Even team chairman Niki Lauda thinks Mercedes has “the edge” over its rivals after the opening test at Jerez. Although teams were not focusing on
Adrian Newey, the fabled designer of Red Bull’s troubled RB10, expects the 2014 season to be dominated by the new powertrain rules. At Jerez last
Honda will fill any financial void at McLaren, after the great British team unveiled its new silver and black MP4-29 without replacing departed title sponsor
Former F1 team owner Gian Carlo Minardi thinks Mercedes has an early edge over its rivals after the first test at Jerez. The Brackley squad
Lotus team owner Gerard Lopez has played down reports McLaren refugee Martin Whitmarsh is definitely headed to Enstone. With Eric Boullier having moved to McLaren
Lotus will not wait until the next official test in Bahrain to get its delayed 2014 car on track. Having not attended the first test
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