F1: Hot in-car action from the BBC
F1 fans can look forward to in-car cameras, the option to view split-screen coverage and the ability to screen out annoying commentary when the season starts in March this year.
F1: the FIA vote aftermath
Here are some of the latest developments in the aftermath of the FIA’s vote of confidence in its president Max Mosley yesterday.
F1: FIA vote liveblog – Mosley wins, threat of split, fears for British GP
So, today’s the day when Max Mosley meets his nemesis in the form of a FIA hearing that will vote on whether members feel he is fit to continue as the organisation’s president. Keep checking this post for the latest info.
F1: Richards confirms Prodrive are out
Prodrive boss David Richards has confirmed that his company is unlikely to be participating in Formula One racing in the foreseeable future. Speaking at the Autosport International Show, he said that the new Concorde Agreement which will govern the next few years of the sport, has effectively ruled out customer teams.
F1: Prodrive’s debut looks increasingly unlikely
The possibility of F1 having a full grid of 12 teams next year is looking increasingly unlikely as the odds of Prodrive making it to Melbourne in March recede into the distance.
F1 season finale: McLaren called upon to explain itself
McLaren should be explaining its actions in China and Brazil rather than trying to overturn the championship result, according to former team boss Eddie Jordan.
F1 spy verdict: Racing legends shocked and staggered
The magnitude of the punishment handed out to McLaren by the World Motor Sport Council has astonished much of the racing community.