Virtual safety car gets green light for 2015 debut


Formula 1 teams and the FIA have given the green light for the introduction of the virtual safety car (VSC) in 2015, following successful late-season tests. The push for a way of better controlling driver speed followed Jules Bianchi's horrific

South Korea set for Formula One return in 2015

South Korea's Formula One grand prix has been reinstated provisionally on a record 21-race calendar for 2015, the sport's governing body said on Wednesday. The International Automobile Federation (FIA) listed the race as the fifth round of the season on

Sebastien Loeb dominates on rallying return


Sebastien Loeb began his rallying comeback with a commanding win on French event the Rally of Var, with wife Severine co-driving. The nine-time World Rally champion turned World Touring Car Championship frontrunner announced his Var participation two months before the

Sebastian Vettel promised Red Bull car, but only after he leaves Ferrari


Sebastian Vettel bid farewell to Red Bull on Tuesday — but will have to wait for his leaving present of a Formula 1 car until he has left Ferrari. Fresh from a recent four-day visit to Maranello, Vettel was centre

Sebastian Vettel living childhood dream at Ferrari


Quadruple Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel says he is living a boyhood dream after completing his first weekend at Maranello as a Ferrari driver. The German, who left Red Bull at the end of the season after losing his

Raikkonen set to get new engineer


Kimi Raikkonen is set for a change of race engineer at the Ferrari Formula 1 team next year, with former Marussia chief engineer David Greenwood likely to get the role. Greenwood has already been recruited by Ferrari following the recent

Lewis Hamilton Tension with Nico Rosberg now gone


Lewis Hamilton says tensions between himself and Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg have gone now that their battle for the Formula 1 world championship is over. The Mercedes duo endured some turbulent times in 2014, including a public falling out in

Hulkenberg to race F1 and Le Mans next year

Nico Hulkenberg will race in next year's Le Mans 24 Hours sportscar race with Porsche as well as Formula One with Force India, the German manufacturer said in a statement on Thursday. The 27-year-old, who will also race in the

Ducati breaks ‘tough’ on small teams


Ducati's rules break hurt MotoGP's leading non-factory teams in 2014, reckons Yamaha chief Lin Jarvis. At the start of the year Ducati controversially chose to run to 'Open' regulations, allowing greater development scope plus tyre and fuel advantages in exchange

Caterham will be allowed to use 2014 car next year

Caterham will be allowed to compete in Formula One next season with this year's car if they find a buyer to keep them in business, the team's administrator said on Monday. Finbarr O'Connell, who works for Smith & Williamson, told