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Thursday Press Conference

Malaysian GP - Thursday Press Conference

Hulkenberg linked with Force India exit?

Nico Hulkenberg on Thursday reacted with surprise to rumours linking him with a surprise switch to Renault.

Mercedes can win team title in Malaysia

Mercedes could wrap up the constructors' world championship this weekend in Malaysia, with five clear races then to follow.

Ferrari disoriented after Allison exit says Stewart

Ferrari is "disoriented", F1 legend Sir Jackie Stewart has surmised.

F1 pundits eye Hamilton vs Rosberg title battle

Although Mercedes is on the cusp of wrapping up the constructors' title, the battle for the drivers' crown is still wide open.

Ericsson fit to race after bicycle crash

Marcus Ericsson is bruised and battered but fit to race in Malaysia this weekend.

Three provisional races on 2017 calendar

Three of the 21 grands prix scheduled for 2017 have been given only provisional status on the newly-published race calendar.

Berger doubts 2017 revolution right for F1

F1 legend Gerhard Berger has questioned whether the 2017 rules revolution is the right path for the sport.

Silly season firing for Sainz and Perez

The driver 'silly season' is still bubbling away in the F1 paddock.


Kubica eyes Le Mans

Robert Kubica is looking to step up his return to circuit racing by targeting Le Mans.

Teams agree rule changes for 2017

F1 teams and the FIA have agreed a swathe of rule changes to be sent to the decision-making strategy group for approval.

BMW decides against F1 return

German carmaker BMW has made clear it is content for now outside of formula one.

Berger hopes F1 avoids power struggle

F1 legend Gerhard Berger has backed the sale of the sport's commercial rights to American mogul John Malone's Liberty Media.

Barcelona not confirming pre-season dates

Barcelona is not yet confirming officially that pre-season testing will take place at the Circuit de Catalunya early next year.

Magnussen wants to stay at Renault

Kevin Magnussen is hoping to stay with Renault so that 2016 is not a "lost" year.


Pirelli begins to bring down high pressures

Pirelli is beginning to ramp down its controversially high compulsory minimum tyre pressures, according to Germany's Auto Motor und Sport.

Tost plays down Sainz to Renault rumours

Toro Rosso chief Franz Tost does not believe the Faenza based team will lose Carlos Sainz.

McLaren-Honda ready to win

McLaren-Honda is expecting to match engine pacesetters Mercedes next year.

EU politician questions F1's Liberty sale

A European politician has questioned whether F1's high profile sale to Liberty Media should be allowed to proceed.

Rosberg has chance to win 2016 title says Berger

Gerhard Berger says he is ready to sit back and watch Mercedes' two stars fight it out for the 2016 title.

Kubica tested in Renault F1 simulator

Robert Kubica recently tested in Renault's F1 simulator, team boss Frederic Vasseur has admitted.

Prost backs Ocon amid Renault rumours

F1 legend Alain Prost has backed his countryman Esteban Ocon to keep climbing the sport's ladder.

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