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  • McLaren opt against FRIC in Germany

    McLaren are to avoid any controversy in this weekend’s German Grand Prix by opting not to run the potentially illegal FRIC suspension system. FIA race director Charlie Whiting caused a stir amongst the teams last week when he sent a letter...

  • McLaren not worried over FIA action

    McLaren not worried over FIA action

    McLaren racing director Eric Boullier believes the FIA’s potential in-season ban on a clever suspension device will impact on some teams more than others. FIA race director Charlie Whiting caused a stir amongst the teams this week when he sent a...

  • Rosberg is not really a German, jokes Hamilton

    Rosberg is not really a German, jokes Hamilton

    Lewis Hamilton has aimed another little dig at Formula One title rival Nico Rosberg by jokingly suggesting ahead of next week’s German Grand Prix that it is not his Mercedes team-mate’s home race. Hamilton enjoyed huge support on his way to...

  • McLaren set for record budget in season 2015

    McLaren are to operate in 2015 with the biggest budget in the team’s history. McLaren Group CEO Ron Dennis confirmed at the start of this season his organisation were digging deeper into their pockets than ever before in order to compete this...

  • Change under way at Ferrari, says Mattiacci

    Change under way at Ferrari, says Mattiacci

    Ferrari will be a different Formula One team next year with changes already being made at Maranello, principal Marco Mattiacci said after Sunday’s British Grand Prix. Fernando Alonso finished only sixth for the Italian team at Silverstone while...

  • Horner praises Mansell over duel

    Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has praised Nigel Mansell for allowing Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso to go wheel-to-wheel in Sunday’s British GP. Vettel and Alonso thrilled the packed grandstands at Silverstone with a stunning duel...

  • Hamilton wins at home

    Hamilton wins at home

    Lewis Hamilton won his home British Grand Prix yesterday and slashed Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg’s Formula One lead to four points after the German retired for the first time this season. Hamilton, who last won at Silverstone in his 2008...

  • Hugo Boss to leave McLaren for Mercedes

    German fashion brand Hugo Boss is set to end its association with the McLaren F1 team, one of the longest running partnerships in sport, to link up with championship-leading rivals Mercedes next year. The McLaren-Hugo Boss partnership dates back...

  • F1 leader Rosberg retires from British Grand Prix

    F1 leader Rosberg retires from British Grand Prix

    Formula One championship leader Nico Rosberg retired from the British Grand Prix after suffering problems with his Mercedes gearbox. The German led British team mate and title rival Lewis Hamilton by 29 points before the start, with 10 races...

  • F1: Kimi crashes out on opening lap

    F1: Kimi crashes out on opening lap

    Kimi Raikkonen hobbled away from his broken Ferrari following a nasty first-lap smash at the British Grand Prix. Starting from 18th on the grid at Silverstone following a miserable qualifying session for the Maranello marque, Raikkonen was...

  • Hugo Boss to leave McLaren F1 team for Mercedes

    German fashion brand Hugo Boss is set to end its association with the McLaren Formula One team, one of the longest running partnerships in sport, to link up with championship-leading rivals Mercedes next year. The McLaren-Hugo Boss partnership...

  • Hamilton makes wrong call, Rosberg on pole

    Hamilton makes wrong call, Rosberg on pole

    Formula One championship leader Nico Rosberg made the right call to take pole position while Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton got it all wrong at the British Grand Prix yesterday. As Hamilton aborted his last lap, assuming he could not improve on...

  • Updated: Rosberg claims Silverstone pole

    Updated: Rosberg claims Silverstone pole

    Championship leader Nico Rosberg grabbed pole position for the British Grand Prix from a crazy qualifying session at Silverstone to again put Lewis Hamilton in the shade. Hamilton was on course for top spot on the grid approaching the dying stages...

  • Hamilton out to make country proud

    Hamilton out to make country proud

    Lewis Hamilton is hoping the only high he enjoys this weekend will be that of a British Grand Prix victory. Hamilton arrived at Silverstone on Thursday plagued by a severe bout of hayfever and dosed up on medication. The 29-year-old even took a...

  • Mixed fortunes for Hamilton at Silverstone

    Lewis Hamilton may have finished top of the timesheet in practice for tomorrow’s British GP but the home hero was left to ponder the latest failure to his Mercedes. Two retirements this season – in the opening race in Australia and again in Canada...

  • Hamilton hopes to ‘home’ in on Rosberg’s 29-point lead

    Hamilton hopes to ‘home’ in on Rosberg’s 29-point lead

    Silverstone celebrates its 50th grand prix this weekend with all eyes on Lewis Hamilton as the home favourite with a real chance of winning a race he cannot afford to lose. It has been six years since Lewis Hamilton won at home in Britain and the...

  • Struggling Renault ring the changes

    Struggling Renault ring the changes

    Renault Sport have announced a series of changes in a bid to turn around their ailing season. After 29 years with Renault, Jean-Michel Jalinier has decided to retire for personal reasons, relinquishing his roles as president and managing director...

  • Fernandes sells Caterham team and quits Formula One

    Malaysian aviation entrepreneur Tony Fernandes ended an unhappy Formula One adventure yesterday by selling his struggling Caterham team to a group of Swiss and Middle Eastern investors with former driver Christijan Albers at the helm. The team...

  • Ecclestone casts doubt on Monza’s F1 future

    Monza, home of the Italian Formula One Grand Prix since the first championship in 1950, risks being dropped from the calendar after 2016, according to Bernie Ecclestone. The sport’s 83-year-old commercial supremo, who is facing bribery charges at...

  • F1 to use standing race restarts from grid in 2015

    Safety car periods will be followed by standing race restarts from the grid next season, Formula One’s governing body announced yesterday. The measure, which replaces rolling restarts, is aimed at making grands prix more exciting but has been...

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