Planet F1

Daniel Ricciardo hadn’t been counting on having his second place in the Australian GP reinstated on appeal and insists he has “moved on”…
Lewis Hamilton reckons such was the success of the Bahrain Grand Prix that it has brought new fans to Formula 1…
Fernando Alonso has played it safe, refusing to pass judgement on Ferrari’s decision to sign a non-racing man as team boss…
Christian Horner is confident that with Adrian Newey’s experience behind their charge Red Bull will return to the front of the field…
Although Red Bull are “under a little bit of heat”, Mark Webber has backed his former team to bounce back…
Flavio Briatore says Ferrari were right to “shake things up” earlier this week by parting ways with Stefano Domenicali…
On the back of a week of upheaval at Ferrari, president Luca di Montezemolo has issued a rallying cry, saying the team will “win very soon”…
Christian Horner has defended the decision to scrap a proposed cost cap, saying it would “never” effectively cut costs…
Christian Horner has defended the decision to scrap a proposed cost cap, saying it would “never” effectively cut costs…
Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull can establish themselves as the leaders of the pack this season behind the dominant Mercedes pair…
Lewis Hamilton aims to win his third consecutive race in China while Nico Rosberg is happy to return to the circuit where he won his first Grand Prix…
Ferrari Engineering Director Pat Fry has admitted that the Maranello team’s target this season is to finish as the best of the rest behind Mercedes…
Jenson Button is confident that McLaren will get more “points on the board” at this week’s Chinese Grand Prix…
Mercedes Executive Director Paddy Lowe believes Lewis Hamilton is currently driving as well as he has at any other time during his Formula One career…
After a disappointing race in Bahrain, Jenson Button believes McLaren have a point to prove in China, while Kevin Magnussen looks to rediscover his comfort zone in Shanghai…
Fernando Alonso has revealed that his rivalry with Kimi Raikkonen has been blown out of proportion and that they have no problem working together…
Red Bull have issued a statement following the FIA¿s decision to uphold Daniel Ricciardo¿s disqualification from the season-open Grand Prix in Australia.
The FIA’s International Court of Appeal has dismissed Red Bull’s appeal of the decision to disqualify Daniel Ricciardo from the season-opening Australian Grand Prix over a breach of the fuel flow rate regulations…
Ferrari have confirmed that Marco Mattiacci will take over from Stefano Domenicali as the Formula One outfit’s Team Principal…
Red Bull have confirmed that Mercedes are the only team that is seeking additional sanction for the Milton Keynes outfit over their appeal of Daniel Ricciardo’s Australia Grand Prix disqualification.
Red Bull will have to wait until Tuesday to learn whether Daniel Ricciard’s 18 points from the Australian GP will be returned…
On a day of far-reaching consequences for several F1 teams, Mercedes have announced that Bob Bell is to leave his position as technical director…
Stefano Domenicali has reportedly resigned at Ferrari team boss with an official announcement coming late Monday…
Stefano Domenicali has paid the price for Ferrari’s poor form, saying he takes “responsibility – as I always have” and has therefore resigned…
Mercedes’ lawyers have labelled Red Bull’s actions in Australia as a “flagrant breach” of the rules during Monday’s hearing in Paris…
Mario Andretti says Mercedes are right to let their drivers race and that Ferrari risk losing Fernando Alonso unless they up the pace…
Michael Schumacher is “showing small signs of progress”, according to his manager Sabine Kehm…
Red Bull will appeal Daniel Ricciardo’s Australian disqualification in Paris on Monday, confident they have a “very strong case”…
Niki Lauda has yet again hit out at those criticising F1, saying it is a “stupid approach” given they are selling a product…
Ron Dennis is patting himself on the back for his decision to sign Kevin Magnussen, which has already yielded on podium finish…
A favourite amongst the Red Bull drivers, Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo head to Shanghai eager to make inroads on the leaders…
Eric Boullier believes that McLaren are capable of catching Mercedes this season, despite the Brackley team’s dominant form this year…
Toto Wolff maintains that Mercedes will continue to allow its drivers access to each other’s data, even though they are likely to fight for the title…
Force India’s Bob Fernley believes it would be a travesty if Red Bull successfully appeal Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix…
Mercedes executive director Paddy Lowe believes Formula One’s rule makers should enforce harsher penalties on teams that fail to comply with the new fuel regulations, rather than changing the rules to help them…
Lewis Hamilton admitted that he is looking forward to working on more improving his Mercedes ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix later this month…
Christian Horner believes Red Bull’s chance of winning the appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from the Australian GP has improved…
Kimi Raikkonen admitted that Ferrari are well aware that they need to close the gap to this season’s front-runners because they are “not stupid”…
Nico Rosberg has admitted that he is pleased to have played a role in silencing the critics of Formula One by producing an exciting Bahrain Grand Prix last week…
Fernando Alonso had his day cut short in Bahrain on Wednesday as the chassis he was running was found to be damaged…
This year’s pace-setters Mercedes considered walking away from F1 before the sport opted to swap to turbo hybrid engines…
Red Bull has appointed Dan Fallows as the new head of aerodynamics as Peter Prodromou prepares to head to McLaren…
Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed Mercedes are supporting plans to increase noise levels even though it could negate their advantage…
Fernando Alonso is adamant Ferrari are “united” after Luca di Montezemolo met with the Spaniard to speak about the team’s struggles…
After “a good few weeks on track”, Nico Rosberg has urged Mercedes to continue pushing as there is always more performance to gain…
Daniel Ricciardo is confident Red Bull are beginning to resolve their issues after 91 laps in Bahrain on Tuesday…
Fernando Alonso is refusing to write off Ferrari’s chances of winning this year’s titles despite being trounced by Mercedes…
As the battle between the Mercedes drivers heats up, Lewis Hamilton has vowed to study up on Nico Rosberg in order to stay ahead…
Luca di Montezemolo reportedly left the Bahrain circuit early on Sunday night after saying Ferrari’s performance was “very painful”…
Christian Horner says Red Bull and Renault need to begin making “inroads” into Mercedes’ lead when F1 heads to Europe next month…