Christian Horner tells Mercedes not to act against Formula One's interest
Christian Horner tells Mercedes not to act against Formula One's interest

Red Bull boss Christian Horner tells Mercedes not to act against the interests of sport by blocking the proposed additional engine update next year.

Fernando Alonso is leaving Ferrari, confirms Luca di Montezemolo
Fernando Alonso is leaving Ferrari, confirms Luca di Montezemolo

Fernando Alonso is leaving Ferrari at the end of the season because he wants a fresh environment and needs to be winning again, the Formula One team`s ex-chairman Luca di Montezemolo said on Wednesday.

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.

Sebastian Vettel blames lack of power for Mercedes gap

Sebastian Vettel blamed a lack of power from his Renault engine for the massive gap between his third placed Red Bull and the two Mercedes on the front row of the grid for Sunday`s Belgian Grand Prix.

Fernando Alonso is an enigma, says former Ferrari tech director

Former Ferrari technical director Aldo Costa says that Fernando Alonso is an enigma. Costa, who is now with Mercedes, admits that the Spaniard driver is a difficult man to fathom.

Red Bull say Renault performance unacceptable

Formula One champions Red Bull called for change at engine partners Renault after an `unacceptable` performance in Sunday`s Austrian Grand Prix.

F1 to face `serious` cash crisis if `cost-cutting` measures not introduced soon: Williams

Formula One team Williams has warned that the sport faces a serious cash crisis if it does not introduce serious cost-cutting measures.

Lotus` Pastor Maldonado crashes car during Chinese GP practice

Lotus driver Pastor Maldonado reportedly had a bad day during Friday`s practice at the Chinese Grand Prix, spinning his car and then crashing in the pit lane.

Alonso returns to familiar position, tops Chinese GP Practice 1

Former World Champion, Fernando Alonso and his Italian stable Ferrari returns to the top of time-sheet for the first time this season after an impressive Friday Free practice 1 at Shanghai International Circuit.

From a go-kart racer to youngest F1 champ in 2005: Alonso

Ferrari`s Formula One racer Fernando Alonso has reportedly revealed how he went from becoming a go-kart racer to Formula One`s youngest champion in 2005.

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.

Gastaldi appointed Lotus deputy principal

The Lotus Formula One team appointed Federico Gastaldi as deputy principal with immediate effect at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on Friday.

Red Bull still not in best shape, says Vettel

Red Bull will put a "very different" car on the track for the season-opening Australian Grand Prix from the model which disappointed during the last test in Bahrain, reigning champion Sebastian Vettel said on Thursday.

Melbourne will be an "anxious weekend" - Renault

Renault have made some progress in ironing out the engine problems that have blighted Formula One preseason testing, but will head into the season-opener in Melbourne with doubts about "incomplete" preparations.

Red Bull dismiss Vettel tantrum report

Formula One champions Red Bull recognised on Saturday they were well behind rivals in pre-season testing but dismissed reports that Sebastian Vettel had "thrown a hissy fit" about the situation.

Red Bull Racing playing catch-up in final pre-season test in Bahrain

Formula One teams began their final pre-season test in Bahrain on Thursday with champions Red Bull and engine partners Renault still struggling as Mercedes-powered rivals racked up the laps.

Lotus F1 team renews engine deal with Renault

Lotus and Renault have extended their Formula One partnership for 2014 and beyond, both sides announced in a statement on Thursday.

Jerez Test: Renault have work cut out after Red Bull Racing woes

Renault recognised they faced a "litany of issues" with their new Formula One engine on Friday after problems forced champions Red Bull to end the first pre-season test early and with barely any laps completed.

Ghorpade finishes ninth in his Formula 2 ALPS debut

Young Indian racing driver Parth Ghorpade finished ninth in his Formula Renault 2.0 ALPS debut at Vallelunga, Italy.

Petrov`s F1 career in danger

Vitaly Petrov`s career as Russia`s only Formula One driver hangs in balance after the Russian government cut off financial support, his manager Oksana Kosachenko said.