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Sat 18 Apr 2015
Bahrain GP: Friday press conference

Bahrain GP: Friday press conference

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

Fri 17 Apr 2015
Vettel facing 'loose wheel' inquiryHeadline

Vettel facing 'loose wheel' inquiry

Although no action was taken by the FIA stewards after the collision between Sebastian Vettel and Sergio Perez today, the Ferrari driver might yet be penalised.

How ‘spec’ can F1 afford to be?Headline

How ‘spec’ can F1 afford to be?

Formula 1 teams spend a fortune designing bespoke parts you can’t see that do the same job as their rivals. But if it was more of spec formula, would it continue to be F1?

Lauda: Hamilton contract Headline

Lauda: Hamilton contract "just needs to get signed"

Mercedes non-executive chairman Niki Lauda says he is not concerned that Lewis Hamilton has yet to sign his new contract for 2016 and beyond, and insists that the deal is done and dusted.

Raikkonen leads Ferrari 1-2 in first Bahrain practiceHeadline

Raikkonen leads Ferrari 1-2 in first Bahrain practice

Kimi Raikkonen set the fastest time in free practice one for the Bahrain Grand Prix, leading a Ferrari one-two as the Mercedes cars languished near the bottom of the timesheets.

Tyres key to Ferrari's advantage over Williams - MassaHeadline

Tyres key to Ferrari's advantage over Williams - Massa

Felipe Massa says that Ferrari is doing a much better job with the 2015 Pirelli tyres than any other team – and that Williams has to work hard to catch up.

Alonso confident MP4-30 will handle well as power is ramped upHeadline

Alonso confident MP4-30 will handle well as power is ramped up

Fernando Alonso insists that a lack of power is not masking any unexpected deficiencies in the McLaren chassis – in other words he expects its handling to remain consistent as the engine performance is ramped up.

Thu 16 Apr 2015
Team interests have priority, says RosbergHeadline

Team interests have priority, says Rosberg

Nico Rosberg says the interests of his Mercedes Formula 1 team will continue to have priority as Ferrari's pace has an impact on his battle with Lewis Hamilton.

Vettel would “welcome” Mercedes duo clashing on trackHeadline

Vettel would “welcome” Mercedes duo clashing on track

Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel says it is “irrelevant” to him if the Mercedes drivers are at war, but said he’d welcome them colliding on track if their simmering duel boiled over.