We've been hearing rumblings that Schumacher, though unable to move or speak, is showing signs that he is still in there.
2013 Euro F3 title winner got his seat in F1.
Here is the latest update on the condition of Jules Bianchi, straight from his parents Philippe and Christine.
Exactly a year after Michael Schumacher's skiing accident, the Meribel resort director wants to move on.
Ferrari is pushing ahead with improving its turbo V6 engine and car after a faltering start to the new era in F1.
Former champions Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso were right to leave their respective teams ahead of 2015.
Sebastian Vettel will become the fifth German to have officially driven a Ferrari Formula 1 car.
Silly season is often very predictable, especially with the amount of attention Formula One gets, but looking at the big moments of 2014, these hit #3.
Along with serving as the CEO of AirAsia, Fernandes has been actively involved in the motorsports world.
Minardi and Ferrari driver Davide Rigon announce the end of their collaboration.
David Tremayne from Autocourse looks back on the legend Ayrton Senna after claiming the World Championship in 1988 in his first year with McLaren in this classic piece.
Looking back of the top 20 moments of 2014, the struggles of Marussia and Caterham cannot be overlooked.
Are we really that surprised?
This year saw a lot of newsworthy moments come and go, but marking the halfway point, and Christmas Day is Gene Haas and his announcement to be starting an F1 team.
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, and we couldn't help but recall Michael Schumacher's skiing accident, but more importantly his trip home and further progress.
Sebastien Buemi will retain his role as Red Bull Racing's reserve driver in 2015, the team has confirmed.
Ferrari has denied blocking the appointment of former long-time president Luca di Montezemolo to be the new chairman of the F1 Group.