Jean-Eric Vergne believes staying on at Toro Rosso for 2015 would be in the best interests of both Red … More »Formula 1 - Vergne thinks he is best option for STR
Jules Bianchi's condition remains unchanged, with the French Formula 1 driver remaining critical … More »Formula 1 - Bianchi remains critical but stable
Jules Bianchi remains “critical but stable” and there is “no new information to give”, his family said … More »Formula 1 - Jules Bianchi 'critical but stable', say family
Mercedes has promised Lewis Hamilton that it will not even consider other Formula 1 drivers for 2016 … More »Formula 1 - Mercedes says Hamilton deal a priority
European Formula 3 champion Esteban Ocon impressed Ferrari during a Formula 1 test at Fiorano on Wednesday, … More »Formula 1 - Ocon impresses in Ferrari F1 test
The absence of Caterham and Marussia when Formula 1 regroups at Austin will force the sport to ask whether … More »Formula 1 - F1 cost crisis - What happens next
Formula 1 is still paying the price for the negativity fuelled earlier this year by senior figures within … More »Formula 1 - Negativity still hurting F1 - Prost
Statistics for Sunday's U.S. More »Formula 1 - Statistics for the U.S. Formula One Grand Prix
Lewis Hamilton will be aiming for a big win in Texas this weekend, even if the Formula One starting grid … More »Formula 1 - PREVIEW-Hamilton aims to make it 10 in Texas
Renault has backed Ferrari in suggesting that lifting Formula 1's engine freeze will not lead to … More »Formula 1 - Renault backs Ferrari on engine freeze
Closed cockpits returned to the Formula 1 agenda after Jules Bianchi's Japanese Grand Prix accident, … More »Formula 1 - Analysis: Could F1 canopies work?
Lotus owner Gerard Lopez says his squad had to switch from Renault to Mercedes engines in order to return … More »Formula 1 - Lotus: Mercedes too good to pass up
With the Caterham and Marussia teams recently going into administration, the Formula 1 grid will be down … More »Formula 1 - Opinion: Is Formula 1 in crisis?
More teams could follow Caterham and Marussia into administration or failure, Max Mosley warned on M … More »Formula 1 - More F1 teams could go bust, warns Max Mosley
Matt Parry described his prize McLaren Formula 1 test as a "phenomenal" experience after completing … More »Formula 1 - Parry completes McLaren prize test
Marussia will definitely not compete in this weekend's United States Grand Prix, administrators appointed … More »Formula 1 - Marussia goes into administration
Former Formula 1 world champion Alain Prost believes the crash between Mercedes team-mates at the Belgian … More »Formula 1 - Spa clash changed title battle - Prost
The Marussia Formula One team have followed rivals Caterham into administration, administrators FRP advisory … More »Formula 1 - Marussia follow Caterham into administration
Felipe Massa reckons Kimi Raikkonen's struggles compared to Ferrari team-mate Fernando Alonso this … More »Formula 1 - Massa: Raikkonen outpsyched by Alonso
The struggling Caterham and Marussia Formula One teams will both miss next week's U.S. More »Formula 1 - Caterham and Marussia to miss next race -Ecclestone
Caterham is now almost certain to miss the United States and Brazilian Grands Prix as its administrators … More »Formula 1 - Caterham set to miss next two races as crisis deepens
The chaos around Caterham F1 Team deepened on Friday after they entered administration, and a bailiffs … More »Formula 1 - Caterham enter administration, parts 'put up for sale on Twitter'