Sauber ‘disturbed’ by state of F1

After a season without a single point, Sauber is in a battle with Marussia for ninth place in the constructors’ championship and has had financial difficulties of its own throughout the year. Kaltenborn has advocated cost cutting measures for some time to help the plight of smaller teams and says she is disappointed no action

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Ferrari: ‘We know where we have to improve’

With the team out of the running for both titles following another disappointing season, the Italian outfit have been using recent races to run development parts for next year. And it will be no different at Austin this weekend, according to Ferrari Engineering Director Pat Fry. “After the back-to-back races in Japan and Sochi, we’ve

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Vettel: ‘Long life engine rule is stupid’

Organisers of the United States Grand Prix say world champion Sebastian Vettel’s absence from qualifying this weekend is unfortunate, while the reigning world champion has labeled the rule as stupid. The Red Bull driver will sit out Saturday’s decisive session and start the Austin race from the pitlane, as he takes a penalty for using an

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Mosley warns of more teams collapsing

Caterham and Marussia entered administration in the space of five days of each other this month, with both set to miss the United States Grand Prix in Austin. Earlier this year a proposed budget cap set for 2015 was scrapped following opposition from F1’s leading teams in the Strategy Group. During his final year as

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Bernie: No third cars … for now

With just 18 cars set to line up, there have been questions over whether the remaining teams may be forced to ran a third car. Ecclestone says that is still some way off. “We don’t have to introduce a third car at this stage because they can miss a couple of races,” he told the

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Caterham and Marussia to miss USGP

Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has revealed Marussia and Caterham F1 will not take part in next weekend’s US GP at Austin. The Caterham squad has already been granted special dispensation to miss the next two races on the calendar while administrators search for a new buyer, having taken control of the squad earlier this

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