Schumacher sells his 2001 Ferrari car at auction

Michael Schumacher's F2001, the chassis with which he claimed his final Monaco Grand Prix victory, has become the most expensive modern Formula 1 car to ever be sold at auction after fetching $7,504,000. The iconic car was on sale at at the Sotheby's Contemporary Art Evening Sale in Manhattan and flew

Briatore: Hamilton and Vettel wouldn’t work as team-mates

Flavio Briatore doubts Lewis Hamilton will ever join Sebastian Vettel at Ferrari, saying he “cannot co-exist” with the German. But while this year’s campaign as seen them battle as Mercedes and Ferrari drivers, Hamilton has been linked to a move to the Scuderia in the future. Briatore says it would never work

Alonso: We believe 2018 will be a fantastic season

Fernando Alonso has given an honest assessment of McLaren’s displays through the 2017 Formula 1 season, calling it “very bad” after a lack of performance on-track. “2017 was not a good season, despite the progress that is noticeable with what we did with the car and despite the optimism for next

Brown: We’d love Alonso to win the triple crown in a McLaren

It has taken the best part of a season but Fernando Alonso may yet throw off the fug that has engulfed him come Formula One’s final round in Abu Dhabi. Certainly closing the curtain on McLaren’s disastrous relationship with Honda will give the Spaniard reason for a sigh of relief

Montezemolo: We can win the world title next year

Two former F1 luminaries have put the brakes on Ferrari's optimism after Sebastian Vettel won in Brazil. "Brazil was a great day for us," Vettel told Italian radio Rai. "Now I hope we can look good in Abu Dhabi and then win the world title next year." But two F1 figures are warning

Villeneuve: Lance Stroll needs a slower teammate

Lance Stroll needs a slower teammate to help improve his performance in Formula 1, according to former world champion Jacques Villeneuve. The Williams driver was running 14th but ultimately finished 16th in the Brazilian Grand Prix after picking up a flat spot that caused his left-front tyre to delaminate and forced

Ricciardo not sure Ferrari dream F1 move

Daniel Ricciardo is not sure Ferrari could be his next team in F1. With Max Verstappen now signed up through 2020, Red Bull bosses Christian Horner and Dr Helmut Marko say they are prepared for Australian Ricciardo to make up his mind about a new contract beyond 2018. "That's very nice of

Ricciardo not sure Ferrari dream F1 move

Daniel Ricciardo is not sure Ferrari could be his next team in F1. With Max Verstappen now signed up through 2020, Red Bull bosses Christian Horner and Dr Helmut Marko say they are prepared for Australian Ricciardo to make up his mind about a new contract beyond 2018. "That's very nice of

Vettel: Our objective is to bring Ferrari back and dominate

Although he lost the World title, which “sort of sucks”, Sebastian Vettel says that doesn’t detract from the “massive progress” that Ferrari have made this season. However, the Brazilian GP winner insists there are still positives to be taken from 2017. “Overall it was very positive this year,” he said. “Nobody expected Ferrari

McLaren will be making big steps forward next year

The Belgian pinpointing a switch to Renault power - and Red Bull's form with the engine - as evidence that both he and McLaren will be making big steps forward next year. "McLaren is still one of the biggest teams in Formula One. Yes it is true that the last couple