The collective world of formula one had a sleepless night after the Japanese grand prix as it worries about critically injured Jules Bianchi. After the
With the extent of Jules Bianchi’s injuries still unclear, F1 is already turning its attention to the controversial circumstances surrounding his accident that stopped the
Sebastian Vettel’s move to Ferrari may be good for the Italian team, but not so good in the short term for the reigning world champion.
Jules Bianchi is undergoing surgery for a “severe head injury”, F1’s governing body has announced. At the same time, the French driver’s father has told
Honda has apparently hit back at rumours its 2015 F1 programme is facing delays. Italy’s Autosprint reported on Tuesday that, despite making an audacious bid
Simona de Silvestro’s road to formula one appears to have ended. Until now, the 25-year-old female Swiss driver was a Sauber tester, testing one of
Team boss Toto Wolff is not 100 per cent sure Mercedes will head into the 2015 season with an unchanged driver lineup. With Nico Rosberg
Kamui Kobayashi has retained his race seat at Caterham for his home grand prix this weekend. As the team seeks new sources of income in