Caterham is facing legal action after sacking 40 members of staff earlier this month.
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Red Bull team principal Christian Horner criticised F1 media after questions over F1's forthcoming races in Azerbaijan and Russia were raised during Friday's press conference.
Romain Grosjean's Hungarian Grand Prix weekend began with a day to forget.
Hungarian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton dominates Nico Rosberg in practice to target fifth victory at Hungaroring
Christian Horner hit out at the media today claiming that negativity being aimed at team bosses should be directed at Bernie Ecclestone and Jean Todt.
Hungarian GP - Friday Photos
The British Mercedes driver has won four times at the twisty Budapest track and hopes to make it five on Sunday
It is easy to feel rapture for Budapest, for the dustless highway of its Danube, its basilicas and bridges, the cool respite of the Buda Hills and the memorial of Heroes Square (not to mention an uncommonly good exchange rate which means you can buy a pint for a quid).
In the case of Lewis Hamilton, however, that feeling of intense pleasure appears to run both ways. Wherever the world of Formula One pitches up, Hamilton is prone to say: This is one of my favourite circuits.Continue reading...
More than 40 former Caterham staff are to take legal action against the F1 team after they were laid-off earlier this month.
Today's press conference with Eric Boullier, Christian Horner, Monisha Kaltenborn, Vijay Mallya, Marco Mattiacci and Claire Williams.
Hungarian GP - Friday Press Conference
They may not yet be challenging for podiums, but it's no secret that McLaren have been making definite progress in recent races. According to Jenson Button, updates to the MP4-29 at Hockenheim should work even better here in Budapest, and could even give them shot at taking on Williams, whose FW36 is not expected to be so well suited to the tight and twisting Hungaroring. Button chatted about this and more following Friday practice in Hungary
Claire Williams, Monisha Kaltenborn, Christian Horner, Marco Mattiacci, Vijay Mallya and Eric Boullier attended Friday's press conf in Hungary...
Red Bulls team principal reacts angrily to line of questioning
Azerbaijan to be added to Formula One calendar in 2016
An angry Christian Horner, the Red Bull team principal, has defended Formula Ones right to fulfil its calendar and steer clear of politics. Horner, speaking in the buildup to Sundays Hungarian race, was responding to the news that Azerbaijan will be included on the calendar and speculation that Octobers Russian Grand Prix might be cancelled following the recent shooting down of a Malaysia Airlines plane, allegedly by pro-Russian separatists, killing 298 people.
Horner said: There is a calendar that comes out in October  and we all have a choice whether we enter the world championship. All the people are sitting here because we are racers and passionate about the sport and want to compete. When we sign up for the championship, we put our trust in the FIA and we will attend those races unless they deem it unnecessary for us to be there.Continue reading...