Formula One: F1 drives into unknown at season-opener

Formula One enters a new and unpredictable era at Sunday`s Australian Grand Prix after a change in engines and a limit on fuel left many drivers wondering whether they will reach the finish.

Ricciardo, Magnussen, Kvyat set to create new world order in Formula One

The new Formula One era started with few visible signs of a new world order arriving. On Saturday, the 2014 Australian Grand Prix qualifier witnessed the quadruple champion Sebastian Vettel struggling and finished a disappointing thirteenth on the grid. The prodigious German latter conceded that the Red Bull Racing`s new chassis RB10 lacked `drivability`.

With Ancelotti and Ronaldo, Real Madrid on course to achieve `La Decima` dream

Their convincing win in Germany will surely give a new meaning to Real Madrid La Decima target. With Ancelotti and Ronaldo doing the tricks, Madridistas can hope for a season laced with titles and celebrations.

Sebastian Vettel teases rivals with traction control comments

Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel teased rivals puzzling over how his car could be so much quicker than theirs by jokingly referring to Red Bull`s `traction control system` on Thursday.

Dhoni richer than Alonso, Hamilton, Bolt, Nadal, Djokovic!

Indian cricket team’s captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has been ranked at 16th place on Forbes` list of highest-paid athletes in the world. Golfer Tiger Woods is the highest paid athlete, according to Forbes.

Vettel arrives in Sochi to inspect F1 circuit

Fresh from winning his third race of the season in Bahrain, Sebastian Vettel touched down here on Monday to test the track for next year`s Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix.

Rosberg edges Vettel for Bahrain pole

German Nico Rosberg saluted his Mercedes team for their overnight work on improving his car enough to land him pole position on Saturday for tomorrow`s Bahrain Grand Prix.

Force India`s Paul di Resta finishes 8th in Chinese GP

British Formula 1 driver Paul di Resta brought his Force India back home in eighth place in the Chinese Grand Prix here at the Shanghai International Circuit on Sunday.

I`d do the same again, says Vettel

Sebastian Vettel said on Thursday he would defy team orders again if it means winning a grand prix, in comments likely to further damage his shaky relationship with fellow Red Bull driver Mark Webber.

Vettel apologizes to Webber, Red Bull team for Malaysian GP fiasco

Red Bull team principle Christian Horner has revealed, Sebastian Vettel has personally apologized to fellow driver Mark Webber and the team staff for ignoring team orders, during Sunday`s Malaysian Grand Prix win.

Nick Fry to step down as CEO of Mercedes (Lead, correcting dateline)

The Mercedes Formula 1 team Friday announced that its CEO Nick Fry will step down from his position at the beginning of April.

Hamilton backs McLaren to come good after awful start to F1 season

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has backed his former team McLaren to come good in the current Formula One season after an awful start during the inaugural race in Melbourne.

Massa relishing life after ‘freak’ accident

Ferrari’s Formula One race car driver Felipe Massa has said, that a freak accident which may have ended his career, has instead caused him to ‘enjoy living’ more.

Sutil, Di Resta finish among top-10 in Australian GP

Sahara Force India started off their new Formula One season on a resounding note when comeback man Adrian Sutil and Paul Di Resta finished seventh and eighth, respectively in the Australian Grand Prix, earning the team 10 World Championship points.

Massa consulted shrink to save F1 career

Ferrari driver Felipe Massa has admitted he feared his Formula One career may have ended following an ill-fated start in 2012

Felipe Massa eyeing F1 title challenge

Ferrari driver Felipe Massa has said he intended to vie for the Formula 1 drivers` championship this year alongside team-mate Fernando Alonso.

Safety car, the unheralded hero of F1

When everyone is in the fast lane, his may seem a low-key job, driving a car at a slow speed. Never mind the speed, he has a crucial role - to ensure nothing untoward happens on the track and beyond. He drives what is known in Formula One a safety car and his responsibility is to make sure everyone around the circuit is safe and secure.

Ferrari, Alonso, celebrate pole at Monza

Two-time champion Fernando
Alonso delighted Ferrari`s home fans today when he claimed
pole position for tomorrow`s Italian Grand Prix with a
dazzling last-gasp lap.

Ferrari, Alonso, celebrate pole at Monza

Two-time champion Fernando
Alonso delighted Ferrari`s home fans today when he claimed
pole position for tomorrow`s Italian Grand Prix with a
dazzling last-gasp lap.

Alonso warns of Ferrari onslaught at Spain GP

Fernando Alonso has given his Ferrari team a perfect - and totally-insured - thumbs-up sign, predicting that next weekend they will launch a ferocious bid to win the Formula One world title this year.