Bianchi Condition Unchanged Almost Four Weeks On

The family of injured Formula 1 driver Jules Bianchi have issued an update regarding his condition. Still in the Mie General Medical Center in Yokkaichi that the driver was brought to after the accident, there has been no change in his condition, still critical but stable. Continue reading

Caterham Likely To Miss Next Two Races, Marussia Unlikely To Make Austin

Caterham F1 and Marussia’s participation in F1 is in jeopardy after it emerged that both teams might miss the next two races. Continue reading

Hulkenberg Signs New Force India Deal

Nico Hulkenberg has reaffirmed his commitment to Force India by signing a new contract with the team. The contract means he will stay with the team for 2015. Continue reading

Ferrari Must “Kick” Ass Quick Says New Chief

New Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne was full of bravado as he stated that the Ferrari F1 team must not take too long in recovering its status as  F1’s leading team. Continue reading

Rosberg Error Hands Hamilton Russian Win, Mercedes Win Constructor’s Championship

Nico Rosberg’s lockup into turn 2 on the first lap at Sochi left  Lewis Hamilton in a position from which he won the first Russian Grand Prix. Rosberg needed to battle through the field to finish second while Valtteri Bottas finished in third. The Mercedes 1-2 also meant that Mercedes clinched the Constructor’s Championship with three races remaining. Continue reading

Night Race Close For Russian GP In 2015, Event May Change Calender Slot

A few days away from hosting the inaugural Russian Grand Prix, officials at the circuit in Sochi say that talks are at an advanced stage to host the same event under reduced natural light for next season’s event. Continue reading

Bianchi Accident Mars Shortened Hamilton Win


An accident which has left Jules Bianchi in hospital a serious condition overshadowed a win for Lewis Hamilton at the Japanese Grand Prix. Jules Bianchi’s crash caused the race officials to red flag the wet race on lap 44 – past two thirds of the total race distance which had been due to be completed. Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel completed a podium on which no champagne was sprayed out of respect for Bianchi. Continue reading