30 SEPTEMBER 2016

Hamilton respects Rosberg more now says Wolff

Toto Wolff thinks world champion Lewis Hamilton respects Nico Rosberg more than ever in 2016.

Portugal eyes F1 return

Portugal could bid to return to the F1 calendar.

Vettel not yet impressed with 2017 tyres

Sebastian Vettel has admitted he is not yet overly impressed with Pirelli's new tyres for 2017.

Bottas says future looks positive

Valtteri Bottas is still not ready to confirm that he is staying at Williams in 2017.

Massa, Nasr worried over Brazil GP future

F1's two Brazilian drivers are worried amid speculation Interlagos could fall off the race calendar.

Alonso recommends Sainz for McLaren future

Fernando Alonso says Carlos Sainz would be a good McLaren-Honda driver for the future.

Haas waiting for driver silly season

Romain Grosjean says he feels so good about his future in F1 that he bought a house last week.

Verstappen made Ricciardo better driver

Red Bull's race drivers have admitted they are each pushing the other on in 2017.

Sauber needs reserve driver in 2017

Sauber has acknowledged it may need to appoint an official reserve driver for 2017.

Renault drivers still in dark over future

Renault's two drivers are still in the dark over whether they will drive for the French works team in 2017.

Hockenheim says no 2017 contract yet

Track boss Georg Seiler says Hockenheim does not yet have a contract to host the German grand prix in 2017.

Practice 2 Report - Edged out

Malaysian GP - Practice 2 Report
By Dan Knutson in Sepang

Friday Photos

Malaysian GP - Friday Photos

Friday Team Quotes

Malaysian GP - Friday Team Quotes

Friday Press Conference

Malaysian GP - Friday Press Conference

Practice 2 Results

Malaysian GP - Practice 2 Results

Practice 1 Report - Fire!

Malaysian GP - Practice 1 Report
By Dan Knutson in Sepang

Practice 1 Results

Malaysian GP - Practice 1 Results

29 SEPTEMBER 2016

Thursday Press Conference

Malaysian GP - Thursday Press Conference

Hulkenberg linked with Force India exit?

Nico Hulkenberg on Thursday reacted with surprise to rumours linking him with a surprise switch to Renault.

Mercedes can win team title in Malaysia

Mercedes could wrap up the constructors' world championship this weekend in Malaysia, with five clear races then to follow.

Ferrari disoriented after Allison exit says Stewart

Ferrari is "disoriented", F1 legend Sir Jackie Stewart has surmised.

F1 pundits eye Hamilton vs Rosberg title battle

Although Mercedes is on the cusp of wrapping up the constructors' title, the battle for the drivers' crown is still wide open.

Ericsson fit to race after bicycle crash

Marcus Ericsson is bruised and battered but fit to race in Malaysia this weekend.

Three provisional races on 2017 calendar

Three of the 21 grands prix scheduled for 2017 have been given only provisional status on the newly-published race calendar.

Berger doubts 2017 revolution right for F1

F1 legend Gerhard Berger has questioned whether the 2017 rules revolution is the right path for the sport.

Silly season firing for Sainz and Perez

The driver 'silly season' is still bubbling away in the F1 paddock.

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Straight Talk - Looking for new Grand Prix

By Luis Vasconcelos

Formula One is about to enter new territory with the acquisition by Liberty Media. We've all gathered a lot more effort will be put into digital and social media, as a way to broaden the exposure and attract a completely new generation of fans - something the old regime was not even trying to do as Bernie Ecclestone was quick to point out.

Straight Talk - McLaren's insurance policy

By Luis Vasconcelos

Ron Dennis, called McLaren's decision to keep Jenson Button on their books for another two years, an innovative three-driver strategy. Speaking to a lot of paddock old hands all I heard were people speaking about McLaren keeping Button as an insurance policy for an eventual departure by Fernando Alonso.

Sideview Cartoon - The genie of Maranello

By Carlo Baffi

The genie of Maranello

Straight Talk - Williams at a crossroad

By Luis Vasconcelos

There is no hiding the 2016 season has been disappointing for Williams. After two years during which Sir Frank's team punched above its weight, finishing third in the both in 2014 and 2015, the Grove-based team has not only dropped clearly behind Red Bull and Ferrari, but also started to fall into the clutches of Force India and, more recently, Toro Rosso and McLaren-Honda.

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