German car manufacturer Mercedes completed a takeover of the rebranded Brawn GP Formula One team on Monday, after its parent company Deimler acquired all remaining shares from team principal Ross Brawn and his management partners.
Seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher made an impressive return to Formula One in the first day of official testing for 2010 in Spain on Monday -- but was upstaged by another driver making his comeback, Ferrari's Felipe Massa.
Mercedes-Benz will head up their own Formula One team next season after the German car manufacturer confirmed they have taken a 75.1 percent share in Brawn GP -- with Ross Brawn remaining as team principal.
The waiting is finally over for Jenson Button. Ten seasons and 171 races after the 20-year-old rookie made his F1 debut for the Williams team back in 2000, the Briton has finally called time on his critics -- of which there have been many -- to clinch his maiden world title.
Former Ferrari technical guru Ross Brawn, whose Brawn GP cars are setting the pace in this year's Formula One championship, is warning that the sport will suffer if his old team carries carries out their threat to quit next season.
It is 9:30 am at the Sepang International Circuit in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and already it's intensely hot. We're here to interview Japanese driver Kazuki Nakajima for Talk Asia, but we also get an insight into the intriguing world of Formula 1.
Rubens Barrichello has been reassured by Brawn GP that there is no hidden agenda to give priority to world championship leader Jenson Button as the team bids to extend its flying start to the Formula One season.
World champion Lewis Hamilton says he will be struggling to even score a point in the opening grand prix of the season in Australia as the established order of Formula One looks set to be turned on its head this weekend.
Last year's constructors' championship had a twist in its tail, with McLaren thrown out for spying on Ferrari -- who again claimed the crown. BMW Sauber were promoted to second and, after making steady gains in the winter, fancy their chances of another top finish. It should be a tight battle at the top.
Felipe Massa seized pole in front of his home fans as Ferrari team-mate Michael Schumacher could only finish 10th in qualifying for the last F1 race of his career, the title-deciding Brazilian Grand Prix.