19 DECEMBER 2014

F1 to have new engine rules in 2016?

F1 is now speeding towards yet another new set of engine regulations.

Ecclestone, Walsh, Montezemolo join F1 board

F1's owner CVC has made three notable appointments to the sport's executive board.

Mercedes confirms exit for Ferrari-bound Clear

Mercedes has confirmed the departure of new world champion Lewis Hamilton's performance engineer Jock Clear.

De la Rosa could exit Ferrari as well

Pedro de la Rosa has refused to comment on whether he will be following his countryman and friend out of Ferrari.

Schumacher's son makes single seater debut

Michael Schumacher's son is taking his next steps in the wake of his fabled father.

18 DECEMBER 2014

Ecclestone pokes fun at jail threat in Xmas card

Bernie Ecclestone has poked fun at the legal troubles that almost landed him in jail this year.

Ferrari revolution continues

The sweeping pre-2015 revolution at Ferrari is continuing at full speed.

Ilmor working with Renault

Christian Horner has confirmed that Red Bull's engine supplier Renault is now working with Mario Illien.

Lotus opened the door to Alonso says Lopez

Lotus really was one of Fernando Alonso's options for the 2015 season, team owner Gerard Lopez has admitted.

17 DECEMBER 2014

Ferrari confirms exit for Tombazis and Fry

Ferrari has confirmed reports top engineers Nikolas Tombazis and Pat Fry have left the Italian team.

Prost advice helped prevent Mercedes war says Wolff

Alain Prost gave Mercedes crucial advice early this year to help avoid a repeat of his troubled pairing with Ayrton Senna in the late 80s.

Damaged Red Bull trophies found in lake

Red Bull has recovered up to a third of the trophies stolen from its F1 headquarters in a ram-raid earlier this month.

Horner says Kvyat has Raikkonen mindset

Christian Horner has likened Red Bull's new driver for 2015 to one of the most unique drivers in F1 history.

Ecclestone threat ends as Walsh 'walks away'

Paul Walsh is no longer a threat to Bernie Ecclestone's long reign over formula one.

Schumacher most searched-for sportsman at Google in 2014

Michael Schumacher was the most searched-for sportsman in 2014, the internet giant Google has announced.

16 DECEMBER 2014

Haas to bid for failed Marussia's assets

Gene Haas has a close eye on Marussia as the backmarker team's collapse is completed over the next few days.

Vettel replacing Alonso was the right choice says Montezemolo

Ousted Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has backed the Italian team's signing of Sebastian Vettel for 2015.

Mercedes ready to compromise amid engine dispute

Mercedes is reportedly ready to compromise amid the engine regulations dispute.

F1 news about Gutierrez, Frijns, Nielsen

Sauber refugee Esteban Gutierrez has rescued his F1 career with a role at Ferrari.

15 DECEMBER 2014

Kubica gives up on F1 comeback?

Robert Kubica has suggested he is close to abandoning the idea of ever returning to formula one.

Lauda not sure how F1 engine row will end

Even Niki Lauda admits he is not sure what is the future of F1's engine regulations.

Ferrari should resist revolution

Jean Todt has urged Ferrari to resist making revolutionary changes after faltering at the start of the new V6 era.

Alonso-McLaren mess could be looming says Villeneuve

Ron Dennis has dismissed reports Fernando Alonso has built 'exit clauses' into his new McLaren-Honda contract.

Verstappen too young for F1 says Todt

Jean Todt says Max Verstappen is "too young" for formula one.

Alonso rules out Le Mans in 2015

Fernando Alonso says he will not be following Nico Hulkenberg's lead by splitting his F1 duties with Le Mans next year.

Magnussen can win titles after 2015 pause says Dennis

Ron Dennis has likened Kevin Magnussen to champions Fernando Alonso and Mika Hakkinen, insisting the deposed rookie Dane's career is only on "pause".

Korea endangers sports car race for Hulkenberg

Korea has become a potential spanner in the works for Nico Hulkenberg.

Ecclestone says no F1 action on Youtube

Bernie Ecclestone has ruled out the broadcasting of grands prix on the internet.

Decision to oust Vergne was difficult

Jean-Eric Vergne has made a promising start to his post-F1 career.

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