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'The sport is never short of intrigue. But it is rare for F1 to dish up a surprise of the magnitude we experienced over the weekend in the opening Grand Prix of the 2019 season, in Melbourne, Australia,' writes Egmont Sippel.
Williams has emerged as the Formula One team that pays its bills the slowest.
'I have the feeling that my successors do not want to see me at the track anymore,' says former Formula 1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone.
Lewis Hamilton says next year's Formula One cars will be like "driving a bus".
Jenson Button blamed poor visibility for the ignominious accident on Sunday that ended his romantic one-off return to Formula 1 at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Five-times Dakar Rally motorcycle winner Marc Coma has retired from endurance racing - but his next seat could be even hotter...
Formula 1's youngest driver Max Verstappen is playing down expectations ahead of his debut career with Toro Rosso.
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...
Formula 1 drivers have backed proposals to introduce a 'virtual pace car' or automatic speed limiter that would force the entire field to slow when yellow warning flags are waved.
Anew circuit will be built in Wales to host the British round of the MotoGP World championship until 2024.
Former team boss Martin Whitmarsh has offered to step in amid a reported staff revolt at McLaren.
Frederic Vasseur has admitted that the departure from Sauber of technical boss Jorg Zander was "awkward".
Record nine-time world rally champion Sebastien Loeb will return for three races with former team Citroen next year.
The BMW Car Club Gauteng will host its track day at Red Star Raceway on August 5.
Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen is the face of a new alcoholic drink in his native Finland. And you'll never guess what it's called...
Audi has refreshed its Sport App for smartphones just in time for the Le Mans 24-Hour race this weekend.
Former Ferrari F1 driver Fernando Alonso's future was looking bleak in 2014 but now Mercedes is looking to take him on.
It''s been a year since Michael Schumacher fell and struck his head in the French Alps but the incident is still a 'sensitive matter' at the Meribel skiing resort.
F1 could introduce automatic speed limits in certain dangerous situations to avoid future incidents such as that which left Marussia's Jules Bianchi 'critical' in Japan.
The Lotus Formula 1 team had a rough 2013 season and things don't look any better for 2014, but it's determined to at least get through the first race. To the flag...
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