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Bernie proves himself a card
A mischievous Bernie Ecclestone has proved himself a card by sending out a Christmas message seemingly mocking both himself and his bribery trial in Germany earlier this year.
Jock Clear linked with Ferrari
Jock Clear, is to leave Mercedes for Ferrari, according to reports in Germany.
Bernie to pitch new engines
Bernie Ecclestone will once again propose that F1 returns to normally aspirated engines at Thursday’s Strategy Group meeting.
Fry and Tombazis leave Ferrari
Pat Fry and Nikolas Tombazis have been ousted from Ferrari in a dramatic shake-up of the Scuderia's management by new team boss Maurizio Arrivabene.
Red Bull trophies found in lake
Police have recovered 20 of the 60 trophies stolen from Red Bull’s factory two weeks ago.
Wolff: I’d had enough
Toto Wolff says he had grown tired of having to ensure Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg felt they were being treated equally by the middle of the season and that the Spa-Francorchamps clash allowed him to clear the air for the remaining races.
'Monaco took it to next level'
Lewis Hamilton says Nico Rosberg took their rivalry “to another level” following what he still believes to have been deliberate mistake during qualifying in Monaco.
Gutierrez joins Ferrari
Esteban Gutierrez has joined Ferrari as test and reserve driver for 2015 after being dropped by Sauber.
Ted Kravitz Q&A on McLaren
Marussia auction on Tuesday
Marussia’s assets will start to be auctioned off by the team’s administrators this week, all but ending hopes the debt-laden outfit can be salvaged.
Nielsen joins Williams
Steve Nielsen has been appointed Sporting Manager at Williams with immediate effect.
Hamilton wins SPOTY award
Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton has been crowned the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award for 2014.
Bernie: We had to add Korea
Bernie Ecclestone has explained South Korea had to be added to the 2015 calendar for legal reasons.
Bernie: F1 needs a lady's touch
Bernie Ecclestone says F1 needs a woman’s touch and wants his advisor Sacha Woodward-Hill to take over the day-to-day running of F1 when he retires.
Dennis explains Button U-turn
Ron Dennis has revealed that his tete-a-tete with Jenson Button after the Abu Dhabi GP was central to his decision to offer the former world champion an unexpected reprieve.
'Magnussen will return'
McLaren chiefs Eric Boullier and Ron Dennis are adamant that Kevin Magnussen's Formula 1 career has only been “paused” and the young Dane will ultimately return to the grid.
Alonso: Unfinished business
Fernando Alonso says he has “unfinished business“ at McLaren and has to put right a dark point of his career in 2007.
Dennis: Hamilton not blameless
Ron Dennis has claimed that Lewis Hamilton wasn’t entirely blameless in the spectacular fallout at McLaren in 2007 which triggered Fernando Alonso’s original departure from the team
Button explains two-year deal
Jenson Button has stressed that the new McLaren-Honda partnership will need time to fulfil its potential after signing a two-year deal to stay on with the team.
'Alonso back to prove a point'
Ron Dennis says Fernando Alonso is returning to McLaren with “unfinished business”.
- Lewis Hamilton says Nico Rosberg took their rivalry “to another level” in Monaco
- Sports Personality of the Year: Lewis Hamilton wins award in Glasgow
- Pat Fry leaves Ferrari in dramatic reshuffle of the Scuderia's management set-up
- Esteban Gutierrez has joined Ferrari as the Scuderia's test and reserve driver
- Wolff fed up babysitting Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg during 2014 title fight