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
There was a moment in the immediate aftermath of last year's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix that felt very much like closure to Formula One's latest great rivalry. Less than 10 minutes after crossing the finish line to claim his second drivers'...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 [...]
Formula One will never see another driver like Gilles Villeneuve. The French Canadian made his debut in the 1977 British Grand Prix for McLaren. Despite an excellent display, McLaren overlooked him the following year in favour of Patrick...Show More Summary
Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen are two of the superstars of the last decade of Formula One. They have combined for 59 grand prix victories since 2003 and between them have won five of the last eight drivers' championships. Now,Show More Summary
For the past few years, Hockenheim and the Nürburgring have agreed to alternate hosting the Formula One German Grand Prix. 2015 should be the Nürburgring's turn, but the new owners don't have a contract with F1, so the grand prix goes to Hockenheim this year instead. Read more...
Not since 2009, the year of their first grand prix win, have Red Bull Racing entered a Formula One season surrounded by such little fanfare. The team who ended the 2014 campaign last November is not quite the same outfit who will begin...Show More Summary
Good news from the family of Jules Bianchi today: the Marussia Formula One racer has started a rehabilitation program for injuries sustained in a horrific wreck at the Japanese Grand Prix. While he remains unconscious, we are all hopeful that this means he will recover soon. Read more...
After not being part of the 2014 Formula One season, it was surprising to see the Korean Grand Prix on the calendar for 2015. However, the "TBC" next to the race didn't inspire too much confidence. The round has been removed from the latest released schedule, but its loss might have cleared room for a replacement event. Show More Summary
The Autodromo Nazionale Monza has been a mainstay of Formula One since its inception, but if it doesn't get the funding it needs, it could find itself in serious trouble - and lose the Italian Grand Prix in the process. Continue reading...Show More Summary
In winning last month's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton secured his second Formula One championship. Soon after crossing the line under the lights of the Yas Marina Circuit, the 29-year-old stopped his car to pick up a British flag...Show More Summary
Motorsport’s governing body, the FIA, has announced a series of rule changes for the 2015 Formula One World Championship, one of which is the addition of the Korean Grand Prix to the official calendar, bringing the total number of races to 21. However, the Korean race may not necessarily happen, as its placing on the calendar is only a...
He wore a BMW Sauber uniform for his grand prix debut, the colors of Scuderia Toro Rosso for his first win and the Red Bull Racing jumpsuit for his four consecutive world titles. But with the 2014 Formula One season now behind him, Sebastian...Show More Summary
The 2015 Formula One World Championship is now set for a record 21-race calendar, as the FIA has released at the conclusion of its World Motor Sport Council meeting in Qatar. To this past season, which encompassed 19 grands prix, next year's championship adds a further two races to bring the total up past the previous record of 20 races held in 2012. Show More Summary
Formula One is getting safer all the time, but it's still a fundamentally dangerous way to make a living. That much was underscored when Jules Bianchi crashed during the Japanese Grand Prix nearly two months ago, sustaining serious head trauma. Show More Summary
Mercedes-Benz didn't just win the Formula One World Championship in 2014 - it positively dominated it. The team won all but three of the grands prix this season, scoring a one-two finish at more than half of them and landing at least one car on the podium at every race without exception. Show More Summary
The FIA released the findings of its Accident Panel today regarding Jules Bianchi's horrific crash at the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix. They determined that Bianchi was traveling too fast to avoid going off at the same corner as Adrian Sutil's accident, and have recommended yellow flag speed limits as a result. Read more...
It's been a long time since a woman has competed in Formula One - over two decades, in fact - but that could stand to change in the near future if Susie Wolff continues making headway into grand prix racing. And in her latest advancement,...Show More Summary
In the years to come, the history books will suggest that the 2014 Formula One season was one to forget. The runaway constructors' champions, Mercedes, won all but three of the 19 races, with Lewis Hamilton claiming 11 grand prix victories...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