Ferrari released findings of a survey they conducted, ahead of this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix, which shows that most fans are unhappy with the new rules.
Formula One heads to its second race of the season this weekend in Malaysia with the reigning champion team threatening to withdraw from the sport, the result of the first race still under protest, and race promoters in revolt over the sound of the cars.
Formula One enters a new and unpredictable era at Sunday's Australian Grand Prix after a change in engines and a limit on fuel left many drivers wondering whether they will reach the finish.
The 2014 Formula One season starts Friday with the first practice session of the Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park, Melbourne. New rule changes have meant that the F1 pecking order that was established over the last few years could change completely. Red Bull might be four-time defending champions in both the Drivers and Constructors' Championships, but that trend could well change this year. Here are NDTV's Top-5 teams to look out for this season.
Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel has been in sublime form and has won the F1 championship for four years on the trott. Will 2014 bring a wave of change?
A ruthless competitor, Michael Schumacher won an unprecedented 91 races, seven world titles including five in a row with Ferrari from 2000 to 2004. But despite his unrivalled record on the track the German remains a figure of controversy because of his win-at-all-costs attitude.
After years of racing in the high risk world of Formula One and winning a record seven world titles, Michael Schumacher's skiing accident suggests that perhaps retirement has not dulled his relish of dangerous pursuits.
As German driver wraps up another successful F1 season with a win at the Brazilian GP on Sunday, mid day deconstructs the 26-year-old's dominance en route his fourth world title.
What is the difference between Sebastian Vettel and Ryan Giggs and Sachin Tendulkar? While two are considered legends, while one is struggling to gain universal acclaim.
There are still a minimum of two races left for India to host as per the current Formula One contract. However, as things stand right now, the drivers and the fans won't get a chance to buckle their seatbelts at the Buddh International Circuit at least till 2015.
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