16 APRIL 2014

Active suspension could return to F1?

F1 could bring back highly-sophisticated 'active suspension' to cut costs.

Mosley says 2014 critics have agenda

Former FIA president Max Mosley says criticism of the 'new' face of formula one is being powered by those with an "agenda".

Montezemolo rejects early Mattiacci criticism

President Luca di Montezemolo has dismissed early criticism of Ferrari's new team boss.

Small teams write explosive letter

F1's four smallest teams have written a letter complaining about the state of the sport.

Marko slams Mercedes reaction to appeal

Dr Helmut Marko has hit back at Mercedes, after the German squad this week called on the court of appeal to come down hard on Red Bull.

Ricciardo surprised by Lotus Renault struggle

Daniel Ricciardo has admitted he is "surprised" Lotus is still struggling so much with its Renault engine.

15 APRIL 2014

Berger, Brawn or Bell to replace Domenicali?

Within hours of Ferrari's confirmation that Stefano Domenicali has left the team, Mercedes announced its own split with technical director Bob Bell.

Mercedes wants more punishment for Red Bull

Championship leader Mercedes has urged FIA judges to add to reigning world champion Red Bull's penalty amid the fuel flow affair.

Red Bull loses appeal

Red Bull has lost its appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's Melbourne disqualification.

Drivers threaten to strike over unpaid wages

F1 drivers are threatening to strike if their teams do not pay them.

F1 move for Danica Patrick is impossible according to Haas

Danica Patrick, the world's most famous female racing driver, will apparently not be making the switch to formula one with Haas.

Ecclestone admits poor image amid bribery affair

Bernie Ecclestone has admitted that public perception already depicts him as being defeated amid the Gerhard Gribkowsky corruption affair.

Updates will stop once Schu leaves hospital

Michael Schumacher's family will stop releasing information about his condition once the former F1 driver leaves hospital.

US sanctions endanger Sirotkin's career

Sergey Sirotkin's F1 future is suddenly in doubt.

14 APRIL 2014

Ferrari confirms Domenicali exit

Ferrari on Monday confirmed reports Stefano Domenicali has "decided to resign" as team boss.

Domenicali quits, replaced by Mattiacci

Team boss Stefano Domenicali has quit Ferrari, multiple media sources are reporting on Monday.

Mercedes blasts Red Bull at Paris appeal

Title rival Mercedes on Monday was highly critical of world champions Red Bull's behaviour, as the appeal hearing in Paris began.

Red Bull taking new evidence to Monday appeal

Red Bull claims to have "a very strong case" as the world champions try on Monday to overturn Daniel Ricciardo's Melbourne disqualification.

Vandoorne to replace Button?

McLaren could oust Jenson Button at the end of 2014 and replace him with the team's next young development driver talent.

Subway could become F1 sponsor

American chain Subway could be the next sponsor to enter formula one, according to F1 business journalist Christian Sylt.

Haas driver Busch says no to F1

Kurt Busch, a leading Nascar driver, has ruled himself out of the running to enter F1 next year with Gene Haas.

More small improvements in Schumacher condition says manager

Michael Schumacher's health is continuing to improve, his manager Sabine Kehm said in a television interview late on Sunday.

Prosecutors dismiss Ecclestone blackmail

The pre-trial documents outlining the case against Bernie Ecclestone make no mention of the possibility he was blackmailed by Gerhard Gribkowsky.

Forza Rossa is Romanian Ferrari dealer

A major potential link between F1's potential 13th team and Ferrari has been discovered.

Mercedes car on par with Newey's Red Bull says Costa

Mercedes insists its 2014 car is "on par" with the chassis being fielded by reigning world champions Red Bull this season.

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