Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo left the circuit with 12 laps of the Bahrain Grand Prix still to go, missing the final sprint finish after the safety car, but having taken in enough to know that his team is once again in trouble.
F1: Maldonado gets grid penalty for crash Racer Pastor Maldonado will lose five places on the grid for the Chinese Grand Prix following his accident with Esteban Gutierrez in the Bahrain Formula 1 race.
Felipe Massa will be told what Williams “expects” him to do when instructions are issued during subsequent grands prix. As ever in formula one, ‘team orders’ is not something teams even like to admit to doing.
Mirror.co.uk Lewis Hamilton will NOT have to replace Mercedes' engine for Malaysia GP Mirror.co.uk Lewis Hamilton's title hopes have received a priceless boost following his heartbreak Melbourne engine failure, reports Byron Young from Sepang.
Formula One over the years has seen truly brilliant and talented drivers. The swashbucklers, the power-sliders, the brave and those who found time where no else could have all graced the sport for periods of time.
1) The Technical Delegate reported to the Stewards that Car 3 exceeded the required fuel mass flow of 100kg/h. (Article 5.1.4 of the Formula One Technical Regulations). 2) This parameter is outside of the control of the driver, ...
Caterham's Kamui Kobayashi ended his and Williams rival Felipe Massa's Australian Grand Prix at the first corner with this collision. It was later revealed that the Japanese driver suffered a brake failure.
crash.net Bahrain F1 Grand Prix: Hulkenberg praises 'a hell of a job' crash.net Although racing his team-mate Sergio Perez – who eventually finished third – for most of the race, Hulkenberg said he was not too disappointed at being unable to take...
Mirror.co.uk Lewis Hamilton on Malaysian Grand Prix win: This is the best car I've EVER driven Mirror.co.uk As he sat in the fading light in Sepang sipping on a glass of milk, reflecting on a crushing victory over team-mate Nico Rosberg, his words...
Red Bull ran close to the deadline for submitting an appeal, but the FIA has confirmed that the team has formally decided to appeal the disqualification of Daniel Ricciardo from second place in the Australian Grand Prix last Sunday.
Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has said the sport needs to ‘investigate’ how to make the new generation of V6-turbo powered cars sound more like proper 'racing cars' and that they should ‘maybe look to do something’ after the opening few races.
Kamui Kobayashi will not be penalised for colliding with Felipe Massa on the opening lap of the Australian Grand Prix, with it becoming clear that the Japanese driver suffered a "serious technical failure".