F1 boss to clamp down on online media in paddock

After controversially rubbishing the power of social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter last week, the F1 supremo is now warning that online publications will find access to the paddock more difficult in the future. He told F1 business journalist Christian Sylt: “Choose your race for free, enter the paddock, meet the drivers. How do

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Sutil breached Sauber F1 contract – report

Adrian Sutil may have breached the terms of his Sauber F1 contract in 2014, the Dutch publication Formule1 reports. When the struggling Swiss team signed up paying drivers Marcus Ericsson and Felipe Nasr for 2015, it appeared legal trouble could be ahead as Adrian Sutil already had a signed contract for next season. But team

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Caterham to return to F1 grid and race in 2014 season-ending Abu Dhabi GP

The Leafield-based outfit went into administration ahead of the U.S./Brazil double-header three weeks ago amid an ownership dispute and spiralling debts. Since then administrators Smith & Williamsonhave been trying to raise sufficient funds to initially ensure Caterham’s participation in next week’s season finale and, in a long-term goal, the team’s outright survival. Last week, administrators

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