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  • FIA begins search for engine supplier

    FIA begins search for engine supplier

    Formula One’s governing body has started a process to try to secure a cheaper alternative engine supplier to the main manufacturers from 2017. The FIA said yesterday that it was seeking expressions of interest by November 23 in what would be a...

  • Rosberg out to deny Hamilton a first win in Brazilian GP

    Rosberg out to deny Hamilton a first win in Brazilian GP

    Triple world champion Lewis Hamilton has never won the Brazilian Grand Prix and Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg intends to keep it that way for another year “With all due respect to his ambitions, I want to win there as well,” said Nico Rosberg,...

  • Hamilton owns up to car accident in Monaco

    Hamilton owns up to car accident in Monaco

    Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton has revealed he was involved in a car accident in Monaco on Monday and said he wanted to take responsibility for the incident to prevent people from making a “quick buck” out of it. Hamilton delayed his...

  • Future of US GP in doubt

    Future of US GP in doubt

    Formula One’s commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone has expressed concern for the future of the US Grand Prix in Austin following the reduction of a Texas state subsidy. “If it’s changed, it’s going to be difficult to continue the race in Austin,”...

  • Lotus ‘well progressed’ with 2016 F1 car

    Lotus say next year’s Formula One car is coming along well while they wait for Renault to finalise an expected takeover of the financially-struggling team. “We’re well progressed through the design process and most of the layout has been done,”...

  • Hamilton wants to salute hero Senna with victory in Brazil

    Lewis Hamilton says a win in Brazil would be a “salute” to Ayrton Senna as the newly-crowned triple world champion targets a first victory in his idol’s homeland. Hamilton, who has already amassed an unassailable lead in the Formula One...

  • Button signs up for the Race of Champions

    McLaren’s Jenson Button has become the latest Formula One driver to sign up to the Race of Champions in London later this month. Button, the 2009 world champion, joins four-time F1 champion Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo at the event which...

  • Susie Wolff to retire from motor sport

    Susie Wolff to retire from motor sport

    Britain’s Susie Wolff, the first woman driver in 22 years to take part in a Formula One grand prix weekend, yesterday announced her retirement from motorsport at the end of the year. The 32-year-old Williams development driver accepted her dream...

  • British F1 track intruder jailed in Singapore

    A British national who walked on to the track during Singapore's Formula One night race while cars were hurtling towards him at about 280kph has been jailed for six weeks. Yogvitam Pravin Dhokia, 27, pleaded guilty to committing a rash act which...

  • Nico Rosberg has that winning feeling again

    Nico Rosberg has that winning feeling again

    After failing to convert his last three pole positions into victory, and making the mistake that helped Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton clinch his third world championship in Texas, Nico Rosberg needed to feel like a winner again. In Mexico on...

  • Ferrari experience the lows after the highs

    Ferrari ended a 20-race scoring run on Sunday in a Mexican Grand Prix that had promised much but ended with their first double retirement of the Formula One season. “Over the course of the current season we had already managed to touch the sky,”...

  • Rosberg back to winning ways

    Rosberg back to winning ways

    Nico Rosberg bounced back from the error that ended his championship hopes in Austin to win yesterday’s Mexican Grand Prix. Rosberg controlled the race, despite a late safety car appearance after Sebastian Vettel crashed out, to claim his first...

  • Schumacher still fighting, says Todt

    Lewis Hamilton’s third Formula One world championship also serves as a reminder of how remarkable Michael Schumacher’s achievements were, his former Ferrari boss Jean Todt said yesterday. The German is still receiving intensive treatment at home...

  • Rosberg wins in Mexico a week after title defeat

    Rosberg wins in Mexico a week after title defeat

    Nico Rosberg won the Mexican Grand Prix for Mercedes as Formula One made a lively return to the country after a 23-year absence. The German's fourth victory of the year, and 12th of his career, ended team mate Lewis Hamilton's three-race winning...

  • Rosberg takes pole in Mexico

    Rosberg takes pole in Mexico

    Nico Rosberg will start on pole for today’s Mexican GP (start: 8pm) after edging out Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton, yesterday. Rosberg was 0.188 seconds faster than Hamilton while Sebastian Vettel will start from third for Ferrari. Hamilton,...

  • Mansell is backing Hamilton to challenge Schumi’s haul of F1 titles

    Lewis Hamilton will get “very close” to matching Michael Schumacher’s record haul of seven Formula One titles, according to Nigel Mansell. Hamilton joined the pantheon of all-time grand prix greats by winning his third championship in Austin on...

  • Perez ready for career highlight

    Perez ready for career highlight

    Some F1 drivers never experience the pride and passion of racing in a home grand prix, their countries unlikely ever to appear on the calendar, but Mexican Sergio Perez will not be one of them after this weekend. His country is making its return...

  • Hamilton just wants to have fun now

    Hamilton just wants to have fun now

    Lewis Hamilton will be in it to win it this weekend as Mexico makes its return to the Formula One calendar after a 23-year absence. With his third world championship secured in Texas last weekend, along with his 10th victory of the season, the...

  • Ferrari vetoed engine cost proposal – FIA

    Ferrari vetoed Formula One cost reduction measures that in-cluded a proposal to set a maximum price for the engines and gearboxes manufacturers supply to customer teams, the governing FIA said. The International Automobile Federation said it had...

  • Hamilton reveals pride at equalling Senna’s tally

    Hamilton reveals pride at equalling Senna’s tally

    Lewis Hamilton has no burning desire to emulate any other driver in Formula One’s glittering history after he matched Ayrton Senna’s haul of three world championships on Sunday. Hamilton, who has spoken of his admiration for the great Brazilian...

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