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Motorsport's governing body has approved the return of Marussia in Formula One this season.
McLaren driver Fernando Alonso left the hospital Wednesday following a crash in Formula One testing as the sport's governing body FIA launched an investigation into the accident.
McLaren says Fernando Alonso is making a "solid recovery" after being concussed following a crash in Formula One testing but is staying in the hospital for further observation.
Fernando Alonso crashed his McLaren and was taken to the hospital during Formula One preseason testing on Sunday.
Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton had to cut short preseason testing on Thursday after feeling "unwell," according to Mercedes.
Ron Dennis says smaller teams need financial self-discipline rather than a cost cap to ensure they remain in Formula One
Ferrari has released an image of an F1 concept car in an attempt to fuel debate about the future of the sport
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The Formula One team formerly known as Marussia has suffered a setback to its hopes of entering this year's championship, after the F1 Strategy Group said its application "lacked substance" and was "speculative."
Red Bull and Williams have launched the Formula One cars they hope will be able to better compete with Mercedes when the new season starts in six weeks' time.
After a year to forget, Ferrari unveiled the Formula One car it hopes will help drivers Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen get the Italian team back to winning ways.
Energized by a restructured driver lineup and a renewed relationship with Honda, McLaren showed off its new Formula One car that the English team expects will restore its fortunes.
Williams and Force India became the first Formula One teams to take the covers off their cars for 2015, revealing Wednesday the most significant design change from last season: a new front.
The racing world continues to awaken from its offseason slumber this weekend as the Rolex 24 at Daytona roars to life.
Formula One team McLaren and CNN International announced a multi-year partnership deal on Tuesday.
Five Formula One races will start an hour earlier this year for safety reasons in the wake of Jules Bianchi's crash at the Japanese GP last year.