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The 86-year-old racing boss will become “Honorary President” according to reports.

After a remarkable run at the top of the highest tier racing series, Ecclestone is officially out.


At 31, Rosberg is leaving the sport at the top of his game.

Rosberg wraps up his career after 11 years in F1.


He may have finished the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in second, but that was enough to win the championship.


Wood and aluminum make way for plastic and carbon.

The impressive collection of wheels used for the video is completely genuine.


A special interview with Zak Brown.

Our friend and notable motorsport journalist Marshall Pruett recorded this one-on-one interview with the Brown.


They were full of something more potent than beer though.


The current Australian, former Formula One Driver, is hanging up the helmet.


We talk to the head of Mercedes-AMG to get all the details.

Who says F1 technology doesn't improve road cars anymore?


The 35-year old Brazilian hangs up his helmet after 14 years in F1.

Since entering F1, Massa competed in 242 races and won 11.


Winning at the Brickyard opens some doors.

Some old acquaintances are interested in Alexander Rossi again.


Kidnappers reportedly seek $36.6 million, the largest sum in Brazilian history.


The tiny land-locked principality of San Marino could see F1 racing again.


F1 legend's manager: "Michael will not disappear."

With reporters continuing to ask about Michael Schumacher's health, his agent is once again asking that the family's privacy be respected.


Aston's answer to the LaFerrari, Porsche 918 is set for 2018.

Aston Martin and Red Bull Racing are showing off the AM-RB 001 hypercar. It's better than you think.


Is F1 a balanced competition? Sauber isn't so sure.


Mercedes is taking the Red Bull Racing seriously. Here's why.


Ferrari says it's still in the F1 title race.


​Jules Bianchi's family has taken the first steps of legal action against the FIA, the Formula One Group and the Marussia team over the death of their son after the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix.


McLaren will be the team to put an end to Mercedes' dominance of Formula 1, according to the British squad's boss Ron Dennis. "I honestly believe that the next world champions after Mercedes will be McLaren," Dennis told the BBC. "We'll get to that goal before other people. "It is challenging but I have a firm belief in the technical competence of our people and a firm belief in Honda," Dennis added. Mercedes has dominated the V6 turbo era, taking the drivers' and constructors' championships in


The Scuderia knows it needs to make up points, and quickly.

Ferrari is still maintaining optimism for the 2016 season.

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