When Formula One mourned the death of Jules Bianchi on Tuesday, during his funeral in Nice, it was with a truly moving, collective, heartfelt spirit from across the drivers and teams as one.
Months before his death, Jules Bianchi had already ensured that Formula One had become a safer sport.
The Hungaroring in Budapest, tight and twisty, bumpy and challenging, is not every Formula One driver’s cup of tea but when Lewis Hamilton travels there in a couple of weeks he will be in a serene state of mind.
Lewis Hamilton won the British Grand Prix in a race that was like a transfusion of fresh blood for the much-criticised sport.
The second of the two press conferences held at a Formula One race weekend tends to be the drier. With the glamour boys going first on Thursday, Friday heralds the team principals and chief engineers.
Still struggling with an off-the-pace and recalcitrant car, Jenson Button knows a podium place is almost certainly beyond his McLaren-Honda at the British Grand Prix this weekend.
Lewis Hamilton was in an almost monarchial mood as he held court at Mercedes-Benz World at Brooklands in the buildup to the British Grand Prix at Silverstone.
Formula E had come to London hoping it would deliver a spectacular finish to a season that has visited 10 cities over nine months. The last meeting was a double-header over two days and Battersea Park delivered in style.
Renault’s involvement in Formula One has been thrown in to further doubt after Carlos Ghosn, the company’s chairman and chief executive, said that options, including an exit from grand prix racing, remained open.
Sauber have just six races to score points and haul themselves up the constructors' standings. If they don’t, disaster could await.
Amnesty International has called on Formula One to put pressure on Azeri authorities to improve their human rights record.
Monaco could not have been much worse for Max Verstappen, he finished in the wall three times in Monte Carlo, the third, in the race, ending his afternoon.
12 months ago he had a pre-contract agreement with Ferrari, but Nico Hulkenberg will still be at a midfield team in 2015. Will he ever break out?
Ahead of the Italian Grand Prix, we’re taking a look at the country’s most successful F1 protagonists.
It is going to be cold. The winds are coming down the eastern seaboard of America straight from the Arctic and the Twin Duels start at 7:00pm going through till midnight. It will not be pleasant.
There will be some who dismiss the first international motor racing event to be held in London for 43 years, since the last meeting at Crystal Palace in 1972, as the sport returning with a whimper rather than a bang, but that would be to do Saturday’s all-electric Formula E race a disservice.
Lewis Hamilton dedicating his win to Muhammad Ali was certainly a heartfelt tribute after he took his fifth victory at the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday. But there was greater resonance for the season as a whole as his performance here has brought to the Formula One world championship all the hallmarks of the champ climbing into the ring and positively demanding his opponent step up to the fight.
When darkness began to encroach on Albert Park shortly after the Australian Grand Prix, the folk at McLaren may have found it profoundly symbolic.
Lewis Hamilton believes his season will only improve after his win at the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday, having narrowed the gap in the title battle with his Mercedes team-mate, Nico Rosberg, from 43 points to nine in the space of just two races.
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.