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F1

Bernie Ecclestone with Jean Todt

Jean Todt should step down – Ecclesto...

Dec 09, 2015No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone thinks FIA president Jean Todt should step back from the front line in formula one. According to the BBC, an increasingly alarmed F1

Carlos Sainz Jr and Max Verstappen USA GP

Rookie Review – How the newcomers fared i...

Dec 06, 2015No Comments

The 2015 season proved to be yet another formality for Mercedes, with defending champion Lewis Hamilton and second placed Nico Rosberg sharing sixteen victories from

German GP 2013 Nürburgring

F1 popularity still dropping in Germany

Dec 01, 2015No Comments

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

Nico Rosberg

Rosberg puzzled by F1 decline in Germany

Nov 26, 2015No Comments

Nico Rosberg admits the decline of interest in Germany is “strange”. Mercedes is dominating, German Rosberg is a winning frontrunner and fabled Ferrari is led

Mark Webber

Webber wins world title with Porsche

Nov 24, 2015No Comments

Mark Webber put his F1 career firmly in the past at the weekend by winning his first world championship. It is a drivers’ title he

Daniel Ricciardo

Red Bull reaffirms commitment to stay in F1

Nov 17, 2015No Comments

Red Bull is now confident it will be in formula one beyond next weekend’s 2015 finale. Earlier, the energy drink outfit was threatening to pull

Daniil Kvyat

2016 will be a year of transition for Red B...

Nov 14, 2015No Comments

2016 will be a “year of transition” for Red Bull’s two F1 teams, official Dr Helmut Marko has declared. “We are keeping both teams in

Felipe Massa

Massa might retire from F1 after 2016

Nov 06, 2015No Comments

Felipe Massa says he will retire from F1 at the end of next year if he cannot secure a competitive seat. Behind Kimi Raikkonen, 36,