30 OCTOBER 2014

Thursday Press Conference

United States GP - Thursday Press Conference

Forza Rossa project still alive after Caterham collapse

With Caterham now in administration, the backmarker's former management may be returning its focus to the Forza Rossa project.

Berger advises Ferrari to keep Alonso

With Ferrari currently having three champion drivers under contract, speculation about Fernando Alonso's future continues to run wild.

Vettel's younger brother starts racing career

Sebastian Vettel's younger brother is kicking off his own motor racing career.

Stewards to rule on Austin qualifying tweak?

F1 is heading awkwardly into the US grand prix weekend, following the collapse of the two backmarkers Caterham and Marussia.

Audi confirms Domenicali signing

Audi has confirmed the signing of former Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali.

10 percent of Ferrari to be listed on stock exchange

Ferrari will be floated on the stock exchange next year.

F1 to end US GP Nascar clash in 2015

F1 looks set to end its controversial clash with a Nascar race in the same state of Texas for the 2015 season.

Austin track gets Kvyat's flag colours wrong

Organisers of the US grand prix face an embarrassing explanation after botching the details above Daniil Kvyat's garage at Austin.

29 OCTOBER 2014

Alonso in severance standoff with Ferrari

It is perhaps the burning question in F1 at present -- what is Fernando Alonso going to do next?

Austin says Vettel qualifying absence unfortunate

Organisers of the US grand prix say world champion Sebastian Vettel's absence from qualifying this weekend is "unfortunate".

Collapsing F1 teams made mistakes says Haas

As F1's two backmarker teams collapse, 2016 newcomer Haas' plans continue to take shape.

Sainz must wait another month for Toro Rosso news

An increasingly impatient Carlos Sainz jr says he will have to wait another month for Red Bull to decide his future in formula one.

Domenicali to start work at Audi next week?

Stefano Domenicali will reportedly start work at Audi next week.

Prost doubts Renault can catch Mercedes in 2015

F1 legend Alain Prost doubts struggling engine supplier Renault can catch dominant Mercedes in 2015.

28 OCTOBER 2014

Rosberg not giving up on 2014 title

Nico Rosberg is convinced he is still in the running for the 2014 title.

Ericsson in talks with three teams about 2015

Marcus Ericsson's manager says he is in talks with three alternative teams after Caterham ran off track.

Force India avoids joining backmarkers on US bench

Force India has avoided becoming the next formula one team to drop out of this weekend's US grand prix.

Hard month for collapsing backmarker Marussia

The first, tragic blow came in the shadow of the Suzuka typhoon, when the promising talent Jules Bianchi skidded into a recovery vehicle.

27 OCTOBER 2014

Marussia now enters administration

Marussia is now being managed by administrators.

Alonso future unclear amid Audi, Lotus rumours

A major sponsor of the Lotus team has stirred up the already confusing speculation about Fernando Alonso's next move.

Brothers look to save troubled Marussia?

Marussia is not commenting on claims it will sit out the next races and is on the verge of being put into the hands of administrators.

F1 set for three-car teams as more risk collapse

F1 risks sliding into crisis and having to reinvent its very DNA as struggling backmarker teams begin to succumb to collapse.

Sainz says he deserves Toro Rosso debut

Carlos Sainz jr is convinced he should be handed his F1 debut by backer Red Bull.

Recovery vehicle driver says F1 never safe

An experienced F1 recovery vehicle driver in Brazil has defended his Japanese colleagues in the wake of Jules Bianchi's horror crash.

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