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Adrian Newey

New rules might keep Newey in F1

Dec 10, 2015No Comments

Looming rule changes could re-fire Adrian Newey’s motivation to work in formula one. With Red Bull’s famous but disgruntled car designer having lifted the throttle

Carlos Sainz

Toro Rosso backs Sainz amid Verstappen hype

Dec 09, 2015No Comments

Team boss Franz Tost says it is not fair to judge Carlos Sainz’s F1 debut simply by looking at his points tally. Indeed, while many

Flavio Briatore

Briatore urges Renault to change its driver...

Dec 09, 2015No Comments

Former Renault team boss Flavio Briatore has urged the French carmaker to look carefully at its contracted driver lineup for 2016. Amid Lotus’ struggle for

Bernie Ecclestone with Jean Todt

Jean Todt should step down – Ecclesto...

Dec 09, 2015No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone thinks FIA president Jean Todt should step back from the front line in formula one. According to the BBC, an increasingly alarmed F1

Lewis Hamilton

Wolff not concerned with Hamilton lifestyle

Dec 08, 2015No Comments

Toto Wolff has rubbished reports it could be Lewis Hamilton’s off-track lifestyle that costs the triple world champion his seat at Mercedes. The team boss

Fernando Alonso

Sabbatical not right for Alonso – Hak...

Dec 08, 2015No Comments

Lowering his guard and taking a sabbatical amid McLaren-Honda’s troubles would not be the right move for Fernando Alonso. That is the advice of fellow

Fernando Alonso

Alonso will not return to Renault – B...

Dec 08, 2015No Comments

Flavio Briatore has dismissed suggestions Fernando Alonso might be considering a sensational return to lead Renault’s latest works effort in F1. The Enstone based team

German GP 2013 Nürburgring

F1 popularity still dropping in Germany

Dec 01, 2015No Comments

The popularity of formula one within Germany has continued to steadily decline. It emerges that the coverage by the German broadcaster ARD of Sunday’s skiing-and-shooting