"Our aim is for business as usual whilst we assess options."
It's not a flying pig, but it is pink and it has a wing.
A new rulebook for Formula 1 in 2017 has led to completely new designs from every constructor taking part in the sport. Here's a look at all of them.
Autoblog recaps the 2016 European Grand Prix in Azerbaijan. Mercedes' Nico Rosberg won, ahead of Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel and Force India's Sergio Perez.
Autoblog recaps the 2016 Monaco Grand Prix. A wet start and several crashes caused numerous real and Virtual Safety Car periods, and some poor pit strategies that rearranged the front of the order.
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.
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.
Autosport reports that Renault will return to F1 as a constructor, taking a 65-percent stake in the Lotus team. A top-team budget and ten-year investment is planned.
Following repeated delays, Force India finally revealed and ran its new Mercedes-powered VJM08 chassis at the final F1 test session of the season in Barcelona.
A member of European Parliament has written to the European Commission, asking it to review the FIA and how the small teams in the sport are treated. The FIA appears to have breached an agreement it made with European regulators in 2001, and the F1 Strategy Group is accused of running teams and support companies out of business.
Sahara Force India Formula One driver Nico Hülkenberg is officially part of the Porsche factory team for next year's 24 Hours of Le Mans; the last time a current F1 driver got permission from his team to compete in the world's biggest endurance race was in 2009 when Toro Rosso let Sébastien Bourdais pilot for Peugeot.
The last few seats are being taken in the grand game of musical chairs that ensues at the end of any Formula One season. The latest announcement comes from Force India, which has confirmed that it's keeping Sergio Perez in place not just for next season, but for the next several years.
In the two weeks it's taken Formula One to move from Belgium to Italy, fleet-footed rumor has outrun the driver transfer market – Fernando Alonso can't issue enough denials of a departure from Ferrari, McLaren isn't sure what it wants to do with its drivers, Lotus has found out why it stinks this year and that the problem can't be fixed this year, and Nico Rosberg is said to have donated a team-ordered six-figure fine to charity to atone for his Belgian waffling. Oh, and Lewis Hamilton reg
Momentum. That was the word of the weekend at the last race in Monaco – Nico Rosberg retaking it, Williams getting reacquainted with it and Marussia tasting it for the first time, among other examples. That same, weighted term flew to Canada with the money circus known as Formula One, took all weekend to build and then walloped the front end of the field and the season on Sunday afternoon.
If you're a serious fan of Formula One, you already know all about The Great Nosecone Conundrum of 2014. Those given to parsing each year's F1 regulations predicted the strong possibility of the so-called "anteater" noses as far back as early December 2013. Highly suggestive visual evidence first came after Caterham's crash test in early January, with further proof coming as soon as Williams showed a rendering of the FW36 challenger for this year's championship. That car earned a name that wasn'
Most years, the new crop of Formula One racecars come out from each team looking just like the ones they replace. But every once in a while, the FIA shakes up the rules significantly enough to force the teams back to the drawing board. And that's what's happened for 2014.