30 JULY 2014

F1 looking ahead to summer shutdown

Tired faces left the Hungaroring paddock last Sunday looking forward to a break.

Caterham vows to sue sacked F1 staff

Caterham has hit back after it emerged sacked staff are moving to sue the backmarker team's new management.

Mexico could be double points finale in 2015

Mexico could close next year's world championship with a 'double points' finale.

29 JULY 2014

Ecclestone says F1 to scrap 2015 grid restarts

Bernie Ecclestone says F1 will abandon its highly controversial plan for standing re-starts after safety car periods from 2015.

Ferrari denies Pat Fry axed

Ferrari on Tuesday denied reports Pat Fry has been sacked.

Ecclestone offers EUR 25m to settle bribery case

Bernie Ecclestone is willing to pay EUR 25 million to settle the corruption case, media reports said on Tuesday.

Rosberg admits Hamilton cost him Hungary win

Mercedes chiefs are heading into the month-long summer break scratching their heads at how to deal with an escalating driver battle.

Hired to race not obey team orders

Lewis Hamilton has hit back at suggestions he was wrong to ignore team orders during Sunday's Hungarian grand prix.

Wolff denies Mercedes will punish Hamilton

Toto Wolff has dismissed suggestions Mercedes will sanction Lewis Hamilton for ignoring team orders in Hungary.

F1 to look at rules to stop negativity says Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone thinks formula one needs to act now to prevent a downward trend of unpopularity.

Villeneuve makes comments for the headlines

Jacques Villeneuve makes comments designed deliberately to trigger sensational headlines.

28 JULY 2014

Race Report - Somebody forgot to tell him

Hungarian GP - Race Report

Mercedes to rethink team orders after Hamilton defiance

Mercedes has moved to put the intensifying battle between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg behind closed doors.

Red Bull barracking for Lotus' Renault exit

Christian Horner is barracking for Lotus to switch to customer Mercedes power for the 2015 season.

Raikkonen eyes better Ferrari for 2015

Kimi Raikkonen was looking ahead to 2015 rather than seeing Sunday's Hungarian grand prix as the start of an immediate Ferrari revival.

Hamilton angling for new EUR 90m contract

Lewis Hamilton is angling for a pay-rise at Mercedes, the major German newspaper Bild-Zeitung reports.

Alonso, Hamilton say Ricciardo among F1's best

Daniel Ricciardo has joined the upper echelon of F1's best drivers.

27 JULY 2014

New war erupts between F1 teams and media

Lewis Hamilton versus Nico Rosberg is not the only raging battle in formula one.

Title battle sizzles in Hungary thriller

A thriller at the Hungaroring has thrown fresh fuel on the simmering relations between Mercedes' championship rivals and teammates.

Race Notes - Ricciardo wins Hungarian GP

Hungarian GP - Race Notes

Sunday Photos

Hungarian GP - Sunday Photos

Sunday Press Conference

Hungarian GP - Sunday Press Conference

Sunday Team Quotes

Hungarian GP - Sunday Team Quotes

Race Results

Hungarian GP - Race Results

Mercedes builds Hamilton all-new car for race

Lewis Hamilton will be at the wheel of a shiny new Mercedes in Sunday's Hungarian grand prix.

Raikkonen says Ferrari must address weaknesses

Kimi Raikkonen has urged Ferrari to improve, after the team's blunder cost him a competitive grid spot for the Hungarian grand prix.

Marko playing contract poker with Vettel says Lauda

Niki Lauda has accused fellow Austrian and F1 rival Dr Helmut Marko of playing games to secure the services of world champion Sebastian Vettel.

Honda targeting wins for McLaren return

Honda is targeting nothing other than victory as it prepares to return to formula one in 2015.

Massa bemoans spare parts struggle in Hungary

Felipe Massa insists he was beaten in Hungary only because his car was not up to par with his on-form Williams teammate Valtteri Bottas.

Briatore to inject more show into F1?

Bernie Ecclestone sees friend Flavio Briatore as the key to rescuing formula one's flagging 'show'.

Lotus performance spurs Grosjean exit rumours

Romain Grosjean has admitted Lotus' lack of competitiveness in 2014 is driving rumours he could be set to leave the Enstone team.

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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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