Jules Bianchi out of artificial coma, say family
Jules Bianchi out of artificial coma, say family

Critically injured French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi is no longer in an artificial coma but remains unconscious, his family said in a statement on Wednesday.

Jules Bianchi crash forces F1 teams to confront change
Jules Bianchi crash forces F1 teams to confront change

In the month that Jules Bianchi has battled for his life after crashing into a recovery truck at the Japanese Grand Prix, his Marussia team has gone into administration and Formula One has agonised over race safety.

F1 to trial virtual safety car at US Grand Prix
F1 to trial virtual safety car at US Grand Prix

Formula one would reportedly trial a virtual safety car at the U.S. Grand Prix this weekend, in light of eliminating the possibility of a repeat of the accident that left Marussia driver Jules Bianchi in a critical condition.

Jenson Button is a wanted man, says his manager
Jenson Button is a wanted man, says his manager

Jenson Button is a wanted man, even if McLaren ultimately decide they do not want to retain the 2009 Formula One world champion for next season.

Jules Bianchi remains critical, but stable, says family
Jules Bianchi remains critical, but stable, says family

French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi remains in a "critical but stable" condition in hospital in Japan, his family said on Thursday.

Ross Brawn, Stefano Domenicali on Jules Bianchi accident panel
Ross Brawn, Stefano Domenicali on Jules Bianchi accident panel

Former Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali and ex-Mercedes principal Ross Brawn will be part of a panel reviewing Formula One safety in the wake of Jules Bianchi`s Japanese Grand Prix accident, the sport`s governing body said on Monday.

Motorsports can't be 100% safe, says Robert Kubica
Motorsports can't be 100% safe, says Robert Kubica

Former Formula One driver, Robert Kubica says that Jules Bianchi's crash in the Japanese Grand Prix reminds that motor sport is always associated with danger and risk. On the race-day, Bianchi lost control of his car at Suzuka where an earlier incident had occurred, involving Sauber's Adrian Sutil.

Marussia angered at Jules Bianchi crash report
Marussia angered at Jules Bianchi crash report

The Marussia Formula One team have slammed media reports that Jules Bianchi and team officials ignored safety measures before the horrific crash that left the Frenchman fighting for his life in Japan.

Lewis Hamilton says he is `literally praying like crazy` for Bianchi
Lewis Hamilton says he is `literally praying like crazy` for Bianchi

 Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has said that he is literally praying like crazy for Marussia driver Jules Bianchi, after the racer had a horrific accident in the Japanese Grand Prix last Sunday.

Strained mood as security prepare for Vladimir Putin at Russian Grand Prix
Strained mood as security prepare for Vladimir Putin at Russian Grand Prix

The inaugural Russian Grand Prix will take place on Sunday in a strained atmosphere, part-subdued and part-celebratory, amid high security and dramatic speculation, all intensified when, as expected, president Vladimir Putin arrives in the paddock before the race.

Russian Grand Prix: Marussia to race with one car in Sochi
Russian Grand Prix: Marussia to race with one car in Sochi

Marussia will race with only one car in Sunday`s Russian Formula One Grand Prix out of respect for their severely injured French driver Jules Bianchi, the team said on Friday.

Jules Bianchi crash aftermath hangs over maiden Russian Grand Prix
Jules Bianchi crash aftermath hangs over maiden Russian Grand Prix

Just days after Jules Bianchi's life-threatening accident at the rain-lashed Japanese Grand Prix, Formula One drives into another controversy this weekend with the opening practice sessions for the inaugural Russian Grand Prix.

F1 should consider bringing in enclosed cockpits for driver's safety: Claire Williams
F1 should consider bringing in enclosed cockpits for driver's safety: Claire Williams

Williams deputy team principal Claire Williams is reportedly of the opinion that Formula One should consider bringing in enclosed to improve driver safety in light of Marussia driver Jules Bianchi's recent Japanese Grand Prix crash.

Triumph and tragedy for Jules Bianchi's family
Triumph and tragedy for Jules Bianchi's family

Frenchman Jules Bianchi, who is lying critically ill in a hospital in Yokkaichi following his horror crash in the Japanese Grand Prix, comes from a family steeped in rich motorsport tradition but also scarred by previous tragedy.

Marussia driver Jules Bianchi's family gives update on his condition
Marussia driver Jules Bianchi's family gives update on his condition

The family of Marussia driver Jules Bianchi, who met with a terrible accident at the Japanese Grand Prix, has issued an update on his condition.

Jules Bianchi's girlfriend tweets support for her critically ill 'champion'
Jules Bianchi's girlfriend tweets support for her critically ill 'champion'

 Marussia driver Jules Bianchi's girlfriend tweeted support for her partner calling the Formula One star her 'champion' as he fights for his life following his crash in the Japanese Grand Prix.

Jules Bianchi in 'critical but stable' condition following Japanese GP crash
Jules Bianchi in 'critical but stable' condition following Japanese GP crash

The FIA has revealed that Marussia driver Jules Bianchi's condition is critical but stable following his crash in the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday.

F1 director Whiting backs safety procedures in Japan GP despite 'horrific' Bianchi crash
F1 director Whiting backs safety procedures in Japan GP despite 'horrific' Bianchi crash

Formula One's influential race director Charlie Whiting has expressed his confidence in the safety procedures of the Japanese Grand Prix after Marussia driver Jules Bianchi suffered a series accident on the Suzuka track on Sunday.

F1 safety back in the spotlight
F1 safety back in the spotlight

 Formula One fans are used to seeing drivers walk away from terrifying accidents but sometimes, in a sport that will always be dangerous however much is done to try and reduce the risks, a hole appears in the safety net.

Former F1 driver killed in motorbike accident

At a time when Formula One was already reeling with French driver Jules Bianchi battling for life after his serious crash in the Japanese Grand Prix another news filtered in of former F1 driver Andrea De Cesaris being killed in a motorcycle accident.