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  • Vettel behind off track as well as on it

    Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso is F1’s most marketable driver with Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel only fourth despite winning the last four world championships, according to a re-port published yesterday. The report by global sports marketing research...

  • Revived Williams ready to seize the opportunity

    Frank Williams feels it is imperative his team capitalises on the rules overhaul for this season if they are to forget the pain of the worst campaign in their history last year. After amassing a paltry five points in 2013, Williams certainly came...

  • Fire and ice pairing will keep Ferrari team busy

    Ferrari’s fire and ice pairing of Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen has, in the words of president Luca di Montezemolo, put two roosters in the same henhouse. Which of the two drivers will be crowing loudest come the end of the season is one of...

  • Williams put picture of Senna on car

    Williams will have a picture of Ayrton Senna on their car this season as F1 marks the 20th anniversary of the triple champion’s death. The Brazilian, who won his titles with McLaren, died after crashing his Williams at the Imola circuit in Italy...

  • Schumacher condition 'unchanged'

    Ex-Formula One champion Michael Schumacher is "still in the wake up phase" and his medical situation is unchanged more than two months after his skiing accident, his agent says. The process of moving him out of the medically induced coma is still...

  • McLaren to start season without title sponsor

    McLaren will start the Formula One season without a title sponsor but still expect to have one this year, group chief executive Ron Dennis said yesterday. “Our cars will not feature a title sponsor at the first event,” he told reporters at the...

  • Martini makes F1 return after teaming up with Williams

    The legendary Martini stripes will again adorn a Formula One car this season after Williams signed a multi-year title sponsor agreement with the drinks company. Martini has long been associated with motor sport over the years, and not just F1 as...

  • Ferrari boss seeks support for Schumi

    Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has conceded to still being in shock at the events surrounding close friend Michael Schumacher. The seven-times F1 world champion has now been in a coma for over two months since sustaining head injuries in a...

  • F1 targeting return to Long Beach

    Formula One will discover this week whether it is in the running to stage a return to Long Beach. F1 last competed on the streets of the southern California venue in 1983 following a seven-year run before the fee for the event became too expensive...

  • Ecclestone searching for successor

    Bernie Ecclestone has started preparing the ground for his departure as Formula One supremo with his forthcoming criminal trial beginning to take precedence. Ecclestone is to go on trial in Munich on April 24 facing allegations he bribed a German...

  • F1 testing wraps up in Bahrain

    Formula One teams wrapped up pre-season testing in Bahrain on Sunday with Lewis Hamilton on top of the timesheets and his Mercedes team looking clear favourites for the opener in Australia on March 16. The 2008 world champion completed 70 laps of...

  • Bahrain circuit to honour Schumacher

    Seven times world champion Michael Schumacher, still in a coma in a French hospital after a skiing accident in late December, is to have the first corner of Bahrain’s Formula One circuit named after him. The German won the inaugural Bahrain race...

  • Red Bull’s woes continue

    World champion Sebastian Vettel failed to complete a lap on another disastrous day of pre-season testing for Red Bull in Bahrain yesterday. It has been a forgettable time for the Milton Keynes-based marque, who enjoyed their most productive day on...

  • Vettel woes continue in Bahrain

    World champion Sebastian Vettel failed to complete a lap on another disastrous day of pre-season testing for Red Bull in Bahrain. It has been a forgettable time for the Milton Keynes-based marque, who enjoyed their most productive day on Friday...

  • Red Bull improve on day two in Bahrain

    Struggling Red Bull had cause for optimism following day two of Formula One’s final pre-season test in Bahrain yesterday, with Daniel Ricciardo recording the team’s fastest lap in six days of testing in the Middle East. Using modified ‘emergency’...

  • Button backing London GP

    Jenson Button believes Formula One’s “dream” of a grand prix around the streets of London could yet become reality. Twenty months ago plans for a race through the streets of the capital were aired by British Grand Prix sponsors Santander. Via CGI...

  • F1 chief dismisses NASCAR objection

    Bernie Ecclestone has defended the position of the United States Grand Prix on this year’s Formula One calendar after coming under fire from the man due to run a NASCAR event on the same weekend. The race at Austin’s Circuit of the Americas (COTA)...

  • Renault running ‘weeks behind’ as season looms

    Renault have revealed they are still “weeks behind” as the new Formula One season looms large on the horizon. The French manufacturing giant have endured a range of issues over the course of pre-season testing to date, both in Jerez last month and...

  • Brazilian Nasr gets reserve role at Williams

    Felipe Massa’s Williams Formula One team have signed another Brazilian with Felipe Nasr joining the former world champions as test and reserve driver for 2014. Williams said the 21-year-old would take part in three tests this year (including the...

  • Massa ‘positive’ after Schumi visit

    Felipe Massa feels “very positive” about Michael Schumacher’s condition following a recent visit to see the F1 champion in hospital. It is now approaching eight weeks since Schumacher was placed in an induced coma following a skiing accident in...

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