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19 JANUARY 2018

BIG PRESSURE ON MCLAREN IN 2018 SAYS VANDOORNE

Stoffel Vandoorne says McLaren is under "big pressure" to perform in 2018.

18 JANUARY 2018

SIROTKIN STRONGER THAN KUBICA?

Sergey Sirotkin's father says the young Russian secured the Williams seat because he was "stronger" than Robert Kubica.

KUBICA'S RACE DREAM STILL ALIVE SAYS ROSBERG

Nico Rosberg insists Robert Kubica's dream of returning to the formula one grid remains alive.

MONTREAL PROMOTER OPPOSES FRIDAY AXE PLANS

A race promoter says he is basically happy with Liberty Media's new approach as the sport gets together in London this week.

FORMER DRIVER DEFENDS KVYAT'S NEW ROLE

Russia's first F1 test driver has backed Daniil Kvyat as he is snapped up by Ferrari for 2018.

BOULLIER NOT WORRIED ABOUT RENAULT RELIABILITY

Team boss Eric Boullier says he is not worried about engine reliability for 2018.

TORO ROSSO HOLDING JAPANESE CULTURE LESSONS FOR STAFF

Toro Rosso is looking to avoid some of the pitfalls of the ill-fated McLaren-Honda partnership.

HAAS-MASERATI DEAL WOULD BE GOOD SAYS MARCHIONNE

Sergio Marchionne has repeated his hint that a deal between Haas and Maserati could be on the cards.

17 JANUARY 2018

2018 FERRARI COULD BE MONSTER SAYS MARCHIONNE

Sergio Marchionne thinks it's possible Ferrari has put together a "monster" of a formula one car for 2018.

SIROTKIN, STROLL IS HUNGRY DRIVER LINEUP SAYS SALO...

Williams has put together a "hungry" driver lineup for the 2018 season.

16 JANUARY 2018

WILLIAMS CONFIRM SIROTKIN FOR 2018

The Williams-Mercedes Formula One team have signed 22-year-old Sergey Sirotkin to drive alongside Lance Stroll for the 2018 season.

KUBICA IN WILLIAMS RESERVE ROLE

Williams has announced that Robert Kubica will fill the role of reserve and development driver for 2018, and will take part in a number of practice sessions, as well as pre-season and in-season testing.

PIRELLI DEFENDS EXPANSION TO SEVEN TYRE TYPES

Pirelli has defended its decision to expand its range of tyre compounds for 2018.

2018 ENGINE RULE CHANGE CRAZY SAYS MERCEDES

Andy Cowell has described as "crazy" the new engine rules for 2018.

KUBICA DESERVES A CHANCE SAYS ISOLA

Robert Kubica needs more time to re-adjust to modern formula one.

F1 STILL PRIORITY DESPITE FORMULA E TEST SAYS GIOVINAZZI

Antonio Giovinazzi insists formula one remains his "priority".

MARCHIONNE DENIES EYEING FERRARI BUY-IN

Sergio Marchionne has denied that he has plans to buy into Ferrari after stepping down as Fiat president.

15 JANUARY 2018

TRADEMARK TROUBLE OVER F1'S NEW LOGO

F1 is heading for trademark trouble after launching its new official logo.

FIREWORKS EXPECTED AT F1 MEETING

An F1 team boss is expecting "fireworks" at a forthcoming meeting.

BOTTAS EXPECTS 2018 CAR TO SUIT HIM BETTER

Valtteri Bottas says he expects this year's Mercedes car to suit him better.

NO PLACE AT FERRARI FOR LAUDA SAYS MARCHIONNE

Sergio Marchionne says there is no place at the Italian team for former Ferrari champion Niki Lauda.

SAUBER TO BECOME ALFA ROMEO WORKS TEAM SAYS VASSEUR

Sauber could eventually become a full works Alfa Romeo team.

AMERICAN DRIVERS SLAM HAAS BOSS COMMENTS

Well-known American drivers have hit back at Haas team boss Gunther Steiner.

