News Michael Schumacher gives the thumbs up after qualifying first in Monaco

Sabine Kehm confirms that the former world champion has begun the process of being brought out of his coma but stresses it could take a long time

Alonso gives Ferrari their first win in 11 races

Fernando Alonso gave Ferrari their first win in 11 races as a pit-stop blunder from Red Bull cost Sebastian Vettel another victory.

Massa masters the wet as McLaren and Red Bull row over diffuser ban

Fans are left to shiver in the rain while Horner and Whitmarsh get hot over rule change

Mark Webber and Felipe Massa fastest during British Grand Prix practice

Rain put a dampener on practice for the British Grand Prix today with Red Bull's Mark Webber fastest in the morning and Ferrari's Felipe Massa on top of largely meaningless timesheets after lunch.

Massa must maintain improvement, says Ferrari team principal

Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali has urged Felipe Massa to reproduce his never-say-die display in Canada on a more consistent basis.

It is Hamilton's burning rage to win that is causing him to overdrive slower car

Briton has made mistakes – but that's down to the frustration of his McLaren not matching the Red Bull. David Tremayne reports

Vettel emerges from Monaco chaos to win again

Sebastian Vettel made it five wins from six grands prix this season by taking his first chequered flag in Monaco at the conclusion of a chaotic and captivating race.

Ferrari consider Lewis Hamilton as 'potential driver'

Ferrari could look to sign McLaren rival Lewis Hamilton despite already having Fernando Alonso locked into a long-term deal.

Fernando Alonso signs new deal at Ferrari

Fernando Alonso has today pledged his long-term future to Ferrari by extending his contract through to the end of 2016.

Ferrari say Felipe Massa will remain with team

Felipe Massa will be staying at Ferrari next year, the Formula One team's president Luca di Montezemolo said today.

Wet track clouds Hamilton's Turkish GP preparations

The prospect of rain and the impact it will have on tyres was uppermost in the thoughts of the Formula One drivers and their engineers here yesterday.

Hamilton puts a stop to Vettel's run as McLaren's tactics pay off

Lewis Hamilton began and ended his Chinese Grand Prix in dramatic circumstances but his calmness paid off both times to allow him to secure his first win of the season yesterday. It was a stunningly cool performance on a day of thrilling action.

Alonso plays down Ferrari hopes of revival in Shanghai

Fernando Alonso is not expecting to see an upturn in Ferrari's qualifying pace in China this weekend despite a dash by several of the team's key players to their Maranello headquarters after last Sunday's Malaysian Grand Prix.

Vettel hails 'perfect car' after crushing Grand Prix victory

Sebastian Vettel today urged his mechanics to treat themselves to "pizza and beer" in the wake of his crushing Australian Grand Prix victory.

Vettel untroubled in Australian victory

Sebastian Vettel started the new Formula One season as he finished last year, with a crushing victory.

Sebastian Vettel 'would pay' to drive Ferrari

Red Bull's Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel continued to pay lavish compliments to Ferrari today, joking he would finance a holiday for Fernando Alonso and Felipe Massa so he could drive the red car.

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