Lewis Hamilton became only the fourth driver in Formula One history to win nine grands prix in a season by taking the chequered flag at the inaugural race in Russia.full story
The Formula One teams are currently embroiled in a bitter internal dispute as to the way forward regarding engines.
Fernando Alonso will leave Ferrari at the end of the current Formula One season, according to the Italian team’s recently-departed president Luca Di Montezemolo.
The father of Jules Bianchi admits his son's situation is "desperate" and that it is a "miracle" he is still alive, but believes he will "not give up" his fight for life.
Lewis Hamilton continued his domination of the inaugural Russian Grand Prix to claim the 38th pole position of his Formula One career, but only after a major error from Williams’ Valtteri Bottas.
A late spin failed to stop Lewis Hamilton from setting the fastest time in final practice ahead of Sunday’s inaugural Russian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton quickly found himself at home around Sochi’s Olympic Park on a day when Formula One attempted to get back to business in the wake of Jules Bianchi’s accident five days ago.
It was business as usual for the majority of Formula One during the opening practice session ahead of the inaugural Russian Grand Prix, with the obvious exception of Marussia.
Marussia have confirmed they are to run only one car throughout this weekend’s inaugural Russian Grand Prix as a mark of respect for the critically-injured Jules Bianchi.
Watch Sebastian Vettel drive a lap of the Sochi Autodrom, venue for this weekend’s race.
Formula One driver Jules Bianchi remains in a “critical but stable” condition after suffering one of the most common traumatic and devastating brain injuries following his crash during Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Jules Bianchi remains in a “critical but stable” condition in hospital following surgery after he sustained severe head injuries in Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Lotus apologise after telling Marussia to “cheer up”.
Marussia have issued a statement thanking fans for their support and asked for “patience and understanding” after Jules Bianchi’s accident at yesterday’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton may have moved further clear at the top of the championship standings after victory at the Japanese Grand Prix but the Brit was unconcerned about his title tilt after Marussia’s Jules Bianchi was left fighting for his life.
Jules Bianchi is currently undergoing surgery after suffering a severe head injury following a crash at the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.
Lewis Hamilton admitted he “enjoyed the ride” as he won and extended his championship lead at a wet Suzuka – but it was a serious injury to Marussia’s Jules Bianchi which overshadowed the Japanese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton secured a third successive win to open up his championship lead at an incident-filled Japanese Grand Prix.
Marussia driver Jules Bianchi was left unconscious following a crash at the Japanese Grand Prix – which had been affected by rain for the majority of the race.
He doesn’t even have a driving licence, but he’s driving an F1 car.
Lionel Messi left Barcelona manager Luis Enrique looking foolish on Saturday when he ignored a request to come off during their match against Eibar.
World number one Rory McIlroy faces a break from the sport as a Dublin courtroom is poised to take centre stage rather than a golf course early next year.
Russian Tennis Federation president Shamil Tarpischev has been forced to publicly apologise for his slur against the Williams sisters, Serena and Venus.
The Leinster-Munster rivalry is alive and well, as Cian Healy discovered when he sent this tweet after Munster's $1 in the European Champions Cup on Saturday.
Colm O'Rourke's article about the Gaelic Players Association in the Sunday Independent yesterday has provoked a storm of online reaction, with people coming out to both denounce and support his views.
Celtic player Lukasz Zaluska has been attacked in the street.
QPR forward Adel Taarabt has hit back at manager Harry Redknapp over claims that he is overweight and unfit to play.
Oscar Pistorius will be ineligible to compete during his five-year prison sentence, the International Paralympic Committee has said.