21 NOVEMBER 2017

2021 plan will not entice new engine makers says Abiteboul

Cyril Abiteboul doubts Liberty's proposed engine formula for 2021 will entice independent manufacturers onto the grid.

Grosjean happy to grow up with Haas

Romain Grosjean says he is happy at Haas.

Alonso can win Le Mans on debut says Gene

Former F1 driver Marc Gene thinks Fernando Alonso can win next year's Le Mans on debut.

Renault should be better in 2018 says Verstappen

Max Verstappen says he is not sure how competitive his Red Bull will be in 2018.

F1 to replace official logo

F1 looks set to change its official logo for 2018.

Doornbos happy to see Kubica back in F1?

Robert Kubica's return to F1 next year is now set in stone?

Hamilton unsure Vandoorne is future champion

Lewis Hamilton says he is not sure if Stoffel Vandoorne can become a world champion.

McLaren's Norris to make F2 debut in Abu Dhabi

Lando Norris will make his Formula 2 debut in Abu Dhabi this weekend.

Hartley not worried about Honda switch

Brendon Hartley says he is looking forward to switching from Renault to Honda power for 2018.

20 NOVEMBER 2017

Massa doubts Alonso will win 2018 title

Felipe Massa does not think his old Ferrari teammate Fernando Alonso will win the title next year.

Hamilton leaves Verstappen perplexed

Max Verstappen says Lewis Hamilton's off-track behaviour often leaves him "perplexed".

Renault wants to keep same engines in 2021

Renault cannot approve of Liberty Media's vision for the 2021 engine formula until other aspects of the future are also clear.

Gov't not involved in Dutch GP bid yet

Dutch sports minister Bruno Bruins says the government will "wait" before getting involved in a grand prix bid.

Hartley had 2018 contract for weeks

Brendon Hartley says he has known for "several weeks" that he will be driving for Toro Rosso next year.

Lauda, Wolff want Hamilton to stay

Mercedes has admitted it wants to keep Lewis Hamilton beyond 2018.

Wolff worried about Liberty's F1 vision

Toto Wolff has now joined Niki Lauda in saying he is worried about F1's future.

Alonso admits eyeing Le Mans future

Fernando Alonso says he is willing to talk about "the future" with regards to a potential Le Mans foray.

Mayor says Sao Paulo not losing grand prix

Sao Paulo mayor Joao Doria has dismissed as "speculation" reoprts Interlagos is set to lose the Brazilian grand prix.

17 NOVEMBER 2017

Lowe eyes faster car for Williams in 2018

Paddy Lowe says he is focused on making the Williams a "faster car" for 2018.

Hamilton happier today than a decade ago

Lewis Hamilton says he is so much happier today than he was at the beginning of his F1 career.

Stroll not listening to haters

Lance Stroll says he would give himself "8.5 out of 10" for his rookie season in F1.

McLaren open to Alonso's Le Mans foray

Zak Brown has given the strongest sign yet that Fernando Alonso will be allowed to contest next year's fabled Le Mans race.

Honda eyes talks over Liberty's 2021 engine plan

Honda thinks there is "room" to negotiate with F1's owners about the future of the engine regulations.

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Straight Talk - What an ugly divorce

By Luis Vasconcelos

When relationships between teams and engine manufacturers come to an end, it's not always easy for the two parties to see through their last few races together. Williams and BMW had a tense relationship at the best of times and struggled to keep things civilised at the end of 2005, and it's well know the relationship between McLaren and Honda has gone down the drain, but what is happening between Renault and Toro Rosso has descended into a new level.

Straight Talk - So close, yet so far

By Luis Vasconcelos

The contrast between Sebastian Vettel and all other members of the Ferrari team at the end of the Mexican Grand Prix was striking. Obviously everyone at the Scuderia was disappointed with the loss of the Drivers' Championship to Lewis Hamilton, but the German driver looked completely distraught.

Sideview Cartoon - Ferrari's Sepang Debrief

By Carlo Baffi

Ferrari's Sepang Debrief

Straight Talk - The pros and cons of having team orders

By Luis Vasconcelos

Team orders have been part of motor racing since the sport was born more than one century ago. In the aftermath of yesterday's Belgian Grand Prix there are two teams that are seriously considering imposing team orders from Monza until the end of the season, but for completely different reasons and with completely different purposes.

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