Three midfield drivers have admitted they hope their independent teams can find more money ahead of the 2016 season. Force India, whose financial struggles have
Valtteri Bottas admits he has been surprised with teammate Felipe Massa’s pace at Williams. Brazilian Massa joined the British team after an eight-year stint at
Williams has indicated it has no intention of joining the complaint filed with the European Commission about the governance of formula one. Two independent teams,
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,
Williams can confirm that following four successful years with the team, Susie Wolff will retire from competitive motorsport at the end of the 2015 season.
After their second crash in three weeks, fellow Finns Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen sound unprepared to sit down and talk it out. “I don’t
One of Valtteri Bottas’ personal sponsors is pulling its financial backing from the Williams team. Although not regarded in the paddock as a typical ‘pay
Felipe Massa says he has no regrets about being ousted by Ferrari. At Maranello, the Brazilian was competitive alongside the great Michael Schumacher and almost