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  • Ferrari quash exit rumours

    Ferrari quash exit rumours

    Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo has hit out at the suggestions Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen will leave the team at the end of the season. Both former world champions Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen have reportedly claimed they could...

  • Rivalry won’t boil over – Wolff

    Rivalry won’t boil over – Wolff

    Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff is confident the simmering rivalry between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will not boil over and has revealed the pair may be allowed to duel for the F1 title. German Rosberg leads the drivers’ standings on 202...

  • Williams hope to end win drought in Formula One

    Williams hope to end win drought in Formula One

    Williams’s top brass believe the team’s upward curve this season will result in a long-overdue victory. The Grove-based marque have re-emerged over the past few months as a force to be reckoned with, scoring 77 points in the last four races. That...

  • German bank rejects Ecclestone deal

    German bank rejects Ecclestone deal

    A German bank that once held a major stake in Formula One has rejected Bernie Ecclestone's offer of a €25 million settlement in a dispute over the sale of that stake. Earlier this week, a Munich court dropped a bribery case against Ecclestone...

  • Raikkonen has faith in Ferrari

    Raikkonen has faith in Ferrari

    Kimi Raikkonen has firm belief that Ferrari can again turn him into a grand prix winner – just not this year. Raikkonen’s return to Maranello this season has been a bitter disappointment as it was firmly expected he would provide team-mate...

  • Ecclestone turns focus back to F1 after trial in Munich

    Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone is again ready to run Formula One on a full-time basis after ridding himself of what he described as “three-and-a-half years of aggravation”. After spending three months on trial in a Munich district court on...

  • Wolff revises team directives policy

    Wolff revises team directives policy

    Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has implemented a new code of conduct with regard to team orders for drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. Wolff was forced to act following events that unfolded during the Hungarian Grand Prix at the end of...

  • Rookie Magnussen hails his McLaren team-mate Button

    Kevin Magnussen has hailed the impact McLaren team-mate Jenson Button has so far had on his burgeoning F1 career. In his rookie campaign Magnussen has performed creditably, although he has yet to again scale the heady heights of his debut race...

  • Melbourne strikes deal to keep Australian GP until 2020

    Melbourne strikes deal to keep Australian GP until 2020

    Melbourne has secured the Australian Formula One Grand Prix until 2020 after striking a new deal that will reduce the taxpayer subsidy of around $50 million a year, the head of the Victoria state government said yesterday. The race, which has been...

  • Hamilton heads into F1 break on a high

    Hamilton heads into F1 break on a high

    Lewis Hamilton heads into Formula One’s summer break with a smile on his face after believing he has proven himself in times of adversity. Hamilton could have been cut severely adrift of Mercedes team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg in the...

  • Massa optimistic for rest of Formula One season

    Massa optimistic for rest of Formula One season

    Felipe Massa is convinced Williams can push world cham-pionship leaders Mercedes all the way when Formula One returns from its summer break. Williams have been a revelation this year, scoring almost as many points in the first 11 races as they...

  • Russian F1 circuit now nearing completion

    The Russian F1 Grand Prix circuit is drawing close to completion ahead of the inaugural race due to take place in early October. Despite recent calls for the event to be cancelled following the loss of 298 people on board the Malaysia Airlines...

  • Ecclestone trial may conclude early

    Ecclestone trial may conclude early

    Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone's trial could be concluded as early as next week, Press Association Sport understands. Ecclestone went on trial in Munich in April charged with bribery of a German banker, and incitement to breach of trust. In...

  • Lauda questions Briatore return

    Lauda questions Briatore return

    Niki Lauda has questioned the wisdom of Flavio Briatore’s return to Formula One as the potential head of a group designed to increase the sport’s popularity. Briatore is the former Renault team principal forced out of F1 for his involvement in the...

  • Red Bull’s Ricciardo won’t give up on title

    Red Bull’s Ricciardo won’t give up on title

    Daniel Ricciardo is refusing to rule himself out of the hunt for this year’s Formula One world title until the mathematics say otherwise. Other than Mercedes duo Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, Ricciardo is the only driver to have taken the...

  • Second not good enough says Ferrari’s Mattiacci

    Second not good enough says Ferrari’s Mattiacci

    Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci has demanded no one in his team shuts down mentally during Formula One’s summer break. Via the regulations all teams are required to close their factories for two weeks during which time no work is undertaken...

  • Hamilton team order came from panic, says Mercedes chief Lauda

    Hamilton team order came from panic, says Mercedes chief Lauda

    Mercedes panicked in asking Lewis Hamilton to move over for Nico Rosberg in Sunday’s Hungarian Grand Prix and the Briton was right to ignore the request, according to Niki Lauda. The Formula One team’s non-executive chairman, himself a triple...

  • Australian Ricciardo wins dramatic Hungarian GP

    Australian Ricciardo wins dramatic Hungarian GP

    Australian Daniel Ricciardo won the Hungarian Grand Prix for Red Bull yesterday while Lewis Hamilton roared from pitlane to podium in another astonishing performance by the Mercedes driver. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso was second and championship...

  • Australian Ricciardo wins dramatic Hungarian Grand Prix

    Australian Ricciardo wins dramatic Hungarian Grand Prix

    Australian Daniel Ricciardo won the Hungarian Formula One Grand Prix for Red Bull. Ferrari's Fernando Alonso was second with Britain's Lewis Hamilton, who started last and from the pitlane, third for Mercedes. Championship leader Nico Rosberg, who...

  • Rosberg on pole, Hamilton on fire

    Rosberg on pole, Hamilton on fire

    Formula One world champion-ship leader Nico Rosberg took pole position for the Hungarian Grand Prix yesterday while Mercedes team-mate and title rival Lewis Hamilton saw his hopes go up in flames. Hamilton, 14 points behind Rosberg after 10 races,...

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