Honda remain upbeat despite F1 problems
Honda remain upbeat despite F1 problems

Honda are committed to Formula One and expect their relationship with McLaren to become a winning one despite current problems with the engine, according to the Japanese car company`s motorsport head Yasuhisa Arai.

France`s Franck Petricola dies at Isle of Man TT

French motorcyclist Franck Petricola has died following an accident during a qualifying session at the Isle of Man TT races, organisers announced.

Mercedes dominance has rivals calling for reform
Mercedes dominance has rivals calling for reform

Mercedes chief Toto Wolff said that rival teams who are "moaning" about his team's commanding success should put their heads down and work harder following the Silver Arrows' domination at the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix here on Sunday.

Motorsports: Abhishek Mishra, CS Santosh enjoy massive leads

Delhi's Abhishek Mishra (co-driver PVS Murthy) and CS Santosh from Bengaluru, enjoying sizeable leads in Xtreme and Moto-Quad categories, respectively, are within striking distance of winning titles in the 13th Maruti Suzuki Desert Storm cross-country Rally on conclusion of Leg 4 here Saturday night.

 Joey Logano wins shootout to claim Daytona 500
Joey Logano wins shootout to claim Daytona 500

Joey Logano won a two-lap shootout to capture a first Daytona 500 on Sunday as Jeff Gordon`s Great American Race farewell ended in a last lap crash. 

 Perth Glory edge ahead in A-League over inactive Victory
Perth Glory edge ahead in A-League over inactive Victory

Perth Glory held Melbourne City to a scoreless draw Sunday to extend their lead in Australia`s A-League to two points.

Michael Schumacher starting to recognize family but still unable to speak, claims 'friend'
Michael Schumacher starting to recognize family but still unable to speak, claims 'friend'

Former Formula One racer Philippe Streiff on Sunday said Michael Schumacher "was yet to recover the power of speech" but was "beginning to recognize those close to him".

Sebastian Vettel holds first test with Ferrari
Sebastian Vettel holds first test with Ferrari

Four-time Formula One champion Sebastian Vettel is testing with Ferrari for the first time since joining the Italian team.

Double points to be scrapped next year: Reports
Double points to be scrapped next year: Reports

The controversial `double points` system in the final Formula One Grand Prix of the season will be abandoned next year, British magazine Autosport reported on Wednesday.

Kimi Raikkonen sees fun times ahead with Sebastian Vettel
Kimi Raikkonen sees fun times ahead with Sebastian Vettel

Kimi Raikkonen saw fun times ahead after Ferrari ended months of waiting and confirmed that Sebastian Vettel would replace Fernando Alonso at the Formula One team next season.

Abu Dhabi GP: Pressure? No pressure, says Lewis Hamilton
Abu Dhabi GP: Pressure? No pressure, says Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton played down the pressure of his Formula One title showdown with Nico Rosberg on Thursday by saying he had years of experience in dealing with it.

Abu Dhabi GP agrees multi-year contract extension
Abu Dhabi GP agrees multi-year contract extension

Abu Dhabi Grand Prix organisers have agreed a contract extension to keep their race on the Formula One calendar for years to come.

Ferrari confirm Fernando Alonso departure
Ferrari confirm Fernando Alonso departure

Spain`s double world champion Fernando Alonso is leaving Ferrari at the end of the season, the Italian Formula One team said on Thursday.

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.

Nico Rosberg plays it clever and consistent
Nico Rosberg plays it clever and consistent

Nico Rosberg was born in Germany, brought up in Monaco and Ibiza, educated at an international school in the south of France and has a famous Finnish father.

F1 not interested in young fans, says Bernie Ecclestone
F1 not interested in young fans, says Bernie Ecclestone

Formula One would rather cater for rich over-70s than chase a younger generation that cannot afford luxury watches and is more interested in social media, according to commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone.

Hamilton, Alonso hope Button stays in F1
Hamilton, Alonso hope Button stays in F1

Lewis Hamilton says McLaren would be making a mistake to ditch his former team mate Jenson Button at the end of the Formula One season and should focus instead on building a better car.

Felipe Nasr to join Sauber in 2015
Felipe Nasr to join Sauber in 2015

Sao Paulo: Sauber Formula One team announced on Wednesday that Brazil`s Felipe Nasr will drive for them in 2015 joining fellow new recruit Marcus Ericsson.

British Indian billionaire brothers eyeing F1 Marussia team
British Indian billionaire brothers eyeing F1 Marussia team

 British Indian brothers Baljinder Sohi and Sonny Kaushal are reportedly looking to purchase Formula One team Marussia, based in Britain and owned by Russian billionaire Andrey Cheglakov.

Caterham, Marussia to miss next races: Bernie Ecclestone
Caterham, Marussia to miss next races: Bernie Ecclestone

The struggling Caterham and Marussia Formula One teams will both miss next week`s U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, the sport`s commercial supremo Bernie Ecclestone told Reuters on Saturday.