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Formula E boss Alejandro Agag says Formula 1 would need the permission of the FIA all-electric single-seater series if it wanted to go fully electric in the next decade.
Formula 1’s newly-installed sporting boss Ross Brawn says he’d like to see the unpopular and unintended consequences of the new-for-2017 aerodynamic rules “ironed out” over time.
Former world champion team chief Ross Brawn is the new sheriff in F1. Is he the good guy who’ll sort things out or a black hat?
Ex-Formula 1 world champion team owner Ross Brawn will return to the sport in a newly-created role of Managing Director, Motor Sports, as part of Liberty Media’s takeover of the sport.
Can we trust the future of F1 with the current decision-makers, or do we need to turn to someone new? Charles Bradley says hark to the past to move forwards.
Veteran technical chief is back at Maranello and is mentoring its current chief designer.
Will he be able to bring Ferrari back to its former glory?
Former F1 driver Patrick Tambay has hit out at the FIA for so squarely blaming Jules Bianchi for his life-threatening Suzuka crash.
The Accident Panel has given more details regarding what happened in those few seconds of chaos as Bianchi lost control and the Marussia struck a tractor.
The celebration continues back home for the F1 team.
It's likely to get uglier before it's all over with.
Ross Brawn hopes to return to F1 after a sabbatical.
British Formula 1™ driver Lewis Hamilton MBE was awarded the BRDC’s premier annual award, the BRDC Gold Star, for the fourth time.
Niki Lauda claims Ross Brawn will return to Formula One.
Ross Brawn will formally leave the team on 31st December 2013.
The team finished the 2013 season with a total of 360 points and a total of three wins, six further podiums and eight pole positions.
Lewis Hamilton qualified in the top five for the 17th time in 19 races this season.
Toto Wolff: "We had two decent sessions today, which further confirmed the tendency already seen this season that our car performs well in mixed conditions."
The final race of the 2013 Formula One World Championship takes place at Interlagos in Sao Paulo on Sunday 24 November.