16 SEPTEMBER 2014

Vettel, Red Bull deny Alonso seat swap

Before the long-haul flight to Singapore, world champion Sebastian Vettel and his team have denied the latest sensational 'silly season' rumour.

Ferrari's business success unrelated to F1 says Montezemolo

Luca di Montezemolo says there is no correlation between Ferrari's successes as a business as opposed to success in formula one.

Heidfeld defends Formula E after Vettel attack

Nick Heidfeld has defended the new Formula E series following criticism from within the F1 paddock.

FIA clarifies radio clampdown for F1 teams

The FIA has furnished teams with more information about how it intends to enforce its new clampdown on radio communications in Singapore and beyond.

Caldarelli rules himself out for Caterham seat

Andrea Caldarelli has counted himself out of the running to race for Caterham in the near future.

Mercedes signs reserve, Prodromou starts at McLaren

Two formula one teams had news to announce on Monday.

15 SEPTEMBER 2014

Ferrari could take $25m stake in F1

Ferrari could become the first F1 team to actually own a stake in the sport, the Telegraph reports.

Russian linked with Caterham seat for Sochi

Daniil Kvyat might not be the only Russian on the Sochi grid next month.

Alonso and Raikkonen are staying saye Marchionne

Ferrari's management revolution will have no impact on the driver lineup, new president Sergio Marchionne insists.

Red Bull's da Costa admits F1 dream over

Antonio Felix da Costa has admitted his F1 "dream" is probably over.

FIA seeking clarification on radio clampdown

Ferrari has given a cool welcome to the FIA's clampdown on radio instructions to F1 drivers.

Bianchi future unclear amid Marussia uncertainty

Jules Bianchi has revealed he is not sure he will still be driving for Marussia beyond 2014.

Schumacher at home for emotional stimulation

Michael Schumacher is being treated at home by a medical team numbering about 15, the German newspaper Bild am Sonntag reports.

12 SEPTEMBER 2014

Wolff concerned about radio crackdown, super license issue

Toto Wolff on Friday expressed concerns about F1's new radio communications clampdown.

Mercedes to correct gear ratio flaw for Singapore

Mercedes' rivals are in for some bad news -- the dominant German team looks set to pull even further ahead in Singapore and beyond.

Horner, Prost back FIA radio clampdown

Christian Horner and Alain Prost have welcomed the FIA's immediate clampdown on radio communications within formula one.

Alonso source says Montezemolo exit changes nothing

Sources close to Fernando Alonso insist this week's news from Maranello will not affect his future.

Formula E set to take on F1

As a brand new, global single seater series prepares to launch off the grid, boss Alejandro Agag insists Formula E is not trying to take on F1.

Hamilton says Pirelli too conservative at Monza

Lewis Hamilton has pointed the finger at Pirelli in the wake of last weekend's Italian grand prix.

11 SEPTEMBER 2014

No discussions about Ferrari return says Brawn

Ross Brawn on Thursday played down reports connecting him with a return to formula one.

Montezemolo exit rocks crisis-struck Ferrari

Despite securing $35 million as he walks away, Luca di Montezemolo had a tear in his eye on Wednesday as he said farewell to Ferrari.

Rosberg pressure too big at Monza says Wolff

As the conspiracy theorists circle over Nico Rosberg, a more credible theory has been put forward by the German newsmagazine Focus -- pressure.

Ghosn frustrated by Mercedes domination talk

Losing is just a "normal" part of competing, Renault chairman Carlos Ghosn insists.

F1 Fridays looming for Sirotkin, Verstappen

Teen Sergey Sirotkin will make his formula one weekend debut in his native Russia next month.

Police enforcing calm around Schumacher home

Swiss police are enforcing calm around Michael Schumacher's house.

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Feature - Pat Symonds remembers Senna: Ayrton moved the goal posts!

By Luis Vasconcelos

Ayrton Senna is best remembered for his time at McLaren, but the Brazilian started his Formula One career with Toleman, a small British team where Senna met Pat Symonds, then a young race engineer...

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