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Team orders are inevitable – Rosberg

Mar 29, 2014No Comments

A year ago, the Malaysian grand prix sparked the infamous ‘Multi 21’ team orders scandal. But behind the Mark Webber versus Sebastian Vettel shenanigans, team


FIA will not scrap the fuel flow rule

Mar 29, 2014No Comments

F1’s governing body has ruled out scrapping the new rule limiting fuel flow. With Red Bull already appealing its Daniel Ricciardo disqualification and then encountering


FIA glitch prevented Ferrari to use full en...

Mar 28, 2014No Comments

Fernando Alonso has denied that Ferrari is yet to ‘turn its engine up’ in the 2014 season. Lewis Hamilton, a title favourite with the dominant


Kobayashi also worried about "submarin...

Mar 28, 2014No Comments

Kamui Kobayashi has confirmed he is worried about the safety of this year’s low nose designs. Before the season began, Red Bull designer Adrian Newey


McLaren running Esso branding and a new nos...

Mar 28, 2014No Comments

Two weeks ago in Melbourne, McLaren said the prominent ‘Mobil’ branding on the sidepods of its 2014 car was a one-off. The British team, yet


Vettel hates the new F1 engines sound

Mar 27, 20142 Comments

Sebastian Vettel on Thursday admitted a dubious weather forecast for the Malaysian grand prix is making him excited, not nervous. “Daniel (Ricciardo) showed in Melbourne


Alonso is trying to destroy Raikkonen ̵...

Mar 27, 20141 Comment

Fernando Alonso is working hard to “destroy” his new teammate Kimi Raikkonen. That is the view of F1’s outspoken 1997 title winner Jacques Villeneuve, who


Fuel issues will return in Malaysia and Bah...

Mar 27, 2014No Comments

Team boss Christian Horner is not ruling out more fuel-flow controversy for the next two race weekends in Malaysia and Bahrain. Red Bull’s appeal against