McLaren and Force India have pulled out of next week's run-out in Bahrain to test next year's Pirelli tyres.
The FIA hopes the changes will increase the competition faced by the champion Sebastian Vettel
Jurors told that Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale drove car straight at him at around 30mph to 40mph
A malfunctioning disc drive is the main concern among some gamers
Mark Webber today announced that he will leave Formula One at the end of this season.
With new penalties looming Jamie Merrill decides it’s time to check his driving habits
Dare we say it? The successor to the E-type is finally here…
Six people were killed in the Russian town of Belgorod yesterday after a gunman opened fire in a central street, reportedly in anger that someone had scratched his car.
BBC will not be showing the Monaco Grand Prix next season
California is one of the world's largest luxury and performance car markets, so this week’s LA Auto show was the right place for Jaguar Land Rover to kick off its latest product blitz.
Can Aston Martin's new Vanquish make our reviewer feel like 007?
Prosecutors are weighing whether to charge a paparazzo with driving recklessly on a Los Angeles freeway to photograph pop star Justin Bieber in what could be the first use of a new anti-paparazzi law, an official said on Tuesday.
He has enjoyed himself after reaching last year's world snooker final. But his fun will be limited to the table next week
Grand Prix to go ahead as planned, despite fears protesters will try to disrupt the event
The Enzo Ferrari Museum in Italy is a fitting memorial to its maverick creator as well as a racing giant. By Jay Merrick
Jan Kaplicky knew how to fail, brilliantly, better than any other architect in the 21st century. The practice that he and Amanda Levete ran in London's swish Holland Park was called Future Systems, and it became famous for losing architectural competitions with building designs that ranged from gleaming amoebas to towering, ribbed condoms. Even so, they delivered two of Britain's most extrovert buildings, the periscopic Lord's Media Centre, and the glittering supersized basque known as Birmingham's Selfridges.