Fernando Alonso laments the modern limitations of the current Formula 1 era and teases it may well drive him out of the sport
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Circuit of The Americas introduces Gold and Silver ‘Flex Passes’ for 2015 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix
COTA offering fans unique ticket package to view the F1 action from a different seat every day
With just three months left until Formula 1 returns to American soil for the 4th successive Formula 1 United States Grand Prix to be held in Austin, Texas; Circuit of the Americas (COTA) is today announcing the introduction of its brand new ticketing offer available to Formula 1 fans.
Toto Wolff insists that Mercedes will look into the feasibility of reducing the costs faced by customers buying its F1 engines
Mercedes motorsport boss Toto Wolff says that Mercedes will look into the possibility of cutting the cost of F1 engines for customer teams, but admits that it would likely have a major impact on the manufacturer’s business model.
Force India driver says he’s been unfazed by the extra attention since winning Le Mans at his first attempt
Nico Hulkenberg says he’s fighting for his opportunity to shine in Formula 1 and feels his Le Mans 24 Hours victory makes his CV sparkle. Nico Hulkenberg says he’s fighting for his opportunity to shine in Formula 1 and feels his Le Mans 24 Hours victory has made his racing CV sparkle.
Four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel will compete at the 2015 Race Of Champions at London’s former Olympic Stadium
Four-time Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel has signed up for this year’s Race Of Champions on November 20-21 at the Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park – the iconic home of the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Christian Horner says the Strategy Group’s credibility is on the line if it cannot make progress following a slew of negative publicity
Bernie Ecclestone maintains that there is no reason to blame Mercedes’ dominance for the current air of discontent surrounding F1.
Bernie Ecclestone insists that Mercedes cannot be held accountable for the one-sided domination it is enjoying in the current era of F1, but admits that it would be better for the sport to have more competition.