Sahara Force India Formula One Team is pleased to confirm that Nico Hulkenberg will continue to race with team for 2015.
With two race weekends left, the 2014 Blancpain Sprint Series has entered the deciding phase of the season.
Lewis Hamilton continued his dominance at the Russian venue.
Lewis Hamilton overshadowed his nearest rival by more than eight tenths. McLaren rookie outpaced his teammate. Fernando Alonso in third in his Ferrari.
Mercedes drivers in top two spots ahead of Button and Alonso. Marussia to run single car ‘out of respect’ for Bianchi.
Mercedes pair tops free practice, Button only one tenth behind.
F1 protagonists are against the idea.
Lewis Hamilton gets his win before the checkered flag due to a second red flag. Rosberg in P2 and second podium for Vettel in P3.
Mercedes drivers never give up. Bottas in third.
Mercedes pair one-two in the second practice session of Japanese GP with Bottas in third.
Transcript of the Thursday press conference organised by the FIA for the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix
“We hope to have three or four different makers of motors & batteries in the championship for year two." Formula E to become centre for EV development.
Schatz gets his 22nd win of the season and the second in a row at a track he had never won at before.
Gets around David Gravel and holds off a late charging Shane Stewart
Charles Picwill join his compatriot Franck Montagny.
He scores his sixth World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series win of the season after holding off Kyle Hirst by .005 seconds
Esteban Ocon leads Max Verstappen by 94 points.
Schatz extends his points lead over second place Daryn Pittman
Daryn Pittman is second, 118 points back, while Paul McMahan is third, 174 points out of lead
Brown is now second in the point standings for the Knoxville Nationals title
The newly founded DTM Driver Association (DTMDA) set to work at the sixth race of the 2014 DTM season in Spielberg.
McLaughlin and Mostert were again 1-2 in practice.
Niki Lauda has put his mind to the problem of F1's dwindling television and spectator audiences.
Mercedes' title-warring drivers have been told they must follow team orders over the remaining eight races of 2014.