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Romain Grosjean

Grosjean will move to Haas from 2016

Sep 21, 2015No Comments

Romain Grosjean’s switch to Haas for 2016 was all but confirmed on Sunday. It is well known that Lotus, Grosjean’s current team, is in detailed

Nico Rosberg

Lack of pace no conspiracy – Mercedes

Sep 20, 2015No Comments

As Mercedes’ long and dominant form mysteriously disappeared under the Singapore floodlights, it did not take long for the speculation to begin. Everyone at Marina

Roberto Merhi

Merhi might lose the Manor seat

Sep 16, 2015No Comments

Roberto Merhi’s time in formula one could be coming to an end. The Spanish rookie has been on a race-by-race deal with struggling backmarker Manor

Pastor Maldonado

Rivals helped Lotus survive Italian GP

Sep 12, 2015No Comments

Lotus’ direct rivals helped the embattled team get through the recent Italian grand prix. Overnight rain before qualifying day at Monza damaged some of the

Kimi Raikkonen

Raikkonen no longer just “number 2...

Sep 10, 2015No Comments

Kimi Raikkonen is beginning to emerge from his earlier role as de-facto ‘number 2’ at Ferrari, according to countryman Mika Hakkinen. Last year the Finn

Christian Horner

Ferrari power for Red Bull, Mercedes power ...

Sep 08, 2015No Comments

Red Bull is now shaping up to be powered by Ferrari engines in 2016. Earlier, it emerged that the energy drink team and its sister

Lewis Hamilton

Monza should not be touched – Hamilto...

Sep 08, 2015No Comments

Sunday’s chequered flag has already waved, Monza is firmly on the 2016 calendar, but the future of the historic and popular Italian grand prix is

Fernando Alonso

McLaren ‘best chassis behind Red Bull...

Sep 04, 2015No Comments

McLaren is reverting to its older ‘long nose’ solution for the high-speed Italian grand prix. With struggling engine partner Honda, the British team has acknowledged