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Pastor Maldonado, Lotus, Silverstone, 2014

Lotus split from Renault after dire season

2014 F1 season review

Having won a race and racked up 315 points last year, Lotus scored just 10 this season. Persistent Renault engine problems led them to switch to Mercedes.

Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, Le Mans 24 Hours, 2014

Alonso also wants to race at Le Mans

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Alonso to be denied Le Mans start • Verstappen has two years at Toro Rosso • F1 board to get new chairman

Max Verstappen, Toro Rosso, Suzuka, 2014

FIA to block future Verstappens with new F1 age limit

2016 F1 season

Max Verstappen’s Formula One debut at the age of 17 next year is set to be a one-off after the FIA added new limits to the awarding of a super licence.

Sebastian Vettel, Red Bull, Circuit of the Americas, 2014

Penalties get another shake-up for 2015

2015 F1 season

The FIA has revised the range of penalties available to stewards from 2015 and introduced a new ten-second penalty.

Virtual Safety Car board, Circuit of the Americas, 2014

Double points & standing restarts out, VSC in for 2015

2015 F1 season

The FIA has confirmed the controversial double points rule will be dropped as of 2015. Standing restarts won’t be used – but the Virtual Safety Car will.

Jules Bianchi, Marussia, Suzuka, 2014

FIA plans changes after Bianchi crash but report says his speed was to blame

2014 Japanese Grand Prix

The FIA has released the findings of its investigation into Jules Bianchi’s crash in the Japanese Grand Prix.

Start, Korean Grand Prix, 2012

Korea’s surprise return means record 21 races in 2015

2015 F1 calendar

The 2015 F1 calendar will feature a record-breaking 21 races as South Korea makes a surprise return to Formula One next year.

Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, 2014

The winners of the team mate battles in 2014

2014 F1 season review

Daniel Ricciardo surprised many by beating Sebastian Vettel over the course of 2014. But the most one-sided contest was at Ferrari.

Max Chilton, Marussia, Sochi Autodrom, 2014

A cruel end to Marussia’s F1 hopes

2014 F1 season review

Marussia said farewell to Formula One following Jules Bianchi’s shocking crashing the Japanese Grand Prix.

Mercedes, Sepang International Circuit, 2014

‘Mercedes wouldn’t give Red Bull engines’ – Horner

F1 Fanatic Round-up

In the round-up: Mercedes not an option for Red Bull • No cost talks at F1 Commission meeting • Chilton reveals extent of Marussia’s problems