F1 ditches plan to bring back refuelling

F1 ditches plan to bring back refuelling

Formula One has abandoned controversial plans to reintroduce refuelling from 2017 after teams decided it would not be a good move, Force India deputy principal Bob Fernley said on Friday.

Force India to have revised car for Silverstone

Force India to have revised car for Silverstone

Force India will test their heavily revised Formula One car in Austria this month with a race debut scheduled for Silverstone in July, deputy team principal Bob Fernley said on Saturday.

Force India F1 team aiming to sign reserve driver

Force India F1 team aiming to sign reserve driver

Force India expect to sign a reserve driver now that Formula One has kicked off its European season, according to deputy principal Bob Fernley.

Force India ready to flip a coin over new F1 car

Force India ready to flip a coin over new F1 car

Force India may have to flick a coin to decide whether Sergio Perez or Nico Hulkenberg is first to race their upgraded Formula One car.

F1 engine allocation set to stay unchanged

F1 engine allocation set to stay unchanged

Red Bull`s hopes of staving off engine penalties this season look doomed, with teams set to reject a proposal to increase the allocation per driver from four to five when Formula One`s strategy group meets next week.

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.

Marussia vow to fight on despite car setback

Marussia vow to fight on despite car setback

The Marussia Formula One team refused to give up their fight for survival on Friday after rivals voted down a proposal for them to race with last year`s cars.

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.

Bernie Ecclestone sure all teams will race in Austin

Bernie Ecclestone sure all teams will race in Austin

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone dismissed the threat of a U.S. Grand Prix boycott on Saturday after cash-strapped smaller teams suggested they could take drastic action to push their demands for more money.

US Grand Prix boycott cannot be ruled out, says Force India boss

US Grand Prix boycott cannot be ruled out, says Force India boss

Formula One`s cash-strapped smaller teams could boycott Sunday`s U.S. Grand Prix unless their complaints about the division of revenues are heard, Force India deputy principal Bob Fernley said on Saturday.

F1 teams step away from cost-cutting clash

Formula One`s cash-strapped smaller teams sounded a note of cautious optimism on Friday after a meeting with the sport`s powerbrokers to discuss how to slash costs in the face of opposition to a cap on spending.

Formula One abandons cost cap plan

Formula One has abandoned plans to impose a budget cap in 2015 and will seek to reduce costs instead through regulation changes, FIA president Jean Todt said on Sunday.

Sahara Force India could soon name new driver

Sahara Force India could soon name their new driver to partner Paul di Resta, according to the Formula One outfit`s deputy team principal, Bob Fernley.