BRIATORE TIPS RETURN TO PODIUM FOR ALONSO

Flavio Briatore said he hopes Fernando Alonso can "return to the podium" in 2018.

13 JANUARY 2018

KUBICA TO BE WILLIAMS RESERVE DRIVER?

Williams could be set to announce a reserve driver role for Robert Kubica in 2018.

12 JANUARY 2018

MERCEDES TO KEEP SUPPORTING OUSTED WEHRLEIN

Mercedes will continue to support Pascal Wehrlein, even though there is no place for the ousted Sauber driver on the 2018 grid.

SAUBER HAS NEW PROJECT FOR 2018 SAYS VASSEUR

Frederic Vasseur thinks 2018 will be a more competitive year for Sauber.

11 JANUARY 2018

KVYAT TO WORK IN FERRARI SIMULATOR

Daniil Kvyat's new job in formula one will see him work mainly in the Ferrari driver simulator.

RED BULL PLAYS DOWN TRICK STEERING BAN

Red Bull has played down the impact of a new FIA technical directive.

JOURNALIST DEFENDS KUBICA AXE REPORTS

A journalist has defended his claim that Williams has definitely decided to sign Sergey Sirotkin instead of Robert Kubica for 2018.

QUADRUPLE CHAMPIONS TARGET FANGIO'S FIVE

The sport's two quadruple world champions admit equalling F1 legend Juan Manuel Fangio's five titles would be a special achievement.

BOTTAS TRAINING HARD TO BE BETTER DRIVER

Valtteri Bottas says he is working hard to be a better driver in 2018.

COPENHAGEN COULD HOST F1 RACE IN 2020 SAYS CAREY

Chase Carey has given Copenhagen the thumbs-up as a potential grand prix venue of the future.

RICCIARDO WOULD COPE WITH VERSTAPPEN TENSION

Daniel Ricciardo says he would "happily" deal with some more internal tension with Red Bull teammate Max Verstappen.

MONEY NOT ENOUGH FOR F1 ROOKIES SAYS TODT

A well-known driver manager and team chief says F1 is working to ensure only credible drivers make it to the grid.

F1 TO REFORM RATHER THAN AXE GRID GIRLS

F1's marketing chief says the sport is considering reforming rather than axing its traditional 'grid girls'.

10 JANUARY 2018

GELAEL STAYING WITH TORO ROSSO IN 2018

Sean Gelael says he will continue his role with Toro Rosso this year.

MAGNUSSEN NOT CRUCIAL TO DENMARK F1 BID

Kevin Magnussen's continuing presence in F1 will help a bid to secure a place on the annual race calendar for Denmark, race officials have admitted.

SPONSOR ISSUES NO COMMENT TO SIROTKIN REPORTS

A man close to the negotiations has issued a firm "no comment" on whether Williams' 2018 driver lineup is now complete.

SCHUMACHER KART CIRCUIT TO CLOSE

Michael Schumacher's famous kart circuit in Kerpen looks set to close.

9 JANUARY 2018

BRITAIN COULD LOSE GRAND PRIX SAYS WARWICK

Former F1 driver Derek Warwick says it is possible the sport will lose its historic British grand prix.

ALONSO'S SPORTS CAR DISTRACTION A MISTAKE SAYS WEBBER

Fernando Alonso is making "a mistake" by trying to combine F1 with endurance sports cars.

RAIKKONEN TARGETS TITLE WITH NEW ENGINEER

Kimi Raikkonen will bid for a better season in 2018 with a different race engineer.

NORRIS WANTS TO LEARN FROM AND BEAT ALONSO IN DAYTONA

New McLaren reserve Lando Norris says Daytona is the perfect opportunity to start learning from Fernando Alonso.

8 JANUARY 2018

VILLENEUVE ONLY SEES THE NEGATIVE SAYS STROLL

Lance Stroll has hit back at Jacques Villeneuve, saying the former Williams driver is "always negative".

GROSJEAN TIPS VERY STRONG MCLAREN IN 2018

Romain Grosjean has tipped McLaren to have a strong year in formula one after dumping Honda power.

