Max Verstappen has thanked his race engineer, Xevi Pujolar, for helping him become the youngest-ever points scorer in Formula One history. The 17-year-old finished seventh in the Malaysian Grand Prix on Sunday, collecting six points for Toro Rosso in only his second race. Show More Summary
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The Formula One 2015 season continues Sunday with the Malaysia Grand Prix set to take place from the Sepang International Circuit. Britain's Lewis Hamilton is once again on pole as he looks to claim a second win out of two races.
In the first sign that Ferrari could prove a major threat to the ongoing dominance of Mercedes AMG in Formula One, the Italian team’s star driver Sebastian Vettel has managed to set the second fastest time during qualifying today at the Malaysian Grand Prix. This means the German will start at the front of the grid, ending Mercedes' run of...
The 2015 Formula One World Championship continues with round two, the Malaysian Grand Prix, which once again is being held at the hot and steamy Sepang International Circuit, located just outside Kuala Lumpur. The track is notorious for its changeable weather, but there’s one aspect that’s constant: the heat. It’s not unusual for...
Fernando Alonso returned to the cockpit of a McLaren in free practice for the 2015 Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix, after revealing to the world what really happened when he crashed during winter testing. The Spaniard said at the pre...Show More Summary
The 2015 Formula One season got off to something of an underwhelming start in Australia as just 11 cars finished the race, but the challenging Sepang circuit at the Malaysian Grand Prix typically conjures a more exciting occasion and...Show More Summary
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
After an underwhelming start to the season Down Under, the Formula One circus reconvenes this weekend outside Kuala Lumpur for the Malaysian Grand Prix. The Sepang International Circuit was the first track Hermann Tilke designed from scratch, and it remains one of his best. Show More Summary
Round two of the 2015 Formula One World Championship takes us to Kuala Lumpur’s Sepang International Circuit, a Hermann Tilke-designed track that was first in the spate of modern tracks in emerging markets for the sport. It opened in March of 1999, and since then it’s been a permanent fixture on the F1 calendar as the venue for the...
Formula One heads to Asia on Sunday for the 2015 Malaysian Grand Prix, round two of the 2015 world championship. For the 17th year in succession, the venue will be the Sepang International Circuit, south of Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur. Lewis Hamilton leads the world championship by virtue of his victory at the season-opening race in Australia. 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
The Sepang International Circuit hosts the second round of the 2015 Formula One World Championship, the Malaysian Grand Prix. The Kuala Lumpur venue has been a presence on the calendar since 1999 and is generally regarded as one of the...Show More Summary
The 2015 Formula 1 season gets off to a dramatic start as Pastor Maldonado crashes on lap one of the Australian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso looks on course to return at Formula One's Malaysian Grand Prix after passing medical tests on Sunday. The Spaniard faces further examinations by FIA officials on Thursday, but his manager describes these as "formality." Unfortunately, the short-term outlook is less positive for his team. Show More Summary
The FIA, motorsport’s governing body, decided to drop the German Grand Prix from the 2015 Formula One calendar. The decision comes after months of negotiations between F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone and the operators of the Nürburgring and Hockenheim race tracks that usually host the German race. It was the Nürburgring scheduled to...
Any hope of rescuing the 2015 German Grand Prix ground to a halt when the FIA has officially removed it from the Formula One Championship for this year after negotiations with both the Nürburgring and Hockenheim bore no fruit. Continue...Show More Summary
The FIA have confirmed that the German Grand Prix has been axed from this season’s Formula One schedule. News of the race’s cancellation was confirmed by Rob Harris of The Associated Press: The council released the following accompanying...Show More Summary
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
OK, we'll admit it: The Australian Grand Prix was a dismal weekend for Formula One. The anticipation surrounding the start of the new season was already dampened a fortnight ahead of the Melbourne race when Fernando Alonso, arguablyShow More Summary