Fernando Alonso, McLaren, Circuit de Catalunya, 2015

McLaren waiting for FIA approval on Alonso return

2015 Malaysian Grand Prix

Fernando Alonso will return to action in this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix providing he passes an FIA medical inspection, McLaren has announced.

Juan Pablo Montoya Penske IndyCar NOLA 2015

Aero kits to shake up IndyCar competition in 2015

2015 IndyCar season preview Video

For the first time in almost a decade the IndyCar field is not made up of identical cars as teams are allowed to tweak their aerodynamics in 2015

Start, Albert Park, 2015

F1 can only get better after lifeless Melbourne opener

2015 Australian Grand Prix

Last week’s Australian Grand Prix wasn’t the lowest-scoring season-opener we’ve seen since Rate the Race began in 2008 – but it wasn’t far off.

Fernando Alonso, McLaren, Circuit de Catalunya, 2015

Alonso undergoes medical tests ahead of Malaysian GP

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Alonso has pre-Malaysia medical checks • ‘Fans want louder engines’ – Williams • Aesthetics ‘not a primary problem’ – Wolff

Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Albert Park, 2015

Should engine performance in F1 be equalised?

Debates and Polls

Mercedes’ emphatic success in the first race of the season has prompted calls for their performance to be reined in to make for a closer battle in 2015.

Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, Hockenheimring, 2014

Mercedes offered to cover half of German GP losses

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Mercedes tried to save German GP • Ecclestone doubts race will return after 2016 • Pirelli wants decision on 19-inch wheels

Mark Webber, Christian Horner, Melbourne, 2015

Caption Competition 72: Webber and Horner

Caption Competition

F1 driver turned reporter Mark Webber interviewed his former Red Bull boss Christian Horner during the Australian Grand Prix weekend. Can you come up with a caption?

Felipe Massa, Williams, Albert Park, 2015

Williams may have fallen behind Ferrari – Massa

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Ferrari ‘may be better than us’ – Massa • Williams certain of equal treatment from Mercedes • Marko says no one will catch Mercedes

Start, Hockenheimring, 2014

FIA confirms no German Grand Prix in 2015

2015 F1 season

The German Grand Prix will not go ahead in 2015, the FIA has confirmed.

Pastor Maldonado, Lotus, Hockenheimring, 2014

Lotus boss expects German Grand Prix return in 2016

2015 F1 season

Lotus deputy team principal Federico Gastaldi expects the German Grand Prix to return to the calendar next year following its late disappearance from the 2015 schedule.