Jenson Button has refused to dismiss speculation concerning his expected imminent retirement from Formula One and it is widely predicted that he will quit the sport within days of Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix.
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Lewis Hamilton is concerned Mercedes’ poor showing in Singapore could be repeated at the Japanese Grand Prix next Sunday and is still waiting for an explanation from his team.
Jenson Button is demob happy, according to the 1996 world champion Damon Hill, as speculation continues to grow that the McLaren driver is to quit Formula One.
Lewis Hamilton, having vanquished the living, has now turned his eager attention to defeating the dead. Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix could see him pull level with his idol, Ayrton Senna, on 41 victories. It would be the realisation of a giddy ambition that has possessed him for 25 of his 30 years.
The survival of the Lotus Formula One team remains in considerable doubt but they have been given another week’s breathing space in the form of a second and final adjournment in their court case with HMRC concerning unpaid income tax and national insurance.
Fernando Alonso admits that struggling McLaren are looking for a miracle. The team have scored only 17 points in 12 races, with their drivers more concerned about finishing than looking for a podium place.
Ferrari say they would be happy to provide engines to rivals Red Bull, whose partnership with Renault appears to be coming to an acrimonious end.
For a man whose international rock and roll lifestyle would have been the envy of the Sybarites there was a strange wistfulness and sense of loss around Lewis Hamilton as he prepared for Sunday’s Italian Grand Prix.
Bernie Ecclestone has prevented Formula One drivers from criticising the tyre suppliers Pirelli. F1’s chief executive held a meeting on Friday with leading drivers Lewis Hamilton, Fernando Alonso, Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel and told them that in future they should make their points behind closed doors.
Nico Rosberg is washed up as a title contender if many more grands prix are hit by rain.
Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen should have been punished for his massive crash at the British Grand Prix, no matter how unpopular the decision would be.
Bernie Ecclestone has dismissed the increasingly militant stance taken by Formula One’s drivers, insisting they are only repeating what the teams have told them to say about the way in which the sport is run.
Nico Rosberg is once again bossing the Formula One championship table – and with Austria to come, where he has won for the past two years, there was an extra spring in his step on Sunday night.
There is nothing like coming in to a home grand prix on the back of a podium from an adrenaline-fuelled race, while carrying the edge from a spat with a four-times world champion.
We assess how Lotus fared at the Singapore Grand Prix and rate the performances of Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado.
Lewis Hamilton has stressed that, despite the win in Hungary on Sunday that gave him the lead in the Formula One world championship for the first time this season, he cannot afford to let up in the pressure he has exerted over his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Should Lewis Hamilton win his fourth Formula One world championship this season, it is unlikely he will have a fonder moment to remember than his win on Sunday at the Hungarian Grand Prix.
The former world champion Damon Hill believes Mercedes would be making a major mistake if they imposed team orders on their drivers as a result of last weekend’s clash at the Austrian Grand Prix.
A media mogul nicknamed “Darth Vader” is close to taking control of Formula One in a deal that will net billions of pounds for the private equity firm that controls the sport.
Bernie Ecclestone’s control of Formula One, which has endured for 40 years, appears to be at an end, with speculation mounting that the sport is close to a takeover by Liberty Media.