Jenson Button on Wednesday refused to commit to McLaren for the beginning of the Honda era in 2015.
Kimi Raikkonen has admitted he is weighing up two offers to remain in formula one beyond 2013.
Toro Rosso's anticipated switch from Ferrari to Renault power for 2014 and beyond will be announced imminently, the German magazine Sport Bild reports.
McLaren is not looking to change its driver lineup, team boss Martin Whitmarsh said this week.
Toto Wolff says he trusts Pirelli to act fairly to all formula one teams.
Jules Bianchi thinks it is possible Marussia is on the verge of breaking into F1's midfield.
Ross Brawn has hinted that Mercedes has just appointed his successor.
World champion Sebastian Vettel has called on Pirelli to consider a fundamentally different approach to its role as F1 tyre supplier.
McLaren on Tuesday played down reports linking its new Honda engine deal with Paddy Lowe's early release to Mercedes.
Nico Hulkenberg has left open the possibility of a future tie-in with Ferrari.
Honda is looking for an English base for its new formula one foray with its great former partner McLaren.
Valencia is hoping to negotiate a new fee and then agree to annually alternate a spot on the formula one calendar with Spanish grand prix host Barcelona.
It was announced today that former McLaren Technical Director Paddy Lowe will join Mercedes on June 3rd.
Pirelli's planned changes to its controversial tyres for Canada and beyond are now under a dark cloud.
Bernie Ecclestone thinks German carmaker BMW might follow Honda back into formula one.
Gary Hartstein, F1's former doctor, claims his stance about the controversial Bahrain grand prix led to his departure.
F1's owners have voted to keep Bernie Ecclestone at the helm of the sport, despite reports German prosecutors have decided to charge him with bribery.
Toto Wolff has admitted Mercedes is disappointed with long time partner McLaren's move to link up with works Honda engines in 2015.
Paul di Resta has tipped Fernando Alonso to win this year's world championship.
Ferrari has joined Lotus in criticising Pirelli's mid-season tyre tweak.
Most formula one teams cannot afford to pay the prices quoted by engine manufacturers for next year's all-new turbo V6 engines.
McLaren has played down suggestions Honda will unfairly benefit from the great British team's continuing collaboration with Mercedes next year.
Niki Lauda has hailed Pirelli's move to alter the design of its 2013 tyres ahead of the Canadian grand prix next month and beyond.
It will be at least June before anything more is known about Bernie Ecclestone's bribery charges.
You know how it is; people say it's a sign of age when the policemen appear younger. In this business, it's the same with racing drivers. Time was when I looked up to them as my seniors; then we were the same age; then it suddenly dawned I was old enough to be their father. Now, worst of all, I'm older than some of their Dads.