7 JANUARY 2018

ALONSO SAYS THIRD TITLE IS FIRST PRIORITY

Fernando Alonso may have more plans to race outside of F1, but he insists that his role with McLaren-Renault remains his main focus.

ALFA ROMEO NOT TAKING OVER SAUBER

Team founder Peter Sauber says he does not think the Hinwil based team will become known as 'Alfa Romeo'.

6 JANUARY 2018

HARTLEY TO FOCUS ONLY ON F1 IN 2018

Brendon Hartley says he will concentrate exclusively on formula one this year.

VERSTAPPEN WANTS TO KEEP RICCIARDO AS TEAMMATE

Max Verstappen says he would like to keep Daniel Ricciardo as his teammate in F1.

SPONSORS PUSHING FOR FORCE INDIA NAME CHANGE

Otmar Szafnauer admits Force India is under pressure to change its name.

5 JANUARY 2018

ALONSO 'VERY BAD POLITICALLY' SAYS PIQUET

Former F1 driver Nelson Piquet says Fernando Alonso is to blame for his lack of success over the past decade.

4 JANUARY 2018

ECCLESTONE NO LONGER ATTENDING RACES

Bernie Ecclestone says he may no longer attend grands prix.

BRIATORE SORRY KUBICA COMEBACK FAILED

Flavio Briatore says it's a shame Robert Kubica will not make a sensational return to formula one in 2018.

MEDIA STILL HUNGRY FOR SCHUMACHER NEWS

The media has not given up the quest to learn more about the current condition of F1 legend Michael Schumacher.

WOLFF WINTER LESS STRESSFUL THAN 2017

Toto Wolff says he has enjoyed a more relaxing winter compared to a year ago.

3 JANUARY 2018

MERCEDES GETTING CLOSE TO 1000HP?

Mercedes is just 50 horse power shy of the landmark 1000hp breakthrough with its current F1 'power unit'.

BOTTAS ONLY NUMBER 2 DRIVER SAYS VILLENEUVE

Valtteri Bottas is a "solid number 2" for world champion Lewis Hamilton.

HAMILTON COOL ON VENUE FOR FRENCH GP RETURN

Lewis Hamilton thinks a better venue could have been selected for this year's return of the French grand prix.

MICK SCHUMACHER STAYING IN F3

Mick Schumacher is set to remain in European F3 for a second season this year.

COPENHAGEN, NURBURGRING EYE F1 RACE DEALS

Plans for a grand prix in Copenhagen are speeding ahead.

WOLFF EXPECTS HAMILTON TO STAY AT MERCEDES

Toto Wolff is sure Lewis Hamilton will race on with Mercedes.

WILLIAMS SET TO ANNOUNCE SIROTKIN DEAL

Williams looks set to announce a two-year contract with Sergey Sirotkin.

LESS OVERTAKING DUE TO TEAMS, NOT CARS SAYS WHITING

Charlie Whiting has defended F1's regulations, declaring that the biggest issue for the sport is in fact the competitiveness of the midfield teams.

22 DECEMBER 2017

VERSTAPPEN READY TO BEAT HAMILTON

Max Verstappen developed as both a person and a driver in 2017.

NO DAYTONA OR LE MANS FOR MAGNUSSEN IN 2018

Kevin Magnussen will contest neither the Daytona or Le Mans sports car races next year.

21 DECEMBER 2017

RED BULL PAID TOO MUCH FOR NEW VERSTAPPEN DEAL SAYS LAUDA

Niki Lauda says Mercedes never negotiated with Max Verstappen this year.

TEAM BOSSES DEFEND F1 GRID GIRLS

Team bosses have now come out to defend the concept of 'grid girls' in formula one.

F1 TO ORGANISE LIVE 2018 EVENT IN MARSEILLE

F1 looks set to organise another major street event in 2018.

BOTTAS DECISION RIGHT FOR MERCEDES SAYS LAUDA

F1 legend Niki Lauda says Valtteri Bottas has done a good job since replacing Nico Rosberg at Mercedes.

