Formula 1, A1 GP - nobody gets you closer.
Updated: 51 weeks 3 days ago
It isn't only his own team that concerns Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo, as he shares his view on the future of F1, the FIA presidency and that 'secret' Mercedes test.
As speculation, much of it wild, over Fernando Alonso's future with Ferrari continues, Luca di Montezemolo has turned to the Italian media to clarify the situation, whilst sending out a clear warning to his team.
In anticipation of the new engine formula for 2014, which still has fans divided, Mercedes has issued a simulation of its 2014 power unit completing a lap of the legendary Autodromo Nazionale Monza, the fastest circuit on the F1 calendar.
Disagreement between factions involved in the Russian Grand Prix, due to take place at Sochi in October next year, have cast doubt on the race.
As F1 heads into the summer break, Cyril Abiteboul, Caterham's team principal, reflects on the year so far and what is to come for the second half of the season for the Leafield based team.
Former Williams F1 chairman Adam Parr has put the brakes on his attempt to raise £9,000 through crowd funding website Kickstarter to finance a second edition of his book The Art of War.
As the dearth of real news during the summer hiatus leads to ever sillier stories, how about something utterly ludicrous but ultimately based on fact.
Further to earlier reports, it has now been officially confirmed that India will be dropped from the F1 calendar for one year in 2014.
Dr. Mohammed Ben Sulayem has been appointed by the FIA to chair a new task force charged with the responsibility to build a ten-year plan for the sport's global development. It will be the first such plan in the 109-year history of the FIA.
All is not well at Ferrari as Luca di Montezemolo takes issue with negative comments made by Fernando Alonso.
A welcome return to the post-race podcast, Pitpass editor Chris Balfe re-joins Glen Crompton and Mat Coch to discuss the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Ferrari has officially confirmed that former Lotus (and Renault) Technical Director, James Allison is to join the Maranello outfit.
India looks likely to be dropped from the 2014 calendar, possibly to return in early 2015.
Organisers of the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey have run out of time according to Niki Lauda, one of Bernie Ecclestone's closest confidantes.
Just as F1 heads off on its holidays, it is revealed that Fernando Alonso is on Red Bull's shopping list. Hmmm.
Pirelli has announced the compounds that will be taken to the next three grands prix in Great Britain, Germany and Hungary, as previously reported the tyre construction will remain unchanged.
The proposed Grand Prix of America in New Jersey continues to pose more questions than it answers.
A 2012 Force India VJM05 has been taken to pieces in order to provide fans the opportunity to own some unique F1 memorabilia at an affordable price.
Despite the positive talk coming out of New Jersey, with claims that the Grand Prix of America is "still on" for June 2014, a Pitpass reader isn't so sure.
A combination of Sebastian Vettel's continued dominance and the lack of a British challenge appears to be hitting British Grand Prix ticket sales.