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Sauber announces driver line up with Marcus Ericson retaining his seat alongside Charles Leclerc

Sauber has announced that they have retained Marcus Ericsson to drive alongside Ferrari academy driver and Formula Two champion Charles Leclerc next season. At an event in Malian, it was reviled that the Swede needed to fight for the seat after the Swiss team signed a technical partnership with Ferrari and

Alfa Romeo become title sponsor of Sauber as part of expansive new deal between Sauber and Ferrari

Sauber has announced they have reached a multiyear technical and commercial deal with the Italian manufacturer Alfa Romeo from 2018. Alfa who are part of the same group as Ferrari will be the team's title sponsor from next season. However, Ferrari will continue to supply the Swiss team's power units badged

Massa announces retirement insisting that he will not return

Felipe Massa has confirmed he is retiring from Formula One at the end of the season. The Brazilian original intended to retire at the end of last season, but came out of retirement to replace then teammate Valtteri Bottas who moved to Mercedes. Massa had said he wanted to continue in

Former McLaren engine supplier and racing driver John Nicholson dies aged seventy-five

John Nicholson who made one Grand Prix start but won two championships as an engine builder has died aged seventy-five. The new Zealander was best known for founding Nicholson-McLaren engines, a premier suppliers of Cosworth DFVs. The engine powered both Emerson Fittipaldi in 1974 and James Hunt in 1976 to their

McLaren switches to Renault power for 2018, as they spilt with Honda

McLaren has announced they will be splitting with engine supplier Honda at the end of the season. The news has been rumoured for weeks with the British team switching to Renault power. The news sees the end of one of the most famous partnerships in the history of formula one. When

Formula One grants awarded to organisation linked to the Syrian government

An investigation by ITV News has uncovered that Formula One profits are being handed to the Syrian government. Over the last the past three years, the sports governing body the FIA has handed the Syria\n Automobile Club. The FIA has one hundred and forty-three motoring and motorsport clubs across 143 countries.

HUNGARIAN GP – Di Resta replaces Massa for the rest of the weekend

Paul di Resta will return to Formula One this weekend for the Hungarian Grand Prix, with Williams after Felipe Massa withdrew half way through third practice. The Brazilian left unwell following practice on Friday and was taken to the medical centre after feeling sick and, after examination at the track's medical

Sauber to switch to Honda power from next season

Sauber has announced that they will switch to Honda power from next season, becoming the Japanese manufacturer's second team. The move comes against the difficult start to the season, with poor reliability and a lack of performance. Honda is the only manufacturer currently which only supplies a single team, McLaren. The

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