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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.

Alonso downplays Twitter controversyHeadline

Alonso downplays Twitter controversy

Fernando Alonso says he wants to move on from the saga of the Sky Italia presenter who wrote a controversial tweet about him last week – and says that he still has a lot of support from Italy.

Massa thinks he is driving at his bestHeadline

Massa thinks he is driving at his best

Felipe Massa believes he is performing as strongly as he was during the 2008 Formula 1 season, when he came within a whisker of denying Lewis Hamilton the world title.

Alonso says double finish a big step for McLarenHeadline

Alonso says double finish a big step for McLaren

Fernando Alonso says that McLaren's double finish in China was a big step forward for the team – and he expects more progress this weekend as more is learned about the package.

Bahrain GP: Thursday press conferenceHeadline

Bahrain GP: Thursday press conference

Sergio Perez (Force India), Max Verstappen (Toro Rosso), Will Stevens (Manor), Pastor Maldonado (Lotus), Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull Racing)

Ricciardo wins sporting breakthrough prizeHeadline

Ricciardo wins sporting breakthrough prize

Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo was awarded with the “Breakthrough of the Year” prize at the Laureus World Sports Awards, following his three Formula 1 wins last season.

Formula 1 approves 'human rights policy' Headline

Formula 1 approves 'human rights policy'

Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone has approved a document that commits the sport to recognising "human rights at all of its 20 venues around the world", according to a report by the Times newspaper.

Tost still hopeful that Renault will resolve issuesHeadline

Tost still hopeful that Renault will resolve issues

Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost remains convinced that Renault eventually sort out its problems, despite a string of failures for both Red Bull-backed teams.

Wed 15 Apr 2015
Tost impressed by Toro Rosso duoHeadline

Tost impressed by Toro Rosso duo

Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost says he continues to be impressed by the form of both Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz so far in the 2015 Formula 1 season.

Wolff insists Hamilton/Rosberg tensions now behindHeadline

Wolff insists Hamilton/Rosberg tensions now behind

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says the team has made sure tensions between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will not carry over into this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.

Not enough drivers to fill female-only grid – CalderonHeadline

Not enough drivers to fill female-only grid – Calderon

Tatiana Calderon has poured cold water on recent proposals for an all-female Formula 1-style championship, suggesting that there are insufficient women drivers active in motorsport that could participate in such a series.

Double finish a morale boost for McLaren - BoullierHeadline

Double finish a morale boost for McLaren - Boullier

McLaren boss Eric Boullier says that the double finish for Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button in the Chinese Grand Prix was a boost for both the team and Honda.