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Ferrari technical director James Allison says the Scuderia opted to stick with pull-rod suspension in 2015 as it didn’t warrant development in that area.
World champions Mercedes have revealed the first glimpses of their new W06 car during a shakedown at Silverstone.
Sauber have unveiled their new car, the C34,- with a radical new paint job – as they aim to rebound from the worst season in their two-decade history.
Sauber have unveiled their new C34 car – with a radical new paint job – as they aim to rebound from the worst season in their two-decade history.
Fernando Alonso has warned McLaren-Honda face “a learning year” following a circumspect launch of the MP4-30, the first McLaren car to be powered by Honda since 1992.
Two more teams reveal their 2015 cars as the Sauber C34 breaks cover, followed by the Ferrari the SF15T.
Daniel Ricciardo does not believe Sebastian Vettel ever seriously considered quitting F1 during his poor run of form in 2014.
Force India will now skip the first test of 2015 entirely after deciding not to run their old car at Jerez either.
Sebastian Vettel considered quitting Formula 1 last year during a period of “disillusionment” with the sport’s new regulations, his former team boss Christian Horner has revealed.
Reigning GP3 Champion Alex Lynn has joined Williams as the Grove team’s new development driver for 2015.
Daniil Kvyat is confident he can deliver for Red Bull immediately after his promotion to the senior team, despite just a solitary season at Toro Rosso.
Ferrari have unveiled their 2015 challenger, the SF15-T.
McLaren have launched the MP4-30, the team’s first car to be powered by Honda since 1992.
McLaren have launched the MP4-30, the team’s first car to be powered by Honda since 1992.
Christian Horner has revealed Red Bull are yet to complete their 2015 car, the RB11, and that “there is still plenty to do before Sunday” when the first pre-season test starts in Jerez.
Daniel Ricciardo is confident Red Bull will close the gap to Mercedes in the upcoming new F1 season and he’ll challenge for the world title in his new role as unofficial team leader.
Lotus have provided a first glimpse of their 2015 challenger, the E23 Hybrid, and predicted it will trigger a vast improvement in their on-track fortunes this year.
New Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has demanded F1 makes a noise “like that produced by a heavy metal band” and called for the sport to revolutionise its approach.
Nico Rosberg says it only took him “a few days” to get over the heartache of missing out on the world championship and that he is ready to fight again in 2015.
Max Chilton is targeting a 2016 IndyCar seat after joining Carlin to assist them with their Indy Lights debut this season.
Force India are confident they will derive greater benefit from keeping their new VJM08 in the wind tunnel for an extra fortnight rather than running the car on track at the Jerez test.
Sebastian Vettel will debut the 2015 Ferrari at Jerez this Sunday on what promises to be a fascinating start to the winter season.
Fernando Alonso will kick-start the new McLaren-Honda era with the Spaniard taking the wheel of the MP4-30 for its debut on February 1st.
Bernie Ecclestone fears it may be three more years before Mercedes’ current domination of F1 ends, with the sport’s chief describing an agreement on a change of engine format as his one wish for 2015.
Bernie Ecclestone fears it may be three more years before the chasing pack catches up with Mercedes, with the F1 chief describing an agreement on a change of engine format as his one wish for 2015.
Haas have denied they are the mysterious prospective buyers of the beleaguered Marussia team which is on the brink of being revived.
Bernie Ecclestone believes Marussia can still survive and met with a potential investor on Wednesday morning.
Bernie Ecclestone has cast fresh doubt over this year’s German GP by suggesting the race could not yet go ahead at either Hockenheim or the Nurburgring.
Force India have revealed their new-look livery for 2015 at a ceremony in Mexico City.
A relaxed Lewis Hamilton says he has full faith that he’ll reach an agreement with Mercedes about signing a new contract despite already entering the final year of his current three-year deal with the Silver Arrows.
Jolyon Palmer is targeting a 2016 race seat after being appointed Lotus test driver for the forthcoming season.
The first image of a 2015 Formula 1 car, the Williams FW37, has been revealed – including the first look at a new-style nose.
Lotus have unveiled Britain’s GP2 Series champion Jolyon Palmer as their third driver for the 2015 season.
Force India are to delay the debut of their 2015 car until the second winter test.
McLaren and Red Bull have warned they might struggle to beat Mercedes in 2015, despite Silver Arrows boss Toto Wolff predicting a competitive battle from the off.
McLaren and Red Bull have warned they might struggle to beat Mercedes in 2015 despite Silver Arrows boss Toto Wolff predicting a competitive battle from the off.
McLaren have signed a sponsorship deal with news network CNN International for the 2015 season and beyond.
The outlook for the Manor GP team, formally known as Marussia, has taken a positive turn this week with Sky sources understanding talks with an investment group are at an advanced stage.
The start times of five grands prix, including Australia, Malaysia and Japan, have been brought forward by one hour in the 2015 season.
Claire Williams admits it “would be amazing” to challenge for the title in 2015 after the Grove outfit were named as the team to watch by Mercedes boss Toto Wolff.
Honda say they “more or less” understand the FIA’s clarification on engine development after it was agreed that the Japanese firm could make changes to their new power unit during 2015.
Mercedes have confirmed they will launch their new the car, the W06, at Jerez on February 1 ahead of the first day of winter testing.
Hopes that Marussia could return to the F1 grid have been rekindled after the planned auction of the team’s remaining assets was cancelled.
Hopes that Marussia could return to the F1 grid have been rekindled after the planned auction of the team’s remaining assets was cancelled.
The auction of Marussia’s assets on Wednesday has been postponed until further notice.
Sky Sports Online joined Formula One drivers, team principals and its boss Bernie Ecclestone, along with their snapshots of 2014, in London for this year’s Zoom Charity Auction – raising upwards of £20,000 in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Any remaining hope that Marussia could return to the F1 grid this season will be extinguished if Wednesday’s auction of the team’s equipment goes ahead, former boss Graeme Lowdon has admitted.
McLaren are confident a ‘fair and equitable’ compromise will be agreed to solve F1’s latest engine squabble following a FIA directive allowing Honda to develop their engines during the course of the 2015 season.