- Column: Fuel-careful F1 less of a guilty pleasure Updated: Apr-17-14 5:20 am
- NASCAR owner Gene Haas granted F1 license Updated: Apr-11-14 8:42 pm
- April starts with a bang for Formula One Updated: Apr-09-14 5:27 pm
- US team among 2 new entrants set for F1 in 2015 Updated: Apr-06-14 5:24 pm
- Ecclestone expects F1 engine rules change Updated: Apr-06-14 2:08 pm
- Malaysian GP chiefs wait and see on new contract Updated: Mar-27-14 10:08 pm
- F1 heads to Malaysia dogged by off-track troubles Updated: Mar-26-14 12:58 am
PARIS - As Earth's atmosphere warms alarmingly and fills with heat-trapping gases, and the writing on the wall - "People, we're in trouble!" - looms ever larger, Formula One has steadily become a guilty pleasure, the motorsport equivalent of blue whale burger or wearing panda fur.
DARLINGTON, South Carolina - NASCAR team owner Gene Haas said Friday he has been granted a license from Formula One's governing body to start a U.S.-based entry in the series, perhaps as early as next season.
Everybody expected April to be a crucial time for Formula One.
SAKHIR, Bahrain - Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone says a U.S.-backed team led by NASCAR's Gene Haas is among two new teams likely to join the series next season.
SAKHIR, Bahrain - Formula One commercial chief Bernie Ecclestone said he expects to get the required unanimous agreement from teams to change the sport's "unacceptable" engine rules, despite leading team Mercedes opposing any alteration.
SEPANG, Malaysia - The head of the Malaysian Grand Prix says fan reaction to Formula One's new era, with quieter engines and energy-efficient racing, will play a role in deciding whether the race will stay on the calendar.
Formula One heads to its second race of the season this weekend in Malaysia with the reigning champion team threatening to withdraw from the sport, the result of the first race still under protest, and race promoters in revolt over the sound of the cars.