Lewis Hamilton has admitted his ongoing concerns about Pirelli's F1 tyres.
Nico Rosberg has fired the opening salvo as his rivalry with teammate Lewis Hamilton is set to recommence.
Not one but two potential comebacks for double world champion Mika Hakkinen never transpired.
F1 teams are threatening to boycott unless clearer information about Fernando Alonso's mysterious testing crash is revealed.
A close group of challengers is forming up behind dominant Mercedes ahead of the 2015 season.
Justin King on Wednesday played down suggestions his new role at Manor is a stepping stone to F1's top job.
Mick Schumacher's move into single seater racing is costing EUR 100,000 euros.
Marcus Ericsson says he healed old wounds with Felipe Nasr once it become clear they would be F1 teammates this year.
The office belonging to Michael Schumacher's personal doctor has been burgled.
Set to race as 'Manor Marussia', the backmarker almost collapsed but will return with a $92 million budget in 2015, it emerged on Wednesday.
Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton has bad news for his rivals, as he intends to "dominate even more" in 2015.
Fernando Alonso has returned to physical training in preparation for the start of his 2015 race campaign in Malaysia.
Force India is expecting to be near the back of the grid at next weekend's Melbourne season opener.
Fernando Alonso says he can "understand" why he has been sidelined for the Australian grand prix.
The world of F1 has been split down the middle by the Fernando Alonso crash saga.
Officially, a gust of wind blew Fernando Alonso off the track on February 22, resulting in a concussion that has sidelined him for Melbourne.
A new cloud may be descending over the Russian grand prix.
Red Bull is scrambling to give its 2015 car a nose-job before its Melbourne race debut next weekend.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne on Tuesday admitted the Maranello team might have to wait for its next F1 title.
Fernando Alonso will sit out next weekend's Australian grand prix.
Former Red Bull driver David Coulthard has admitted he will be keeping a keen eye on Daniel Ricciardo this year.
Gerhard Berger has played down McLaren-Honda's testing troubles, insisting the historic pairing will win championships again.
F1 as a ruthless 'shark tank' is alive and well, according to Toto Wolff.
Formula one has taken a back seat in Germany, Toto Wolff has admitted.
Remi Taffin has admitted Renault still does not possess the best engine in formula one.
F1 looks set to fix what one publication insists is an obvious "flaw" in the current regulations.
The low profile enjoyed until now by the great Michael Schumacher's son is over.
Niki Lauda has played down suggestions Mercedes' dominance will be stronger than ever in 2015.
F1's new female signing has hit back at her harshest critics.
Toto Wolff has defended the controversial banning of mid-season driver helmet livery changes.
Red Bull has dropped the RB11's 'camouflage' test livery.
Force India's drivers are expecting a difficult start to the 2015 season.
A second week has begun with the saga surrounding Fernando Alonso's testing crash still high in the headlines.
Amid alarming claims multiple teams are gripped by a 'cash flow crisis', Bernie Ecclestone has reportedly responded.
As Mercedes' rival teams pack up their air freight for Melbourne, the extent of their awa
The candidates are now beginning to form at Manor's door.
After a troubled winter, 2015 newcomer Honda has now locked in McLaren's 'power unit' for this year's campaign.
Maurizio Arrivabene is quickly climbing the ladder as arguably one of the most popular team bosses in formula one.
Concerns are growing that Germany really will be dropped from the 2015 calendar.
Two weeks before the 2015 season begins, the shape of the grid remains unclear.
McLaren boss Eric Boullier is confident the Woking team will not be without its star driver for the Melbourne season opener in two weeks.
McLaren is expecting to struggle through the opening few races of the season.
Earlier, Daniel Ricciardo was planning a full title tilt for 2015.
Toto Wolff has scoffed at a media report purporting to know the dizzying value of Lewis Hamilton's next Mercedes contract.
Team founder John Booth is confident the former Marussia team will make it to Melbourne.
McLaren has counted itself out of the continuing speculation about Fernando Alonso's medical condition.
After a winter of apparent 'sandbagging', Mercedes finally let the cat out of the bag on Friday.
As predicted earlier, the FIA on Friday published the official 2015 entry list that includes a place on the grid for the revived 'Manor Marussia' team.
Fernando Alonso struck the wall at 105 kilometres per hour last Sunday.
Fernando Alonso on Friday declared himself "completely fine" after his Barcelona crash and four-day hospitalisation.
Friday is another crucial day in the history of the reborn Marussia team.
