Before Fernando Alonso’s horrific crash in the Australian Grand Prix at the beginning of the 2016 season, most Formula One fans didn’t know about Stoffel
Fernando Alonso insists he is still fully motivated for motor racing. The Spaniard said a career goal is to add wins at the iconic sports
F1 will revert to the qualifying system of 2015 at the next race in Bahrain, after the farcical debut of the new ‘musical chairs’ format
Jacques Villeneuve has joined Bernie Ecclestone in admitting his opposition to the Manor team. In Bahrain last week, when asked if he is happy the
Romain Grosjean is apparently becoming more and more frustrated with the situation at troubled Lotus this season. Before the season, video footage circulated on the
Sergio Perez couldn’t hide delight after securing his first podium finish since making the move to Force India during the off-season. The Mexican driver produced
F1 on Sunday issued the strongest-possible retort to all those playing down the spectacle of the sport’s new era. Even before the race began under
Lewis Hamilton completed a clean sweep of fastest practice times in Bahrain as he once again headed Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg on Saturday afternoon.