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Wolff: Hamilton edge over Rosberg tiny
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff has no doubt Nico Rosberg will find his feet and form this season and give team-mate Lewis Hamilton a run for his money, in the battle for the Formula 1 world title
Monday 4 May 2015

Lotus has 'turned corner' financially
Lotus CEO Matthew Carter claims the Formula 1 team have "financially turned a corner" just over a year on from being forced to implement crisis cost cuts
Monday 4 May 2015

McLaren sees Monaco as big chance
Jenson Button suspects that the Monaco Grand Prix will give the McLaren-Honda Formula 1 team its best chance to achieve an upset in the first part of the 2015 season
Sunday 3 May 2015

Haas will not be Ferrari 'B-team'
The new Haas Formula 1 outfit says it will not be a Ferrari 'B-team' when it makes its debut next season despite having a technical partnership with the Scuderia
Saturday 2 May 2015

Lotus plans 'significant' upgrades
The Lotus Formula 1 team is aiming to bring a "reasonably significant" package of upgrades to next weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, according to technical director Nick Chester
Friday 1 May 2015

Big updates unlikely for Toro Rosso
Carlos Sainz Jr says Toro Rosso is likely to only have a series of small upgrades for the rest of the 2015 Formula 1 season
Friday 1 May 2015 increases free access
Registered users can now get 60 free stories per month on from the start of May 2015
Friday 1 May 2015

Break will revitalise Rosberg - Stewart
Sir Jackie Stewart believes the three-week break between races will aid a "depressed" Nico Rosberg in his Formula 1 title battle with Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton
Friday 1 May 2015

Kovalainen too 'loyal' to Caterham
Former Formula 1 driver Heikki Kovalainen has admitted that he was 'too loyal' to Caterham in a move that ultimately finished his grand prix career
Thursday 30 April 2015

Sauber backs Mosley's 'revolution' idea
Sauber has thrown its weight behind Max Mosley's suggestion of Formula 1 teams being allowed greater rules freedom if they sign up to a budget cap
Thursday 30 April 2015

Ferrari urged to stay 'aggressive'
Ferrari boss Maurizio Arrivabene says his team must continue its aggressive approach to strategy if it wants to consistently beat Formula 1 rival Mercedes
Thursday 30 April 2015

What's prompted F1 calendar shake-up?
The announcement of an April start as part of a 2016 Formula 1 calendar revamp has prompted rumours of a hidden agenda from Bernie Ecclestone. JONATHAN NOBLE examines possible motivations
Wednesday 29 April 2015

Baku GP set to get July calendar slot
Formula 1's newest grand prix in Baku looks likely to get a July date next year as part of a tweaked 21-race 2016 schedule being considered by the sport's bosses
Wednesday 29 April 2015

McLaren: New upgrades policy working
The McLaren Formula 1 team's new working culture has rectified a situation in which half of its 2014 upgrades failed to work, says its racing director Eric Boullier
Wednesday 29 April 2015

Red Bull can feel chassis progress
Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes the team is making progress with its Formula 1 car despite its season being blighted by Renault engine problems
Wednesday 29 April 2015

F1 to start 2016 season in April
Formula 1 is set for its latest season start since 1988 next year, with the 2016 season-opening Australian Grand Prix scheduled for April 3 as a back-to-back with China
Tuesday 28 April 2015

Why F1 can't let a budget cap go
The idea of a budget cap has failed several times before, but Formula 1 just cannot let it go
Tuesday 28 April 2015

Silverstone wants F1 venue cooperation
Formula 1 grand prix circuits need to form an association to work together and ensure their survival on the calendar, according to Silverstone managing director Patrick Allen
Tuesday 28 April 2015

F1 urged to have 'free rules' option
Formula 1 teams should be given almost total rules freedom to design their car in exchange for signing up to a budget cap, reckons former FIA president Max Mosley
Tuesday 28 April 2015

Spotlight: Second-generation F1 racers
Seven-time Formula 1 world champion Michael Schumacher's son Mick is the latest in a long line of children trying to follow in their father's footsteps in motorsport
Tuesday 28 April 2015