- I'm not retiring yet - Ecclestone
- Vettel tops second India practice
- McLaren drivers bemoan poor pace
- Ferrari deny navy flag politics
- Grosjean thankful for Lotus faith
- Moves leave Di Resta disappointed
- VIDEO: Inside F1 from the Indian Grand Prix
- VIDEO: Vettel sets practice pace in India
- VIDEO: Vettel tops first practice in India
- VIDEO: McLaren duo on struggle with tyres
- Why Ferrari are struggling
- India F1 track fully 'dog proof'
Posted: 26 Oct 2012 11:11 AM PDT
Bernie Ecclestone says he has no plans to step down as F1 boss, suggesting he may continue for three more years.
Posted: 26 Oct 2012 03:13 AM PDT
Sebastian Vettel leads Mark Webber to a Red Bull one-two in second practice at the Indian Grand Prix.
Posted: 26 Oct 2012 05:57 AM PDT
McLaren's Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button admit they are struggling for pace at the Indian Grand Prix.
Posted: 26 Oct 2012 07:58 AM PDT
Ferrari deny displaying the flag of the Italian navy on their cars at the Indian GP is a political statement.
Posted: 26 Oct 2012 04:41 AM PDT
Romain Grosjean appreciates the faith Lotus have shown in him despite his first-corner incidents this season.
Posted: 26 Oct 2012 01:51 AM PDT
Paul Di Resta is convinced of his ability to drive for a top team despite missing out on a big-name move next season.
Posted: 26 Oct 2012 09:51 AM PDT
Lee McKenzie presents Inside F1 from India alongside Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn.
Posted: 26 Oct 2012 05:14 AM PDT
Sebastian Vettel dominates the second practice session for Sunday's Indian Grand Prix after setting the fastest lap at the Buddh International Circuit.
Posted: 26 Oct 2012 01:14 AM PDT
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel tops the first practice session for Sunday's Indian Grand Prix.
Posted: 26 Oct 2012 06:13 AM PDT
McLaren's Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton reveal the team are struggling to get their tyres up to temperature after free practice in India.
Posted: 26 Oct 2012 12:35 AM PDT
Ferrari's inability to keep pace with Red Bull on car development has deep roots, says Gary Anderson
Posted: 25 Oct 2012 09:52 PM PDT
Formula 1 organisers in India say that the state-of-the-art Buddh International Circuit is now completely "dog proof" ahead of this Sunday's race.
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