The Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit, located in Albert Park in Australia's second city, has hosted the Formula One Australian Grand Prix since 1996. The Australian Grand Prix is usually the first race of the F1 season, and this year isShow More Summary
The months became weeks, and now the weeks have become days. The 2014 Formula One season is almost upon us and, in the lead-up to the season-opening Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne, drivers and team members alike have been eager to...Show More Summary
This year is the 20th since the death of Formula One racing legend Ayrton Senna and to mark the occasion Williams will run a special logo on its car in the new season. Since Senna’s death at the 1994 San Marino Grand Prix in Italy, Williams has placed the iconic Senna double S logo on its cars as a mark of respect (the Brazilian had just...
Formula One figurehead Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that Azerbaijan will be joining the sport's calendar after a deal was struck with the assistance of long-time friend Flavio Briatore. Ecclestone is quoted by the Daily Mail's Jonathan McEvoy as saying: We're going to Azerbaijan. Show More Summary
Recently, we ranked all 32 Formula One world champions. However, more than 700 other drivers have started a grand prix since the championship began in 1950. Now we want to know: Who is the best among those drivers who have never wonShow More Summary
With the third and final test having been brought to a close on Sunday, the two weeks between the end of pre -season and the Australian Grand Prix are bound to feel like the longest of the winter. The five red lights, the roar of 22Show More Summary
The 2014 Formula One U.S. Grand Prix is scheduled for November 2, 2014 in Austin, Texas. Some 350 kilometres to the north, in Fort Worth, the Texas 500 NASCAR race will take place on the same day. Despite the apparent shock and indignation...Show More Summary
The London Grand Prix is never going to happen. I would love to be wrong about that, but it just won't. That hasn't stopped McLaren from envisioning a lap of the track aboard one of its Formula One cars, though, right past Big Ben and that silly ferris wheel the British love so much. Read more...
Williams announced today that Susie Wolff will become the first female driver to take an active part in a Formula One grand prix weekend since 1992. She will drive two free practice sessions at some point during the 2014 season. Elsewhere,...Show More Summary
Since the Formula One World Championship era began in 1950, 69 circuits have hosted at least one grand prix. Some, like Spa-Francorchamps, Silverstone and Monza, stand out as true jewels in the sport's crown. Modified over the yearsShow More Summary
When the lights go out at the 2014 Australian Grand Prix, Marcus Ericsson, Caterham's new driver, will become the 10th Swede to start a Formula One grand prix. Based on the success of drivers from Sweden's neighbour, Finland, you might expect that there have been many more Finnish drivers in the history of the F1 world championship. Show More Summary
With the Indian Grand Prix looming, the mathematical possibility that Sebastian Vettel may win another Formula One title is closer than ever.
May 1, 2014 will be the 20th anniversary of the death of Ayrton Senna, the last driver to die in a Formula One grand prix. In the early years of the sport—the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s—such a gap between fatalities would have been unimaginable. Show More Summary
Michael Schumacher made his Formula One debut way back at the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix. One year later, he was a race winner. Three years later, he was world champion. He made a greater impact on the sport over the next two decades than any driver in F1 history. Show More Summary
Before the 2012 German Grand Prix, his last on home soil, Michael Schumacher addressed the concept of home-field advantage in Formula One. According to Formula1.com, he said, " People often ask me whether there is any such thing as a...Show More Summary
What immediately springs to mind about the 2013 Formula One season was that it was a Sebastian Vettel romp. The all-conquering German won the last nine grands prix on the bounce to seal a fourth successive drivers’ title. Although there’s...Show More Summary
It’s the way of the Formula One world that the announcement that New Jersey, Korea and Mexico lost their spots on the 2014 race calendar did not come as a massive surprise. Hosting a F1 Grand Prix costs millions and takes years of planning...Show More Summary
With almost two weeks passing since the end of the 2013 season, there is no let-up in the Formula One rumour mill. Amongst today’s topics, Bernie Ecclestone remains hopeful that the New Jersey Grand Prix will still take place, while a new lead has emerged as to what the Sauber and Caterham driver line-ups may look like. Begin Slideshow
Motorsports governing body the FIA has revealed its final calendar for the 2014 Formula One season, and the American Grand Prix, which was to be held in New Jersey on June 1, is no longer included. The good news is that the United States Grand Prix, held at Austin's Circuit of the Americas, is still on the calendar. After a meeting of the World...
The International Automobile Federation has confirmed next year's Formula One season will stick to 19 races, instead of pushing the overall total to 22. Plans to install Grands Prix in New Jersey and Mexico have now been dropped, with...Show More Summary