Daniel Ricciardo itching to get back behind wheel
Daniel Ricciardo itching to get back behind wheel

Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo cannot wait to get back behind the wheel in a bid for redemption at his home Australian Grand Prix where a controversial disqualification robbed him of a maiden podium last season.

Australian Grand Prix posts record A$60 million loss
Australian Grand Prix posts record A$60 million loss

The 2014 Australian Grand Prix posted a record A$59.97 million ($55 million) loss amid soaring costs and declining revenue, government officials said on Wednesday.

Ricciardo says has moved on following failed Australian GP FIA appeal

Red Bull`s driver Daniel Ricciardo has reportedly insisted that he has moved from the proposition on after the FIA dismissed the team`s appeal to reinstate his first podium finish in the Australian Grand Prix.

Ricciardo playing `catch-up` after failed appeal

Daniel Ricciardo said Thursday he hadn`t been counting on having his second place in the Australian Grand Prix reinstated on appeal and insisted he had "moved on" from the failed bid.

Red Bull lose Ricciardo Australian GP appeal

Red Bull on Tuesday lost their appeal over Daniel Ricciardo`s Australian Grand Prix disqualification.

Red Bull look to overturn Ricciardo penalty

World champions Red Bull believe they can overturn Daniel Ricciardo`s Australian Grand Prix disqualification on Monday and reinvigorate their 2014 challenge.

Red Bull appeal is first test of F1`s new era

The first big technical controversy of Formula One`s new engine era has its day in court on Monday with champions Red Bull confident they have a strong case in appealing Daniel Ricciardo`s Australian Grand Prix exclusion.

F1 legend Jackie Stewart warns Hamilton to beware of next `Alain Prost` Rosberg

Former Formula One champion Sir Jackie Stewart has warned Mercedes racer Lewis Hamilton that his teammate Nico Rosberg may become the next ` Alain Prost`, ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix.

Tyre trouble hinders Mercedes advantage

Heavy tyre degradation caused by the searing Sepang temperatures has limited Mercedes` advantage over their Formula One rivals at the Malaysian Grand Prix, according to championship leader Nico Rosberg.

Vettel blasts quieter engines, says bad for fans

Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel has blasted the sport`s new V6 turbo engines for a lack of noise, saying the tracks were now quieter than most bars and that fans were missing out.

Most of Melbourne problems are resolved, say Renault

Most of the engine problems suffered by Renault-powered cars at the season-opening Australian Formula One Grand Prix have been resolved, the manufacturer said on Tuesday ahead of this weekend`s race in Malaysia.

`Unhappy` Red Bull owner threatens to pull team out of F1

Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz has warned that his team may quit Formula One if he continues to be unhappy over the way the sport is being run.

Lewis Hamilton prays for MH370 passengers

Sepang (Malaysia): Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton offered his prayers and sympathies to the friends and families of the passengers of the Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 which has remained untraced since it went missing March 8.

Red Bull battling to be second best, says Daniel Ricciardo

It will take a lot more than disqualification from his home Australian Formula One Grand Prix to wipe the smile off Red Bull new boy Daniel Ricciardo`s face.

FIA backs meter maker in Red Bull flow row

Formula One`s governing body is satisfied with the fuel flow meter whose accuracy was questioned by champions Red Bull after Daniel Ricciardo was disqualified from the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, the makers said on Tuesday.

Formula One: Australia organisers complain cars too quiet

Australian Grand Prix organisers Monday complained their contract may have been breached with new Formula Ones rules making the cars too quiet, detracting from what fans wanted.

Red Bull boss says Ricciardo, team blameless

Red Bull boss Christian Horner says Daniel Ricciardo was blameless in the bungle that led to his sensational disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix, as the team vowed to fight the ruling.

Give me a brake, Kobayashi tells critics

Japan`s Kamui Kobayashi sarcastically hit back at his critics on Monday after an investigation found his Australian Grand Prix crash was due to brake failure.

Emotional Button hails strong McLaren start

Jenson Button has hailed McLaren`s strong start to the Formula One season in an "emotional" Australian Grand Prix just two months after the death of his father.

Formula One: Reliability fears temper Mercedes win

Nico Rosberg said Mercedes would have to work hard to improve the reliability of their new F1 car despite his emphatic win in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.