Williams has leapt back into contention as a likely 2015 force.
Mercedes has found a clever way around the issue of reportedly 'illegal' camera mountings at the front of its title-defending 2015 car.
Jacques Villeneuve has counted himself among scores of experts, pundits and fans who have been left "confused" by the Fernando Alonso saga.
Max Verstappen is shaping up as a reserve driver for Red Bull's premier F1 team.
An engineer for a rival team has rubbished suggestions McLaren is only supporting Manor in order to gain a self-interested advantage.
While Marussia pushes hard to return in 2015 as Manor, another ailing backmarker appears to have reached the end of the line.
Fellow race drivers have reacted with dismay to the identity of Lotus' new F1 development driver.
Two weeks before the 2015 season begins, the participation of McLaren-Honda's star driver is in doubt.
He was in hospital for four days, and is absent at the final winter test in Barcelona, but Fernando Alonso is "categorically not injured".
F1's governing body has joined McLaren and Ferrari in actively supporting the former Marussia team's quest to return to the sport this year.
Fernando Alonso's manager has sidestepped suggestions the Spaniard might have to sit out the Melbourne season opener.
F1's governing body has vowed to look into the circumstances surrounding the mysterious crash that hospitalised Fernando Alonso for four days.
Renault has not ruled out making changes to its approach to formula one.
Nico Rosberg says he is determined to beat reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton to the 2015 title.
Jenson Button is predicting an unpredictable grid for next weekend's Melbourne season opener.
McLaren has joined fellow creditor Ferrari in helping the former Marussia team to survive.
McLaren-Honda has confirmed that Fernando Alonso will sit out the final test of the winter this week.
After three nights in hospital and amid swirling speculation about his testing crash, Fernando Alonso is finally going home.
The former Marussia team on Wednesday said it is back on track for 2015.
Force India has finally released a picture of its long-delayed 2015 car.
Toto Wolff has offloaded more of his stake in the Williams team.
Williams has the fastest car in 2015.
McLaren's media statement has not stopped rampant speculation about the crash that left Fernando Alonso in hospital for four days and counting.
Rising star Pascal Wehrlein is hoping talks with the FIA clear the path for his potential formula one debut in 2016.
One of F1's most respected technical journalists agrees that Ferrari is back on track after its disappointing 2014.
Sebastian Vettel's team switch for 2015 could hurt Red Bull and help Ferrari.
A deal to keep the German grand prix on this year's F1 calendar still has not been struck.
Ferrari has denied that even the great Italian team is now heading down the 'pay driver' road.
A cloud continues to hang over the future of the iconic Italian grand prix.
Jolyon Palmer opted for the reserve seat at Lotus rather than hoping talks with the former Marussia team bore fruit for 2015.
Reigning champions Mercedes have proposed a new solution to the ever-present problem of cockpit safety in formula one.
McLaren has hit back at the conspiracy theories about Fernando Alonso's testing crash on Sunday.
Flavio Briatore says Fernando Alonso does not remember the crash that has left him in a Barcelona hospital.
Fernando Alonso may sit out the final test of the 2015 pre-season in the wake of his Barcelona crash.
Honda does not have any potential customers for its new F1 engine, boss Yasuhisa Arai has admitted.
A low-profile winter for the Grove team is beginning to raise questions about Williams' 2015 prospects.
The nature of the 'new' F1 means Mercedes will again be hard to beat in 2015.
Renault has made progress but not enough yet to topple dominant Mercedes.
Fernando Alonso's departure from Ferrari, replaced by fellow former champion Sebastian Vettel, was one of the highest-profile driver changes in the history of formula one.
Six years after pulling out of the sport, Honda is once again making headlines in formula one for all the wrong reasons.
Top teams and likely title challengers Mercedes and Ferrari will have to modify their cars ahead of the season opener in Melbourne.
Fernando Alonso could spend a second night in hospital, his manager Luis Garcia Abad has admitted.
Fernando Alonso's testing crash has triggered wild speculation about the cause.
F1 is robbing drivers of one of the last ways they can truly express themselves.
Lewis Hamilton's lack of a manager is making contract negotiations with the reigning world champion more difficult.
Renault has been able to make a substantially new 'power unit' for 2015 after its disappointing start to the turbo V6 era.
After seven days of apparent sandbagging, did Mercedes finally let the cat out of the bag on Sunday?
Legendary Ferrari designer Rory Byrne has returned to Maranello to be Simone Resta's mentor.
