Adrian Sutil to start at back of F1 grid in Bahrain

Sauber`s Adrian Sutil was relegated to the back of the Bahrain Grand Prix starting grid on Saturday for forcing Romain Grosjean`s Lotus off the road in qualifying.

New career-long numbers for F1 drivers

Formula One has always been about numbers. It`s numbers game, all in all. The 107% rule, weight of a car, time taken to complete a lap, the fastest time registered by a driver, pit stop timings – these are some of the time-bound factors which decide a winner and fate of the team. Besides the thrills and spills on the circuit, `numbers` is also one of the main reasons why F1 is loved and followed religiously by millions around the world.

Lotus boss expects more teams to miss first F1 test

Lotus will not be the only team to miss Formula One`s first pre-season test in Spain this month, principal Eric Boullier said on Thursday.

Germany`s Adrian Sutil joins Sauber

Germany`s Adrian Sutil will race for Sauber next season, the Swiss Formula One team announced on Friday.

Perez to partner Hulkenberg at Force India

Sergio Perez will partner Nico Hulkenberg at Force India for the 2014 Formula 1 season and `beyond`, the Silverstone based team announced here Thursday.

Good homework is must before new season: Nico Hulkenberg

A day after his return to Sahara Force India, Nico Hulkenberg today insisted on doing a good `homework` before the 2014 season, which will mark beginning of a new era in Formula One due to change in regulations.

Force India eye strong finish to end 2013 season

Sahara Force India would not be complacent going to Brazilian Grand Prix, final race of the F1 season, as the team wants to finish sixth on the constructors title and the drivers want to sign off on a high, here on Sunday.

Adrian Sutil opens up about rivalry with McLaren

Adrian Sutil has said that he considers the former champions, McLaren, his direct rivals.

Moody Maldonado blamed again as he seeks `to buy` 2014 seat

Pastor Maldonado`s future in Formula One was the subject of renewed conjecture on Monday following his high-speed collision with Adrian Sutil in Sunday`s United States Grand Prix.

Sutil crash brings out safety car

The United States Grand Prix was flagged to run behind a Safety Car on the opening lap on Sunday after a major collision involving German driver Adrian Sutil.

Vettel wins US Grand Prix for record 8th successive victory

World champion Sebastian Vettel won a record eighth successive race when he triumphed in Sunday`s United States Grand Prix.

Adrian Sutil reveals secrets of staying focused

Adrian Sutil has revealed that to stay focused and razor sharp in the F1 circuit is tough and he follows a healthy diet.

Force India train eyes on fifth place

Having regained the momentum with 15 points in the last two races, an ambitious Sahara Force India are now looking to snatch fifth place from McLaren as Formula one caravan has reached its penultimate destination of the season.

Force India record first double points finish at home race

Force India pulled off a bold strategy to score their first double points finish at their home race at the Indian Grand Prix on Sunday with both its drivers finishing in the top ten.

We`ve achieved our Indian GP goal: Mallya

Sahara Force India enjoyed a superb outing in its home race by securing a double points finish in the Indian Grand Prix and team owner Vijay Mallya said the franchise has achieved its goal in Sunday`s race but wants to keep the momentum going in the remaining three races of the season.

Force India to pay tribute to Tendulkar at Indian GP

Sachin Tendulkar will not be seen at this year`s Indian Grand Prix but Sahara Force India would nonetheless pay tribute to the retiring cricket icon by having one of his oft-used nicknames adorn its cars` nose section come Sunday.

At the moment we are focusing on sixth position: Adrian Sutil

Adrian Sutil talks about Indian GP and more.

F1 needs 10 years to create awareness in India, feels Adrian Sutil

Formula 1 needs at least another decade in India to create a racing culture in the country, believes Force India driver Adrian Sutil.

Force India drivers say points a far cry at Indian GP

Force India drivers Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil feel it will be tough for them to score points in the remaining four races of the Formula 1 season, including the team`s home race this weekend.

Scoring points in home race would be tough: Force India

The emphasis on developing a car for next season, together with mid-season tyre change, has adversely hit the fortunes of the team this year and scoring points in Sunday`s home race also looks very tough, Sahara Force India drivers said on Tuesday.