15 DECEMBER 2017

Grid girls must stay in F1 says Verstappen

F1 drivers hope 'grid girls' remain a part of formula one in the future.

20 new staff to join Sauber for 2018

With its newly signed title sponsor Alfa Romeo, Sauber is already ramping up its bid to end its backmarker status.

Toro Rosso working to fit Honda engine

Toro Rosso is working hard to fit the Honda power unit into its 2018 car.

Giovinazzi not giving up after Sauber snub

Antonio Giovinazzi says he is keeping his chin up despite missing out on the Sauber seat for 2018.

Kubica still fighting for Williams seat says father

Robert Kubica's father says the Pole is still in the running to be named Williams' second driver for 2018.

Top F1 teams too reliable says Todt

Jean Todt thinks the level of car reliability in formula one is too high.

14 DECEMBER 2017

Hamilton tips Alonso to be in 2018 fight

Lewis Hamilton has tipped Fernando Alonso to join the fight for the world championship in 2018.

Haas puts team expansion plans on hold

The American team Haas says it has put on hold any plans to expand.

Michelin not interested in 2021 return

Michelin appears uninterested in returning to F1 even after 2020.

Ricciardo determined to improve in 2018

Daniel Ricciardo says he is determined to improve in 2018.

Arrivabene envies Mercedes winning mentality

The difference between Mercedes and Ferrari is the winning habit.

Wehrlein's F1 exit a shame says Wolff

Toto Wolff says it's a shame Pascal Wehrlein looks to have been left without a seat in F1.

13 DECEMBER 2017

Williams to announce second driver on Friday

Williams will finally reveal the identity of Lance Stroll's 2018 teammate on Friday.

Hamilton not targeting Alonso's triple crown

Lewis Hamilton says he does not want to emulate Fernando Alonso in targeting motor racing's unique 'triple crown'.

Reliability first goal for 2018 says Abiteboul

Cyril Abiteboul says Renault's first priority for 2018 is reliability.

F1 must attract a new generation says Carey

Chase Carey has admitted Liberty Media has a task to win over long-time F1 fans.

No desire to fix Rosberg friendship says Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton says he has no desire to fix his relationship with his former teammate Nico Rosberg.

12 DECEMBER 2017

Sirotkin manager says Williams decision close

Robert Kubica has reportedly dropped out of the race to complete Williams' 2018 driver lineup.

Gasly hopes Honda good enough for points

Pierre Gasly says he is hoping Honda's 2018 engine is good enough for Toro Rosso to score regular points.

Trust explains unopposed FIA re-election says Todt

Jean Todt says being appointed as FIA president for a third consecutive term was the result of having acquired a position of "trust".

Vettel takes blame for unnecessary Baku

Sebastian Vettel has admitted Baku was "the worst moment" in his failed 2017 championship challenge.

Mercedes snaps up Ferrari engine boss

Former Ferrari engine boss Lorenzo Sassi is heading to arch F1 rival Mercedes.

Wolff denies Mercedes eyeing Ocon for 2019

Toto Wolff has played down claims Mercedes is already eyeing Valtteri Bottas' 2019 replacement.

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Lotus 18: The autobiography of Stirling Moss's '912'

Lotus 18: The autobiography of Stirling Moss's '912'

by Ian Wagstaff (Author) - This is the full biography of Stirling Moss' Lotus 18, chassis number 912. It is the car that drove him to two famous Grand Prix victories, first in Monaco and later at the Nurburgring.

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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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