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Kimi Raikkonen

Raikkonen considered quitting F1 after 2014

Apr 23, 2015No Comments

Kimi Raikkonen considered returning to F1 retirement after his disastrous 2014 season, according to a Spanish sports daily. In Bahrain, the Finn bounced back from

Bahrain GP 2015 Race Start

Ferrari still not ready to sign Raikkonen e...

Apr 20, 2015No Comments

At least for now, Ferrari is leaving the door slightly open for Lewis Hamilton. After declaring that Hamilton would make a great teammate for Sebastian

Roberto Mehri

Manor’s one-car Sepang race deliberat...

Apr 02, 2015No Comments

Manor has dismissed as “nonsense” rumours it only had the ability to run one car at a time last weekend in Malaysia. The governing FIA

Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton asked FIA to explain Alonso’...

Mar 28, 2015No Comments

Lewis Hamilton played an unusually forceful role earlier this weekend in the drivers’ FIA briefing, according to a Spanish newspaper. According to Diario AS, the

Daniel Ricciardo

CVC would sell F1 to Red Bull – Eccle...

Mar 28, 2015No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone has welcomed reports Red Bull might be looking at buying formula one. Some journalists have speculated there is more than meets the eye

Christian Horner

Red Bull eyes future as engine maker –...

Mar 26, 2015No Comments

Red Bull could be ramping up efforts to go it alone in formula one as an engine manufacturer. In the days between Australia and Malaysia,

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China buys Pirelli

Mar 25, 2015No Comments

China has bought F1’s official tyre supplier Pirelli. State-owned China National Chemical, or Chem China, has secured control of the Milan-based company valued at over

Red Bull Racing RB11

Renault accuses Red Bull of lying

Mar 24, 2015No Comments

Renault’s relationship with works team Red Bull continues to crumble. Cyril Abiteboul, chief of the French carmaker’s F1 engine programme, on Tuesday accused Red Bull