Might peace be declared at Mercedes? Let’s sincerely hope not.
Despite an effort before the Hungarian Grand Prix to clarify the rules governing radio communication between Formula One teams and their drivers, their implementation has been derided as “bullshit”by Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel.
Before a race he has only won once – the Hungarian Grand Prix – it seems Fernando Alonso is not happy with the state of Formula One, but a relative lack of success at the Hungaroring is the least of his concerns.
The former British Grand Prix winner John Watson wants to see radio communications banned in Formula One to end the current confusion.
Nico Rosberg is washed up as a title contender if many more grands prix are hit by rain.
With the home victory at Silverstone making it four wins from five races, Lewis Hamilton believes he has the impetus he needs to continue his recovery from a difficult start to the season as he attempts to secure his fourth world title.
Lewis Hamilton revelled in his moment. Arms aloft, blowing kisses to an adoring mass of fans before launching himself into their arms to crowd surf briefly at the conclusion of the British Grand Prix he clearly wanted it here, more than anywhere else, to be communal.
Lewis Hamilton became the first driver to win a hat-trick of Silverstone grands prix on Sunday when he finished 6.9 seconds ahead of his team-mate, Nico Rosberg, in the British Grand Prix.
The quintessence of motor sport – indeed the ethos of all sport – is its capacity for gladiatorial confrontation. The most extreme example, arguably, is the current fashion for mixed martial arts, which has dived opinion but developed a vast and passionate following in a relatively short time.
Nico Rosberg’s recent misfortunes continued in his buildup to Sunday’s British Grand Prix .
Red Bull motorsport consultant Dr Helmut Marko has compared new signing Max Verstappen with F1 legend Ayrton Senna.
Nick Heidfeld may not agree, but his collision with Nicolas Prost in Saturday's Formula E race was great news for the new series.
Ahead of the Italian Grand Prix, we’re taking a look at the country’s most successful F1 protagonists.
An impeccably behaved Lewis Hamilton said he would “take it like a man” if the world championship favourite and his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg won the title this year.
Mercedes have hit back at claims of foul play by insisting “anyone with an ounce of intelligence” knows they would not sabotage Lewis Hamilton’s car.
If Nico Rosberg needed some gentle words of encouragement after his vanquishing by Lewis Hamilton in the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim they certainly did not come from the Mercedes head of motorsport, Toto Wolff.
A tongue-in-cheek look at some strange and less-reported stories from the world of F1 and motorsport that have popped up in the past few weeks.
Any conspiracy theorist who suggests Mercedes want Nico Rosberg, not Lewis Hamilton, to win the Formula One drivers’ title was given plenty of ammunition by the world champion himself here on Sunday.
Sebastian Vettel has denied he has fallen out with Maurizio Arrivabene after the Ferrari principal said the driver must earn his place after next season and also cast doubt over the German’s future with the team.
Why a new Empoli contract for Assane Diousse won't be enough to stop him moving if Tottenham make a big offer.