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15 AUGUST 2015No more new teams in 2016 says FIANo other new teams will join Haas on the 2016 grid.Lotus expects more rumours in Spa paddockLotus has warned that it will be making no announcements about its future in Belgium next weekend.14 AUGUST 2015Kvyat's father says Red Bull seat not in doubtDaniil Kvyat's father has played down rumours the young Russian's future at Red Bull is not safe.Red Bull-Mercedes engine deal attractive says WolffToto Wolff has admitted supplying Red Bull with engines could be "an attractive option" for Mercedes.13 AUGUST 2015Spotlight to be on Mercedes duo at SpaThe spotlight will be on Mercedes' duelling driver duo once the summer break ends next week.Wolff talks Bottas, race starts and engine tokensToto Wolff has played down reports Valtteri Bottas is still in the running for a Ferrari race seat.Haas expecting team to be competitiveGene Haas says he expects his new F1 team to be competitive when it enters the sport next year.Kaltenborn thinks F1 should re-think tyre war stanceMonisha Kaltenborn thinks F1 should not rule out the idea of reviving a 'tyre war'.F1 victim of its own success says de FerranIt is the perfection of formula one that is turning off the fans, according to the well-known motor racing figure Gil de Ferran.12 AUGUST 2015Marko plays down latest Verstappen rumoursDr Helmut Marko has played down the latest rumours swirling around F1 teen sensation Max Verstappen.11 AUGUST 2015F1 no longer man's world says Claire WilliamsF1 is not the "man's world" it once was, according to female deputy team boss Claire Williams.F1 recovery vehicles still dangerous says TostThe issue of recovery vehicles in formula one still needs to be addressed.Teams critical of race-start clampdownF1 engineers are concerned that the FIA's mid-season clampdown on race start procedures has not been properly thought through.10 AUGUST 2015Media to blame for bad image says MaldonadoPastor Maldonado says his bad reputation is the fault of journalists who are scrabbling for news.Ecclestone gives green light to Finland GP?Finland could be the next new stop on the F1 calendar in the near future.Button on track for Spa after robberyJenson Button is back on track after his robbery scare a week ago.Verstappen still not listening to criticismMax Verstappen is keeping his focus on the track, amid continuing criticism of his approach to formula one.Bianchi death brought drivers closer together says MassaFelipe Massa says the death of fellow driver Jules Bianchi has brought the group of current F1 drivers closer together.McLaren denies Vandoorne reportsMcLaren has denied reports that an announcement about the Honda-powered team's driver plans for 2016 is now imminent.7 AUGUST 2015Button gassed, robbed on vacationJenson Button was gassed and robbed as he holidayed with his wife in France, the Briton's spokesman has confirmed.Toro Rosso hoping to keep James KeyToro Rosso is hoping to hang onto its increasingly highly-rated technical boss James Key.F1 revolution could be delayed to 2018F1's planned technical revolution for 2017 may be delayed, the German magazine Auto Motor und Sport reports.Mercedes team wins Bandini trophyMercedes will receive this year's edition of the prestigious Trofeo Lorenzo Bandini.Yamaha could give Hamilton MotoGP testLewis Hamilton's dream of testing a MotoGP bike might soon come true.Medical issue stops Alguersuari's careerFormer F1 driver Jaime Alguersuari's motor racing career has come to a halt for now.Vandoorne to replace Button in 2016?Stoffel Vandoorne will be Fernando Alonso's new teammate at McLaren-Honda next year.Massa says 2016 Williams deal still not doneFelipe Massa is still hopeful he will be retained by Williams for the 2016 season.Partner says Raikkonen is no Iceman at homeKimi Raikkonen is not 'The Iceman' behind closed doors, his partner Minttu Virtanen insists.Verstappen learned nothing from Monaco crash says MassaFelipe Massa fears Max Verstappen has learned nothing after his big crash in Monaco earlier this year.More News...
FEATURES:Straight Talk - Too much for the boys!By Luis VasconcelosJules Bianchi was in everyone's mind when we landed in Budapest, and drivers were bombarded with questions about the late Frenchman, as this was the first funeral many of them had attended - not an easy experience for anyone, let alone when you're there to say goodbye to someone so young.Straight Talk - When small is not beautifulBy Luis VasconcelosLast week's meeting of the FIA World Motor Sport Council approved the 2016 F1 calendar, extending the season to 21 Grand Prix. That decision alone should be enough reason for concern for the teams, for the amount of travelling and days away from home will be increased - and we will all have the mammoth task of working over the space of just 35 weeks.Straight Talk - Hulkenberg back in the gameBy Luis VasconcelosFormula One can be a funny old business, particularly when it comes to drivers choices - mainly about the way some top teams make decisions that can cost them Grand Prix victories and even World Championships.Straight Talk - Customer Cars - a bad solutionBy Luis VasconcelosThe complete lack of strategy from the Formula One Strategic Group has been overtly exposed recently. I honestly suspect the reason the FIA decided to publish the conclusions of the Group's meeting before the Monaco Grand Prix was to finally show to the world that having six teams sitting in the same room in the hope they'll come up with a logical new set of rules is useless, because they either fail to agree on anything or approve measures that are not possible to introduce.More Features...
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