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Daniel Ricciardo says he is ready to lead the Red Bull Formula 1 team next year following Sebastian Vettel's departure to Ferrari.
Ferrari has confirmed speculation Pedro de la Rosa is vacating his test-driver post.
Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed reports he remains determined to shake up F1's engine rules.
Ron Dennis admitted he wants the revived McLaren-Honda partnership to dominate F1 like the team did during the record-breaking 1988 season...
According to Mercedes Executive Director Toto Wolff, all Formula One teams will operate with more than one boss in the near future...
Eric Boullier admitted that he expects new recruit Fernando Alonso to challenge the team "every day" as McLaren look to get back to winning ways...
According to Red Bull boss Christian Horner, the pace of Daniel Ricciardo was "probably a factor" in Sebastian Vettel's decision to leave the Milton Keynes outfit at the end of the season...
Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that Formula One is on track to get new engine regulations for 2016.
In the round-up: Horner thinks pressure from Ricciardo contributed to Vettel's decision to join Ferrari • Ecclestone sued for £271 million
• German state bank BayernLB announced move on Friday
• Action to be taken against F1 supremo and family holding
The German state bank BayernLB is suing Bernie Ecclestone and his family holding Bambino for around €345m (£270m) in relation to the sale of its stake in Formula One.
The news agency DPA says BayernLB announced the move in Munich on Friday.Continue reading...
Christian Horner says he understands Sebastian Vettel's decision to leave Red Bull Racing, saying the "lure of Ferrari for any driver is immensely powerful."
Ferrari hire former Toro Rosso driver Jean-Eric Vergne to work on car development in their simulator.
Bernie Ecclestone and a German bank are still locked in a legal fight.
Ferrari have announced further changes to their test driver line-up with Jean-Eric Vergne joining the team.