Formula-one

16 January 2018

Sirotkin Takes Williams Seat

Sergey Sirotkin has taken the final seat on the 2018 Formula 1 grid at Williams, replacing the retired Felipe Massa. The Russian has never raced in F1 but did drive ...
15 January 2018

Di Resta Rues Williams Snub

Former Force India ace Paul di Resta has admitted he was disappointed to miss out on earning a seat at Williams ahead of next season. The Scot has not had ...
15 January 2018

Ferrari Threat Not a Hollow One

Ferrari's threats to pull out of Formula One are not a joke and should be taken seriously, according to Pirelli chief Mario Isola. The iconic Italian manufacturer threatened to pull ...
14 January 2018

Horner Happy With Engine Options

Red Bull boss Christian Horner insists he is pleased the team have options when they come to choosing their next engine supplier. Red Bull used Renault engines for the 2017 ...
14 January 2018

Steiner Plays Down American Arrival

Haas chief Gunther Steiner claims the American team would like to bring in a driver from the US but none are yet up to standard. F1's popularity appears to be ...

13 January 2018

Hamilton Eyes Tougher Tracks

Lewis Hamilton says he would love to see old-style corners back in Formula One racing as places such as Donington Park were tougher. There is much debate in Formula 1 ...
13 January 2018

Alonso Hails McLaren Boss

Fernando Alonso says Zak Brown is "unique" and thanked the McLaren boss for letting him take on other projects. The Spaniard competed in the Indianapolis 500 last year and is ...
13 January 2018

Williams Consolation for Kubica

Robert Kubica has reportedly been offered the chance to be Williams' reserve driver for the 2018 season. Kubica had been keen to take the seat vacated by Felipe Massa after ...
12 January 2018

Brawn Expects 'Sensational' F1 Cars

F1 director of motorsport Ross Brawn is confident the next generation of cars will look futuristic and "sensational". Formula 1 is set to introduce the Halo device for the start ...
12 January 2018

Sauber Project 'On Schedule' - Vasseur

Sauber team boss Frederic Vasseur claims the 2018 project is 'on schedule' and he backed the team to be more competitive this year. The Swiss outfit endured a disappointing Formula ...
11 January 2018

Renault Will Make a Difference - Brown

McLaren team principal Zak Brown is confident the partnership with Renault will make a big difference this season. The Woking-based outfit made the decision to part ways with former engine-supplier ...
11 January 2018

Bottas Working Hard to Improve

Valtteri Bottas has revealed that he has been working hard in the off-season to ensure he will challenge with Mercedes in 2018. The 28-year-old Finnish driver finished third in the ...
10 January 2018

Kvyat Handed Ferrari Role

Ferrari have confirmed Daniil Kvyat will be the team's development driver for the 2018 campaign. Kvyat has endured a difficult couple of years in Formula One, having been demoted from ...
10 January 2018

Horner Hits out At Engine Rules Change

Christian Horner believes Formula 1's move to three engines for the 2018 season could have a disastrous impact on the title battle. Drivers were allowed four engine changes in 2017 ...

9 January 2018

Verstappen Reveals Ricciardo 'Respect'

Max Verstappen is confident his relationship with Red Bull team-mate Daniel Ricciardo would not be hampered if they were title rivals. The 20-year-old Dutch driver claimed three Formula 1 race ...
9 January 2018

Wehrlein Welcome At Mercedes - Wolff

Mercedes chief Toto Wolff insists Pascal Wehrlein will remain part of the team despite missing out on a drive in Formula 1 this year. Wehrlein spent time as a test ...
9 January 2018

New Deal Essential for British Grand Prix - Warwick

Former BRDC president Derek Warwick says they need to negotiate a new British Grand Prix with Liberty Media or the race will be lost. The British Racing Drivers Club have ...

8 January 2018

Grosjean Tips McLaren to Compete

Romain Grosjean is the latest driver tipping McLaren to make real impact in the 2018 Formula One season. McLaren finished ninth of the 10 teams in 2017, taking just 30 ...
8 January 2018

Stroll Hits out At Villeneuve

Williams driver Lance Stroll has hit back at Jacques Villeneuve saying the former driver has nothing to say which isn't negative. The young Canadian has come in for plenty of ...
7 January 2018

Steiner Admits Sponsorship Hopes

Haas boss Guenther Steiner has admitted that his team will need the backing of sponsorship money as soon as they can secure it. The United States outfit came into Formula ...

7 January 2018

Alonso Fully Focused on McLaren

Fernando Alonso is adamant that his main focus is being successful with McLaren despite being linked with races outside of Formula 1. The 36-year-old Spaniard is believed to be preparing ...
6 January 2018

Hartley Relishing Toro Rosso F1 Challenge

Brendon Hartley admits he's been given a "massive opportunity" by Toro Rosso as he prepares for his first full season in F1. The Kiwi made his race debut at the ...

6 January 2018

Ricciardo Wants Frostier Verstappen Relationship

Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo says he wants his relationship with team mate Max Verstappen to be more tense in 2018. Currently, the duo have one of the more friendly ...
5 January 2018

Force India Turn to Latifi

Force India have confirmed they have signed Canadian Nicholas Latifi as reserve and test driver for the 2018 F1 season. Force India will continue with Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon ...