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Sainz confirms Toro Rosso – Ferrari deal (November 27, 2015 11:14 am)
Arrivabene defends Raikkonen (November 26, 2015 12:50 pm)
Lauda slams two engines formula as madness (November 26, 2015 12:36 pm)
Rosberg puzzled by F1 decline in Germany (November 26, 2015 12:27 pm)


Toto Wolff

Rule changes will allow Honda & Renaul...

Oct 21, 20151 Comment

Mercedes agreed for F1 to ease its engine development restrictions because the sport needs more competitive teams. That is the claim of Toto Wolff, after

Maurizio Arrivabene with James Alisson

Ferrari set to oppose any cost cap plans

Oct 17, 2015No Comments

Ferrari has signaled its intention to veto any moves to cap the cost of engines in formula one. In July, it emerged that the FIA

Fernando Alonso

In season engine development allowed for 20...

Oct 16, 2015No Comments

F1’s struggling engine manufacturers will be able to deploy performance upgrade ‘tokens’ during the 2016 season. The news follows a key meeting on Thursday in

Kimi Raikkonen

Raikkonen disagrees with Alonso over radio ...

Oct 09, 2015No Comments

Kimi Raikkonen has refused to back former teammate Fernando Alonso’s view that radio traffic should not be broadcast live in formula one. Alonso’s outbursts at

Daniel Ricciardo

Ricciardo agrees with Mateschitz deadline

Oct 09, 2015No Comments

Daniel Ricciardo has backed the October deadline set by his boss to end Red Bull’s current engine crisis. If the deadline comes and goes without

Maurizio Arrivabene

Ferrari ‘not guilty’ if Red Bul...

Oct 09, 2015No Comments

As Red Bull’s options narrow further, Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene has played down the prospect of a 2016 engine deal. And the Italian told Brazil’s

Nico Rosberg

Rosberg hopes for a strong Ferrari at Sochi

Oct 08, 2015No Comments

Ferrari will have an unusual supporter barracking for a strong weekend for the Maranello team this weekend in Russia. It is Nico Rosberg, who acknowledged

Carlos Sainz

Sainz worried about Toro Rosso engine crisi...

Oct 02, 2015No Comments

Carlos Sainz has admitted to some nervousness about Red Bull’s F1 crisis. The energy drink company has threatened to pull both of its teams out