Bernie Ecclestone on Thursday showed he has not lost his sense of humour, despite the seriousness of his predicament.
A debate is raging inside Mercedes. The dominant German team declared proudly after the Bahrain grand prix that letting Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg go wheel-to-wheel in a thrilling battle was the right decision for the sport.
The criminal trial is only just beginning, but F1's board has already conceded that the Bernie Ecclestone reign is at an end.
Gerard Lopez, the owner of the Lotus team, has conceded that Mercedes is strolling to the 2014 title.
Ferrari has been told to "step up a gear" in the wake of team boss Stefano Domenicali's departure.
McLaren is planning ahead without Dan Fallows.
Fellow world champion Mika Hakkinen has criticised Sebastian Vettel for ignoring team orders.
A single word caused 'flag-gate', it has emerged.
Niki Lauda hopes Mercedes' rivals do not make it too easy for the German marque in 2014.
On the eve of a trial that could send Bernie Ecclestone to jail, formula one is having to look into its future.
Red Bull is investigating whether a fault in his chassis is causing Sebastian Vettel's 2014 trough.
Reigning world champions Red Bull have told Mercedes to "shove that three-pointed star".
Bernie Ecclestone's bribery trial begins on Thursday.
Stefano Domenicali is just Ferrari's latest "scapegoat", according to another former Ferrari team boss.
New fuel could give Red Bull a three-tenths boost next time out in Barcelona.
Kimi Raikkonen's last team boss says he is "surprised" the Finn is struggling so much at the wheel of his new F1 car.
Marussia is not planning to change its name, even though the F1 team is no longer owned by the Russian supercar maker.
Sebastian Vettel has "forgotten" how to drive something other than the best car in the field.
Niki Lauda gave Lewis Hamilton a 'money can't buy' reward for securing his first-ever F1 hat-trick -- a ride on his own private jet.
Kevin Magnussen says he is happy with the current configuration of McLaren's driver lineup.
Red Bull has advised McLaren to focus on upping its game rather than taking the reigning world champions to court.