After Red Bull’s catastrophic opening test at Jerez last week, even F1 backmarkers Marussia and Caterham are currently ahead of the formerly-dominant world champions’ game.
Pirelli says it is too early to assess the performance of its new-for-2014 tyres, despite four days of running at Jerez last week. The Italian
Fernando Alonso has confirmed reports Ferrari has now ended its wind tunnel crisis. For some time, including throughout last season, the famous Italian marque has
Luca di Montezemolo agreed behind closed doors that the controversial ‘double points’ innovation is necessary for formula one. That is the claim of F1 chief
Toto Wolff has played down reports Mercedes is the clear 2014 favourite after the first winter test at Jerez last week. “It is too early
Romain Grosjean is not so sure Fernando Alonso will have an easy time alongside new Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen in 2013. The Frenchman’s comments follow
Mercedes has emerged as the early 2014 favourite. Amid world champions Red Bull and Renault’s crisis, it is obvious that works engine-chassis makers Mercedes and
Lotus and Marussia have ended doubts about their official participation in the 2014 championship. When the governing FIA released the 2014 entry list last month,