F1 Headlines You Won’t See In 2015

Date published: December 30 2014

Turn to the PlanetF1 news pages and you can predict a lot of the headlines. Things like “Ferrari Push To End Engine Freeze” or “Bernie Says Teams Must Cut Costs” are typical. Here are some that you won’t be seeing in the coming year…

Bernie Reaches 2 Million Twitter Followers
– F1 chief “in love with” social media

Horner Berates Ecclestone Proposal
– Red Bull boss at loggerheads with F1 chief again (and refuses to clean shoes)

Ferrari Happy To Wait Till 2016
– boss Sergio Marchionne says he’s relaxed about winning next season

Susie Wolff Secures 2nd Pole In A Row
– “it’s a dream come true” says Caterham-Mercedes driver

Murray Walker Retires
– “People have had enough of my geriatric reminiscences” admits Muzza

Max Mosley: “Todt Is Brilliant FIA Chief”
– if you compare him to Sepp Blatter

Verstappen: My Dad’s My Inspiration
– especially his fights

New Jersey GP Confirmed For 2016
– US race will join India, South Africa, Korea and Azerbaijan in 25-race season

Newey Unveils Future Projects
– Red Bull NASCAR entry is already well-advanced

Marussia Back in Business After CVC U-turn
– F1’s commercial owners want to bolster the sport not shaft it

David Coulthard Shuns Tight Trousers
– BBC broadcaster to wear baggy shorts from now on

Hamilton Gifts Win To Rosberg
– Lewis says he wants to give team-mate a head start

Horner: It’s Not Renault’s Fault

Marku: Maybe Verstappen Is Too Young

Monaco GP To Make Overtaking Efforts
– After long-standing criticism race organisers to invest and make track more overtaking friendly

CVC Adopt Google’s Mission Statement
F1 commercial rights holder take up – “Don’t be evil”- but drop the ‘don’t’

Honda Happy To Wait Till 2016
– boss Ron Dennis says he’s relaxed about winning next season