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Should F1 change start times?
Claire Williams believes F1 should consider running European races later in the day in order to increase the sport's popularity.
Earlier start times revealed
The start times of five Grands Prix, including Australia, Malaysia and Japan, have been brought forward by one hour in the 2015 season.
Korea back on 21-race calendar
Formula 1 could be set for a record 21-race season in 2015 after the Korean GP was unexpectedly provisionally reinstated on the schedule for next year.
Moscow meets F1 standards
Moscow Raceway has had its licence upgraded to an FIA Grade 1 meaning it can now host a Formula 1 grand prix.
F1 Midweek Report - Russia
Anna Woolhouse is joined by former Head of Commercial Affairs for Red Bull Racing and Business Unit leader at Cosworth F1 turned F1 author and journalist Mark Gallagher and GP3 star Nick Yelloly to look back on the Russian Grand Prix.
Kamui's claim baffles Caterham
Caterham team boss Manfredi Ravetto has said he “cannot understand” Kamui Kobayashi’s comments implying that nothing was wrong with his car after retiring in the Russian GP and insisted the team stopped his CT05 purely on safety grounds.
Papers: Brawn the forgotten man
As Mercedes celebrated their maiden Constructors’ Championship, Monday’s papers reserved a special mention for former Team Principal Ross Brawn.
Hamilton to stay on the attack
Lewis Hamilton has vowed to stay on the attack despite extending his World Championship lead over Nico Rosberg with his fourth successive victory in Sunday’s inaugural Russian GP.
Button: Ferrari still in reach
Jenson Button believes it is not completely out of the question that improving McLaren could yet overhaul old rivals Ferrari in the Constructors’ Championship.
Russian GP driver reaction
The 21 drivers have their say on the 53 laps of action in Sochi where Lewis Hamilton took victory and Mercedes sealed the Constructors' Championship.
Lewis thanks 'amazing' Merc
Lewis Hamilton insisted his Russian GP win wasn’t as easy as it looked as the title-chasing Briton thanked new Constructors’ Champions Mercedes for an “amazing car” around Sochi.
Mercedes seal teams' title
A jubilant Mercedes team sealed their first Constructors’ Championship in style with a one-two finish in Sunday’s Russian Grand Prix.
Alonso's 2015 plans are 'set'
Fernando Alonso has revealed his plans for 2015 are ‘set’ with the Spaniard dropping a strong hint that he will continue to drive in F1.
Rosberg sorry for 'mess-up'
An apologetic Nico Rosberg has owned up to the mistake that saw his hopes of winning the Russian GP literally go up in smoke at the second corner.
Hamilton cruises to Russia win
Lewis Hamilton took another step closer to his second World Championship by claiming a fourth consecutive victory in F1’s inaugural Russian GP – but Nico Rosberg limited the damage to his own title chances after a spectacular first-lap lockout by recovering from last to second place.
Drivers support FIA changes
Drivers have expressed support for the FIA’s push to introduce a yellow flag speed-limit in the wake of Jules Bianchi’s crash at last weekend’s Japanese GP.
Kvyat delighted with fifth
A jubilant Daniil Kvyat has revelled in producing a career-best performance in qualifying for the Russian GP after claiming fifth on the grid.
Bottas annoyed by mistakes
A rueful Valtteri Bottas admitted pushing too hard at the start of his final qualifying lap led to the mistakes which cost the chance of stunning the Mercedes' in Sochi.
Rosberg: Hamilton too quick
Nico Rosberg has admitted he had no answer to the pace of Lewis Hamilton after the World Championship leader clinched pole position by two-tenths of a second in Sochi.
Hamilton holds on for pole
Lewis Hamilton carried through on his early dominance of the inaugural Russian GP weekend by beating Nico Rosberg to pole position in Sochi.