Bernie Ecclestone insists F1 will not provide further funding to struggling teams
Bernie Ecclestone insists F1 will not provide further funding to struggling teams

Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone has insisted that there would be no further funding for three teams who are seeking more financial support.

Nico Hulkenberg gets four points, Force India to finish sixth
Nico Hulkenberg gets four points, Force India to finish sixth

Sahara Force India are set to finish sixth this year in the team championship after Nico Hulkenberg ended the Brazilian Grand Prix in eighth position while Sergio Perez could not enter the points bracket.

Felipe Massa so happy after day of mistakes
Felipe Massa so happy after day of mistakes

Felipe Massa was penalised for going too fast in the pitlane, stopped off at the McLaren garage by mistake but still sent his home crowd crazy with a third-place finish at the Brazilian Grand Prix.

Formula One's smaller teams wary of hidden agenda
Formula One's smaller teams wary of hidden agenda

Formula One`s financially struggling smaller teams fear there could be an "agenda" to end their constructor status and turn them into mere operators of cars provided by bigger rivals.

Jenson Button remains in dark over McLaren future
Jenson Button remains in dark over McLaren future

Jenson Button finished fourth with a smile in Sunday`s Brazilian Grand Prix but admitted he still had no idea if he would still be racing with McLaren next season.

Nico Rosberg`s win in Brazil keeps title race alive
Nico Rosberg`s win in Brazil keeps title race alive

Nico Rosberg kept alive his world title hopes when he won Sunday`s Brazilian Grand Prix ahead of his Mercedes team-mate and championship leader Lewis Hamilton.

F1 money and engine talks stall
F1 money and engine talks stall

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone will meet commercial rights holders CVC in London next week after talks with teams in Brazil on Saturday produced no agreement on giving smaller outfits more money to help them survive.

Nico Rosberg and his unprofitable pole positions
Nico Rosberg and his unprofitable pole positions

A trophy is still a trophy. But for a certain Nico Rosberg, winning the award for most pole positions in a season will not satisfy his cravings. Having started ten races from the pole, the German should be leading the the Drivers' Championship race.

Brazilian Grand Prix: Jenson Button ready to pounce at Interlagos
Brazilian Grand Prix: Jenson Button ready to pounce at Interlagos

Jenson Button is "ready to pounce" and fight for a podium finish in Sunday`s Brazilian Grand Prix after qualifying fifth for McLaren on Saturday.

Bernie Ecclestone denies financial crisis in Formula One
Bernie Ecclestone denies financial crisis in Formula One

Bernie Ecclestone denied that Formula One is facing a financial crisis after the loss of two teams, the sport`s supremo accusing the failed outfits for bad financial management.

Nico Rosberg snatches pole in Brazilian GP
Nico Rosberg snatches pole in Brazilian GP

Nico Rosberg secured pole position for Sunday`s Brazilian Grand Prix and his 10th this season by the narrowest of margins on Saturday when he outpaced world championship leader and Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton.

Brazilian Grand Prix: Nico Rosberg fastest in practice
Brazilian Grand Prix: Nico Rosberg fastest in practice

Nico Rosberg took the fight to championship-leading Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton with the fastest laps in both Brazilian Grand Prix practice sessions on Friday while Fernando Alonso`s Ferrari caught fire.

Marussia fold while Caterham appeal to fans
Marussia fold while Caterham appeal to fans

Caterham urged Formula One fans to dip into their pockets for funds to keep the stricken team on the road on Friday while rivals Marussia went out of business after the agony of administration.

Fair distribution of revenues must to solve F1 crisis: Vijay Mallya
Fair distribution of revenues must to solve F1 crisis: Vijay Mallya

The deepening of the Formula 1 financial crisis has prompted Force India boss Vijay Mallya to say that the sport's owners must fix the revenue sharing model among teams for the survival of smaller outfits like his.

Lewis Hamilton ready to feel the love in Brazil
Lewis Hamilton ready to feel the love in Brazil

Lewis Hamilton can expect the passionate Interlagos crowd to be on his side when the Formula One championship leader seeks his sixth win in a row, and 11th of the season, in Sunday`s Brazilian Grand Prix.

Jenson Button hints he may leave F1 whatever McLaren decide
Jenson Button hints he may leave F1 whatever McLaren decide

Jenson Button has indicated he might not stay at McLaren even if the Formula One team offered him a contract extension for next season.

Esteban Gutierrez was expecting to leave Sauber
Esteban Gutierrez was expecting to leave Sauber

Sauber`s decision not to renew his contract came as no surprise to Mexican Formula One driver Esteban Gutierrez, who said on Thursday that his chances of finding another seat for next season were looking slim.

Adrian Sutil casts doubt on Sauber's future
Adrian Sutil casts doubt on Sauber's future

Unhappy German driver Adrian Sutil cast doubt on Sauber`s Formula One future on Thursday, a day after the Swiss team threw his career into question by announcing a new lineup for 2015.

Christian Horner, Toto Wolff tell strugglers to race not moan
Christian Horner, Toto Wolff tell strugglers to race not moan

Red Bull team chief Christian Horner has told Formula One`s cash-strapped struggling teams to solve their problems "behind closed doors" and stop damaging the reputation of their sport.

Hamilton, Rosberg in Brazil duel as points lottery looms
Hamilton, Rosberg in Brazil duel as points lottery looms

Lewis Hamilton expects another fierce challenge from Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg when the pair resume hostilities at the Brazilian Grand Prix with the season-ending Abu Dhabi double points lottery looming.