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F1: Mercedes no longer has engine advantage claims Perez

Sergio Perez believes Ferrari has caught up with Mercedes and Renault is closing in.

Read 48 minutes ago, Pitpass, Mercedes

2017 Russian Grand Prix build-up in pictures | F1 Pictures

Pictures from the build-up to the 2017 Russian Grand Prix.

Read 51 minutes ago, F1 Fanatic

Ferrari and Renault F1 engines have caught Mercedes - Sergio Perez

Mercedes' power advantage in Formula 1 has been wiped away by a 'massive step forwards' from Ferrari and Renault since last season, reckons Sergio Perez

Read 1 hour ago, Autosport, Mercedes, Ferrari, Force India, Renault

Haas F1 team to try different brake supplier in Russian GP practice

The Haas Formula 1 team will start the Russian Grand Prix weekend with Carbon Industrie brakes, rather than its regular Brembo parts, following a successful test in Bahrain last week

Read 1 hour ago, Autosport, Haas

F1: Haas to run Carbon Industrie brakes in Sochi

Haas is to start the Russian GP weekend with Carbon Industrie brakes as opposed to Brembo.

Read 1 hour ago, Pitpass, Haas

Mercedes engine now only ahead of Honda - Perez

Mercedes engine now only ahead of Honda - Perez

While Mercedes emerged as benchmark power unit when the new turbo hybrid regulations came into force in 2014, its rivals had been able to close up the gap steadily.But it is the step forward that Ferrari...

Read 1 hour ago, Motorsport.com, Mercedes

Villeneuve picks a fight, Frentzen wins one | 1997 San Marino Grand Prix flashback

Two consecutive wins had put Jacques Villeneuve ahead in the 1997 F1 championship. But at Imola he had more on his mind than just the title fight.

Read 1 hour ago, F1 Fanatic

Haas switches to Carbone Industrie brakes for Russian GP

Haas switches to Carbone Industrie brakes for Russian GP

The American squad, which has run Brembo up to now, has experienced several issues in the past, and team principal Gunther Steiner is adamant that it simply wants to cross brakes off the list of potential...

Read 2 hours ago, Motorsport.com, Haas

Haas switches to Carbon Industrie brakes for Russian GP

Haas switches to Carbon Industrie brakes for Russian GP

The American squad, which has run Brembo up to now, has experienced several issues in the past, and team principal Gunther Steiner is adamant that it simply wants to cross brakes off the list of potential...

Read 2 hours ago, Motorsport.com, Haas

Warmer conditions than usual expected in Sochi | 2017 Russian Grand Prix weather

Warmer than usual conditions will greet the drivers in Sochi throughout this weekend's Russian Grand Prix.

Read 2 hours ago, F1 Fanatic

New 'speed bumps' added at Sochi's Turn 2/3

Orange speed bumps have been added to the exit of Turn 2 at the Sochi Autodrom in a bid to deter drivers from leaving the circuit and gaining an advantage at this weekend's Russian Grand Prix. In...

Read 2 hours ago, Grand Prix Times

F1: Whiting issues driver identification guidelines

Days after the Strategy Group proposed clearer identification of drivers on their cars, the FIA has set out the guidelines.

Read 2 hours ago, Pitpass

Haug questions Alonso's Indy move

A former F1 chief has questioned McLaren's decision to tackle the Indy 500 with Fernando Alonso next month.

Read 3 hours ago, Grandprix.com

Ecclestone pessimistic about future of Brazilian Grand Prix

Formula 1’s chairman emeritus Bernie Ecclestone is pessimistic about the future of the Brazilian Grand Prix despite being tasked by Liberty Media to resolve the situation. Ecclestone, 86, was requested...

Read 3 hours ago, Grand Prix 247

Honda help better for F1 says Boullier

Eric Boullier is making the case that Honda should be given a boost to finally get up to speed in formula one.

Read 3 hours ago, Grandprix.com

Nasr working on F1 return for 2018

Felipe Nasr says he is working on a potential return to formula one for 2018.

Read 3 hours ago, Grandprix.com

FIA reveals plan for bigger driver numbers and names

FIA reveals plan for bigger driver numbers and names

A letter from race director Charlie Whiting says that race numbers should be at least 230mm high, and that the names should be 150mm, and on the external bodywork.Teams have the option to use the “TLA’,...

Read 3 hours ago, Motorsport.com

FIA reveals how F1 name and number displays rules will be enforced

The FIA has outlined the details of rules governing the display of car numbers and driver names, which will be fully enforced from the Spanish Grand Prix next month

Read 3 hours ago, Autosport

McLaren: season will "collapse" if we stop chassis push

McLaren: season will "collapse" if we stop chassis push

While the team is waiting on Honda to produce an upgraded specification power unit over the next few weeks, McLaren has been pursuing an aggressive development programme to lift its chassis performance...

Read 3 hours ago, Motorsport.com, McLaren

McLaren's F1 season would 'collapse' without chassis push

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says the Formula 1 team cannot afford to ease off in developing its chassis, even while lacking the engine power to properly compete

Read 3 hours ago, Autosport, McLaren