In the round-up: Unpopular rules dropped • 2015 Manor-Marussia car revealed • Williams aim to "take fight to Mercedes"
McLaren endured a very difficult test at Abu Dhabi, one that was set to see the glorious public debut of the first Honda powered Formula One car in nearly ten years.
At the final in-season test of the year, held straight after the season-closing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Pirelli’s 2015 tyres were seen for the first time – although there were no dedicated Pirelli test days, with each team concentrating on its own independent programme.
Lewis Hamilton may be Britain's first multiple F1 champion for 41 years - but his success taxes British fans
In only his second time in an F1 car, Pascal Wehrlein, dominates the second day of testing in Abu Dhabi as McLaren's Honda woes continue.
Alex Lynn believes a Formula 1 reserve role is a realistic aim for 2015, having admitted that he will not get the Toro Rosso race seat.
Mercedes test driver Pascal Wehrlein ended the 2014 running by putting Mercedes on top of the timesheets, as has so often been the case this year. The day effectively concludes 2014, with the next track action only foreseen at the Jerez winter test in 2 months time.
McLaren's new engine partnership with Honda gets off to a difficult start at the post-season Abu Dhabi test.
Formula 1 teams have agreed to drop double points and standing starts after safety car restarts for 2015, AUTOSPORT can reveal
Pictures from the final two-day test session at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi.
McLaren may run its Honda development car again before the first 2015 Formula 1 test at Jerez, pending investigations into the electrical problems that blighted its running in Abu Dhabi
Jean-Eric Vergne has been dropped by Red Bull junior team Toro Rosso for 2015, the Frenchman has announced.
Raffaele Marciello admitted injured fellow Ferrari protege Jules Bianchi was foremost in his thoughts as he made his Formula 1 testing debut with the Italian squad in Abu Dhabi
Mercedes' reserve driver Pascal Wehrlein headed the final F1 test day of 2014 on his debut, but McLaren managed only two laps with their Honda-powered car.