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  • F1 teams split over cost cap

    Formula One’s big hitters have promised their smaller rivals they will not smash them out of the ballpark when it comes to next week’s crucial talks surrounding the sport’s financial future. Following confirmation earlier this month from FIA...

  • Red Bull to throw everything at Mercedes

    Champions Red Bull believe they can pick up the pace and take the fight to dominant Mercedes now that Formula One is heading back to Europe after the first four ‘flyaway’ races in Asia and the Middle East. Team principal Christian Horner kept calm...

  • Hamilton leads Mercedes one-two

    Lewis Hamilton raced to a hat-trick of wins in yesterday’s Formula One Chinese Grand Prix, cruising unchallenged to the flag ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg as a dominant Mercedes claimed a third straight one-two finish. The win was the 25th of...

  • Flag mix-up can't stop Hamilton

    For the first time in Lewis Hamilton's Formula One career he has now taken the chequered flag for three consecutive races, even though the one in China caused confusion by being waved prematurely. At the end of lap 55 of the 56-lap Chinese Grand...

  • Hamilton on pole in wet China

    Lewis Hamilton will line up on pole position for today’s Chinese Grand Prix (start: 9am) after putting in a storming lap in treacherous conditions to maintain Mercedes’s qualifying stranglehold. The Briton’s best time of one minute 53.860 seconds...

  • Hamilton secures record 34th pole

    Lewis Hamilton cemented his place in British Formula One history by claiming the 34th pole position of his Formula One career ahead of Sunday's Chinese Grand Prix. In miserable conditions at the Shanghai International Circuit as rain and leaden...

  • Ricciardo fastest in final practice

    The three quickest drivers in practice on Friday ahead of tomorrow's Chinese Grand Prix barely ventured out of the garage for the final hour-long session. Heavy overnight rain, and with constant drizzle in the air, led to a wet final practice run...

  • Hamilton tops practice

    Lewis Hamilton overcame problems with his car’s handling to return Mercedes to the top of the timesheets in the second practice session for the Chinese Grand Prix yesterday. Hamilton completed 25 laps of the 5.4 km Shanghai International Circuit...

  • I have a lot to prove says Mattiacci

    Marco Mattiacci has vowed to win over the sceptics following his appointment as Ferrari’s new team principal this week. Mattiacci has confirmed he was approached last Friday by president Luca Di Montezemolo to take over from Stefano Domenicali,...

  • Hamilton expects Shanghai showdown

    Lewis Hamilton is steeling himself for more of a fight from his title rivals this weekend as he bids to win three grands prix in a row for the first time in his Formula One career. Although Hamilton was left grumbling about his Mercedes towards...

  • Hamilton hoping to seize the edge in Shanghai race

    Lewis Hamilton is hoping his recent victory in Bahrain has delivered a psychological blow to Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg as they scrap over this year’s Formula One world title. Three grands prix into the new campaign and the Mercedes duo...

  • Red Bull lose appeal

    Formula One team Red Bull’s appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix has been rejected by the International Court of Appeal, the International Automobile Federation (FIA) said yesterday. “The Court, after...

  • Domenicali resigns as Ferrari F1 team boss

    Stefano Domenicali resigned as Ferrari’s Formula One team principal yesterday with the company’s North America president and chief executive Marco Mattiacci appointed as his replacement. Ferrari, the oldest and most successful in the sport, have...

  • Bell resigns as Mercedes technical director

    Bob Bell has resigned as technical director of the championship-leading Mercedes Formula One team, with executive director Paddy Lowe taking on his duties. Mercedes said in a statement that Bell had resigned his position last December and would...

  • Red Bull appeal is first test of F1’s new era

    The first big technical controversy of Formula One’s new engine era has its day in court tomorrow with champions Red Bull confident they have a strong case in appealing Daniel Ricciardo’s Australian Grand Prix exclusion. Ricciardo finished second...

  • Haas F1 entry accepted

    Formula One could have an American constructor on the starting grid next year after the governing FIA approved an entry for NASCAR team owner Gene Haas. The International Automobile Federation said it was also considering another application made...

  • Lowe argues against further changes

    Mercedes executive technical director Paddy Lowe has described as “absurd” the possibility of changes being made to the latest regulations for the 2015 Formula One season. Despite the initial criticism of the new 1.6-litre V6 turbo-charged power...

  • Red Bull F1 team replaces Prodromou as head of aero

    Dan Fallows has been appointed head of aerodynamics at Formula One champions Red Bull with McLaren-bound Peter Prodromou now on 'gardening leave', the team said. Red Bull said Fallows, who left the team last year after working as aerodynamics team...

  • F1 supremo Ecclestone dismisses dispute talk

    Bernie Ecclestone has dismissed suggestions a war is looming on the horizon with the FIA and president Jean Todt. The two men were at the heart of the politicking that unfolded in the paddock at the Bahrain International Circuit over the recent...

  • Mercedes duel thrills Lowe

    Mercedes executive technical director Paddy Lowe claims the team owed it to Formula One to allow Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to engage in a thrilling wheel-to-wheel duel in Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix. The Mercedes duo were involved in some...

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