Sebastian Vettel took the Formula One lead from Lewis Hamilton at last year's Austrian Grand Prix but the Ferrari driver has now fallen so far behind there can be no repeat at Spielberg this weekend. Reuters - Published
Six of the seven Ferrari Driver Academy students are currently at Livorno, Italy for the FDA spring camp, the second this year, after the winter Livigno one, which can be viewed in this video below. At..
The 21st edition of the Gumball 3000 is a non-competitive road trip covering some 3,000 miles, or just under 5,000 kilometers, connecting venues of the international jet set with numerous celebrities..
A racing driver who cheated death after a horror smash was back on the track in the same car - just two hours later.Glenn Alcock, 39, had to be dragged from his Citroen C1 by worried trackside crew as..
Written by Melanie van de Brug Lewis Hamilton says he "definitely" has five more seasons of Formula 1 in him. The Mercedes driver is now a five time world champion, meaning that he could beat Michael..
Lewis Hamilton will feel the heat, literally at least, in Austria this weekend as Formula One champions Mercedes seek to equal McLaren's modern-day record of 11 wins in a row and he returns to the.. Reuters - Published
British motorsport legend Damon Hill has urged Formula 1 to listen to Lewis Hamilton, after the world champion called for bosses to make the sport more exciting. Following his French Grand Prix victory.. talkSPORT - Published
Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff has taken a dig at Renault counterpart Cyril Abiteboul while remaining confident that French driver Esteban Ocon will secure a seat in Formula One next season. Reuters - Published
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro vowed on Monday to move the 2021 Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix to Rio de Janeiro after the contract for Sao Paulo's Interlagos racetrack expires next year. Reuters - Published
Hamilton wants big changes to the current direction of Formula One and believes his own team boss would not be suitable as the next chief executive of Liberty Media due to his pro-Mercedes bias Independent - Published
Mercedes have endured a torrent of online abuse in the two weeks since the Canadian Grand Prix but team boss Toto Wolff says the 'haters' have only strengthened the Formula One champions' resolve. Reuters - Published
Valtteri Bottas can still challenge runaway leader Lewis Hamilton for the Formula One title but he needs to adapt his driving style to do it, according to Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff. Reuters - Published