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Force India would definitely be racing in 2015: Vijay Mallya

Mallya said Force India would not be following Marussia and Caterham onto the sporting scrapheap.

Nico Rosberg beats Lewis Hamilton to pole, keeps hopes alive

The Briton leads Rosberg by 24 points with two races, and a maximum 75 points, remaining.

Formula One: Jenson Button cryptic on Mclaren future

Button has said previously that he wanted to stay at McLaren, who have been closely linked to Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso.

Formula One: Before finale, pit stop in Brazil for Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton has pledged to work as hard as possible to triumph again in his bid for a second championship.

Formula One: In Texas, Lewis Hamilton’s hold’em

After a successful US Grand Prix, championship all but in Briton’s hands as win takes him 24 points clear at the top.

Lewis Hamilton on podium for 10th time as Mercedes reach new high in United States

Briton stretched his lead over team mate Rosberg to 24 points with two races and a maximum of 75 points remaining.

Formula One: Bernie Ecclestone admits he has no recipe to fix F1’s ‘piranha club’ crisis

F1 faces a crisis that may signal the end of the Ecclestone era and F1 in its modern image.

Sauber boss urges Formula One to cut costs as teams run out of revenues

The India-born Sauber principal said the predicament of Marussia and Caterham showed the need for cost-cutting measures.

Formula One: Ahead of the big race in Texas, Hamilton looking for ‘perfect 10’

The 29-year-old has a 17-point lead over his rival Nico Rosberg, with three races still remaining.

Formula One: McLaren’s Sporting director Sam Michael set to leave

A team spokesman said on Wednesday that the 43-year-old had tendered his resignation way back in March.

Lewis Hamilton survives scare, fastest in final Russian practice

Lewis Hamilton continued his good run despite being driving on the brand new circuit of Sochi.

Formula One: FIA to bring more safety features after Jules Bianchi crash

FIA on Saturday said that each and every life is important and they can’t afford to put them in jeopardy.

Formula One: Closed cockpit could be the safer option

In 2012, tests were carried out using a forward roll hoop after other experiments with a jet fighter-style canopy.

Formula One: Ahead of debut, safety first for Sochi

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has shrugged off the critics and President Vladimir Putin.

Officials try to wash hands off Jules Bianchi accident

Bianchi aquaplaned off the wet track with his car hitting the rear of a tractor deployed to remove Sutil’s car.