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Toto Wolff

Wolff ready to deploy three cars in 2016 if...

Oct 21, 2015No Comments

Mercedes is keen and ready in the event that F1 needs to deploy three-car teams as quickly as 2016. That is the admission of Toto

Maurizio Arrivabene with James Alisson

Ferrari set to oppose any cost cap plans

Oct 17, 2015No Comments

Ferrari has signaled its intention to veto any moves to cap the cost of engines in formula one. In July, it emerged that the FIA

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FIA might change the token system for 2016

Oct 11, 2015No Comments

A meeting that could result in a change to the engine development ‘tokens’ regulations for 2016 will take place in the coming days. The get-together

Eric Boullier with Fernando Alonso

Honda making progress with new powerunit

Oct 11, 2015No Comments

Eric Boullier would not be drawn on what sort of progress Honda has made with its struggling ‘power unit’ at Sochi. The new specification, benefitting

Christian Horner

Horner believes rivals are afraid to help R...

Oct 11, 2015No Comments

Red Bull’s rivals are “afraid” to help the quadruple world champions amid an engine crisis that could drive the brand out of formula one, boss

Carlos Sainz

Sainz gave the thumbs-up as he was put into...

Oct 10, 2015No Comments

Carlos Sainz’s manager had good news about the condition of the Toro Rosso driver following a big crash at Sochi in Saturday practice. The session

Fernando Alonso

Alonso will stay in F1 for the next few yea...

Oct 09, 2015No Comments

Flavio Briatore has backed Fernando Alonso’s claim that the Spaniard is staying put at McLaren-Honda. Having lost his temper on the radio at Suzuka, and

Jenson Button

Button backs Alonso over GP2 engine comment...

Oct 09, 2015No Comments

Jenson Button has defended his McLaren-Honda teammate, following Fernando Alonso’s controversial radio outbursts at Suzuka. Spaniard Alonso, who called Honda’s “embarrassing” power unit akin to