From the expertsThe low down from those in the know
Valtteri Bottas has secured the most highly-sought after driver’s seat in Formula One as he heads into the 2017 season with Mercedes and a fired up Lewis Hamilton.
A few weeks away from proudly unveiling their new car for the 2017 Formula One season, French manufacturer Renault now have to find a new team principal after the departure of Frederic Vasseur on Wednesday.
Reigning champion Toby Price is out of the Dakar Rally after suffering a broken leg in a motorcycle crash.
Formula One ace Daniel Ricciardo has ruled out filling the “damn good” seat at Mercedes next season, saying he’s committed to Red Bull for the next two years.
The condition of Michael Schumacher’s health will remain closely guarded among family and close associates, the former Formula One champion’s manager said on Saturday.
For the third year in succession, Formula One was dominated by behemoth Mercedes, which conquered all before it without giving rivals a chance.
To cleanse the palette after last week’s look at the underachievers from Formula One season 2016, it’s time to unveil the three drivers who left the greatest mark on the year.
Focusing on Formula One’s frontrunners means we tend to miss the often more interesting struggles in the midfield.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton will escape unpunished for ignoring team orders in the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix which saw Nico Rosberg clinch the Formula One world title.
As the sun finally sets on Formula One’s longest ever season, the heat of battle begins to fade, allowing the sport to take stock on exactly what happened over the past nine months of racing.
With the season run and won, there’s little news remaining for us to sink our teeth into, apart from speculating about who will fill the seat vacated by Nico Rosberg at Mercedes.
It’s wonderfully ironic that Nico Rosberg’s championship victory has proved less exciting than his subsequent retirement.
Daniel Ricciardo is ready to “unlock the hidden honey badger” when he starts training for next season’s new-look Formula One.
A stunning come-from-behind drive in Sydney has delivered Shane van Gisbergen his first Supercars championship, denying Jamie Whincup a record seventh title.
Berlin Lewis Hamilton says he is not surprised that Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg is quitting Formula One after beating him for the world title.
The most important result confirmed at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix had nothing to do with who won the driver’s championship — indeed the driver’s championship table has nothing to do with it at all.
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Pascal Wehrlein may not have surfaced at Mercedes, though it was the announcement of his destination for the upcoming season which confirmed the identity of the individual tasked with replacing the retired and reigning World Champion, Nico Rosberg, in 2017.
Ladies and gentlemen, the Manor Racing Team have officially entered administration, meaning that in order to be allowed enough time to repay outstanding debts to creditors, an administrator – someone appointed by the court – takes over the company.
Ladies and gentlemen, Pascal Wehrlein is leaving the Manor Mercedes Formula One Team to join Sauber for 2017.
I love Felipe Massa, however, the recent news that the Brazilian would remain at Williams for 2017 shocked me.
It’s been another big year in Australian motorsport with young talent, world-beaters, milestones and controversy claiming the spotlight throughout 2016.
We saw records tumble and a historic new World Champion this year, but it’s a sport that continues to be dominated by the Silver Arrow in the midst of the “V6 era” as the rest of the paddock try to bridge the gap.
Just when you thought there was nothing left to be squeezed out of the 2016 season, Mercedes might be about to buy Lewis Hamilton a fully-fledged Finnish garage-mate in the form of Valtteri Bottas.
Dirt track racing is amazing, and I would highly recommend you get out to your local track to watch a race meeting.
To finish my three-part evaluation of the 2016 Formula One season, let’s take a look at the top three teams of the season, the front runners, those being Ferrari, Red Bull, and of course, Mercedes.
The second article in this three-article season review series compares the midfield performances in 2016.
It’s been a week and a half since we saw Nico Rosberg take the 2016 World Championship at Abu Dhabi, and then a few days later, abruptly retire.
It’d be fanciful to suggest that Europe is on the precipice of taking back Formula One, though confirmation that the French Grand Prix will return to the calendar in 2018 is a pleasing development in the face of the sport’s relentless expansion into unassuming markets.
The Rosbergs have always done things a little differently. Keke Rosberg won just five Grands Prix throughout the course of his Formula One career, yet history recognises his status as a World Champion.
Current world champion Nico Rosberg announced his retirement a few days ago now.
Nico Rosberg might be the first reigning World Champion to end his career since Alain Prost in 1993, but there’s something more to take from that than just pure statistics.
After at last securing the 2016 Formula One world championship, Nico Rosberg has announced his retirement from the sport – and no, this is not an early April Fool’s joke.