Felipe Massa

WATCH: Huge Crash For Raikkonen Halts British GP

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 06.07.2014 | UK Sport

Updated: 14:20, 6 July 2014: Grand Prix restarted The British Grand Prix was stopped for an hour after a huge crash involving Kimi Raikkonen on the...

LOOK: Felipe Massa Reaches Double Century Of GPs

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 06.07.2014 | UK Sport

Qualifying may have been a disaster for the Williams team on Saturday but for Felipe Massa race day at Silverstone marks a milestone - his 200th Formu...

Walking Away: Domenicali Resigns As Ferrari F1 Team Principal

The Huffington Post UK/PA | Posted 14.04.2014 | UK Sport

Stefano Domenicali has resigned as team principal of Ferrari after their poor start to the Formula One season. The Italian team have struggled to b...

What Did Patrick Head Think Of Williams Pre-Season Tests?

The Huffington Post UK | David Hobbs | Posted 07.03.2014 | UK Sport

"Uncomfortably well." That was Williams F1 co-founder Patrick Head's verdict of the pre-season test programme which ended last weekend with the tea...

Flawless Fernando Wins The Chinese Grand Prix

Nathan Houston | Posted 15.06.2013 | UK Sport
Nathan Houston

Fernando Alonso and Ferrari made up for a poor performance in Malaysia by storming to victory three weeks later in China. The race made up for a boring and ruined race caused by Sebastian Vettel and his ignorance, but it was by no means the best so far.

F1 2012 Season Review - Drivers Part Two

Tim Goodchild | Posted 06.03.2013 | UK Sport
Tim Goodchild

Continuing the countdown, with drivers in places 14th to 7th...

F1...It's a Silly Season!

Tim Goodchild | Posted 30.07.2012 | UK Sport
Tim Goodchild

Six races, six different winners and the most open championship for years. It's silly. But the 'F1 Silly Season' happens every year. The what?? Yes, a silly name but oh so accurate.

Sergio Perez v Felipe Massa: Will Ferrari Choose?

David Hobbs | Posted 30.05.2012 | UK Sport
David Hobbs

Two races down and the F1 World Championship is taking a three-week break before reconvening in Shanghai, so what stood out from Melbourne and Sepang?