Currently, there are 18 race seats on the 2015 Formula One grid. Maybe Marussia or Caterham will make a last-minute comeback, but for now, just 18 drivers will make the start at the Australian Grand Prix in March. F1 is an exclusive sport—it always has been. Show More Summary
Australian Honda NSX fans will be treated to an early preview of the forthcoming supercar in March when the NSX concept car makes its first appearance on local soil at the 2015 Formula One Grand Prix. The Australian debut of the new-generation Honda NSX concept (pictured above) will take place a little over two months after [...]
Honda’s new NSX is now a production reality, but it seems the supercar’s concept forebear has some life in it yet. Australian fans have never seen the latest NSX concept on their own turf, thanks largely to the deaths of the Melbourne and Sydney motor shows - the obvious destinations for this type of concept. Show More Summary
From the end of the Australian Grand Prix —the first race of the season—the 2014 Formula One titles were never really in doubt. Mercedes built a dominant car and easily won the constructors' championship with three races to spare. Their...Show More Summary
Daniel Ricciardo will go into the final grand prix of the season for Red Bull with a customised helmet featuring a cartoon version of himself on the crown. The Australian's helmet is the end result of a competition in Italy, where people...Show More Summary
Since its inception, The Australian Ballet has had a gypsy soul. From its first tour in 1965 (a five-month extravaganza in which the dancers performed in an ancient temple and with Rudolf Nureyev, won the Grand Prix of the City … Continue reading ?
The FIA has officially unveiled next season's Formula One schedule, which is set to begin on March 15, 2015, with the Australian Grand Prix. An additional race is included next year, taking the total to 20, per the governing body's website. Show More Summary
- Nico Rosberg rode his luck to open up a clear 29-points championship advantage over Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton on Sunday when he finished second behind triumphant Australian Daniel Ricciardo in the Belgian Grand Prix. Ricciardo,...Show More Summary
- Australian Daniel Ricciardo claimed his third race victory of the season when he won the Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday.
Melbourne has secured the Australian Formula One Grand Prix for another five years. The deal was signed in London last week, ending a year of negotiations and months of speculation that the contract would not be renewed. It will see Australia’s sporting capital host the global motorsport event until 2020, which will mark the 25th [...]
Melbourne will continue to host a Formula 1 Grand Prix event through to at least 2020, the state’s Coalition Government has confirmed this week. Victorian Premier Denis Napthine said the new contract, signed in London last week, was the result of 12 months of negotiations. Show More Summary
Daniel Ricciardo won the Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday, in one of the most thrilling races of the season—as BBC F1 revealed: The Australian battled back from nowhere in the late stages of the race to pip Fernando Alonso to the title,...Show More Summary
The future of the Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix is reportedly in doubt once again, as Victoria’s state government delays the signing of a new deal beyond 2015. With Victoria’s state election around four months away, News Corp reports that Victorians may go to the polls before a new deal has been signed; if a new deal is signed at all. Show More Summary
Remember in the days before this season's Australian Grand Prix, when everyone was asking questions like, "What happens if all 22 cars retire from the race?" Thankfully, those doomsday scenarios have not come to pass, despite the complexity of the brand-new hybrid power units introduced in Formula One this season. Show More Summary
Organisers of the Australian F1 Grand Prix have today confirmed that future winners will be awarded the newly named Sir Jack Brabham Trophy. Titled in honour of the racing legend and national treasure, who passed away at age 88 in May, the trophy’s new name will complete a tribute already evident in its design. Show More Summary
Red Bull Racing’s Daniel Ricciardo finally ended Mercedes AMG’s six-race winning streak in the 2014 Formula One World Championship after claiming victory yesterday in the Canadian Grand Prix. The Australian capitalized on car trouble experienced by Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, both of which looked set to repeat...
DANIEL RICCIARDO WINS CANADIAN F1 GP Australian Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo took a dramatic breakthrough win at the Canadian Grand Prix, denying the ailing Mercedes of Nico Rosberg and his hard-charging teammate, Sebastian Vettel. Show More Summary
Racing fans can watch the Spanish Grand Prix live online and see if Louis Hamilton can continue his winning streak. After starting the Formula 1 schedule with a defective engine part that prevented him from finishing the Australian Grand Prix, Hamilton has won the last three races and is on the heels of the points
When Red Bull’s appeal against Daniel Ricciardo ’s disqualification from the Australian Grand Prix was rejected exactly a week ago, we put it down to the team’s success in recent years. Because Red Bull and Sebastian Vettel had enjoyed...Show More Summary
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo scored his second straight fourth-place finish at the Chinese Grand Prix on Sunday. Earlier in the week, the Australian's disqualification from his home grand prix —where he finished second last month—was upheld by the FIA 's Court of Appeal. Show More Summary