2014 world champion Lewis Hamilton wants to keep his personal race number 44 next year rather than switch to number 1.
Even Ron Dennis is now beginning to hint that Fernando Alonso is set to return to McLaren.
Qatar, the small Arab country, looks set to break F1's record for the highest-paying grand prix host.
Daniel Ricciardo, the new de-facto number 1 at Red Bull, says he can understand why Sebastian Vettel is heading to Ferrari.
Carlos Sainz jr says he hopes Toro Rosso will shortly announce his 2015 debut.
The German broadcaster RTL has blamed formula one for declining television ratings in 2015.
Ferrari on Monday confirmed reports team boss Marco Mattiacci is being replaced after just seven months in the job.
Lewis Hamilton is the man who won the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and his second world championship. He did it in style, grabbing the lead from title rival and Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg at the start, leading most of the way, and winning his 11th race of the season.
Fernando Alonso completed his Ferrari career on Sunday still refusing to confirm widespread speculation his next move is to McLaren-Honda.
Rival F1 team Force India has blasted outgoing world champions Red Bull as the "cheats" of the sport.
With Lewis Hamilton now a double world champion, Mercedes has vowed to waste no time in signing him up for the future.
Marco Mattiacci has done little to reject rumours he is set to depart as Ferrari's team boss.
As their fierce rivalry this year came to its zenith on Sunday, Nico Rosberg was notably gracious in defeat.
Carlos Sainz jr could be unveiled within days as Toro Rosso's new driver for 2015.
Michael Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm says it is "not possible" to talk about how long it will take the F1 legend to recover.
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Red Bull cried foul on Saturday after its cars were disqualified from qualifying in Abu Dhabi.
Jean-Eric Vergne appears to have missed out on a Toro Rosso seat for 2015.
Nico Rosberg has been busily playing the psychological game this weekend as he clings to his world championship chances.
Sebastian Vettel has hit out at Red Bull for blocking him from making his Ferrari test debut next week.
A new name "might" have leapt into contention to become Fernando Alonso's teammate at McLaren-Honda next year.
Bernie Ecclestone on Saturday said he is prepared to "tear up" contracts and start again, as the sport's civil war appeared to ease slightly in Abu Dhabi.
Fernando Alonso has lashed back at Marco Mattiacci for questioning his commitment and motivation.
The latest names linked with Ferrari are Ross Brawn and Valtteri Bottas.
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