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Wed 27 May 2015
F1 set for louder engines in 2016Headline

F1 set for louder engines in 2016

Formula 1's engine manufacturers are working to fast-track a solution to improve the noise of engines for 2016, Motorsport.com can reveal.

De Villota's family not ruling out legal actionHeadline

De Villota's family not ruling out legal action

Maria de Villota's family is not ruling out legal action after the former Marussia Formula 1 team was cleared of any wrongdoing in her testing accident in 2012.

McLaren-Honda plans major upgrade for AustriaHeadline

McLaren-Honda plans major upgrade for Austria

Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button's hopes of closing in on the front of the Formula 1 field will be boosted by a major aerodynamic upgrade planned by their McLaren team for the Austrian Grand Prix.

Jacques Villeneuve Sr to race again at MontrealHeadline

Jacques Villeneuve Sr to race again at Montreal

‘Uncle’ Jacques Villeneuve, the brother of Gilles and uncle of 1997 Formula 1 World Champion Jacques, is to race on the support bill at the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal next weekend.

Verstappen: Headline

Verstappen: "I got brake tested"

Max Verstappen says he will come back stronger after the frustration of his huge Monaco accident with Romain Grosjean and subsequent five-place grid penalty for Canada.

Wood accepts partial blame for Coulthard clashHeadline

Wood accepts partial blame for Coulthard clash

Dale Wood has accepted part of the blame for his clash with team-mate Fabian Coulthard at Winton, but says both parties played their part in the incident.

Percat calls for even more softs in V8sHeadline

Percat calls for even more softs in V8s

An extra set of soft tyres for Darwin is a step in the right direction, but Nick Percat says V8 Supercars should be looking to use the soft compound even more.

Tue 26 May 2015
Mercedes admits that more 'common sense' neededHeadline

Mercedes admits that more 'common sense' needed

Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff says his team needs a 'spice more common sense' in the future as it bids to move on from its Monaco Grand Prix strategy blunder.

Why Formula 1 needs more VerstappensHeadline

Why Formula 1 needs more Verstappens

Max Verstappen was on the receiving end of criticism after his Monaco Grand Prix crash, but Jonathan Noble says the Dutchman is exactly what Formula 1 needs right now

Briatore: Alonso still better off out of FerrariHeadline

Briatore: Alonso still better off out of Ferrari

Fernando Alonso is still better off away from Ferrari even though he is enduring early frustrations with McLaren, claims his long-time Formula 1 manager Flavio Briatore.

Motorsport.com LLC Receives Investment From Team China RacingHeadline

Motorsport.com LLC Receives Investment From Team China Racing

Motorsport.com LLC announced today that it has received an investment from Team China Racing for a joint-venture to provide online motorsports content, video and interactive multimedia in Asia.

Aprilia eyes step forward with seamless gearboxHeadline

Aprilia eyes step forward with seamless gearbox

The Aprilia MotoGP team will introduce a seamless gearbox for the first time at this weekend's race at Mugello in a bid to boost its competitiveness.

Ferrari rules out using engine tokens for CanadaHeadline

Ferrari rules out using engine tokens for Canada

The Ferrari Formula 1 team has now decided against using any of its engine development tokens for the Canadian Grand Prix, despite the potential such upgrades could have.

Andretti to test own Formula E tech next monthHeadline

Andretti to test own Formula E tech next month

The Andretti Group of businesses is looking to broaden its activities to include more development and R&D work, particularly in Formula E, Motorsport.com has learned.

Mercedes: All we can do is apologiseHeadline

Mercedes: All we can do is apologise

Mercedes says that apologising to Lewis Hamilton for its Monaco Grand Prix strategy blunder is all it can do, as it tipped the Formula 1 championship leader to bounce back quickly.