Five F1 races, including Australia, to start earlier
Five F1 races, including Australia, to start earlier

 Formula One`s Australian season-opener in Melbourne on March 15 is one of five grands prix that will start an hour earlier this year under recommendations made after Jules Bianchi`s crash in Japan last October.

Tough new rules for teenage F1 drivers
Tough new rules for teenage F1 drivers

The International Automobile Federation (FIA) has introduced tough new rules that will mean Formula One drivers must be at least 18-years-old and go through more rigorous testing.

Korean Grand Prix dropped from F1 calendar
Korean Grand Prix dropped from F1 calendar

 The Korean Formula One Grand Prix has been formally dropped from the 2015 calendar after its surprise inclusion last month for contractual reasons.

South Korea set for Formula One return in 2015
South Korea set for Formula One return in 2015

South Korea`s Formula One grand prix has been reinstated provisionally on a record 21-race calendar for 2015, the sport`s governing body said on Wednesday.

Chennai race track gets FIA Grade 2 mark
Chennai race track gets FIA Grade 2 mark

The international automobile federation (FIA) has granted the Madras Motor Race Track (MMRT) here a Grade 2 license after the circuit, located on the outskirts of the city, underwent massive renovation over the past couple of years.

Small teams seek Abu Dhabi talks with Bernie Ecclestone
Small teams seek Abu Dhabi talks with Bernie Ecclestone

Formula One`s smaller teams have written to Bernie Ecclestone to press demands for a bigger share of the sport`s considerable revenues.

More F1 teams could go bust, warns Max Mosley
More F1 teams could go bust, warns Max Mosley

 More Formula One teams could follow Caterham and Marussia into administration or failure, the former head of the sport`s governing body Max Mosley warned on Monday.

Ross Brawn, Stefano Domenicali on Jules Bianchi accident panel
Ross Brawn, Stefano Domenicali on Jules Bianchi accident panel

Former Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali and ex-Mercedes principal Ross Brawn will be part of a panel reviewing Formula One safety in the wake of Jules Bianchi`s Japanese Grand Prix accident, the sport`s governing body said on Monday.

Nervous wait for Jules Bianchi family and team
Nervous wait for Jules Bianchi family and team

Jules Bianchi's father was rushing to Japan Monday where the Formula One driver was in intensive care with a serious head injury, after one of the worst crashes the sport has seen in nearly two decades.

F1 radio ban delayed to ensure fairness for all, says FIA
F1 radio ban delayed to ensure fairness for all, says FIA

 Formula One has back-tracked on a planned clampdown on radio and pitboard messages for reasons of fairness but remains determined to end driver `coaching` during races, the world governing body said on Friday.

Formula One revises radio ban after team talks
Formula One revises radio ban after team talks

Formula One`s governing body postponed the bulk of a ban on radio and pit board messages until next season after deciding on Friday that this weekend`s Singapore Grand Prix was too early for teams to adapt to the new restrictions.

F1 teams warned against coded messages
F1 teams warned against coded messages

Formula One`s governing body has banned teams from sending drivers coded messages under a controversial clampdown on the use of radio communications from this weekend`s Singapore Grand Prix.

The way Formula E begins: not with a whimper but a crash
The way Formula E begins: not with a whimper but a crash

 The crowd surged to its feet with a gasp as Nicolas Prost`s car struck Nick Heidfeld`s as they battled for first place, sending Heidfeld into a barrier and corkscrewing into the air at the inaugural Formula E electric race in Beijing.

Formula One wants teams to get the message on radio use
Formula One wants teams to get the message on radio use

Formula One has banned from next week`s Singapore Grand Prix all radio communications that help improve the performance of the car or driver in a move that could add another twist to the title battle between Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton.

Russian GP on track despite Ukraine crisis

The inaugural Russian Formula One Grand Prix in Sochi remains on track for an October debut despite concern raised by the crisis in Ukraine, according to local promoters and the sport`s governing body.

Schumacher still `fighting` says auto racing chief

Michael Schumacher is still "fighting" for his life but his future remains uncertain, International Automobile Federation president Jean Todt said on Sunday.

New look Formula One hears a different tune

If Formula One stands on the edge of the unknown, with new technologies and a very different engine to last year, then the start of pre-season testing on Tuesday should at least show what the future sounds like.

F1 tweaks rules but double points set to stay

Formula One looks set to go ahead with a controversial decision to award double points for the last race of the season after the governing body announced various rule changes on Thursday but not the one many fans had hoped for.

Marussia play down entry list concern

Marussia plan to attend the first pre-season Formula One test in Spain this month and have no concerns about their championship entry being listed as provisional, sporting director Graeme Lowdon said on Monday.

Formula One to award pole position trophy

Formula One will award a pole position trophy next year to the driver who qualifies fastest the most times during the season, the governing International Automobile Federation (FIA) announced on Thursday.