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F1 popularity still dropping in Germany (December 1, 2015 11:21 am)
Renault to stay in F1 next year and beyond (December 1, 2015 11:08 am)
Honda vows to be ready for Melbourne (December 1, 2015 10:51 am)
Daniil Kvyat will stay with Red bull in 2016 (November 30, 2015 11:23 am)

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F1 popularity still dropping in Germany

The popularity of formula one within Germany has continued to steadily decline. It emerges that the coverage by the German broadcaster ARD of Sunday’s skiing-and-shooting biathlon attracted 3.95 million viewers — 120,000 more than those who tuned in to RTL’s live coverage of the 2015 season finale in Abu Dhabi. RTL sports chief Manfred Loppe blamed the latest decline on the fact that the world

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Renault to stay in F1 next year and be...

Tuesday or Wednesday have been tipped as the most likely days for Renault to announce its decision to stay in formula one next year and beyond. That is

Nico Rosberg

Mercedes worried about Hamilton’...

Whether Nico Rosberg can turn his newly-found top form into a title challenge in 2016 has become a hot topic for the forthcoming winter period. “Three wins and

Jenson Button

Honda vows to be ready for Melbourne

Yasuhisa Arai insists Honda has no regrets about making its return to F1 in 2015, despite its obvious unpreparedness for the ‘power unit’ era. McLaren-Honda staff and fans



Abu Dhabi GP Preview – by Renault

Nov 27, 2015No Comments

RÉMI TAFFIN, DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS After a long season we reach the final race of the year in Abu Dhabi. By our own standards it’s not been as successful as we could have hoped and it will hurt if we finish the year without a win. But we have learnt a lot and there are also some strong steps forward that will consolidate us in future. After a shaky start

Brazilian GP Preview

Brazilian GP Preview – by Renault

Rémi Taffin, Director of Operations Last year, we were a little nervous going to Interlagos on account of the altitude and the effects on the turbocharged power units.

Nov 12, 2015

US GP Preview – by Renault

Rémi Taffin, Director of Operations There’s very little not to love about Austin and the United States GP. The setting is impressive, the welcome is warm and the

Oct 23, 2015
Russian GP Preview

Russian GP Preview – By Renault

RÉMI TAFFIN, DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS In the last two races we have been a lot closer to the performance potential of the power unit. In qualifying the Red

Oct 07, 2015


Nico Rosberg

Abu Dhabi 2015 GP – Race – Results

Nov 30, 2015No Comments

Nico Rosberg wins the Abu Dhabi 2015 GP.

Nico Rosberg

Abu Dhabi GP 2015 – Pr...

Nico Rosberg edges teammate Lewis Hamilton in free practice three of the Abu Dhabi

Nov 28, 2015
Lewis Hamilton

Abu Dhabi GP 2015 – Pr...

Lewis Hamilton sets the pace in the early free practice one of the Abu

Nov 27, 2015


Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton maligns Vettel, Webber, Raikkonen

Nov 19, 2015No Comments

In one fell swoop, Lewis Hamilton has maligned three more F1 stars. Recently, the new triple world champion had to hit reverse gear after suggesting F1 legend Michael Schumacher’s record seven titles were won with

Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton crashed his P...

The car Lewis Hamilton crashed in Monaco early on Tuesday morning was his EUR 2

Nov 12, 2015
Nico Rosberg

Lauda asks Rosberg to ...

Niki Lauda says he is urging Nico Rosberg to refuse to give up his fight

Nov 11, 2015

Australian GP will start in:

    Drivers and
    Nr. DriverPoints
    1United Kingdom44 - Lewis Hamilton381
    2Germany06 - Nico Rosberg322
    3Germany05 - Sebastian Vettel278
    4Finland07 - Kimi Raikkonen150
    5Finland77 - Valtteri Bottas136
    6Brazil19 - Felipe Massa121
    7Russia26 - Daniil Kvyat95
    8Australia03 - Daniel Ricciardo92
    9Mexico11 - Sergio Perez78
    10Germany27 - Nico Hulkenberg58
    11France08 - Romain Grosjean51
    12Netherlands33 - Max Verstappen49
    13Brazil12 - Felipe Nasr27
    14Venezuela13 - Pastor Maldonado27
    15Spain55 - Carlos Sainz18
    16United Kingdom22 - Jenson Button16
    17Spain14 - Fernando Alonso11
    18Sweden09 - Marcus Ericsson9
    19Spain98 - Roberto Mehri0
    20United States53 - Alexander Rossi0
    21United Kingdom28 - Will Stevens0
    22Denmark20 - Kevin Magnussen0
    Teams Standings
    Nr. TeamsPoints
    1GermanyMercedes AMG Petronas703
    3United KingdomWilliams Mercedes257
    4AustriaRed Bull Renault187
    6IndiaForce India Mercedes136
    5United KingdomLotus Mercedes78
    7ItalyScuderia Toro Rosso67
    8SwitzerlandSauber Ferrari36
    9United KingdomMcLaren Honda27
    10United KingdomManor Ferrari0

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