The Nurburgring has been sold for "in excess of 100m Euro" to a group that will take over the Formula 1 circuit in 2015. More »Formula 1 - Nurburgring sold for over 100m Euro
Daniel Ricciardo says he and Sebastian Vettel are having to put their personal ambitions aside so they can focus on working together to help Red Bull recover. More »Formula 1 - Ricciardo: Vettel co-operation is key
Nico Rosberg says talk that he can be 2014 Formula 1 world champion is far too premature. More »Formula 1 - Rosberg insists title talk premature
Formula 1's 2014 regulations will favour the more experienced drivers, according to Felipe Massa. More »Formula 1 - Massa: 2014 will favour experience
Porsche "would have had no other alternative" but to enter F1 if its parent company had prevented it from taking on stablemate Audi at Le Mans. More »Formula 1 - Why Porsche could have been forced into F1
Kimi Raikkonen and Fernando Alonso believe that Ferrari can target a podium finish in Melbourne's Formula 1 season opener this weekend. More »Formula 1 - Raikkonen, Alonso target Oz podium
Statistics for Sunday's season-opening Australian Formula One Grand Prix at Melbourne's Albert Park circuit. More »Formula 1 - Formula One statistics for Australian Grand Prix
The prospect of seeing Sebastian Vettel beaten for the first time since last July is just one of the many novelties Sunday's season-opening Australian Formula More »Formula 1 - PREVIEW-All change as Formula One enters new era
Fernando Alonso insists fans will struggle to notice any difference in the Formula 1 spectacle in 2014, even when drivers are in fuel-saving mode. More »Formula 1 - Alonso sure fuel tactics won't harm F1
Fernando Alonso insists fans will struggle to notice any difference in the Formula 1 spectacle in 2014, even when drivers are in fuel-saving mode. More »Formula 1 - Alonso: Why fuel tactics will not harm F1 for fans
Formula 1 world champion squad Red Bull will be happy to walk away from the Australian Grand Prix with just some points this weekend, reckons local hero Daniel More »Formula 1 - Points enough for Red Bull - Ricciardo
Michael Schumacher is showing "small, encouraging signs" in hospital two and a half months after his devastating skiing accident. More »Formula 1 - Schumacher showing 'encouraging signs'
Nico Rosberg does not expect relations with Lewis Hamilton to become too strained if they end up locked in an intense 2014 Formula 1 title fight. More »Formula 1 - Rosberg: no fears of Hamilton bust-up
Michael Schumacher's manager has said there are “small, encouraging signs" in the former Formula One driver's condition. More »Formula 1 - 'Small, encouraging signs' in Michael Schumacher's condition
Last year's race winners Lotus' immediate target is just reaching the finish after a difficult time in testing. More »Formula 1 - Lotus braced for tough start to F1 season
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has warned that Formula 1 risks emulating "taxi-cab driving" due to fuel and tyre conservation concerns. More »Formula 1 - Di Montezemolo fears for 'taxi-cab' F1
Force India is aiming to develop a young driver scheme similar to that of Formula 1 rival McLaren in order to find new talent. More »Formula 1 - Force India looks to McLaren youth model
F1 teams believe the sport is heading into the unknown as it is impossible to predict the Australian Grand Prix. More »Australian Grand Prix - Melbourne 'impossible to predict'
Felipe Massa believes that landing a Mercedes Formula 1 engine deal is key to Williams's chances of revival. More »Formula 1 - Mercedes deal 'best thing Williams did'
Fernando Alonso is F1's most marketable driver with Sebastian Vettel only fourth despite winning the last four world championships. More »Formula 1 - Vettel behind off track as well as on it
Bernie Ecclestone is looking forward to an unpredictable season when new engines threaten to overturn the established order. More »Formula 1 - Ecclestone hopes every race will be like a wet race
Lotus believes that all Formula 1 teams - not just those with Renault power - head into this weekend's Australian Grand Prix "worried" about reliability. More »Formula 1 - Lotus: Reliability a worry for all teams
Toro Rosso heads into the 2014 Formula 1 season opener still 'one month' behind schedule, according to team boss Franz Tost. More »Formula 1 - Oz 'one month' too early for Toro Rosso
McLaren Group CEO Ron Dennis insists that Formula 1 fans will not be disappointed with the quality of the racing in 2014. More »Formula 1 - Dennis: Races will not disappoint in '14