Formula 1 News
Updated: 2 hours 5 min ago
Paddy Lowe is to join Mercedes on June 3rd under the title of 'Executive Director (Technical)', it has been confirmed.
F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone believes BMW could follow Honda's lead and return to the sport in the near future.
Felipe Massa has acknowledged that qualifying remains an area of relative weakness for his Ferrari team ahead of what is likely to prove the most important qualy session of the season so far in Monaco.
Red Bull chief Christian Horner is hopeful Mark Webber can repeat his historically strong Monaco form next week after admitting the forthcoming races represent an opportunity, as well as a period of added pressure, for the Australian in regards to his Red Bull future.
Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes cannot afford to lose focus on improving their race performance for the Monaco GP, even though the unique nature of the street circuit may not expose the W04's frailties to the same extent as recent grands prix.
Ferrari have hit out at "selected memories" in Formula 1 after Pirelli reacted to criticism of the pitstop-filled Spanish GP and announced changes to their tyres from next month.
Lotus boss Eric Boullier has compared Pirelli's decision to revise their tyres mid-season to 'changing the dimensions of a football pitch at half-time' - but has nonetheless expressed optimism that his team will be able to adapt to the alterations.
McLaren's Jonathan Neale is confident Honda will produce a "massively competitive" engine on their return to F1 and the team will successfully manage the transition from Mercedes to the Japanese manufacturer.
Jenson Button says he is "thrilled and excited" by the 2015 revival of the McLaren-Honda partnership and the prospect of his own personal reunion with the Japanese car giant.
Honda will return to Formula 1 as an engine supplier and reunite with McLaren from 2015, the Japanese manufacturer giant has officially confirmed.
Pirelli's Paul Hembery has told Sky Sports News that it was their decision to modify tyres for the Canadian Grand Prix in the interests of the majority of teams.
Pirelli have accelerated plans to introduce changes to their controversial 2013 tyres, with the revisions to now be rolled out in time for the Canadian GP in two races' time.
Bernie Ecclestone has joined in with criticism of Pirelli's 2013 tyres amid reports that the F1 supremo spoke with disgruntled Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz after the Spanish GP.