Three midfield teams have reportedly proposed that F1's rules be tweaked so that 'semi-constructors' are legal.
Pedro de la Rosa could be set to return to formula one with Mercedes.
So far, Sergio Marchionne's revolution is going exactly to plan.
Sergio Marchionne has backed the move to delay a technical revolution in formula one until 2017.
Fernando Alonso was "conscious" as he was airlifted to hospital on Sunday after a crash on the final day of the Barcelona test.
Esteban Gutierrez is set to make his debut at the wheel of a Ferrari.
The news on Sunday was both good and bad for Honda.
Nico Hulkenberg has admitted Force India's preparation for 2015 is "not ideal".
For now, McLaren's problems will not go away.
Sebastian Vettel has admitted he might ignore F1's new ban on helmet livery changes.
Renault is reportedly considering buying a team and going it alone as a full constructor once again.
Christian Horner on Saturday insisted he would welcome the former Marussia team back to F1.
Sebastian Vettel says he has arrived at Ferrari with the passion the most fabled name in formula one deserves.
A fascinating picture is beginning to emerge from winter testing, as multiple teams threaten to step up and challenge Mercedes.
For F1's top teams, 2015 is a case of putting the troublesome first year of the new turbo V6 era in the past and setting sights on closing the big gap to Mercedes.
Ferrari's new boss is not changing his targets for the 2015 season, despite a strong showing in winter testing for the fabled team.
Ferrari looks to have beaten McLaren-Honda to the reborn Manor team's door.
Mercedes' race lineup is back on song in Barcelona.
The new ban on helmet livery changes was actually a compromise measure, it emerged on Friday.
Danica Patrick has played down suggestions she might be in pole position to enter formula one next year.
Daniel Ricciardo has admitted Red Bull has some catching up to do in the few short weeks before Melbourne.
Ferrari is continuing to impress with the apparent speed of its 2015 car.
Dietrich Mateschitz has denied reports he might be looking to sell his F1 team Red Bull to Audi.
Nearly three months after the chequered flag waved in Abu Dhabi, it was a pair of rookies who had pulses racing on Thursday.
Nico Rosberg is the next F1 driver on pole position to become a father.
After a miserable 2014 season, Lotus appears back on track this year.
How much progress has dominant 2014 title winner Mercedes made over the winter?
Sebastian Vettel has denied he is a "carbon-copy" of fellow German and F1 legend Michael Schumacher.
"Huge egos" have ensured the status quo in formula one when it comes to cost-cutting and income distribution.
Manor, the reborn Marussia team, took a step back from administration on Thursday.
Former F1 driver Ralf Schumacher and his wife Cora have divorced.
Lotus is hitting back in the wake of reports it might be counted among F1's most struggling teams.
Ron Dennis has defended his opposition to centralised cost-cutting in formula one.
Valtteri Bottas has lamented the end of winter testing in the island Kingdom of Bahrain.
McLaren-Honda's troubled pre-season continued on Thursday as the second winter test at Barcelona began.
Rumours are once again doing the rounds that the Volkswagen Group is eyeing a place on the F1 grid.
While Barcelona echoed to the sound of turbo V6 engines on Thursday, behind-the-scenes developments were also making noise.
Both of Mercedes' race drivers are out of action at present.
Pascal Wehrlein leapt rapidly from the Force India to the Mercedes cockpit as the Barcelona test began on Thursday morning.
Manor's administrators are expected to issue a statement on Thursday confirming that the former Marussia team is back on the road to the 2015 grid.
Gerhard Gribkowsky has handed over more than a quarter of the $44 million alleged 'bribe' he was paid by F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone.
A crucial month lies ahead for the new McLaren-Honda collaboration.
Sergey Sirotkin has admitted he is in talks with Force India.
Bahrain has admitted it is in "talks" amid reports neighbouring Qatar is about to join the F1 calendar.
Sebastian Vettel must beat friend and new Ferrari teammate Kimi Raikkonen in 2015.
Max Verstappen thinks all the stories about his age will soon be old.
Adrian Sutil's manager has denied reports linking the German driver with a top Le Mans seat for 2015.
Mid-season helmet livery changes have been banned, according to reports on Wednesday.
Pascal Wehrlein's forthcoming Force India test duties were made official on Wednesday.
Adrian Sutil could keep his top motor racing career alive in 2015 with a Le Mans seat.
A rules revolution in formula one will have to wait, after the decision-making F1 Commission met in Geneva on Tuesday.
The absent-in-Jerez Force India team is busily setting up for this week's second pre-season test.
