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Ride along with Kamui Kobayashi in the Caterham 620R for some quick laps at Silverstone. Caterham F1 Team
The Brit has hailed the 21-year-old Dane, but says the sport is welcoming a “new wave” of young drivers, rather than a new era in F1
Despite Red Bull’s complaints about the fuel sensors, which ultimately resulted in Dan Ricciardo’s DSQ in Australia, the FIA won’t change supplier…
Ferrari Technical Director James Allison has conceded the Scuderia have their “work cut out” to catch Mercedes and identified the F14 T’s straight-line speed and braking stability as areas for immediate improvement.
The first Grand Prix run to the new 1.6 litre hybrid turbo formula featured some fascinating strategy details, some inspired decision-making and plenty for the drivers and strategy engineers to work with. This season with the UBS Race Strategy Report we will continue our groundbreaking analysis of the key moments of the race, but with enhanced co-operation from teams, to bring an even more in-depth review of the key decisions, to help bring fans closer to the race action. Aborted start The original start had to be aborted, as the Marussia of Jules Bianchi failed to get off the grid
Fancy seeing some cars from F1′s original turbo era in action?
Daniel Ricciardo is keeping his chin up despite his exclusion from the Australian Grand Prix results…
View the Australian Grand Prix photo gallery by multi award winning photographer Darren Heath on the Official McLaren Mercedes website.
Employing a unique mix of homespun philosophy and the fabled language of Ronspeak, McLaren chief Ron Dennis has urged the precociously-talented Kevin Magnussen to keep his feet on the ground following the young Dane’s stunning drive to second place in the season-opening Australian GP.
Race Director Charlie Whiting has revealed that Red Bull were warned after just five laps of Sunday’s Australian GP that their fuel flow system was in breach of the regulations as the ‘fuelgate’ furore continues to rumble on.
Bernie Ecclestone says he was “horrified” by the lack of sound from the 2014 F1 cars at Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix and has vowed to find a way of “making them sound like racing cars”.
Ron Dennis, a man who knows a thing or two about nurturing F1 talent, has urged Kevin Magnussen to stay level-headed after his impressive debut…
Red Bull rivals Ferrari and Mercedes have warned that it’s important to support the FIA over the new fuel-flow technology…
McLaren CEO Ron Dennis tells Kevin Magnussen to keep his feet in the ground after the Dane’s second-place finish in his F1 debut in Australia
Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo was stripped of second place in the season opener in Melbourne after allegedly breaching new fuel consumption rules
Australian promoter could sue over new, quieter V6 engines which he claims are a ‘breach of contract’ by Formula One. Tom Cary reports
• Red Bull press ahead with appeal over Daniel Ricciardo• ‘FIA will do their job,’ says Mercedes’ chief Toto WolffAs Red Bull prepare to …
• ‘It will be an issue for promoters all around the world’• Ferrari president inundated with complaintsA commotion about Formula One’s new quieter cars could …
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Brad is an "ordinary fan", just like you. This video is Brad’s review of the 2014 Australian Grand Prix. What do YOU think
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Brad is an "ordinary fan", just like you. This video is Brad’s review of the 2014 Australian Grand Prix.
In 2014, Mobil 1 are celebrating their 20th year of partnership with McLaren and as such want to bring you more insights and closer to the McLaren Mercedes team than ever before. Through the eyes of the mysterious Mobil 1 Insider, you will get to see the inner workings of the team both at the track and back at base between races. The Mobil 1 Insider lives across not only @McLarenF1 but also @Grid1…
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Troy Bayliss, one of Australia’s top motorcyclists, shares some of his thoughts with us from the Pirelli Paddock at the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix.
With his trademark smile still in place, Daniel Ricciardo has sought to put a brave face on his disqualification from the Australian GP as the escalating controversy threatens to cast a lengthy shadow over the start of the 2014 season.
Jenson Button says McLaren will bring updates to the MP4-29 for the Malaysian Grand Prix after admitting that it is reliability rather than outright pace that sees them lead the Constructors’ Championship.
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Vom Blitzstart zum fliegenden Finish: Nico Rosberg begleitet uns noch einmal durch seine siegreiche Leistung in Melbourne! —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos! +MercedesAMGF1
Fleet Street fear that the late-night disqualification of Daniel Ricciardo from the Australian GP could set the tone for a season of post-race technical controversies playing out long after the chequered flag has fallen.
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"The first race of the championship has provided a clear picture of the hierarchy at the start of season. It’s also shown which teams appear to have done the best job of dealing with these new regulations.
Organisers of the Australian GP think the quieter noise produced by the new V6 engines could be in breach of their contract with FOM and have complained to Bernie Ecclestone.
Having been trounced by Mercedes in Australia, team boss Stefano Domenicali concedes there is still a lot of work for Ferrari to do…
The best shots from the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix on the Official McLaren Mercedes website.
Renault have launched an investigation into the engine issue that caused Sebastian Vettel to retire in Melbourne on Sunday…
Rules are rules and I’m a firm believer in that but sometimes the rules have it wrong; Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification being one of those…
Christian Horner is convinced Daniel Ricciardo’s runner-up result in the Australian GP will be reinstated as neither the driver nor Red Bull did anything wrong…
Stefano Domenicali admitted that Ferrari had a “very disappointing” Australian GP and has also acknowledged that they need to make improvements to their F14 T car across the board.
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Scuderia Ferrari leaves Melbourne with 14 points in the bag – Alonso fifth, Raikkonen eighth – but with a clear sign there is plenty of work to do in the ten days before the action starts again for Round 2 in Malaysia.
• Loss of power ends Mercedes driver’s race early• Team admits problem was spotted before the startLewis Hamilton’s Australian Grand Prix was over long before it had …
• 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 …
• 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 …
Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that he will sell his 5.3pc stake in Formula One when its controlling shareholder, the private equity firm CVC, exits the business
The McLaren star was not promoted to third by Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification until close to midnight, nearly six hours after the race had finished
The Milton Keynes operation defied the rule-makers instructions time and again to fix their fuel flow – and slammed the technology given to teams
Analysis of Ferrari's front wing as introduced during the second Bahrain winter test.
The Sauber F1 Team had to be satisfied with 12th for Adrian Sutil and 13th for Esteban Gutiérrez. The Team was able to gain a lot of experience during the race, required to work on improvements and to increase the performance up to the next Grand Prix.
Sahara Force India enjoyed a positive start to the 2014 season as Nico Hulkenberg scored six points with seventh place at Albert Park. Sergio Perez finished 11th but was awarded a single point due to the disqualification of second placed Ricciardo.
Williams' Valtteri Bottas finished in sixth place in today's Australian Grand Prix, with Felipe Massa retiring on the first lap after being hit from behind by the Caterham of Kobayashi.
Starting from fourth (Kevin) and 10th (Jenson), both drivers began the race on Pirelli’s Option tyre; Kevin stayed fourth in the opening laps despite a scary sideways moment as he powered off the startline, and Jenson ran in 11th place after steering clear of the first-corner chaos.
We apologise for the delay this evening, as the FIA Stewards took five hours to decide whether or not to exclude Daniel Ricciardo. The Australian Grand Prix was the start of a new era in Formula 1 history – and the race in Albert Park provided plenty of surprises, controversy and questions that will need […]