on Wednesday and the team admitted the latest problem is “completely unknown”…
Jean-Eric Vergne has confirmed he is leaving Toro Rosso.
McLaren’s problematic start to their new Honda era continued on the second and final day of the Abu Dhabi test as their interim car completed just two laps.