7 JULY 2015

Former boss says Ferrari should oust Raikkonen

The pressure is continuing to pile on Kimi Raikkonen.

Bottas hits back at exaggerated claims

Felipe Massa has hit back at claims he spoiled Williams' shot at victory at the British grand prix.

Fan survey too late for immediate impact

The fan survey commissioned by F1 drivers may have come 'too late' to make an immediate difference.

Hamilton's lucky pitstop call annoying says Rosberg

Lewis Hamilton simply lucked into the perfect strategy call that raced him to victory at Silverstone.

F1 ratings improve in struggling German market

Things could be looking up in formula one, mere days after urgent calls were being made to end a 'crisis'.

Marko hits back at Verstappen rumours

Dr Helmut Marko has hit back at speculation Red Bull could lose Max Verstappen to a key rival after just a single season in F1.

Aston Martin says F1 project improbable

Aston Martin chief Andy Palmer has played down speculation the British carmaker is set to enter formula one.

Alonso plays down turn off TV advice

Fernando Alonso has clarified his comments, after suggesting "bored" McLaren fans should "turn off the TV until next year".

Lotus dodges winding up petition in court

Reports of financial strife at Lotus have resurfaced this week.

Ferrari's title dream slipping away again

Ferrari may be slipping back into old habits, the worried Italian media observed after the British grand prix.

6 JULY 2015

Bottas hopes for future clarity by Monza

Even Carlos Sainz has found himself embroiled in the increasingly explosive 'silly season'.

Dennis not fair to call Jordan idiot says Coulthard

Ron Dennis has returned fire after his old contemporary Eddie Jordan slammed McLaren's "arrogance".

Crisis off after Silverstone thriller?

A single exciting grand prix was the perfect antidote amid F1's so-called 'crisis'.

Did team orders cost Williams the win?

After launching off the grid and into the lead, Williams was left to rue an opportunity lost in Sunday's British grand prix.

Arrivabene wants calm Raikkonen amid speculation

If the British grand prix changed the course of Kimi Raikkonen's future, Maurizio Arrivabene is not saying.

Race Report - Unpredictably predictable

British GP - Race Report

Wolff not ruling out Red Bull engine deal

All sides came out fighting on Saturday following speculation Red Bull is set for a sensational switch to Mercedes power.

5 JULY 2015

Race Notes - Hamilton wins third British GP

British GP - Race Notes

Sunday Photos

British GP - Sunday Photos

Sunday Press Conference

British GP - Sunday Press Conference

Sunday Team Quotes

British GP - Sunday Team Quotes

Race Results

British GP - Race Results

Red Bull in talks with Aston Martin?

Aston Martin could be Red Bull's ticket back to the front of the grid.

Ecclestone says he, Mackenzie, could buy F1

Yet another potential buyer for F1's commercial rights has emerged.

Raikkonen not happy despite race seat boost

Kimi Raikkonen insisted he took no joy or repose from his performance on Saturday.

McLaren's Arai, Boullier asked if it's time to go

As McLaren-Honda's 2015 season goes from worse to woeful, questions about the men in charge are now being asked.

Wolff open to letting rivals catch up

Even dominant Mercedes might be willing to facilitate change amid F1's so-called 'crisis'.

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Straight Talk - Hulkenberg back in the game

By Luis Vasconcelos

Formula One can be a funny old business, particularly when it comes to drivers choices - mainly about the way some top teams make decisions that can cost them Grand Prix victories and even World Championships.

Straight Talk - Customer Cars - a bad solution

By Luis Vasconcelos

The complete lack of strategy from the Formula One Strategic Group has been overtly exposed recently. I honestly suspect the reason the FIA decided to publish the conclusions of the Group's meeting before the Monaco Grand Prix was to finally show to the world that having six teams sitting in the same room in the hope they'll come up with a logical new set of rules is useless, because they either fail to agree on anything or approve measures that are not possible to introduce.

Straight Talk - Has anyone seen the FIA?

By Luis Vasconcelos

The last time I looked, the series I've been covering for nearly three decades was called the FIA Formula One World Championship. But when it comes to making the rules in Formula One, the Federation seems to be largely absent.

Straight Talk - Audi closes in on f1 entry

By Luis Vasconcelos

Audi's long awaited arrival in the Formula One World Championship got one step closer recently with Ferdinand Piech's forced decision to resign from the Board of Directors of the Volkswagen Group.

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