F1 is about money making: Ian King
F1 is about money making: Ian King

Taking a mild dig at Formula One, European drag racing ace Ian King says though he likes the pinnacle of motor sport, it has increasingly become money-driven.

Hulkenberg, Perez collect seven points for Force India
Hulkenberg, Perez collect seven points for Force India

Despite starting from the back of the grid, Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez collected seven points for Sahara Force India from the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, here on Sunday.

Last place now a triumph for Jenson Button, McLaren
Last place now a triumph for Jenson Button, McLaren

McLaren`s Jenson Button on Sunday said just finishing the Australian Grand Prix was a triumph of sorts as he remained upbeat despite coming in 11th and last.

Red Bull`s Daniel Ricciardo slams `boring race`
Red Bull`s Daniel Ricciardo slams `boring race`

Red Bull`s Daniel Ricciardo labelled the Australian Grand Prix "boring" on Sunday after dominant Mercedes claimed first and second spots more than 30 seconds ahead of the field.

Australian GP: Force India's Hulkenberg, Perez to start from 14th, 15th spots
Australian GP: Force India's Hulkenberg, Perez to start from 14th, 15th spots

As expected, it was not a great result for Sahara Force India in the qualifying session for Sunday's Australian Grand Prix as Nico Hulkenberg and Sergio Perez will start the season-opening race from the 14th and 15th spots respectively.

Misfiring McLaren plumb depths at Albert Park
Misfiring McLaren plumb depths at Albert Park

McLaren`s sense of foreboding from a dismal winter testing was confirmed at the Australian Grand Prix on Friday as drivers Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen languished near the bottom of the timesheets in the opening practice sessions of the season.

Sauber driver court case adjourned until Saturday
Sauber driver court case adjourned until Saturday

The court case between Dutch Formula One driver Giedo van der Garde and the Sauber team was adjourned until Saturday, leaving both parties in limbo ahead of the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.

Manor Marussia in race to be ready for Australian GP
Manor Marussia in race to be ready for Australian GP

The Manor Marussia Formula One team was still unsure if it would make it to the starting grid for this weekend`s season opening Australian Grand Prix after sitting out Friday`s practice sessions.

Haas F1 make key signings, secure UK base
Haas F1 make key signings, secure UK base

The Haas Formula One team have bought Marussia`s former headquarters in central England and hired key technical personnel ahead of a planned race debut next year.

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.

McLaren braced for troubled start to new Honda era
McLaren braced for troubled start to new Honda era

McLaren start the Formula One season in Australia with star signing Fernando Alonso absent and recovering from concussion, a Honda engine that has yet to run sweetly and a car that has spent more time in the garage than testing on track.

Smaller F1 teams face another hard road
Smaller F1 teams face another hard road

Formula One stands accused, ahead of a new season set to generate even more revenues for the billionaire sport, of burying its head in the sand about a looming cost crisis.

Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari story is sure to be red
Sebastian Vettel's Ferrari story is sure to be red

Sebastian Vettel makes his Ferrari race debut in Australia next week but the four-times Formula One world champion has been enjoying the perks of the job already.

Boy racer Max Verstappen is driven to succeed
Boy racer Max Verstappen is driven to succeed

Max Verstappen is a boy racer with a difference.

Carlos Sainz eager to be in the picture
Carlos Sainz eager to be in the picture

Carlos Sainz will be as disappointed as any Formula One fan that Fernando Alonso will be absent from next week`s Australian season-opener.

Lewis Hamilton hot favourite for triple triumph
Lewis Hamilton hot favourite for triple triumph

Lewis Hamilton starts the Formula One season as red-hot favourite to become a triple world champion but Niki Lauda, who knows how that feels, fears the battle could be tougher than ever.

Love real races where you're overtaking and battling: Lewis Hamilton
Love real races where you're overtaking and battling: Lewis Hamilton

Celebrated F1 driver Lewis Hamilton might have won the World Championship last season but he is still hungry for more races, involving battling and overtaking and wants more competition in this year's Formula One season that gets underway in Melbourne on March 15.

British Grand Prix: Less is more for Silverstone organisers
British Grand Prix: Less is more for Silverstone organisers

While Germany`s Formula One Grand Prix hangs in the balance, hit by dwindling crowds and rising losses, Britain`s Silverstone circuit believes it can make money and attract more fans by charging less.

Fernando Alonso to miss season-opening Australian GP
Fernando Alonso to miss season-opening Australian GP

Two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso will miss the opening race of the 2015 season in Australia after suffering concussion in a crash in testing, his McLaren team confirmed on Tuesday.

Bernie Ecclestone offers cash advance for smaller teams
Bernie Ecclestone offers cash advance for smaller teams

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has offered advance revenue payments to Sauber, Force India and Lotus to help with cash-flow problems ahead of the new season starting in Australia next week.