3 hrs ago
Hakkinen blasts Vettel for ignoring orders
Although Red Bull and the German driver have claimed Vettel ultimately decided to let teammate Daniel Ricciardo past in China, initially he answered "tough luck" when the radio call came.
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7 hrs ago
F1: F1 drivers get behind the lens
It's a hard life being an F1 driver. While most people were relaxing at home with family on Easter Sunday F1's superstars were tearing round the track in China.
Wed Apr 23, 2014
Formula One:Ecclestone - F1's Napoleon with a nose for busin......
Bernie Ecclestone started out as a simple second-hand car salesman and went on to transform Formula One into one of the most profitable sports in the world.
Struggling Vettel to get new 'Suzie' - Marko
Apr.23 Red Bull is investigating whether a fault in his chassis is causing Sebastian Vettel's 2014 trough.
F1: Toto Wolff claims smaller teams can be saved if they accept range ...
The Mercedes motorsport boss believes that the entire grid is 'working to find the best solution' after plans for a salary cap were dismissed Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff believes Formula One's minnows can be saved if they accept a range of proposals due to be aired at a forthcoming crisis meeting.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
The Formula 1 Blog
McLaren should focus on track not on court - Horner
Red Bull has advised McLaren to focus on upping its game rather than taking the reigning world champions to court.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Race Recap: 2014 Chinese Grand Prix ruled by a three-pointed dragon [spoilers]
If the Bahrain Grand Prix was a bounty for the fans, the Chinese Formula One Grand Prix returned to the script entitled "Displays of Dominance" yet still offered a fair bit of action throughout the weekend.
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Red Bull to throw everything at Mercedes
Champions Red Bull believe they can pick up the pace and take the fight to dominant Mercedes now that Formula One is heading back to Europe after the first four 'flyaway' races in Asia and the Middle East.
Christian Horner hits back at Ron Dennis over Red Bull integrity allegations
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has hit back at McLaren boss Ron Dennis for questioning his organisation's integrity in a dispute over a technical employee.
F1: Furious F1 fellows cry foul over fickle Fallows
On Saturday, Dennis shed more light on what looks set to be the next big row in F1, the fate of aerodynamicist Dan Fallows.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
The Miami Herald
Vettel asked to make way for teammate again
West Palm Beach resident Kacie Herrick, 29, finished last year's Boston Marathon about 40 minutes before the first bomb went off.
F1: Chinese GP: Race notes - Red Bull
Daniel Ricciardo : "I started on the dirty side of the grid and had quite a poor getaway; I was spinning up on the line a bit too long and lost the two places.
Lewis Hamilton makes it three straight with win at Formula One...
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton captured his third straight Formula One race with ease on Sunday, leading from start to finish to win the Chinese Grand Prix.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Albany Times Union
Vettel hoping for resurgence at Chinese GP
Red Bull Racing driver Sebastian Vettel of Germany waves to his fans after the qualifying session of the Chinese Formula One Grand Prix at Shanghai International Circuit in Shanghai, Saturday, April 19, 2014.
Adrian Newey pays Webber a visit in Silverstone
Why is Red Bull's Adrian Newey at the World Endurance Cup event in Silverstone when there is a Formula One race going on in China? Mark Webber is getting ready for his first World Endurance Cup race with Porsche after retiring from Formula One, and there's a familiar face hanging around his garage stall - Adrian Newey Red Bull's chief technical ... (more)
McLaren ready to take rivals Red Bull to the High Court over employee dispute
McLaren boss Ron Dennis is planning High Court action against rivals Red Bull over a member of their technical staff who recently moved back to the Austrian team.
Mercedes wanted Red Bull Racing suspended for three Formula One races ...
If Mercedes had its way, Daniel Ricciardo and the Red Bull Racing operation would have been suspended for at least three races over the Melbourne appeal.
Hamilton takes pole at Chinese Grand Prix
Hamilton broke the record for most poles by a British driver in Formula One and put himself in position for a third consecutive race victory on Sunday.
'Tactical' rivals playing down chase - Rosberg
Although Mercedes' chasers Red Bull and Ferrari appear closer to the pace in Shanghai, world champion Sebastian Vettel on Friday said he was driving behind a W05 in Shanghai and "it looked as though they could do whatever they liked".
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Daniel Ricciardo smiles through the setbacks
"For a long time people thought I was quick but not a real racer; that I was too nice not to bang wheels": Daniel Ricciardo.