David Coulthard believes Formula One world champion Jenson Button could struggle in the wake of McLaren team-mate Lewis Hamilton this season.
Abu Dhabi circuit boss Richard Cregan will be cheering on Rubens Barrichello and Sebastian Vettel during this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix.
After 61 years, Silverstone may be hosting its last Grand Prix this weekend. David Tremayne looks back down the long and winding road of heroic duels and spectacular crashes that make this a circuit like no other in the world
Television, blogs, texts... there will be so many ways to follow the new Formula One season that budding petrolheads will be spoilt for choice
One of the first pieces in the 2009 Formula One jigsaw fell into place yesterday with the announcement in Hockenheim that Sebastian Vettel will transfer from energy drink magnate Dietrich Mateschitz's Toro Rosso team to his senior Red Bull Racing outfit. The 21 year-old German will replace David Coulthard, who announced at Silverstone that he will retire at the end of this season.
After a mediocre few weeks, the Formula One star has had plenty of advice – but, says a fellow British racer, he should be concentrating on just one voice, writes David Tremayne
While beleaguered Max Mosley took refuge in Jordan for the World Rally Championship round, in Barcelona David Coulthard was in the vanguard of criticism of the FIA president's new rules for 2009 in the build-up to this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton carried on where he had left off in Australia, setting the fastest time in practice in Sepang yesterday. Ferrari set the pace in the morning and for most of the hour and a half afternoon session before Hamilton calmly aced their drivers, Felipe Massa and Kimi Raikkonen.