John Harnden has been appointed as the new Chairman of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation (AGPC), taking over from Ron…
Max Verstappen became Formula One's youngest-ever driver when he lined up for the 2015 Australian Grand Prix at the age of just 17 years and 166 days. Some will have expected him to struggle or look out of his depth but no driver would...Show More Summary
In 2014, Nico Rosberg headed to Europe while looking like a beaten man to all the world. Despite inheriting a win at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, which gave him a strong initial lead in the drivers' standings, the German...Show More Summary
The 2016 Grand Prix season will start on 3 April as the Australian Grand Prix is pushed back by two weeks.
Formula 1 is set for a considerably later start to the season in 2016 after Australian Grand Prix organisers announced that the…
Formula 1 commentary legend Murray Walker remembers Nigel Mansell's tyre exploding at the 1986 Australian Grand Prix.
BBC F1 follows Formula 1 rookies Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz as they make their Grand Prix debuts at the Australian Grand Prix.
It was what we all had long suspected but never had confirmed until the Australian Grand Prix weekend. When Valtteri Bottas, Williams' lead driver, was ruled out of the opening race of the 2015 Formula One season with a back injury,Show More Summary
Renault have admitted they’re unlikely to provide Mercedes with a competitive engine at any stage of the 2015 Formula One season. With just one race having taken place so far—the Australian Grand Prix, a comfortable one-two for Mercedes—the...Show More Summary
Sauber's Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson discuss their double points finish in the Australian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel says he is "very happy" but refuses to get carried away after finishing third in his debut race for Ferrari at the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner says the performance of the team's new Renault engine "isn't acceptable" after the season-opening Australian Grand Prix at Melbourne's Albert Park.
Lewis Hamilton takes a stunning pole position for Mercedes at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix as McLaren-Honda qualified last.
The 2015 Formula 1 season gets off to a dramatic start as Pastor Maldonado crashes on lap one of the Australian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton shares a laugh with Arnold Schwarzenegger on the podium following the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne.
Watch highlights as Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton dominates the Australian Grand Prix to get his world title defence off to the perfect start.
Giedo van der Garde drops his legal action against Sauber, allowing them to race in the Australian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton dominates the Australian Grand Prix, as only 11 cars finish the season-opening race.
Australian Grand Prix winner Lewis Hamilton says his Mercedes team may be challenged by Ferrari later this season.
As Sebastian Vettel crossed the line to finish third in Formula One's season-opening Australian Grand Prix, those of a sympathetic disposition may have spared a thought for Fernando Alonso. The Spaniard, no doubt watching the race from...Show More Summary