1. Maldonado Aiming to Get 100% from Lotus Package

    Poised and hungry for his first points of the season, Lotus driver Pastor Maldonado is eager to ensure his 2015 Formula 1 world championship charge is switched on at the location of his 2012 Grand Prix victory, namely Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya...

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  2. 3 Formula 1 Teams with Most to Prove Ahead of Spanish Grand Prix

    The Spanish Grand Prix is among the most important events of the year for Formula One teams. Not only does the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya race represent a return to action ...

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  3. 5 Questions F1 Fans Would Love to Ask Fernando Alonso

    So what would you ask Fernando Alonso ? There would certainly be no shortage of questions to put to a two-time world champion, a driver who, for the best part of a decade, has been regarded as the most complete performer on the Formula One grid...

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  4. A Numerical Look at the 2015 Formula 1 Season so Far

    Three-week gaps between races ruin the flow of the Formula One season and bring back uncomfortable memories of the pre -season withdrawal period...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 1 day ago 2,154 reads 0 comments

  5. Red Bull Hopeful of Challenging Williams

    Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner says the squad is confident that it can begin to challenge Williams when Formula 1 returns to Europe next weekend...

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  6. Dennis: Alonso Will Win with McLaren

    Ron Dennis is adamant McLaren will win again and will do so with Fernando Alonso "front and central" in their return to the sharp end of the grid...

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  7. Exclusive Ron Dennis Q&A: Honda Innovation Should Concern Rivals

    Ron Dennis is well versed in winning - his cars and drivers have accumulated no fewer than 20 world titles over the years - but there is little sign of it in 2015...

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  8. Ayrton Senna's Death: F1 Tributes to Brazilian Legend on 21st Anniversary

    On 1 May 1994, Ayrton Senna was killed at the San Marino Grand Prix when his car left the road at Imola's high-speed Tamburello curve and struck a concrete wall...

    Oliver Harden Written by Oliver Harden about 2 days ago 2,141 reads 0 comments

  9. Lotus F1 Team Plans 'Significant' Upgrades for Spanish Grand Prix

    The Lotus Formula 1 team is aiming to bring a "reasonably significant" package of upgrades to next weekend's Spanish Grand Prix, according to technical director Nick Chester...

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  10. 5 Drivers with the Most to Prove Ahead of 2015 Spanish Grand Prix

    Nico Rosberg is a man under pressure. Team-mate Lewis Hamilton 's victory in Bahrain gave him a 27-point lead in the drivers' championship...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 2 days ago 2,344 reads 0 comments

  11. Senna: F1's Greatest-Ever 21 Years on

    Today marks the 21st anniversary of Ayrton Senna's tragic death at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix at the Imola circuit.....

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  12. Toro Rosso Will Only Have Small Upgrades Through 2015 F1 Season

    Carlos Sainz Jr says Toro Rosso is likely to only have a series of small upgrades for the rest of the 2015 Formula 1 season...

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  13. Eric Boullier '100% Happy' with McLaren Drivers Fernando Alonso, Jenson Button

    Eric Boullier has praised Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button for the way they have responded to McLaren's slow start to the 2015 season...

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  14. F1: Felipe Massa Judges the Current Rules Too Complex

    On the agenda at the forthcoming Strategy Group meeting will be Bernie Ecclestone's push to simplify the rules and make the cars louder, more powerful and harder to drive...

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  15. Moss at Mille Miglia: Exceptional, 60 Yrs Later

    Advances in human endeavour have a habit of taking the edge off records that once seemed awesome and unbeatable. And yet motor sport can claim an extraordinary triumph that, if anything, has been strengthened rather than diluted by the passage of time...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 2 days ago 322 reads 0 comments

  16. Moss: Hamilton Not Yet a Great

    Although Stirling Moss says Lewis Hamilton is "probably" on course for a third Drivers' title, he reckons the Brit is not yet one of the sport's "great" drivers...

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  17. Sauber Backs Max Mosley's Free Formula 1 Rules 'Revolution' Plan

    Sauber has thrown its weight behind Max Mosley's suggestion of Formula 1 teams being allowed greater rules freedom if they sign up to a budget cap...

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  18. The McLaren MP4/4 and 5 of Formula 1's Most Dominant Cars

    The McLaren MP4/4 is the greatest car in the history of grand prix racing. Driven by Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost over the course of the 1988 Formula One season, the first Honda-powered ...

    Oliver Harden Written by Oliver Harden about 3 days ago 4,326 reads 2 comments

  19. Formula 1's Latest Rumours and Talk: McLaren Changes, Audi Say No, More

    McLaren racing director Eric Boullier insists that although his team have endured their worst start to a season since their formation in 1966, changes made throughout the organisation are bearing fruit...

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  20. Hamilton Ready for Vettel-Like Title Run

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  21. McLaren: New Approach Is Working

    After four races, one must either take a 'glass half empty' or 'glass half full' approach in terms of McLaren's season thus far.....

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 4 days ago 126 reads 0 comments

  22. F1 Doesn't Feature World's Best Racing

    I've spent most of my adult life looking to Formula 1 for tech things innovative and buzzworthy. The mind-bending designs of Gordon Murray and Adrian Newey spawned teenage fantasies of moving to Europe and training to become an aerodynamicist...

    Eric Drobny Written by Eric Drobny about 4 days ago 194 reads 0 comments

  23. Grading the Formula 1 Teams' Start to the 2015 Season

    With four races down and 15 to go, Formula One begins its annual European season at the Spanish Grand Prix on 10 May. Big upgrades are always sighted at the Circuit de Catalunya, and we could see a few changes to the running order...

    Neil James Written by Neil James about 4 days ago 3,843 reads 0 comments

  24. Red Bull to Debut Short Nose in Spain

    Red Bull is tipped to finally debut the so-called short nose version of its 2015 Formula 1 car at the forthcoming Spanish Grand Prix, in an effort to use aero to make up the deficit in their Renault power unit...

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  25. Webber: F1 Needs to Be 'Awesome Again'

    MARK Webber has never been one to mince words. The former Formula 1 star has made no bones about his thoughts on the current state of the sport that was once central to his career and life...

    Scott Slocombe Written by Scott Slocombe about 4 days ago 664 reads 1 comments