The media is focused on who made comments concerning CVC and Bernie Ecclestone since the the Formula One chief was formally changed with bribarby.
Reports concern Pirelli again! This time they are accused of not filing a report to the FIA that they had changed the construction of the tyres prior to the British Grand Prix.
Todt said that their priority is the safety of the drivers and they must make the right decisions and not react emotionally
The outcome of the "test-gate" decision is suppose to be announced tomorrow by the FIA International Tribunal in Paris.
According to Auto Motor und Sport rumours, Charlie Whiting told Brawn the highly controversial Barcelona test would be in compliance
The United Kingdom-based FIA Formula One team made the official announcement from their headquarters in Woking that they indeed will challenge for the 2014 world championship with Honda.
The objective is to entice the drivers to take more risks in the heat of exciting wheel-to-wheel battles.
It does appear that Adrian Sutil has landed the Sahara Force India ride. That would mean Jules Bianchi will remain the team's reserve driver ... or not ...since Marussia may now have a seat available.
The FIA welcomes the first motor sport organisation in the world to achieve the FIA Institute’s top environmental award.
Nicolas Todt, manager of Jules Bianchi believes the Frenchman will land the Sahara Force India seat. "I think Jules has a real chance but nothing is done."