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Rosberg puzzled by F1 decline in Germany (November 26, 2015 12:27 pm)


Maurizio Arrivabene

Ferrari defends its right to veto FIA’...

Oct 31, 2015No Comments

Ferrari has defended its decision to ‘veto’ the FIA’s efforts to impose a cap on the price of customer engines in formula one. In the

Max Verstappen

Verstappen already looking for a new team i...

Oct 30, 2015No Comments

Rumours are continuing to swirl around Max Verstappen, the 18-year-old F1 rookie sensation. Red Bull – although occupied with the greater concern about finding power

Sebastian Vettel

Ferrari will stop using US GP engine

Oct 30, 2015No Comments

Ferrari has sidelined the latest specification of its F1 ‘power unit’ for the remainder of the 2015 season. That is the claim of the Finnish

Kimi Raikkonen

Raikkonen hopes to win another title with F...

Oct 29, 2015No Comments

Kimi Raikkonen has raised his hand as a potential challenger for the 2016 world championship. Although the 2007 title winner for Ferrari, the Finn’s return

Lewis Hamilton with Sebastian Vettel

Vettel might be Hamilton’s biggest ri...

Oct 27, 2015No Comments

Sebastian Vettel is shaping up as the most likely contender to end new triple world champion Lewis Hamilton’s run of dominance in 2016. Hamilton’s Mercedes

Ferrari Pitwall

FIA unhappy with Ferrari veto rights

Oct 27, 2015No Comments

Confirming its push for a “client engine” in formula one, F1’s governing body has aimed fire at Ferrari. Mercedes has already come out against Bernie

Bernie Ecclestone

Ecclestone confirms new engine regulations ...

Oct 25, 2015No Comments

As Hurricane Patricia brought a different kind of whirlwind to the Austin paddock, Bernie Ecclestone on Saturday confirmed his plans to introduce a second tier


Ferrari set to use the fifth engine in Aust...

Oct 23, 2015No Comments

Lewis Hamilton’s hopes of wrapping up the title with three full race weekends to spare received an unexpected boost in Austin. Ferrari sources had earlier