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Sainz confirms Toro Rosso – Ferrari deal (November 27, 2015 11:14 am)
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Lauda slams two engines formula as madness (November 26, 2015 12:36 pm)
Rosberg puzzled by F1 decline in Germany (November 26, 2015 12:27 pm)



Button worried about teammate future

Oct 14, 2014No Comments

Jenson Button says he is concerned about the future of his rookie teammate Kevin Magnussen, as McLaren continues to delay its decision about 2015. Seemingly


Mateschitz hints Vergne to keep Toro Rosso ...

Oct 14, 2014No Comments

It is more and more certain that Jean-Eric Vergne will secure at least one more year with Toro Rosso. Earlier, the 24-year-old Frenchman had been


Mercedes gifting title ‘bonus’ ...

Oct 14, 2014No Comments

All 700 staff members at Mercedes’ Brackley headquarters will bank a tasty bonus as a reward for securing the constructors’ world championship in Russia, British


Emotions still high after Bianchi’s c...

Oct 14, 2014No Comments

Marussia has been thrown into the spotlight as more information reportedly emerges about Jules Bianchi’s tragic Suzuka crash. Germany’s Sport Bild claims an FIA transmission


F1 engine rules are completely stupid ̵...

Oct 14, 2014No Comments

World champion Sebastian Vettel has slammed F1’s long-life engine rules. Already destined to hand over his FIA drivers’ crown to a Mercedes driver at the


Lotus not a big loss for Renault – Ab...

Oct 14, 2014No Comments

Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul insists engine customer Lotus’ impending switch to Mercedes for 2015 is no great loss for the French marque. Struggling Lotus’ long-rumoured


Marussia will run two cars in Austin

Oct 13, 2014No Comments

Marussia looks set to revert to a two-car operation in the wake of the Russian grand prix. After Sunday at Sochi, where Max Chilton went


Massa deems Pirelli choice of tyres for Bra...

Oct 13, 2014No Comments

Felipe Massa has criticised Pirelli’s tyre choice selection for the forthcoming Brazilian grand prix, saying it may even be “dangerous”. Last year’s dominant topic, when