Eric La Roche, Jason Zide and William Priest pictured after winning the Infiniti Performance Engineering Academy at Infiniti Red Bull Racing

Infiniti announce winners of global talent search

Eric La Roche, Jason Zide and William Priest pictured after winning the Infiniti Performance Engineering Academy at Infiniti Red Bull Racing Infiniti announced the winners of its global talent search...
Sebastian Vettel with Christian Horner

Horner wrong to blame Renault for Austria problems

Sebastian Vettel with Christian Horner Renault was not solely to blame for Sebastian Vettel's problems in Austria last time out, after the reigning F1 world champion suffered a momentary loss of drive in...
Combination of Red Bull and Renault have netted eight world titles - four drivers and four constructors - in four years

Red Bull to buy Renault F1 engine division?

Combination of Red Bull and Renault have netted eight world titles - four drivers and four constructors - in four years Even amid ongoing denials, reports suggesting that Red Bull are considering...
Ferrari have not enjoyed a good season largely due to their below par V6 power unit

Ferrari: To win in F1 we must have no weak links

Ferrari have not enjoyed a good season due largely to their below par V6 power unit Just like struggling world champions Red Bull, fellow Formula 1 grandee team Ferrari are also looking for a way out of...
For Sale: Below par F1 turbo engine project

Renault F1 V6 turbo project up for sale?

For Sale: Below par F1 turbo engine project The reports surrounding the future of troubled engine supplier Renault continue to mount in the aftermath of a nightmare race weekend in Austria, beginning with...
Mercedes have some worries

Mercedes still troubled by reliability glitch

Mercedes have some worries Mercedes' reliability worries are not over. In the aftermath of the weekend in Canada, where Lewis Hamilton failed to finish, while Nico Rosberg had to nurse his ailing W05...
The return of sparks to Formula 1?

Formula 1 looking at sparks to improve the show

The return of sparks to Formula 1? Hot on the heels of the exhaust megaphone flop, Formula 1 is now courting even more controversy with its latest push to spice up the show - sparking cars. Ferrari...
Kimi Raikkonen in the Ferrari F14T during the Canadian GP weekend

Tech Talk: What have Ferrari got in the pipeline?

Kimi Raikkonen in the Ferrari F14T during the Canadian GP weekend Ferrari made it clear before Canada that they had a significant number of development tweaks to try out during the course of the weekend...
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Tech Talk: Red Bull grafting hard to close the gap

It would be fair to say that Red Bull won the Canadian Grand Prix because Mercedes imploded rather than a blow for blow duel, but that should not detract from the fact that the world champion team are grafting...
Adrian Newey at the drawing board

Newey will lead Red Bull RB11 design then step back

Adrian Newey at the drawing board Adrian Newey has confirmed that he is still heading up and very much involved in the the design of next year's Red Bull race car - the RB11. The paddock drew breath in...
AVL

FIA to investigate Toro Rosso, Renault test

AVL automotive test facility in Graz The FIA is looking into what happened in Graz between the final Bahrain test and the season opening Australian Grand Prix, after a whistleblower last week circulated...
AVL

Reports of secret Red Bull test emerge

Reports of a secret Red Bull test are starting to emerge in the wake of a Bild newspaper report claiming that the reigning world champion team undertook testing indoors at the Austrian company AVL's...
Adrian Newey

Newey frustrated by restrictive F1 rules

Adrian Newey Restrictive rules have slowed the pace of aerodynamic development in Formula 1. Frustrated aerodynamics 'genius' Adrian Newey recently told Auto Motor und Sport that the era of making giant...
Formula One World Championship, Rd6, Monaco Grand Prix, Race, Monte-Carlo, Monaco, Sunday 25 May 2014.

Ferrari to unleash Version-B of the F14T in Montreal

Ferrari are arriving in Montreal, for the Canadian Grand Prix weekend with a heavily revised F14T which Italian media are calling 'Version-B'. Autosprint are reporting that the race at the circuit named...
Gill Ultrasonic Fuel Flow Meter used currently in F1

All new fuel flow meter to make F1 debut in 2014

Gill Ultrasonic Fuel Flow Meter used currently in F1 Formula 1 looks set to abolish the troublesome Gill fuel flow sensor, which earlier this season was at the centre of Daniel Ricciardo's disputed...