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Maurizio Arrivabene, Sergio Marchionne, Ferrari, 2014

Ferrari ‘must not fear change’ – Marchionne

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Ferrari told to embrace change • Mercedes rivals “in difficult situation” • Schumacher’s sponsors withdraw backing

Jenson Button, Fernando Alonso, Renault, 2002

Caption Competition 65: Alonso and Button

Caption Competition

Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button will be team mates at McLaren next year – but they have been once before.

Mercedes-Benz PU106A, 2014

Strategy Group planning 2016 engine rules change

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Strategy Group to change engine rules • South Korea ‘had to go on calendar’ • 2015 McLaren passes crash tests

Nico Hulkenberg, Sebastian Vettel, Hungaroring, 2014

2014 F1 season review: Driver rankings 10-6

2014 F1 season review

Who’s in the bottom half of the top ten drivers of 2014? Find out here.

Lewis Hamilton, Nico Rosberg, Mercedes, Spa-Francorchamps, 2014

Mercedes’ dominance outstripped Red Bull’s of 2010-3

2014 F1 season statistics: Car performance

Mercedes moved the goalposts a long way in 2014. The W05’s lap time advantage was almost twice that Red Bull enjoyed during their best year.

Nico Hulkenberg, Porsche 919, Motorland Aragon, 2014

Hulkenberg tests Porsche 919 at Aragon

F1 pictures Pictures

Nico Hulkenberg had his first test in Porsche’s 919 LMP1 car at Motorland Aragon in Spain earlier this week.

Fernando Alonso, Jenson Button, McLaren, 2014

Button ‘can kick Fernando’s butt’ – Dennis

2015 F1 season

McLaren CEO Ron Dennis is certain Jenson Button can be a match for his new team mate Fernando Alonso next year.

Start, Circuit de Catalunya, 2005

Ecclestone suggests possible return to V10 engines

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Ecclestone wants ‘1,000bhp V10s’ • Bahrain can veto Qatar race • Sacha Woodward-Hill linked to top F1 job

Adrian Sutil, Sauber, Circuit of the Americas, 2014

McLaren may support struggling teams to avoid having to run a third car

2015 F1 season

McLaren CEO Ron Dennis says he intends to help support F1’s struggling teams in order to prevent it becoming necessary for his to run a third car in the future.

Jenson Button, McLaren, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, 2014

Button eager for “long term” committment to McLaren

2015 F1 season

Jenson Button says he was keen to agree a long-term commitment to McLaren after agreeing to a new two-year contract to drive for the Honda-powered team.