Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, UAE 20 - 23 November 2014

Caterham administrator admits time is running out

Caterham's acting team boss and administrator has admitted time is running out to rescue the ailing backmarker. Although it was Caterham and not Marussia that successfully returned for the 2014 finale...
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Dallara starts work on 2016 Haas F1 car

Dallara factory Formula 1 newcomer Haas has begun to work on its first car for 2016, with Dallara reportedly tasked with design and production of the Formula 1 car. While the team will be based...
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Nurburgring still negotiating with Ecclestone

Nurburgring officials are still in talks with Bernie Ecclestone about hosting the 2015 German Grand Prix as scheduled, despite reports that Hockenheim would host this year's race. The F1 supremo has...
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Montezemolo tipped to head Rome Olympic bid

Ousted former long-time Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo's next project could be to secure the 2024 summer Olympics for Rome. Ansa news agency and La Repubblica newspaper said the 67-year-old...
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Chilton targets Indycar debut for 2016

Max Chilton Ex-Marussia driver Max Chilton will this year keep his motor racing career alive by racing in America. The 23-year-old Briton raced for Marussia in 2013 and 2014, but the backmarker team...
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Kubica starts his own WRC team

Former grand prix driver Robert Kubica has launched his own team to contest the world rally championship in 2015. The Pole's Formula 1 career ended when he almost severed his hand in a 2011 pre-season...
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Streiff blasts Todt for Bianchi accident cover-up

Former Formula 1 driver Philippe Streiff has launched a stinging attack against FIA president Jean Todt, with regards to what he is calling the shameful report on the Jules Bianchi accident at...
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Lauda calls for more powerful and difficult F1 cars

Although Mercedes dominated in 2014, the first year of the all new Formula 1 turbo era, team chairman Niki Lauda is keen on rules which in future will cater for 1,200 horsepower cars, with fat tyres which...
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Lauda sheds light on Hamilton contract situation

Mercedes F1 team chairman Niki Lauda has rubbished reports Lewis Hamilton that has been offered the most lucrative contract in Formula 1 to keep him with the Silver Arrows beyond 2015. La Gazzetta...