25 JULY 2017

FIA gives green light for Kubica return

F1's governing body says it has no problem with Robert Kubica's impending return to the sport.

Hungary perfect for Kubica comeback says Hulkenberg

Nico Hulkenberg thinks Hungary is the perfect venue for Robert Kubica to step up his campaign to return to formula one.

Teams can no longer buy F1 shares says Liberty

F1 owner Liberty Media has closed the door on an offer to allow teams to buy into the sport.

24 JULY 2017

Vettel denies Ferrari entering crisis

Sebastian Vettel has denied Ferrari might be on the brink of a new 'crisis'.

Honda staying in F1 with McLaren says Yamamoto

Honda says it is staying in F1 with McLaren next year.

Verstappen patience could end

Max Verstappen's "patience" with Renault-powered Red Bull may eventually end.

Williams not ready for 2018 driver topic

Williams is not ready to show its hand regarding its driver lineup for 2018.

Ferrari could keep Raikkonen

Former F1 driver Ralf Schumacher can imagine Ferrari deciding to keep Kimi Raikkonen on board next year.

Halo makes F1 too safe says Audetto

Former F1 team boss Daniele Audetto has hit out at the FIA's decision to impose the controversial 'Halo' in 2018.

Villeneuve confirms Williams spat

Jacques Villeneuve has confirmed his spat with his former F1 team Williams.

Auer plays down F1 chances

DTM frontrunner Lucas Auer has played down his chances of moving into F1 next year.

21 JULY 2017

Mercedes, Red Bull slam Halo decision

Mercedes and Red Bull bosses have hit out at the FIA's decision to impose the controversial 'Halo' frontal protection concept for 2018.

20 JULY 2017

FIA mandates Halo for 2018

The controversial frontal protection concept called 'Halo' will make its mandatory debut on all formula one cars next year.

Carey wants more German teams in F1

F1 CEO Chase Carey says he wants more German carmakers to join the category.

Kubica confident he can drive 2017 car

Robert Kubica says the idea of testing this year's Renault car does not faze him.

Perez should only leave for Ferrari says Mallya

Vijay Mallya says he would be happy if Force India lines up with the same drivers next year.

19 JULY 2017

McLaren-Mercedes talks not promising says Horner

Christian Horner sees parallels between McLaren's current situation and the predicament faced by Red Bull two years ago.

Haas has control of driver decision says Steiner

Haas boss Gunther Steiner said he remains in control of the American team's driver decision for 2018.

Marchionne calls for Ferrari response

Sergio Marchionne has called for "an immediate response" from Ferrari after the British grand prix.

Williams bans Villeneuve from motor home

According to the rumour grapevine, Williams has banned its 1997 champion Jacques Villeneuve from the team's motor home at grands prix.

Former PM hopes for Dutch GP return

Former Dutch prime minister Jan Peter Balkenende says he hopes Max Verstappen can help power The Netherlands' return to the F1 calendar.

Kubica to test 2017 Renault in Hungary

Robert Kubica will step up his F1 comeback by testing Renault's 2017 car after the forthcoming Hungarian grand prix.

F1 to discuss Shield in Wednesday meeting

The potential introduction of the cockpit protection solution known as 'Shield' will have top billing as F1's strategy group meets on Wednesday.

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Aussie Grit: My Formula One Journey

Aussie Grit: My Formula One Journey

by Mark Webber

Mark Webber was at the center of one of the most captivating chapters in the history of Formula One. In 2010, while racing for Red Bull, he and teammate Sebastian Vettel went head to head for the World Championship. There could only be one winner. But the controversy of his relationship on and off the track with Vettel, who went on to win multiple world titles, has never been far beneath the surface. Here, for the first time, Webber tells the inside story...

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