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AirAsia boss Tony Fernandes sells Caterham team and quits F1

Malaysian aviation entrepreneur Tony Fernandes ended an unhappy Formula One adventure on Wednesday by selling his struggling Caterham team to a group of Swiss and Middle Eastern investors with former...

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Bernie Ecclestone faces German bribery charge

Bernie Ecclestone.

German prosecutors have indicted motor-racing magnate Bernie Ecclestone on a bribery charge, but the 82-year-old has refused to resign as Formula One boss, despite facing a trial.

F1 teams agree to cost-cutting measures

Formula One teams have unanimously agreed to a series of cost-cutting measures.

F1 supremos need to go: Jackie Stewart

Former world champion Sir Jackie Stewart has blasted Formula One chiefs Bernie Ecclestone and Max Mosley, saying the time had come for them to step aside.

Mosley leaning toward fifth term

Max Mosley, the head of world motor sports' governing body FIA, is leaning toward running for a fifth successive term despite a damaging sex scandal.

Hamilton snubs standardised F1 engines

Formula One world champion Lewis Hamilton is against FIA president Max Mosley's idea of using a standardised engine for all F1 cars.

Motorsports bodies agree to reduce costs

World motorsports governing body The FIA has reached agreement over radically reducing costs in response to the present global economic crisis, FIA announced.

Honda quits over financial crisis

Honda has announced its shock withdrawal from Formula One over the global financial crisis, ending an involvement which began in the 1960s.

Credit crisis forces F1 to cut costs

Frank Jordans FIA and the 10 Formula One teams have reached a deal to cap the cost of engines supplied to smaller teams to save money during the global financial crisis.

Ecclestone downplays single-engine fears

Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has played down fears that major car manufacturers will pull out of the sport over the introduction of a standard engine.

F1 chiefs plan crisis cash talks

Formula One chiefs, concerned by the spiralling cost of motor racing in the current world economic downturn, will hold talks this month to discuss the crisis.

Mosley warns F1 could go bust in a year

Formula One will only survive for one more year unless drastic spending cuts are implemented, FIA president Max Mosley has warned.

FIA drops Canadian GP from F1 calendar

The Canadian Grand Prix has been dropped from the 2009 calendar, leaving North America without a Formula One race for the first time in 43 years.

Mosley uses media for 'spin' campaign

The president of motorsport's world governing body FIA, began a 'spin campaign' at the Italian Grand Prix that revived talk of his involvement in a sex scandal.

Embattled Mosley returns to F1 scene

Paul Logothetis Embattled FIA president Max Mosley has emerged at the Monaco Grand Prix, making his first Formula One appearance since being embroiled in a lurid sex scandal.