Eddie Jordan calls on Bernie Ecclestone to quit as F1 needs 'radical shake up'

Bernie Ecclestone should step down as Formula One's chief executive, according to former team boss Eddie Jordan. CVC Capital Partners, the private equity firm which has owned F1 for the last 10 years, is in talks with a US-Qatari bid to sell its 35.5 per cent controlling stake. The deal, which could be worth up to £5billion, is fronted by Stephen Ross, the 75-year-old US property tycoon who owns the Miami Dolphins.

Christian Horner rejects reports that he could be sacked as Red Bull team principal as 'total rubbish'

Mercedes reserve driver Pascal Wehrlein leads the way in rain-hit F1 test session

Bernie Ecclestone may sell Formula One after joint £5bn bid from PSG and Miami Dolphins owners

Christian Horner insists he will see the job through at Red Bull despite miserable run

Formula One in crisis should turn to Ross Brawn, says Red Bull boss Christian Horner

Lewis Hamilton is joined by his singing dog Roscoe in a vocal lesson after finishing second in the Austrian Grand Prix

Kimi Raikkonen's future at Ferrari depends on his performance... now is too early to decide, says principal Maurizio Arrivabene 

Formula One should not insulate itself from danger... risk and bravery are at the heart of motor racing's attraction

Sebastian Vettel's frustration continues as slow pit stop costs Ferrari driver a place on podium at Austrian Grand Prix 

Toto Wolff predicts title fight between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will go down to the last race of the season 

Fernando Alonso hits career low at sinking McLaren while Felipe Massa's five-year-old son correctly predicts father's podium...

Fernando Alonso thankful Kimi Raikkonen walked away unscathed after horror Austrian Grand Prix crash

Nico Rosberg wins battle against Lewis Hamilton and Felipe Massa to seal Austrian Grand Prix victory but crash between Fernando...

Ferrari chairman Sergio Marchionne open to prospect of supplying engines to Red Bull

Austrian Grand Prix 2015: Nico Rosberg leapfrogs Lewis Hamilton to take win with Felipe Massa in third for Williams

Jenson Button's 25-place penalty on a 20-man grid is further evidence that Formula One is disappearing up its own exhaust pipe

Lewis Hamilton quickly into his rhythm as Formula One champion plays the drums after taking pole for Austrian Grand Prix

Bernie Ecclestone denies calling F1 'crap' but admits ludicrous rules and Mercedes dominance are a turn off for fans

Fernando Alonso motivated by his past struggles as McLaren prepare to start Austrian Grand Prix at the back of the grid

Kimi Raikkonen left fuming after Ferrari mix up leads to early exit from Austrian Grand Prix qualifying

Alonso suffers engine problem in Jerez as McLaren's pre-season testing is interrupted

Fernando Alonso encounters problem with McLaren's Honda engine

McLaren's running on the third day of pre-season testing stopped just before lunch because of a problem with Fernando Alonso's Honda engine. Testing can be an event for sitting around drinking coffee and the like.  And McLaren's drivers have had more time to do that than they would care for this week.

Hamilton enjoys white Christmas as world champion goes snowboarding in Canada

Lewis Hamilton goes snowboarding in Canada as he celebrates a white Christmas 

Lewis Hamilton enjoyed a white Christmas in Canada as he hit the slopes for some snowboarding. The F1 world champion was wrapped up warm as he went snowboarding with some of his friends, including American racing driver Ken Block. The 29-year-old shared a selection of pictures on Instagram of him having fun in Canada.

Van der Garde to learn F1 fate on Wednesday after accusing Sauber of reneging on deal for race seat

Formula One driver Giedo van der Garde's fight for a race seat for the 2015 season should move a step nearer to a conclusion on Wednesday.

Marussia's return to Formula One approved by FIA ahead of season opener in Australia 

Manor also announced Will Stevens as their first driver for the new campaign and now the FIA has approved their entry for the 2015 season.

Ferrari bring in Mercedes engineer Clear who helped Hamilton to the title

Ferrari have recruited Jock Clear, the Mercedes engineer who helped Lewis Hamilton win this year's Formula One world championship

Schumacher faces a 'long fight' for recovery, claims F1 legend's manager

Michael Schumacher faces a 'long fight' for recovery as the first anniversary of his skiing accident approaches, according to the former Formula One driver's manager.

Force India unveil 2015 car... with Perez and Hulkenberg revealing a new black and silver design

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The new VJM08 model will make its debut at the second pre-season testing in Barcelona next month - sporting a striking new colour scheme.

Red Bull trophies theft: About 20 of F1 team's prizes stolen in ram raid from Milton Keynes base found in lake near Sandhurst

Red Bull trophies stolen in ram-raid found in lake, police reveal

Some of the trophies stolen from Formula One team Red Bull's factory have been found dumped in a lake, it has been revealed. More than 60 trophies were stolen after a gang of six men used a vehicle to ram the front entrance of the team's building in Milton Keynes at around 1.30am on December 6. Thames Valley Police said that around 20 of the prizes were recovered from Horseshoe Lake near Sandhurst Monday after being spotted by a member of the public.