18 OCTOBER 2017

Mercedes could change car concept for 2018

Mercedes could be set to change direction completely with the concept of its 2018 car.

McLaren could announce Alonso deal on Thursday

McLaren could be mere hours away from announcing that Fernando Alonso is staying with the British team in 2018.

Hamilton must keep focus to win title says Rosberg

Lewis Hamilton should keep his composure to secure victory in this year's world championship.

Paddy Lowe not commenting on Kubica test

Paddy Lowe is remaining quiet about Robert Kubica's chances of joining Williams in 2018.

F1 engine expert joins Red Bull sponsor Aston Martin

Aston Martin appears to have taken another step closer to formula one.

Gasly thinks Honda relationship will help in 2018

Pierre Gasly thinks his experience in working with Honda will help him in formula one next year.

Mick Schumacher to stay for second F3 season

Mick Schumacher will stay for another season in European F3 next year.

17 OCTOBER 2017

Kvyat's F1 return could be one-off?

Daniil Kvyat's F1 return this weekend could be fleeting.

Honda relationship difficult with Alonso

Yusuke Hasegawa admits some of his colleagues at Honda did not appreciate Fernando Alonso's forthright criticism.

Sponsor to switch F1 teams with Sainz

A sponsor looks set to follow Carlos Sainz from Toro Rosso to Renault.

McLaren Indycar team years away says Brown

Years will pass before McLaren fields a team in the full Indycar season.

16 OCTOBER 2017

Bottas must believe he can catch up says Coulthard

Former F1 driver David Coulthard has urged Valtteri Bottas to "work hard" to get back on terms with his teammate.

McLaren needs time to catch Red Bull says Boullier

McLaren will need some time to catch up with the top Renault-powered team in F1.

Liberty don't want me at races says Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone says Liberty Media is not making him welcome at grands prix.

Mayor says Pirelli wants to buy Interlagos

Pirelli could be looking to buy the Brazilian grand prix venue at Interlagos.

Schumacher family should tell truth says Weber

Michael Schumacher's former manager thinks the family of the F1 legend should come clean with his millions of fans.

Hamilton-Vettel duel to resume in 2018 says Berger

Gerhard Berger is predicting a "big battle" between Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel for the 2018 championship.

13 OCTOBER 2017

Hulkenberg expects new teammate Sainz to be fast

Nico Hulkenberg says he expects his new Renault teammate to be "fast".

Mentor tips Hartley to accept Toro Rosso seat

New Zealander Brendon Hartley is expected to be drafted into Toro Rosso's lineup for a one-off appearance next weekend in Austin.

Alonso says still no decision over F1 future

The F1 world is still waiting to hear if Fernando Alonso will still be on the grid in 2018.

Vettel can still win 2017 title says Susie Wolff

Susie Wolff thinks the race for the world championship is still "open".

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