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Montezemolo urges FIA to prevent rules “trickery” 13th March 2014, 15:39

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has urged Formula One’s governing body to ensure teams do not exploit any “grey areas” in the new rules.

Weight would have disadvantaged Webber – Newey 11th March 2014, 10:19

Mark Webber would have been at a disadvantage under the new rules had he continued to race in F1 in 2014, according to Red Bull’s Adrian Newey.

Newey rues Red Bull’s late switch of focus to 2014 10th March 2014, 11:18

Red Bull’s chief technical officer Adrian Newey admitted the team should have switched its attention fully to the team’s 2014 car earlier following a troubled start to the season.

“Pie in the sky” cost cap plan won’t work, says Dennis 6th March 2014, 23:30

“If you can’t afford to be in Formula One, don’t be in Formula One. There’s lots of other categories you can go motor racing in.”

Similarities to Senna in “intelligent” Button – Dennis

Ron Dennis says Jenson Button has traits that reminds him of Ayrton Senna. But he singled out Button’s intelligence as his key weapon for the coming season.

Frijns’ unpaid Caterham tests “unique” – manager 26th February 2014, 9:44

Robin Frijns’ manager says his driver’s two outings for Caterham in the first tests of this season are “unique” in recent Formula One history.

Magnussen leads day two in Bahrain as lap times fall 20th February 2014, 14:17

A Mercedes-powered car headed the lap times for the fifth consecutive test day in a row at the end of today’s running in Bahrain.

Judge: Ecclestone did pay bribe and was not “reliable or truthful”

The judge who awarded victory to Ecclestone in the High Court today questioned his reliability as a witness and ruled he did pay a bribe in 2006.

Ecclestone wins court case over ‘corrupt deal’

A High Court judge has dismissed a case brought by Constantin Medien against Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone.

Coming second “a tragedy” for Ferrari – Montezemolo 19th February 2014, 9:19

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has urged his team to return to winning ways this year, describing it as a “tragedy” for them to finish second.