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  • Bottas bothered by Ferrari talk

    Bottas bothered by Ferrari talk

    Valtteri Bottas admits speculation about a potential move to Ferrari is disturbing – but insists he is fully committed to winning his first grand prix with Williams. The 25-year-old is in his third year on the Formula One grid with Williams,...

  • Buoyant Ferrari under no illusions about task ahead

    Buoyant Ferrari under no illusions about task ahead

    Despite winning two out of 10 races so far, Ferrari have no illusions about how tough it will be to match Mercedes when they return for the second half of the Formula One season after the August break. The Italian team, who failed to win a race...

  • Revenge comes hot and spicy for Arrivabene

    Revenge comes hot and spicy for Arrivabene

    Revenge may be a dish best served cold, but hot and spicy is tastier for Ferrari Formula One team principal Maurizio Arrivabene. Sebastian Vettel’s stirring victory in Hungary, the land of paprika, on Sunday gave Arriva-bene the chance he had been...

  • Vettel wins for Ferrari, Bianchi

    Vettel wins for Ferrari, Bianchi

    Germany‘s Sebastian Vettel won an emotional Hungarian Grand Prix for Ferrari and the late Jules Bianchi yesterday after a crazy race that turned into a rare nightmare for champions Mercedes despite Lewis Hamilton increasing his overall lead. While...

  • Hamilton on cloud nine after Hungaroring pole

    Hamilton on cloud nine after Hungaroring pole

    Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the Hungarian Grand Prix yesterday with a blistering lap more than half a second faster than downcast Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg. The two title rivals will line up together on...

  • Hamilton fastest, Perez unhurt after big crash

    Hamilton fastest, Perez unhurt after big crash

    Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton was quickest in both Hungarian Grand Prix practice sessions yesterday after Mexican Sergio Perez walked away unscathed from a spectacular rolling crash. Hamilton, four-times a winner in Hungary and clear...

  • The head says Hamilton but watch out for the Finns

    The head says Hamilton but watch out for the Finns

    The head says Lewis Hamilton but those willing to take a more adventurous punt might fancy the chances of Valtteri Bottas or Kimi Raikkonen as Formula One regroups in Hungary with a heavy heart this weekend. Hamilton, winner at the Hungaroring...

  • Funeral for F1 driver Jules Bianchi

    Funeral for F1 driver Jules Bianchi

    Friends and fans pay tribute to Formula One driver Jules Bianchi at his funeral in France following a crash in which he was fatally injured. Paul Chapman reports.  

  • Formula One says farewell to Jules Bianchi

    Formula One world champions past and present paid their respects to Jules Bianchi and mourned one of their own at the French driver’s funeral yesterday. Lewis Hamilton, the current champion for Mercedes, attended the service at Nice’s...

  • Froome frustrated by data scrutiny

    Froome frustrated by data scrutiny

    Chris Froome has asked why his performance in leading the Tour de France has invited more scrutiny than any of his rivals’ displays in winning other major races. Froome (Team Sky) leads by three minutes 10 seconds from Nairo Quintana (Movistar)...

  • F1 driver Jules Bianchi mourned at funeral

    The funeral of Formula One driver Jules Bianchi is being held in his home town in France today, as tributes continue to pour in for the racer who died of head injuries sustained in a crash during last year's Japanese Grand Prix. Bianchi's number...

  • Ferrari saw Bianchi as Raikkonen replacement – Di Montezemolo

    Jules Bianchi was being lined up by Ferrari as the man to replace Kimi Raikkonen before the Frenchman’s crash in Japan last October, according to the team’s former chairman Luca di Montezemolo. Bianchi, 25, who died in hospital in Nice on Friday...

  • Formula One will always be dangerous, says Ecclestone

    Formula One will always be dangerous, says Ecclestone

    Formula One is as safe as it has ever been but danger will always be part of the sport, commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone said yesterday after the death of French driver Jules Bianchi. Jules Bianchi, 25, died in hospital in Nice, southern...

  • ‘Silly season’ moves into overdrive

    ‘Silly season’ moves into overdrive

    Sizzling temperatures are forecast for this week’s Hungarian Grand Prix, the halfway point in the season, and Formula One’s ‘silly season’ of rumour and speculation is heating up accordingly. Valtteri Bottas to Ferrari instead of fellow-Finn Kimi...

  • F1 driver Bianchi dies nine months after Suzuka crash

    F1 driver Bianchi dies nine months after Suzuka crash

    French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi has died of critical head injuries sustained at last year’s Japanese Grand Prix, his family said in a statement yesterday. Bianchi, 25, had been in a coma since the accident at Suzuka last October. He passed...

  • Boullier expects a revival at McLaren

    Boullier expects a revival at McLaren

    McLaren racing director Eric Boullier predicts the ailing British team will soon be back fighting at the sharp end of the Formula One grid. McLaren have endured a disastrous campaign following their renewed partnership with Honda. The Japanese...

  • McLaren future is unclear – Button

    Jenson Button has revealed that his future at McLaren remains uncertain despite claims from Ron Dennis that he will still be racing for the team in 2016. Dennis, the McLaren CEO, who was speaking at the recent British Grand Prix in which Button’s...

  • Formula One tweaks super-licence, engine rules

    Formula One tweaks super-licence, engine rules

    Formula One has approved changes to its power unit penalty system with immediate effect and also tweaked super-licence rules for 2016 to give more drivers a chance to enter the sport from other series. The governing International Automobile...

  • McLaren are feeling the pain on and off the track

    McLaren are feeling the pain on and off the track

    McLaren have acknowledged that their lack of Formula One success is hurting commercially in terms of lost revenues and sponsor appeal. The sport’s second most successful team have not won since 2012 and have scored five points in nine races of a...

  • Lotus F1 team have winding-up petition adjourned

    A winding-up petition brought by creditors against the Lotus Formula One team has been adjourned for two weeks. A spokeswoman for the Companies Court in London said that the claim against the Enstone-based team, title winners in a previous...

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