Haas’ preparations for its 2016 formula one debut are speeding up. Gunther Steiner, the new American team’s boss, is on site in Austin this weekend,
Monisha Kaltenborn has hit back in the wake of an equally venomous attack by the F1 legend Niki Lauda. Lauda, the Mercedes team chairman, recently
Romain Grosjean and Carlos Sainz, both victims of separate high-speed crashes a fortnight ago in Russia, say they are fully recovered. Toro Rosso’s Sainz checked
Hurricane Patricia, it’s set to bring “life-threatening storms” to Austin this weekend, and this is not the only worry on F1 teams’ minds at present.
Red Bull looks set to turn down Renault’s new engine specification in Austin and beyond. It is seemingly just the latest chapter in the messy
At Manor, three divided by two plus a Mercedes power unit means the British team has revved up its asking price for 2016. Toto Wolff,
Rumours indicate Haas will complete its 2016 driver lineup this weekend in Austin. Insiders report that with Frenchman Romain Grosjean already signed up, the new
Nico Rosberg is refusing to give up on the 2015 drivers’ championship, although even his Mercedes boss does not agree. “It’s a shame that Nico