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Max Mosley

Mosley will not return to F1 – Eccles...

Oct 21, 2015No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone has played down suggestions he is trying to engineer a return to power for his old F1 sparring partner Max Mosley. As the

Max Verstappen

Father thinks Max is the new “boss...

Oct 21, 2015No Comments

As an F1 driver, he was affectionately known as Jos ‘The Boss’ Verstappen. It was a tribute to his bravery and audacity, particularly when wheel-to-wheel

Sergio Perez

Force India waiting for EU decision

Oct 21, 2015No Comments

It may be weeks or months before the European Commission decides whether or not to investigate formula one. The anti-competitive arm of the executive body

Daniil Kvyat

Red Bull may not use the new Renault power-...

Oct 21, 2015No Comments

Renault has admitted that Red Bull may decide against using a once highly-anticipated new specification of engine this weekend in Austin. Although the upgrade had

Jean Todt

Todt accuses engine manufacturers of high F...

Oct 20, 2015No Comments

The only real problem with today’s engine regulations is the cost, according to FIA president Jean Todt. In a joint interview with German broadcaster ZDF,

Daniil Kvyat

Ecclestone might sue Red Bull if they quit ...

Oct 20, 2015No Comments

Red Bull’s rivals and even F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone have admitted their sympathy for the former champions is low amid the engine supply crisis. Having terminated the

Daniil Kvyat

FIA’s president ready to help Red Bul...

Oct 19, 2015No Comments

Jean Todt has not ruled out getting involved to help keep Red Bull in formula one. The current FIA president is regularly criticised for his

Kevin Magnussen

Magnussen linked to Lotus switch for 2016

Oct 19, 20152 Comments

A Danish bank’s departing chief is not sure Saxo Bank is going to continue as a sponsor of the Lotus team beyond 2015. Currently, the