For FW de Klerk reconciliation was never about moral intention, but always about political strategy, writes Antjie Krog.
Formula 1 presented many new developments in 2014 with a V6 turbo era, double points and a tragic crash. Here's the highs and lows...
Mercedes will allow its title-chasing drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg to "race the way they want to race" in the upcoming final three races of the season. Just now...
Despite his poor first half-season with Lotus, Pastor Maldonado has signed up with the team for 2015 and claims are things are better much compared to his stint with Williams.
Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen has said he would "probably stop" racing in Formula 1 when his contract comes to and end in 2015.
'If you can't afford to be in this game, you should not be here," Bernie Ecclestone has issued a warning to struggling Formula 1 teams.
Former Ferrari F1 boss Stefano Domenicali has spent close to 30 years with the Maranello company. Now he could be starting a new career... in basketball.
First the cars were too quiet, now they're "OK"; budgets caps were planned, then they were scrapped for 2015. Now tyre-warmers might just stay after going to be banned to save costs. What next?
Red Bull boss Christian Horner is confident his team will catch front-runners Mercedes but adviser Helmut Marko says they'll need "more than a stroke of genius" to do so.
‘We can't be happy with our performance,’ said Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso, ninth in the 2014 Bahrain GP. The brand has been humbled in each of the season's first three races.
'In time Formula 1 will die down,' writes Wheels24 reader JASON VAN SCHALKWYK who is eagerly awaiting for the 2014 Formula E season to kick off.
"I think Kimi's problem is psychological. I also suffered a lot when Alonso arrived," comments Williams' Felipe Massa on Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen's poor form in 2014.
Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz has said he made no attempt to stop defending World champion Sebastian Vettel from leaving and that he was neither surprised nor disappointed by the driver's decision.
Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says it's unlikely his team will catch up with dominant Mercedes in 2014. Driver Daniel Ricciardo is more confident of his team's chances...
McLaren driver Jenson Button has hit back at team boss Ron Dennis saying it's not just the drivers who need to "try harder".
Mercedes' Formula 1 drivers have two more years to keep the peace - and rivalry - alive. Team boss Toto Wolff says Hamilton and Rosberg each have a long contract.
Red Bull's reigning champion Sebastian Vettel just can't get a "feel" for his 2014 car, Suzie. There might be a fault with the car's chassis so the team says a new car is on the way.
Ferrari abandoned the second and final day of post-race testing in Bahrain. The reason? The team ended its test prematurely 'as a precautionary measure'.
'Mercedes shouldn't be punished for doing a good job.' That's F1 chief executive Bernie Ecclestone's view as the sport considers changing rules to to placate disappointed fans.
'Well, sorry, they didn't do their job the way we have. I find this whole discussion absurd.' Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff slammed any attempt to change Formula 1 rules after three races in 2014.
Williams' F1 test driver Susie Wolff will be the first woman in an F1 car in 22 years but F1 boss Bernie Eccelstone thinks her racing hopes are highly unlikely to be fulfilled.
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