F1 teams will come to regret the absence of the Formula One Teams’ Association, which was disbanded at the end of last month, according to its former secretary general.
Australian fans heard the new sound of F1 first and watched drivers grapple with the tricky 2014 cars. Here’s a selection of their videos from the grand prix.
With less than 48 hours until the first official race weekend session of 2014, here is the F1 Fanatic season preview in full.
The biggest rules change in a generation is about to hit Formula One. Get on top of the new technical and sporting regulations with this quick guide.
The new 1.6-litre V6 turbo engines being used this year are not significantly quieter than the V8s they are replacing, according to the FIA.
Frank Williams says he is pleased his team “lucked into” an engine supply deal with Mercedes, which he believes will be the best engine of the season.
Williams have confirmed a new sponsorship deal with Martini and revealed their car’s colour scheme for 2014.
Mercedes have published an interactive 360-degree video of their W05 in action at Silverstone.
Fuel consumption will be an overriding concern in most races this year, Red Bull’s chief technical officer Adrian Newey believes.
Ferrari director of engineering Pat Fry says the new restrictions on fuel use in Formula One won’t mean drivers have to back off to save fuel at every race.
Ferrari chassis technical director James Allison expects reliability to be the most important factor in deciding the outcome of this year’s championship.
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says he is confident his team can end their six-year wait for a championship in 2014.
Fernando Alonso says he wants to repeat Michael Schumacher’s feat of winning the world championship in his fifth season for Ferrari.
Following a difficult season the McLaren MP4-29 needs to deliver in 2014. Here are the first pictures of McLaren’s new contender.
Ferrari have revealed a preview of the 059/3 engine which will power their cars during the 2014 F1 season.
Kevin Magnussen says he doesn’t feel under pressure to live up to the standard set by Lewis Hamilton at McLaren.
Michael Schumacher believes Mercedes’ second place in the constructors’ championship shows they can compete for the title next year.
A cheeky move by Marussia and the post-race celebrations by Sebastian Vettel and crowd favourite Felipe Massa were among the videos captured by fans at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber helped Red Bull and Renault give their last V8 engine a final blast.
Pictures and video of ex-F1 driver Lucas di Grassi testing a Formula E car for the first time.