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Jean-Eric Vergne has joined Ferrari as test driver with a focus on developing the car in the team’s simulator.
Bernie Ecclestone will continue as chief executive of the Formula 1 Group, the sport’s commercial rights holders CVC, have announced.
Red Bull’s Christian Horner says Adrian Newey will still attend some races in 2015 with the team boss keen to stress that the legendary designer is not completely stepping away from F1.
Red Bull’s Christian Horner says Adrian Newey will still attend some races in 2015 with the team boss keen to stress that the legendary designer is not completely stepping away from F1.
A mischievous Bernie Ecclestone has proved himself a card by sending out a Christmas message seemingly mocking both himself and his bribery trial in Germany earlier this year.
Jock Clear, is to leave Mercedes for Ferrari, according to reports in Germany.
Jock Clear is to replace the ousted Pat Fry as Ferrari’s head of engineering, the Italian team have confirmed.
Bernie Ecclestone will once again propose that F1 returns to normally aspirated engines at Thursday’s Strategy Group meeting.
McLaren are confident they understand the problems with their new Honda engine which bedevilled its first public outing after implementing an emergency “recovery plan”.
Pat Fry has been ousted as the head of engineering at Ferrari in a dramatic shake-up of the Scuderia’s management by new team boss Maurizio Arrivabene.
Pat Fry and Nikolas Tombazis have been ousted from Ferrari in a dramatic shake-up of the Scuderia’s management by new team boss Maurizio Arrivabene.
Police have recovered 20 of the 60 trophies stolen from Red Bull’s factory two weeks ago.
Toto Wolff says he had grown tired of having to ensure both Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg felt they were being treated equally by the middle of the season and that the Spa-Francorchamps clash allowed him to clear the air for the remaining races.
Lewis Hamilton says Nico Rosberg took their rivalry “to another level” following what he still believes to have been deliberate mistake during qualifying in Monaco.
Esteban Gutierrez has joined Ferrari as test and reserve driver for 2015 after being dropped by Sauber.
Marussia’s assets will start to be auctioned off by the team’s administrators this week, all but ending hopes the debt-laden outfit can be salvaged.
Steve Nielsen has been appointed Sporting Manager at Williams with immediate effect.
Lewis Hamilton relives the agony and ecstasy of his title-winning season in a special one-off review on Sky Sports F1 on Monday evening.
Motor racing driver Lewis Hamilton has been crowned the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award for 2014.
Motor racing driver Lewis Hamilton has been crowned the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award for 2014.
Bernie Ecclestone says South Korea do not want a grand prix in 2015, but that it had to be added to the calendar for legal reasons.
Bernie Ecclestone says F1 needs a woman’s touch and wants his advisor Sacha Woodward-Hill to take over the day-to-day running of F1 when he retires.
Ron Dennis has revealed that his tete-a-tete with Jenson Button after the Abu Dhabi GP was a central tenant to his decision to offer the former world champion an unexpected reprieve.
McLaren chiefs Eric Boullier and Ron Dennis are adamant that Kevin Magnussen Formula 1 career has only been “paused” and the young Dane will ultimately return to the grid.
Fernando Alonso says he has “unfinished business“ at McLaren and has to put right a dark point of his career in 2007.
Ron Dennis has claimed that Lewis Hamilton wasn’t entirely blameless in the spectacular fallout at McLaren in 2007 which triggered Fernando Alonso’s original departure from the team
Jenson Button has stressed that the new McLaren-Honda partnership will need time to fulfil its potential after signing a two-year deal to stay on with the team.
Jenson Button has stressed that the new McLaren-Honda partnership will need time to fulfil its potential after signing a two-year deal to stay on with the team.
Ron Dennis says Fernando Alonso is returning to McLaren with “unfinished business”.
Ron Dennis says Fernando Alonso is returning to McLaren with “unfinished business”.
Ron Dennis says Fernando Alonso is returning to McLaren with “unfinished business”.
McLaren have retained Jenson Button for 2015 with the veteran staying on to partner the returning Fernando Alonso in an all-world champion line-up.
McLaren have retained Jenson Button for 2015 with the veteran staying on to partner the returning Fernando Alonso in an all-world champion line-up.
McLaren are expected to announce later today that Jenson Button will partner Fernando Alonso for the 2015 season.
McLaren appear poised to finally confirm their 2015 driver line-up on Thursday after scheduling a media event at their Woking HQ.
For the first time in motorsport history, Britain claimed a clean sweep of F1, GP2 and GP3 championship honours in 2014 and this week’s special F1 Midweek Report: Season Review show will be paying effusive tribute to all three of those achievements.
Christian Horner insists that deposed world champions Red Bull remain a strong force and is confident they will close the gap to Mercedes in 2015.
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes picked up their respective World Championship trophies for 2014 in the FIA’s prize-giving gala in Doha.
Red Bull have been left “devastated” after more than 60 trophies were stolen during a break in at their Milton Keynes factory.
Eric Boullier maintains there are no problems at McLaren delaying a decision on their 2015 line-up and that the team are simply taking time to ensure they appoint the right drivers.
Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen may be in direct competition for a 2015 race seat at McLaren but the pair have displayed a show of solidarity amid the continued uncertainty over their F1 futures.
The most-successful sailor in Olympic history is to join forces with Formula One’s most-decorated designer in a bid to win the America’s Cup.
Jenson Button has told Sky Sports News HQ he still does not know if he will be retained by McLaren in 2015.
Force India have announced they will switch all their aerodynamic testing to Toyota’s wind tunnel in Cologne “in 2015 and beyond”.
Force India have announced they will switch all their aerodynamic testing to Toyota’s wind tunnel in Cologne “in 2015 and beyond”.
Jules Bianchi ‘did not slow sufficiently’ before his accident at Suzuka, the FIA’s Accident Panel has found.
The FIA have confirmed double points at the season finale will be scrapped in 2015 as part of a raft of rule changes approved at the World Motor Sport Council meeting in Doha.