The FIA decided against taking any action over Sebastian Vettel’s curse-laden radio rant in Mexico, but does that send out a bad message of its own?
The Formula 1 world champion says his behaviour in Thursday's FIA drivers' press conference was "meant to be fun, not at all disrespectful."
Next July, Formula E will achieve something that so many have tried to accomplish yet failed: holding an international motor race in New York City.
The first-ever Formula E race in New York City will take place with Lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty as its dramatic backdrop next July.
Former world champion Jacques Villeneuve claims the lack of action over Max Verstappen's aggressive driving suggests the Dutchman is getting "protection" from the FIA.
"My dad is rich. I can't deny that," says FIA European Formula 3 Championship leader Lance Stroll. "All I can do is go out and do the best I can. I have won, and I am winning."
Mercedes' plans to appeal Nico Rosberg's ten-second time penalty at the British Grand Prix mark a test case in Formula 1's ongoing controversy over team radio communication.
The family of Jules Bianchi, who died from injuries sustained at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix, are planning legal action.