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Formula One is not a poor man's sport. But if you want to know just how much it costs, just ask Red Bull. The team spent a record $310 million last year.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Brazilian Formula One Grand Prix, which proved again that if Nico Rosberg could get his end-of-season form at the beginning of the year, he'd be a serious threat to his teammate.


The Manor Marussia F1 Team has hired a new racing director and let its previous top leadership go. The racing outfit has also secured an engine deal with Mercedes and a technical partnership with Williams for next season.


Even without an engine supplier in place, Red Bull Racing is preparing to return to the Formula One grid next season. But under whose motivation, at this point, we still don't know.


Discussions are reported to be currently underway between Bernie Ecclestone and the new owners of the Nürburgring to bring F1 racing back to the track, but not before 2017 at the earliest.


Ferrari is proposing a different sort of arrangement that could provide Red Bull with the engines it needs to continue competing in Formula One.


After seven years in DTM and four seasons as a Formula One test driver with the Williams team, Susie Wolff is retiring from professional motorsport competition.


The Mexican Formula One Grand Prix returns to the calendar after a 23-year absence. Even with a new track layout and a new track surface, it's a lot like old times.


A new deal between Aston Martin and Force India is tipped to see the team rebranded as Aston Martin Racing, bringing Johnnie Walker along with it and retaining Mercedes engines in the process.


Haas F1 Team signs Mexican driver Esteban Gutierrez to partner Romain Grosjean next year when it joins the Formula 1 grid.


Bernie Ecclestone says that the FIA will soon take bids for manufacturers to supply engines to independent teams at a lower cost.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 US Grand Prix, won by Lewis Hamilton ahead of Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel. Hamilton's win makes him 2015 World Champion.


The F1 team currently known as Lotus and soon to revert to Renault has hired reigning GP2 champion Jolyon Palmer - son of former F1 driver and racing tycoon Jonathan Palmer - to replace Romain Grosjean for next season.


Reports suggest Red Bull and Honda are discussing an engine supply deal for 2016, but a subsequent report says McLaren's Ron Dennis has scuppered the deal.


Red Bull technical chief Adrian Newey says the team's relationship with Renault is beyond repair, and that neither Mercedes nor Ferrari will sell their engines to one of their chief rivals.


Autoblog recaps the 2015 Russian Grand Prix, which featured a couple of Safety Cars, a number of crashes, a few questionable decisions, and a familiar final result.


Bernie Ecclestone and Pirelli have reportedly agreed on a new deal that will see the Italian rubber company continue to exclusively supply F1 with tires for a further three seasons.


The FIA has mandated a new wastegate in the exhaust systems of Formula One cars to make them sound better. It also released a revised calendar for the 2016 World Championship.


Jenson Button will stay in Formula One with McLaren-Honda for at least another season or two.


Max Verstappen, Formula One's youngest driver, just turned 18, and to celebrate, he went to the DMV and passed his license test on his first try. So now he can legally drive both on and off track.


American F1 team Haas has hired French driver Romain Grosjean of Lotus-Renault experience to lead the driver lineup for its upcoming inaugural season.

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