Felipe Massa has leapt into contention to replace the Ferrari-bound Kimi Raikkonen at Lotus. Both the Brazilian’s manager Nicolas Todt, and Lotus team boss Eric
Kimi Raikkonen may have returned to Ferrari to finish his formula one career with a final challenge, according to Lotus team boss Eric Boullier. When
Ferrari on Wednesday announced the highly-anticipated news that Kimi Raikkonen will rejoin the Italian team in 2014. In a brief statement at the end of
Beating Red Bull to the world championship will now be “virtually impossible” for rival teams, former Mercedes boss Norbert Haug admits. But the 60-year-old, who
Daniel Ricciardo insists Red Bull will give him a fair shot at race wins even though his teammate is the multiple world champion Sebastian Vettel.
Felipe Massa has taken to Twitter to confirm his departure from Ferrari, paving the way for an imminent announcement regarding his replacement. Massa, who joined
Dr Helmut Marko has denied reports Felipe Nasr is in the running to replace the Red Bull-bound Daniel Ricciardo at Toro Rosso next year. It
Kimi Raikkonen’s age played against him as Red Bull made its decision about who should replace Mark Webber in 2014. That is the claim of