Volkswagen boardroom politics seem to have made the Group's entry into Formula 1 more likely, but the in-development F2 series could make an ideal staging post, as Kate Walker explains.
Two-time Formula 1 champion Mika Hakkinen believes it is “difficult to know” whether Ferrari should retain Kimi Raikkonen beyond the end of 2015.
Force India owner Vijay Mallya is facing calls to resign from the board of United Spirits Ltd after an internal enquiry said he had allegedly diverted funds to other companies.
Sergio Perez believes he would be winning races and fighting for the Formula 1 championship if he had a competitive car.
The chairman of Volkswagen, Ferdinand Piech, has quit – effectively opening the door for one of the car manufacturer’s many brands to enter Formula 1.
Former world champion Jacques Villeneuve believes that Fernando Alonso might have blown his chance of ever winning a third title by switching to McLaren-Honda this year.
Force India says it supports Bernie Ecclestone's plan to introduce a budget 'customer' Formula 1 engine that will run in competition with the current works hybrid V6s.
The current V6 hybrid turbo engines have been blamed for a lot of the problems Formula 1 is having. But that's just a very simplistic view, as Kate Walker explains.
Dr Helmut Marko has admitted that Red Bull Racing won’t be able to compete with Mercedes and Ferrari until the end of the season.