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The streets of the ancient Azerbaijan capital of Baku will host its first Formula 1 race in 2016. We have details - and two maps.
Former McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh has poured fuel on the controversy of F1 and warned that the sport seems unable to adapt to change.
Formula 1 could have some new honchos with a controlling stake in the sport. Will Bernie tread fairly in this investment consortium?
A disappointing 2015 F1 season so far for Red Bull has seen team principal Christian Horner's position thrown into question.
Mercedes F1 reserve driver Pascal Wehrlein continued the teams stupendous form at the Red Bull Ring through the first of two days of private testing.
Formula 1, the world's most elite form of motorsport, is heading for crisis but who might drag the sport out of this dark period?
F1 legend Sir Jackie Stewart believes that because there have been no deaths since Ayrton Senna in 1994 drivers are today taking too many risks!
Reports in Italy suggest that Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen's is on his way out of Maranello - but who could fill 'The Iceman's' seat?
Jenson Button drives Senna's McLaren F1 car
Bentley built a 426kW monster called the GT3-R, we drove it at Killarney.
Mercedes-Benz have combined luxury, performance and versatility to make the GLE range. Did they get right?
16 finalists have been revealed for 2015's round of Bike of the Year.
Kia SA show off its 2015 Sorento SUV. Thought your Merc was quiet...huh!
Power boost, design tweaks, new 'Motorsport Edition'.... Mercedes-Benz has given its A-Class a facelift.
Stuntman Terry Grant has broken his own record for the fastest mile travelled on 2 wheels in a 4-wheeled vehicle.
1 in 5 grown-ups admit to playing with cars... even when no kids are around.
The 2016 Focus RS will make its debut soon. VIDEO.
Bernie Ecclestone said that the way F1 is structured means that he and FIA president Jean Todt could make major changes, so long as the latter is on board...
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