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Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg says he would be “silly” not to keep abreast of the driver market for 2016 amid renewed speculation that he could he approached by one of the grid’s top teams.
Jenson Button and Kimi Raikkonen have ruled out driving in Formula E series, explaining that the nascent series lacks sufficient excitement.
Sergio Perez believes Force India can realistically chase down former world champions Red Bull if the heavily-revised car they are debuting at Silverstone delivers what they expect.
With the team scoring points in just a single race so far, Sky F1′s Ted Kravitz and David Croft debate whether McLaren-Honda should be doing better.
Heading to Silverstone this week for the British GP? Best pack plenty of sun cream – but keep a rain jacket handy for Sunday just in case.
F1 fans want to see the return of a tyre war and a more competitive World Championship, according to a global fan survey conducted by the Grand Prix Drivers’ Association.
Lewis Hamilton has urged F1 to improve the look of its trophies after labelling the current designs “terrible”.
F1’s teams should still have a say in the sport’s rule-making process, according to McLaren’s Jonathan Neale.
F1’s teams should still have a say in the sport’s rule-making process, according to McLaren’s Jonathan Neale.
Got a question you want to ask Felipe Massa? If so, then email us and we’ll pass on a selection to him at the British GP.
Sauber announced on Wednesday that Mark Smith is joining them as technical director.
Sauber announced on Wednesday that Mark Smith is joining them as technical director.
Honda have confirmed to Sky Sports that Fernando Alonso will require an engine change ahead of the British GP.
Honda have warned that both Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso could suffer new grid drops for this weekend’s British GP.
Christian Horner has warned the F1 Strategy Group will lose credibility if they cannot make progress when discussing the future of the sport on Wednesday.
Christian Horner has warned the F1 Strategy Group will lose credibility if they cannot make progress when discussing the future of the sport on Wednesday.
Daniel Ricciardo has written off 2015 and called on Red Bull and Renault to focus their attention on producing a front-running car next year instead.
Sky Sports News HQ will be warming up in style for this weekend’s British GP on Wednesday with live interviews with all seven British-based teams.
Can Silverstone give F1 a silver lining? Is time running out for Raikkonen?
Enough of the doom and gloom! Ahead of this weekend’s British GP, here are a few reminders why F1 is, despite what you may have heard elsewhere, still in pole position…
F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton has revealed he was given a rebuke by The Queen over his table manners.
Kimi Raikkonen says he’s still in love with F1 and wants to stay on at Ferrari – assuming, that is, the Scuderia want to keep him.
Pirelli may request additional testing ahead of 2016 if teams want next season’s tyres to be more aggressive, its motorsport boss Paul Hembery has said.
Sky Sports F1’s Natalie Pinkham was on hand to help a stunt driver set a new world record for driving on two wheels at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Christian Horner has revealed to Sky Sports he has signed a contract extension at Red Bull, committing his long-term future to the team and rubbishing reports he was set to be axed.
Formula One great Sir Stirling Moss has praised Bernie Ecclestone for his contribution to the sport and says it is vital that he continues to play a part in its future.
Ted Kravitz rounds-up all the news from the final second and final in-season test of the year at the Red Bull Ring in Austria.
BRDC president Derek Warwick says it is “bizarre” that Lewis Hamilton asked to be excused from testing in Austria.
What shall I wear? Where shall I watch?
F1 returns this weekend to where it all began in 1950 – an old World War II aerobase in Northamptonshire, more commonly known as Silverstone.
Jean Todt has challenged leading teams who say the FIA and F1’s commercial rights holder should dictate the sport’s future to back their words with actions.
Jean Todt has challenged leading teams who say the FIA and F1’s commercial rights holder should dictate the sport’s future to back their words with actions.
Felipe Massa doesn’t believe that simply making cars faster from 2017 will prove F1′s silver bullet with the Williams driver calling for “intelligent” change to the regulations.
Felipe Nasr insists he isn’t a ‘pay driver’ and thinks more racers should follow his model of having long-term support from a business in their home country.
Fernando Alonso believes McLaren enjoyed a “positive” two days of testing with their troubled Honda-powered car in Austria after the team racked up nearly 200 laps.
If it didn’t really seem as though it was on before, then the 2015 title race was firmly ignited at the Austrian GP as Nico Rosberg claimed one of the best victories of his career to trim Lewis Hamilton’s championship lead to just 10 points.
Austrian GP winner Nico Rosberg was fastest as F1’s second and final in-season test came to a close at the Red Bull Ring on Wednesday.
Former head of Cosworth F1 Mark Gallagher says the sport “got it wrong” in forecasting how reliable its hybrid engines would actually be and has called for Renault and Honda to be given the chance to catch up with Mercedes.
F1 could be sold to a group featuring the owner of NFL team Miami Dolphins and investors from Qatar, according to a report in the Financial Times.
The opening day of the post-Austrian GP test developed into something akin to an F1 marathon after a lengthy morning rain delay pushed the conclusion of the session all the way back to mid-evening at the Red Bull Ring.
Pastor Maldonado’s late-race chase of Max Verstappen’s seventh place was a highlight of the Austrian Grand Prix, one which culminated in one of the greatest pieces of raw, reactive car control ever seen.
McLaren protégé Stoffel Vandoorne is dominating the 2015 GP2 Series, leading the drivers’ championship by 76 points having amassed almost double the number of points of his nearest challenger.
Christian Horner has insisted he is staying on at Red Bull after a rival team boss rang him on the morning of the Austrian GP claiming he was going to lose his job.
Bernie Ecclestone says that while Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateschitz has become “frustrated” with F1 he doesn’t think the Austrian billionaire will ultimately quit the sport.