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Michael Schumacher needs a 'miracle' to stay alive: Reports

Michael Schumacher needs a 'miracle' to stay alive: Reports

Schumacher got badly injured while skiing during a French Alps vacation in 2013.

F1 to revert to 2015 qualifying format - FIA sources

F1 to revert to 2015 qualifying format - FIA sources

Sources said the teams outlined their united position in a letter to F1 commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone and FIA head Jean Todt.

F1 teams want return to 2015 qualifying

F1 teams want return to 2015 qualifying

World champions Mercedes and Ferrari supply eight of the 11 teams, giving them more muscle in decision-making.

Refuelling back on the F1 agenda for 2017, says Todt

Refuelling back on the F1 agenda for 2017, says Todt

Todt says refuelling dropped for reasons of cost and safety, would be discussed at a meeting of the sport`s core Strategy Group in Geneva

Formula One: 2016 season to feature 21 races

Formula One: 2016 season to feature 21 races

The sport's tyre supplier Pirelli will provide three dry-weather compounds instead of two with the aim of spicing up strategy over a racing weekend.

Ferrari cleared to supply engines to Toro Rosso

Ferrari cleared to supply engines to Toro Rosso

Ferrari are already scheduled to supply Sauber and the new U.S.-based Haas team.

F1 in Paris tribute after Jean Todt 'road safety' slip

F1 in Paris tribute after Jean Todt 'road safety' slip

Todt's had a prolonged discussion with Bernie about how best to show respect for the Paris victims.

Michael Schumacher is still fighting: FIA president Jean Todt

Michael Schumacher is still fighting: FIA president Jean Todt

Schumi got injured while skiing during a French Alps vacation in December 2013.

FIA retires number 17 as tribute to late driver Jules Bianchi

FIA retires number 17 as tribute to late driver Jules Bianchi

 Motorsports' world governing body FIA on Monday decided to retire the number 17 for Formula One cars as an "appropriate gesture" for late driver Jules Bianchi.

Jean Todt asks Bernie Ecclestone to stop criticising F1 in public

Jean Todt asks Bernie Ecclestone to stop criticising F1 in public

International automobile federation (FIA) president Jean Todt urged Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone to cut his public criticism of various aspects of the motorsport.

Formula E will overtake F1 in five years, says Richard Branson

Formula E will overtake F1 in five years, says Richard Branson

Electric racing will overtake Formula One in popularity within five years, British entrepreneur Richard Branson predicted on Saturday at the final round of the new Formula E series.

Jean Todt says FIA faces no risk of corruption

Jean Todt says FIA faces no risk of corruption

The International Automobile Federation (FIA) is in no danger of suffering the sort of corruption scandal currently engulfing world soccer governing body FIFA, its president Jean Todt said on Saturday.

F1 revamp on agenda at 'crucial' strategy meeting

F1 revamp on agenda at 'crucial' strategy meeting

Formula One bosses and top teams will meet on Thursday to discuss a revamp of the sport, as well as technical concerns, but with considerable doubt over how much they can actually agree.

FIA boss Jean Todt says India deserves Formula 1

FIA boss Jean Todt says India deserves Formula 1

Jean Todt, president of world motorsports governing body FIA, has said that India deserves Formula 1 and he hopes the dropped Grand Prix returns to the country in the near future.

Philippe Streiff apologises to FIA after legal threat

Philippe Streiff apologises to FIA after legal threat

Former Formula One driver Philippe Streiff has apologised to FIA president Jean Todt and medical head Gerard Saillant for comments he made about the investigation into Jules Bianchi`s Japanese Grand Prix accident.

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.

Money talks louder than ever in Formula One

Money talks louder than ever in Formula One

Money has always talked in Formula One but now, with Caterham and Marussia in administration and only nine teams in Sunday`s U.S. Grand Prix, the talk is increasingly about money itself.

F1 to make key changes after Jules Bianchi crash

F1 to make key changes after Jules Bianchi crash

Formula One has learned lessons from Jules Bianchi's life-threatening crash in Japan and will make key changes to improve safety, two of the sport's leading figures said.

Michael Schumacher could 'live a relatively normal life' in short span: Jean Todt

Michael Schumacher could 'live a relatively normal life' in short span: Jean Todt

In what was delightful news for F1 fans across the world, Formula One President Jean Todt on Tuesday said seven-time World Champion Michael Schumacher would lead “a relatively normal life.”

Ferrari F1 team starts new era without Luca di Montezemolo

Ferrari F1 team starts new era without Luca di Montezemolo

Luca di Montezemolo`s resignation as Ferrari chairman on Wednesday severs an historic link with the company`s late founder Enzo and marks the end of an era for Formula One`s most successful and glamorous team.