Formula 1's Latest Rumours and Talk: Indian Grand Prix, Williams Livery and More
The Indian Grand Prix's future is in doubt after Bernie Ecclestone revealed the race will not feature on the 2015 calendar. The root cause is that the Indian government have, thus far, taken the facepalm side in that silly old debate—whether or not Formula One is a sport.
That needs to change for the race to return.
Elsewhere, Williams unveiled their beautiful new Martini Racing livery and a change of colour scheme could be on the cards for McLaren as well.
Here's the week's round-up.
Martini Racing is a name with a long history in F1 stretching back to 1972. At various points the brand has adorned Tecno, Brabham, Alfa Romeo and Lotus cars.
Elsewhere in the motorsport world, the famous white with blue and red stripes has been seen on sports, rally and touring cars.
After such a promising preseason, the new partnership represents another step forward for Williams after enduring one of their worst years in 2013.
But the car may look different at a few races. Bahrain and Abu Dhabi, for example, generally don't allow alcohol advertising. Maybe they'll be allowed to keep the stripes.