Three world champions will bring F1 track action back into life on Thursday.
A study commissioned by the FIA reportedly shows that costs in formula one could be halved without hurting the 'show'.
Just as the F1 Commission meets in Geneva, Ferrari has outlined its vision of the sport's future.
F1 will round another corner to the future on Tuesday.
The true 2015 pecking order will still not become clear at this week's Barcelona test.
A big unknown ahead of the 2015 season is how F1's manufacturers will manage the new engine 'unfreeze'.
McLaren-Honda may still be struggling to make progress with their new 2015 car.
Ferrari's management situation led to the departure of number 1 driver Fernando Alonso.
Manor, formerly known as Marussia, is plotting its course for a 2015 return.
Daniel Ricciardo, the only non-Mercedes driver to win races last year, has admitted he might have a new rival in 2015.
Former Minardi driver Patrick Friesacher has joined the ranks who argue F1 took a sharp wrong turn.
On-track struggles in formula one have hurt fabled Ferrari's brand power, according to a study by asset valuation company Brand Finance.
Gerard Lopez has hit out at F1's "archaic management".
Nearly 14 months after his late 2013 skiing accident, little new is known about the great Michael Schumacher's medical progress.
Going extreme with the new MP4-30 is a "calculated risk", McLaren supremo Ron Dennis has revealed.
Felipe Nasr has defended his move into formula one this year despite not matching the success of others in the sport's feeder category.
Force India is reportedly now hard at work on preparing its new car.
Lotus is not expecting a return to the top step of the podium in 2015.
Carlos Sainz jr insists he is happy to be in the shade of his high-profile Toro Rosso teammate.
It is clear there is little love lost between Lotus and its former engine supplier.
Signs of life emerged from Force India on Friday.
Jenson Button insists he is happy to be paired with Fernando Alonso.
A big change to the regulations could convince Adrian Newey to return to full throttle in formula one.
Renault has confirmed reports it did not hit full throttle at the recent Jerez test.
Red Bull will begin to step on the throttle at the forthcoming Barcelona test.
Dominant 2014 champion Mercedes thinks its rivals can catch up.
McLaren-Honda is beginning to play down its chances of bursting off the grid at the very start of the 2015 season.
Williams is not taking seriously reports star driver Valtteri Bottas is looking to replace Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen next year.
Talks to renew Malaysia's F1 contract are still ongoing.
A "calmer" environment may have contributed to the return to form of former Ferrari driver Felipe Massa.
Christian Horner has played down reports Red Bull is entering a second consecutive season amid early troubles.
Williams on Wednesday said it would welcome Marussia back to the F1 grid -- even if the struggling backmarker has to field a 2014 car.
Television ratings and major car manufacturers would appear to be ingredients Bernie Ecclestone cannot do without.
Arguably the biggest question mark heading into the 2015 season is the form of McLaren-Honda.
Designer Aldo Costa denies Mercedes has played it too safe with the new title-defending W06.
Sergio Marchionne insists he is not getting carried away with Ferrari's winter test form.
Toto Wolff has admitted he would like to agree a new deal with world champion Lewis Hamilton before the season begins.
Flavio Briatore has hit back at claims Fernando Alonso's relationship with Ferrari was in ruins when he left the fabled team.
Former chief Norbert Haug doubts that Mercedes' rivals have been able to track down the German giant's advantage ahead of the 2015 season.
2014 runner-up Red Bull has emerged as a big question-mark ahead of the new season.
Bernie Ecclestone is working on a contingency plan in case the F1 grid continues to dwindle.
McLaren-Honda is confident it will see the chequered flag in Melbourne.
Fernando Alonso is threatening legal action after being named on a list of those suspected of tax evasion.
Ferrari tester Marc Gene has acknowledged that Mercedes remains the favourite for the 2015 season.
Max Verstappen says he understands the FIA's decision to clamp down on the age and inexperience of future rookies in formula one.
The Nurburgring has tabled an offer in the hope of keeping the German grand prix alive in 2015.
The Sebastian Vettel camp has denied claims the quadruple world champion's 2015 helmet livery is based on a design once worn by the great Michael Schumacher.
The 2015 German grand prix is not dead yet.
Sebastian Vettel is back to his old self, Red Bull official Dr Helmut Marko has admitted.
Ferrari has reportedly added a coat of new paint to its formula one car for 2015.
Flavio Briatore does not think any F1 rivals are ready to challenge Mercedes' dominance in 2015.
