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Pastor Maldonado held his hands up to a pair of mistakes after a troubled day of practice in China – but the Venezuelan believes Lotus’s improvements still mean he can go on to enjoy his strongest race of his season.
Ferrari’s little-known new Team Principal Marco Mattiacci has revealed he initially thought the offer to take over was a belated April Fools’ joke – but despite his lack of F1 experience, he has declared he is “extremely motivated” to prove he is the right man for the job.
Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo both think there’s more to come from Mercedes after opening practice for the Chinese GP on Friday.
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes still have work to do on his W05 even after setting the fastest time in practice for the Chinese GP.
Lewis Hamilton was fastest in second practice for the Chinese GP ahead of Fernando Alonso and Nico Rosberg.
Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso broke Mercedes’ recent hegemony at the top of the Formula 1 timesheet by outpacing Nico Rosberg in Practice One for the Chinese GP.
Nico Rosberg has insisted that there was nothing untoward in Mercedes supplying him with a ‘dossier of data’ from Lewis Hamilton’s car ahead of their duel for victory in Bahrain.
Sebastian Vettel has admitted he is not yet as comfortable with Red Bull’s RB10 as he wants to be, but the German insists he welcomes the strong intra-team challenge being put up by Daniel Ricciardo.
Jenson Button has conceded that Mercedes are likely to be uncatchable for at least the first half of the 2014 campaign.
Lewis Hamilton believes the ‘ecstatic’ reaction to the epic drama of last week’s Bahrain GP has ‘done the world of good’ for Formula 1 after the sport’s attempts to tear itself apart over the rights and wrongs of its revolutionary new turbo era.
Fernando Alonso has insisted he will remain a close friend of Stefano Domenicali in the wake of the Italian’s decision to quit as Ferrari team boss this week.
Fernando Alonso has admitted there will be no quick fix for Ferrari in the wake of Stefano Domenicali’s departure and warned F1′s most famous marque are likely to remain uncompetitive until at least the second half of the 2014 campaign.
Fernando Alonso has admitted there will be no quick fix for Ferrari in the wake of Stefano Domenicali’s departure and warned F1′s most famous marque are likely to remain uncompetitive until at least the second half of the 2014 campaign.
Nico Hulkenberg has ruled out strike action by F1 drivers in protest against unpaid salaries.
In-form Lewis Hamilton is to appear in Thursday’s Drivers’ Press Conference in Shanghai ahead of his attempts to secure a hat-trick of victories for the first time in his F1 career this weekend.
Former FIA President Max Mosley believes his successor Jean Todt should pay “lip service” at most to the critics of F1′s new ‘green’ formula.
The entry of the Haas Formula outfit onto the F1 grid may be delayed until 2016, the team have confirmed.
The FIA have rejected Red Bull’s appeal against the disqualification of Daniel Ricciardo from the Australian GP.
Red Bull will learn later today if they have been successful in their appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from last month’s Australian GP.
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The mounting frustration of Fernando Alonso is believed to have been critical in the departure of Stefano Domenicali from Ferrari.
Mercedes confirmed on Monday that Technical Director Bob Bell is to leave the team with joint boss Paddy Lowe taking over his role.
Reports in Italy suggest that Ferrari will announce later on Monday that Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Team Principal.
Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Team Principal of Ferrari, it was confirmed on Monday, with the 48-year-old paying the price for another slugglish start to a Formula 1 season by the Scuderia.
Michael Schumacher is “showing small signs of progress” as he slowly recovers from devastating brain injuries suffered in a skiing accident.
Michael Schumacher is “showing small signs of progress” as he slowly recovers from devastating brain injuries suffered in a skiing accident.
Red Bull believe they can overturn Daniel Ricciardo’s Australian Grand Prix disqualification on Monday and reinvigorate their 2014 challenge.
Red Bull believe they can overturn Daniel Ricciardo’s Australian Grand Prix disqualification on Monday and reinvigorate their 2014 title challenge.
Gene Haas, co-owner of NASCAR team Stewart-Haas Racing, has revealed his outfit have been granted a Formula 1 entry for 2015.
Ron Dennis has revealed the decision to promote Kevin Magnussen to a full race seat at McLaren was his – four months before he officially returned to the lead the team.
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Mercedes Executive Director Technical Paddy Lowe has hit back at those calling for changes to the F1 regulations describing the idea as “absurd”.
After around five months without racing it was great to finally get back to business in Bahrain.
In this week’s edition, F1 photographer Darren Heath and former head of Cosworth Mark Gallagher join Anna Woolhouse to discuss the fall-out from the Bahrain GP.
Running on a new range of development tyres, Lewis Hamilton was fastest on the second and final day of testing in Bahrain as Mercedes maintained their record of being quickest in every timed session in the desert this week.
Christian Horner has described the 18 points at stake in Red Bull’s appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s Australian GP disqualification as “vital” ahead of Monday’s hearing in Paris.
Dan Fallows has been appointed Head of Aerodynamics at Red Bull as Peter Prodromou begins his gardening leave ahead of his move to McLaren.
Formula 1′s return to full in-season testing commenced in Bahrain on Tuesday and in keeping with the Mercedes-dominated race weekend at Sakhir it was Nico Rosberg who comfortably set the Day One pace.
Silverstone will open its pitlane to fans holding three day tickets on the Thursday ahead of this year’s British Grand Prix.
The first in-season test of the year is underway in Bahrain with the teams in action on both Tuesday and Wednesday.
The first in-season test of the year is underway in Bahrain with the teams in action on both Tuesday and Wednesday.
Lewis Hamilton says he wouldn’t have been able to hang on to victory of the Bahrain GP – in what is being billed as the duel of the century – without the skills he learnt in karting as a youth.
Christian Horner insists Red Bull and Renault aren’t yet resigned to a season of Mercedes domination but concedes the World Champions must “start making inroads” into their rivals’ advantage when F1 returns to Europe.
Vijay Mallya thinks Force India can continue to challenge at the front of F1 after Sergio Perez’s podium finish at the Bahrain GP.
Vijay Mallya is confident Force India can continue to challenge at the front of F1 after Sergio Perez’s podium finish at the Bahrain GP.
The British press have been reaching for the superlatives to describe the spectacle served up by the barnstorming Bahrain GP, a race which they believe left the high-profile critics of F1′s new era with egg on their faces.
The 22 drivers have their say on a thrilling race under the floodlights at the Bahrain International Circuit.
A frustrated Nico Rosberg is convinced that he was the fastest driver in the Bahrain despite losing out to team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Sunday’s critic-silencing thriller.