9 FEBRUARY 2016

Magnussen set to split with manager

Kevin Magnussen and his long-time manager Dorte Riis Madsen are set to split, according to the Danish newspaper BT.

Ferrari has matched Mercedes power unit says Rivola

Ferrari is ready to take on Mercedes in 2016, according to the Italian marque's long-time team manager Massimo Rivola.

Ousted Maldonado not a bad driver says Palmer

2016 rookie Jolyon Palmer says he is happy to be teamed with Kevin Magnussen for his first season in F1.

Red Bull cautious on 2016 performance

Red Bull is keeping its expectations in check ahead of the new F1 season.

Titles not mandatory for Renault

F1 legend Alain Prost says it is "not mandatory" that Renault ever adds to its current tally of world championships.

Piquet jr admits F1 return chances low

Nelson Piquet jr has acknowledged that his formula one days are over for now.

Lack of money stopped F1 career says Bird

Former Mercedes tester Sam Bird says only a lack of sponsorship prevented him from making his mark in formula one.

Jorda role prompted Sorensen to quit Renault

Marco Sorensen says he quit F1's Enstone team in protest of the status of female development driver Carmen Jorda.

8 FEBRUARY 2016

Better Mercedes deserves to win says Prost

Alain Prost has hit back at the criticism of F1's 'power unit' era.

Kubica linked with Formula E move

Rumours are swirling that Robert Kubica's next career move could be back into single seaters.

McLaren would not release Vandoorne to Renault

Renault reportedly tried and failed to secure the services of Stoffel Vandoorne for 2016.

Mercedes expecting rivals to challenge in 2016

Mercedes is not sure it will dominate formula one for a third consecutive season in 2016.

Renault expecting big power leap for 2016

Renault is expecting to make a big step forward with its power unit for 2016.

Buemi still working for Red Bull

Sebastien Buemi says he is still a part of Red Bull's F1 programme.

New Ferrari to debut before Barcelona test

Ferrari's 2016 car will make its track debut one day before official winter action kicks off.

Magnussen and girlfriend victims of stalking

Kevin Magnussen has been at the centre of a stalking case, the Danish newspaper BT reported.

Vergne to replace Gutierrez as reserve

Jean-Eric Vergne could be set to step into the reserve driver role at Ferrari.

Monza eyes new F1 deal before Melbourne

Monza is hoping to secure a new formula one race deal for the future before the start of the 2016 season.

Briatore rules out returning to current F1

Flavio Briatore has ruled out returning to formula one for now.

Red Bull to be strong with Renault power says Vasseur

The Renault works team is expecting Red Bull to perform well in 2016.

Caterham collapse probes taking place?

Investigations into the collapse and attempted revival of Caterham in late 2014 are underway.

Manor chances looking positive says Rossi

Alexander Rossi says his chances of a Manor race seat for 2016 are "looking good".

F1 banker Gribkowsky to leave jail

Gerhard Gribkowsky is set to be released from jail.

Merhi linked with Renault test role

Roberto Merhi is still not ruling out keeping a role in formula one for 2016.

Booth, Lowdon launch Le Mans team

Former Manor F1 chiefs John Booth and Graeme Lowdon are continuing their motor racing adventure in Le Mans endurance sports cars.

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Straight Talk - What the Renault deal means

By Luis Vasconcelos

We are just one week away from Renault finally completing the buyout of the Lotus Formula One team, after a gestation period of about eleven months, with the good news being that one of the historic Formula One outfits will not only remain on the grid but will have a good enough budget to return to the front of the field in the near future.

Straight Talk - What are the risks of playing hardball?

By Luis Vasconcelos

It's on! The FIA has decided to challenge the four manufacturers currently involved in Formula One after they declined to bring down the price demanded for their Power Units. Without any consultation with the Formula One Strategic Group, any vote on the Formula One Commission, or submitting a proposal to the World Council for Motor Sports, the FIA has invited independent manufacturers to declare their interest in being the sole suppliers of alternative engines to the Formula One teams from 2017 to 2019.

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