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  • Ferrari
  • Vergne joins Ferrari as test driver
  • December 20, 2014: Jean-Eric Vergne will join Ferrari as a test driver next year, handing him an F1 lifeline after he was cut adrift by Red Bull earlier this year

  • Sauber
  • Nasr picks 12 as race number
  • December 19, 2014: Felipe Nasr will race with No.12 when he makes his race debut next year as a Sauber driver

  • News
  • McLaren and Sauber pass crash tests
  • December 19, 2014: Both McLaren and Sauber have announced in recent weeks that their 2015 chassis have passed mandatory FIA crash tests

  • Driver of the Year
  • ESPN's Driver of the Year - Part One
  • December 18, 2014: In our Driver of the Year awards, we look past the quality of the car and focus on the performance in the cockpit to determine which 10 drivers impressed us most in 2014

  • McLaren
  • F1 must look after small teams - Dennis
  • December 18, 2014: McLaren team boss Ron Dennis has called on Formula One to look after its small teams but not by making 'knee-jerk' changes to the regulations

  • Ferrari
  • Hamashima latest engineer to leave Ferrari
  • December 17, 2014: Ferrari has confirmed yet another of its engineers will leave the team at the end of the year as tyre expert Hirohide Hamashima prepares to leave Maranello

  • Mercedes
  • Hamilton still questions Rosberg's Monaco error
  • December 16, 2014: Lewis Hamilton says Nico Rosberg took the in-house Mercedes title fight "to another level" by what he still perceives as a deliberate mistake in qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix

  • Red Bull
  • Ricciardo: No added pressure alongside Kvyat
  • December 16, 2014: Daniel Ricciardo says he is relishing the added responsibility and pressure of being Red Bull's elder statesman alongside Daniil Kvyat next season

  • Mercedes
  • Hamilton aiming for seven more years in F1
  • December 15, 2014: Lewis Hamilton is aiming for a minimum of seven more years in Formula One and says there is no limit on what he can achieve now he's a two-time world champion

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