Hamilton: No desire to chase Schumacher’s seven titles

Hamilton, aged 32, has three F1 titles to his name and seriously boosted his chances of adding a fourth this year with a crucial win in the Singapore Grand Prix.The Briton is signed with Mercedes through 2018 only, but has previously said he’s keen on extending the deal, and reckons he has “five, six years left in the sport”.However, he has made it clear that his long-term plans in … Keep reading

Hamilton: No desire to chase Schumacher’s seven titles Formula 1.

Toro Rosso’s Honda “gamble” puts team at risk – Villeneuve

After three frustrating seasons, Honda split with McLaren and agreed a three-year deal from 2018 with Toro Rosso that will make the Italian outfit its works operation.While McLaren received in the region of $100million per year from Honda as part of th…

Toro Rosso’s Honda “gamble” puts team at risk – Villeneuve Formula 1.

Renault development rate puts “a smile on my face” – Sainz

The Spaniard, who has driven for Red Bull’s junior team Toro Rosso since his grand prix debut in 2015, will join Renault on loan from the Austrian drinks manufacturer next year.And while Renault currently sits 10 points behind Toro Rosso in the teams’ …

Renault development rate puts “a smile on my face” – Sainz Formula 1.

Bottas now focused on beating Vettel to runner-up

Vettel’s title hopes suffered a big blow in Singapore when he crashed out in the wake of a chain reaction incident involving Kimi Raikkonen and Max Verstappen as well.The retirement has allowed title rival Lewis Hamilton to open up a 28-points advantage in the drivers’ standings, with Bottas now just 23 points further back.While Bottas acknowledges that beating Hamilton to the title … Keep reading

Bottas now focused on beating Vettel to runner-up Formula 1.

Williams 2018 seat shortlist down to three names

Williams has become the most coveted seat left on the F1 grid for 2018, with the team having received enquiries from several drivers and made its own contact with others. But it is now focusing on Robert Kubica, current driver Felipe Massa and reserve Paul di Resta.  During the Singapore Grand Prix weekend, it emerged Kubica is set to test a 2014-spec F1 car in the coming weeks … Keep reading

Williams 2018 seat shortlist down to three names Formula 1.

Lewis Hamilton attends Milan Fashion Week

With Formula One action not returning until next weekend, Lewis Hamilton has taken the opportunity to attend the Milan Fashion Week alongside some well-known faces.
Lewis Hamilton attends Milan Fashion Week Formula 1.

Why Williams is so very interested in Robert Kubica

As the pieces continue to fall into place to form next year’s Formula 1 grid, a seat at Williams has become the most sought after. Lance Stroll’s place in the team for 2018 is assured, but it remains unclear who will be racing alongside him.Motorsport.com understands Williams has slimmed its options down to three: retain Felipe Massa for another year, promote Paul di Resta from … Keep reading

Why Williams is so very interested in Robert Kubica Formula 1.

Why McLaren is betting on Renault, despite Red Bull’s disaffection

For those who believe in Karma, the next 12 months in Formula 1 should make for fascinating viewing. McLaren and Red Bull both face a reckoning in 2018 that could have serious ramifications for their respective futures, and their respective reputations…

Why McLaren is betting on Renault, despite Red Bull’s disaffection Formula 1.

Force India losses increased in 2016 despite bigger income

Newly-issued accounts for the 2016 calendar year show that the Silverstone team generated income of £77.1m, up from £64.2m in 2015. However, the losses increased from £6.8m to £11.6m.The team says that the key element of the change was due to “an increase of £5.7m charged to the accounts due as a result of currency fluctuations to both EUR and USD related suppliers/creditors during … Keep reading

Force India losses increased in 2016 despite bigger income Formula 1.