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Red Bull Racing’s straight-line struggles in Sunday’s Chinese Grand Prix can be partially explained by teething troubles with their Kinetic Energy Recovery System system (KERS system), which operates in a “radically different” way…
Internet videos and overzealous users of Photoshop have long claimed that Red Bull’s front wings flex while out on track, even though they pass the load tests…
A Taiwanese clothing manufacturer has said it is “pleasantly surprised” to have received prominent branding on this year’s Hispania Racing car, despite the company and the Formula One team never having been in…
Journalists and opinion-formers reacted with outrage this week as it emerged that a Formula One racing driver did not enjoy driving slowly on public roads. When Fernando Alonso, Ferrari driver and two-time world…
Welcome to the very latest satirical news piece on BadgerGP – a new regular feature of our webzine, written by motorsport satire genius, Red Andy. It goes without saying but these stories are…
Our correspondent Max Hysteria reports from the Place de la Concorde on Ferrari’s team orders trial.
In an astonishing display of unity, FOTA have unanimously declared support for football fans wishing to have the vuvuzela banned in the FIFA World Cup.
The Canadian GP stewards have penalised one of the walls at the edge of the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for damaging Felipe Massa’s front wing during yesterday’s race.
The BBC have revealed their new approach to their coverage of F1 after they failed to win a BAFTA for their programme, borrowing several elements from ITV’s approach to the sport to secure the support of the British Academy.
Ferrari boss Luca di Montezemolo makes a very specific order for a new television set after another Maranello monitor mysteriously disappears.
Progress at the Silverstone circuit has stalled after developers realised the new pit and paddock complex was being built in the wrong place.
Red Bull Racing have responded to speculation that they do not treat drivers equally by confirming that they have been favouring Jenson Button for well over a year.
Michael Schumacher’s inability to understand a Monegasque nightclub’s rules on last orders led to him being thrown out of the club last night, it emerges.
Ferrari will not use their F-duct again until considerable modifications are made to their drivers, to allow them to operate the system safely, the team says.
Only Timo Glock will race in a modified Virgin Racing VR-01 this weekend, after Lucas di Grassi’s car was lost on the way to Barcelona.