Fernando Alonso says he is “not keen” on having more pit stops during races in 2011.
When did Formula 1 stop being about the pursuit of speed?
Daimler has completed its purchase of the Mercedes Grand Prix team.
In today’s round-up: Red Bull to announce a deal with Infiniti.
Lewis Hamilton will drive a NASCAR Sprint Cup car at Watkins Glen later this year.
Ross Brawn says he’s “comfortable” with Mercedes’ position despite their apparent lack of pace.
Video and pictures of Sergio Perez entertaining 150,000 fans in Guadalajara in his Sauber.
“The cars are going to be travelling anything up to 15kph faster down the straight.”
In today’s round-up: Adam Parr says Williams would have boycotted a race in Bahrain.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner expects Fernando Alonso to be the main rival to his team.
In today’s round-up: competition from Singapore is a concern for the Malaysian GP organisers.
Sam Michael explains the key features of the Williams FW33.
Williams have revealed the definitive livery of their 2011 F1 car.
McLaren’s 2007 fine “$5 million for the offence, $95 million for Ron”.
Williams will reveal the definitive colour scheme of their 2011 F1 car today.
Abu Dhabi race organisers will make room for Bahrain.
Review of Tom Bower’s new book on Bernie Ecclestone.
Former F1 designer Sergio Rinland’s thoughts on McLaren, Williams and Renault’s 2011 cars.
In today’s round-up: Kubica making progress and the difficulty of getting Bahrain back in 2011.
Brundle expects “a little bit of unpredictability” in 2011. “I think it’s going to be very exciting.”