Valtteri Bottas is not ruling out racing to his first-ever grand prix win in 2015.
Romain Grosjean is once again wearing his customary smile.
Qatar claims it is about to join the F1 calendar.
Giedo van der Garde will return to the cockpit of a GP2 car this week.
The powerful strategy group on Thursday rejected Ferrari's proposal to replace the current V6 engines with a twin-turbo V8 formula for 2017.
Force India has hit back at reports it could be the next team to spin out of formula one.
The former Marussia team has confirmed reports it has not given up on returning to formula one in 2015.
Thursday's Paris blow may not be the death knell for Marussia.
Force India has defended blocking Marussia's application to return to F1 this year with a 2014-spec car.
Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed reports that Marussia will not be allowed to return to formula one this year with its 2014-spec car.
Respected insiders are not expecting McLaren-Honda to shine in 2015.
Valtteri Bottas has not denied he might be looking to take Kimi Raikkonen's place at Ferrari for 2016.
F1's new team for 2016, the American entrant Haas, could race with a distinctive yellow livery.
Kevin Magnussen is not ruling out looking elsewhere to keep his racing instincts sharp.
Team owner Dietrich Mateschitz does not think Red Bull can mount a serious championship challenge in 2015.
A Spanish correspondent has contradicted the ears of many by insisting F1 is no louder in 2015.
Caterham is finally reaching the end of the line, as administrators decide to auction the backmarker's assets.
Defending champion Lewis Hamilton went into a silent spin on Wednesday as the first test of the 2015 pre-season concluded at Jerez.
Horse power and downforce are not the only challenges taking place behind closed garage doors at McLaren-Honda this pre-season.
Rumours are now swirling around the future of the ailing backmarker formerly called Marussia.
Michael Schumacher's son is set to begin down his own road to formula one.
Marussia's 2015 comeback could be thwarted because the team does not have a new car ready to race.
Monisha Kaltenborn has joined those who are impressed with the progress made by beleaguered great Ferrari over the winter.
Yet another official test will pass before Force India's 2015 car is debuted, it emerged on Wednesday.
There were signs of life on Wednesday from the team formerly known as Marussia.
Force India and also F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone have played down reports about the health of the Silverstone based team.
Ferrari is emerging from crisis and turmoil to become perhaps Mercedes' biggest threat for the 2015 title.
As the first test of the 2015 pre-season nears its end, more questions have emerged than have been answered.
Mercedes chiefs have admitted that F1 unexpectedly turned up the volume for 2015.
Felipe Nasr has played down Sauber's sudden leap from the doldrums of 2014 to the top of the Jerez timesheets.
F1 is targeting a return to four-digit horse power.
The apparent demise of F1's historic German grand prix is causing a stir in the country.
Niki Lauda says the demise of the German grand prix would be a "disaster".
F1 has turned up the volume for 2015.
Ferrari is emerging as a shock contender to take on mighty title defenders Mercedes in 2015.
McLaren are continuing to put a brave face on its troubled start to the 2015 pre-season.
Lewis Hamilton is on the cusp of agreeing a new deal that could see him live out the remainder of his F1 career at Mercedes.
Toto Wolff is not expecting the current mood of peace between Mercedes' drivers to last.
Gene Haas says he is in no rush to sign a pair of drivers for his 2016 F1 team.
The fate of this year's German grand prix remains dim, as local reports suggest Bernie Ecclestone has now written off the scheduled July race.
Red Bull and Lotus caused a stir on Monday as the first test of the 2015 pre-season continued at Jerez.
F1's 2015 test season kicked off on Sunday amid stark contrasts, as Mercedes looked set to extend its utter dominance into a second championship campaign.
Rumours about the health of the Force India team are continuing to worsen.
F1 favourite Kamui Kobayashi has kept his motor racing career alive for 2015.
Lewis Hamilton and Ron Dennis have dismissed speculation Fernando Alonso could be planning to spoil their respective plans.
McLaren supremo Ron Dennis is not ruling out a change of livery for the newly-launched MP4-30.
Adrian Newey has admitted that while Renault has improved its engine over the winter, it may not be enough to challenge Mercedes for the title.
Fernando Alonso on Sunday put on a brave face as he admitted his first day in the MP4-30 was a "slow start" to his new chapter at McLaren.
Only seven teams are up and running for the first day of official pre-season testing at Jerez.
Mercedes has hit back at rumours it might begin the 2015 season with 'old' engines for strategic reasons.
F1 2015 is about to kick off in earnest.