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Horner: Kvyat has been sensational
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has hailed Daniil Kvyat's Formula 1 rookie season as "sensational"
Friday 1 August 2014

Grosjean eyes Brawn-like recovery
Romain Grosjean hopes the Lotus Formula 1 team can mimic 2009 world champion outfit Brawn GP and revive its flagging fortunes next season
Friday 1 August 2014

McLaren wants long-term driver plan
McLaren says its final driver choice for next year will be based on what serves it best for its long-term Formula 1 ambitions with Honda
Friday 1 August 2014

Hungary form an anomaly - Williams
The Williams Formula 1 team's downturn in competitiveness in the Hungarian Grand Prix should be taken as a one-off, says the Grove squad's performance chief Rob Smedley
Thursday 31 July 2014

Engine chief Marmorini leaves Ferrari
Ferrari has confirmed a restructuring of its Formula 1 engine department amid its disappointing 2014 campaign
Thursday 31 July 2014

Reliability biggest Mercedes worry
The Mercedes Formula 1 team says fixing recent reliability problems is its main priority, rather than diffusing the team orders controversy at the recent Hungarian Grand Prix
Thursday 31 July 2014

Ferrari: Complete overhaul needed
The Ferrari Formula 1 team requires a "360-degree" improvement before it can get back to where it wants to be in the competitive order, according to team boss Marco Mattiacci
Thursday 31 July 2014

Lauda: F1 doesn't need Briatore
Niki Lauda insists that Formula 1 does not need former team boss Flavio Briatore to help find ways to make itself more popular
Wednesday 30 July 2014

Ex-Caterham staff refuse to back down
The sacked Caterham Formula 1 staff taking legal action against their former employer have refused to back down over their claims they were unfairly dismissed
Wednesday 30 July 2014

FRIC loss a boost for Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton thinks the loss of FRIC suspension is going to help him to come back stronger when the Formula 1 season resumes after the summer break
Wednesday 30 July 2014

Historic F1 cars join Singapore bill
A line-up of 20 iconic Formula 1 cars will race on the 2014 Singapore Grand Prix support bill this season
Wednesday 30 July 2014

F1 warned to stop controlling drivers
Formula 1 teams must stop trying to control their drivers so much if the sport is going to make them heroes again, reckons Red Bull boss Christian Horner
Wednesday 30 July 2014

Massa: Result important after shunts
Felipe Massa reckons it was crucial he scored a solid finish in last Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix to make up for his recent run of crashes in Formula 1
Wednesday 30 July 2014

Caterham takes action against ex-staff
The Caterham Formula 1 team says it is taking legal action against former staff for what it claims are "damaging" accusations made against the outfit
Tuesday 29 July 2014

Raikkonen heading in right direction
Kimi Raikkonen reckons his performance in the Hungarian Grand Prix shows there is "light at the end of the tunnel" following his difficult start to his Formula 1 season
Tuesday 29 July 2014

Horner backing Hamilton decision
Lewis Hamilton did the right thing in ignoring team orders from Mercedes at the Hungarian Grand Prix, says rival Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner
Tuesday 29 July 2014

McLaren to make strategy changes
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier has vowed to improve the way his Formula 1 team makes strategic decisions, following the blunder that cost Jenson Button in the Hungarian Grand Prix
Tuesday 29 July 2014

Wolff: Team orders difficult to judge
Mercedes has admitted that it could have been harder with Lewis Hamilton after he ignored team orders in Hungary, but it felt the situation was "difficult to judge"
Tuesday 29 July 2014

Ferrari must 'manage enthusiasm'
The Ferrari Formula 1 team must not get over-excited about Fernando Alonso's second place in Sunday's Hungarian Grand Prix, according to team principal Marco Mattiacci
Monday 28 July 2014

Speed, not strategy cost Williams
A lack of speed in cool conditions rather than strategic errors were to blame for Williams not doing better in the Hungarian Grand Prix, according to performance chief Rob Smedley
Monday 28 July 2014