John Booth (Manor), Rob White (Renault Sport F1), Eric Boullier (McLaren), Maurizio Arrivabene (Ferrari), Monisha Kaltenborn (Sauber) and Toto Wolff (Mercedes).

Bahrain Grand Prix: Teams’ press conference

Full transcript from the FIA hosted team representatives' press conference on the opening day of the Bahrain Grand Prix weekend at Sakhir, featuring: John Booth (Manor), Rob White (Renault Sport F1), Eric...
Colin+Kolles

Kolles blames stubborn Todt for Formula 1 problems

Former team boss Colin Kolles has pointed the finger squarely at Jean Todt, president of F1's governing body over a "massive regulations problem" within the sport. Kolles, formerly in charge at Force...
Wolff Ecclestone

Ecclestone: Toto is helping to kill Formula 1

Bernie Ecclestone has joined Max Mosley in fearing for the survival of Formula 1, and the sport's big boss is pointing a finger directly at Mercedes F1 chief Toto Wolff. Former FIA president Mosley, a...
FIA Website

FIA launch new clumsy and amateurish website

FIA have launched an upgraded website which looks distinctly amateurish, with out of focus image, text reports converted to images and clumsy navigation. The sport's governing body is clearly proud of...
Max Mosley

Marko: We need Max Mosley style leadership in F1

As Formula 1 speeds towards its next world championship battleground, the ongoing debate about the very future of the sport will also resume in Malaysia, with Red Bull consultant Helmut Marko throwing the...
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FIA still investigating Alonso crash

The FIA is still investigating the circumstances surrounding Fernando Alonso's mysterious Barcelona testing crash which happened last month. The Spanish driver is sitting out Melbourne amid ongoing...
Jean+Todt

Todt: Formula 1 turbo V6 engine era is here to stay

Jean Todt appears  increasingly unlikely to agree to any major revisions to Formula 1's current engine regulations, while Bernie Ecclestone has led the charge for the turbo V6s to be scrapped. FIA...
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FIA to investigate mysterious Alonso crash

Formula 1's governing body has vowed to investigate  the circumstances surrounding the mysterious crash, during the previous stanza of Barcelona F1 testing, which hospitalised Fernando Alonso for four...
Mercedes

Top F1 teams told camera mountings illegal

Top teams and likely title challengers Mercedes and Ferrari will have to modify their cars ahead of the season opener in Melbourne. That was the claim on Monday of Auto Motor und Sport, revealing that...