RED BULL CHANGES CAR LAUNCH PHILOSOPHY FOR 2018

Red Bull has tweaked its plans so that it is ready to start winning straight away in 2018.

ROSBERG YET TO EXTEND MERCEDES AMBASSADOR ROLE

Nico Rosberg says he is yet to sign a new deal to be an ambassador for Mercedes in 2018.

20 DECEMBER 2017

ASSEN TACKLES ZANDVOORT FOR DUTCH GP

The Assen circuit has emerged as a viable alternative host for a future return of the Dutch grand prix.

F1 BOSS ROSS BRAWN BEHAVES LIKE MOSES SAYS MARCHIONNE

Sergio Marchionne has sustained his attack on F1 sporting boss Ross Brawn.

OCON NOT FEELING MORE PRESSURE FROM PEREZ

Esteban Ocon insists he is not feeling the pressure of needing to step up his game in 2018.

WOLFF TELLS BRAWN TO STOP PROVOKING FERRARI

Toto Wolff has warned Liberty Media to stop "provoking" Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne.

ROSBERG REPLACING LAUDA AS GERMAN F1 PUNDIT

Nico Rosberg has stepped up to replace Niki Lauda as the expert F1 pundit on German free-to-air television RTL next year.

19 DECEMBER 2017

MAGNUSSEN TO JOIN ALONSO, STROLL AT DAYTONA

A third current F1 driver looks set to contest the iconic Daytona 24 hour sports car race next month.

FORMULA E A FINANCIAL FIASCO IN MONTREAL

Formula E has been slammed as a "financial fiasco" by withdrawing race host Montreal.

OFFICIAL DEFENDS CARMEN JORDA AMID CRITICISM

A Spanish motor racing official has defended controversial figure Carmen Jorda.

OTHER TEAMS WOULD JOIN FERRARI IN F1 BREAKAWAY SAYS MARCHIONNE

Sergio Marchionne has doubled down on his threat to pull Ferrari out of formula one, warning that he could also entice other teams to an alternate series.

OTHERS TO BLAME FOR ALONSO'S MISTAKES SAYS ALGUERSUARI

A Spanish motor racing figure believes Fernando Alonso needs to adjust his attitude if he wants to be successful in formula one once again.

18 DECEMBER 2017

ECCLESTONE AIMS FIRE AT LIBERTY, FERRARI

Bernie Ecclestone has aimed fire at both F1 owner Liberty Media and the sport's most famous team Ferrari.

FERRARI KEEPS TEAM TOGETHER FOR 2018

Ferrari is keeping its 'dream team' together for 2018.

BILLIONAIRE BACKER PUSHES FOR SIROTKIN SEAT

Powerful Russian businessman Boris Rotenberg says he is pushing hard to secure Sergey Sirotkin's place on the 2018 grid.

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.

11 DECEMBER 2017

F1 MAKES PLANS FOR LAS VEGAS RACE

An official has denied that planning for a F1 race in Las Vegas is obviously racing ahead.

MCLAREN'S SPONSOR HOPES RISE AFTER HONDA EXIT SAYS BROWN

Zak Brown has admitted it was "difficult" for McLaren to convince sponsors to join the British team amid its Honda crisis.

WILLIAMS DENIES ROWLAND COULD GET 2018 RACE SEAT

Williams has denied that Formula 2 star Oliver Rowland is now a late contender to replace Felipe Massa for 2018.

RAIKKONEN NOT JUDGING LIBERTY MEDIA YET

Kimi Raikkonen says he will not judge Liberty Media until the next generation of F1 cars emerges in a few years' time.

FERRARI EYES HEALTHY CIGARETTE SPONSOR?

Ferrari could be about to announce a 'new' major sponsor for 2018.

NEW DEAL CLOSE FOR GERMAN F1 BROADCASTER

F1 looks set to remain on free-to-air television in Germany.

EVEN FERRARI PARTNERSHIP HAS LIMITS SAYS BRAWN

Ross Brawn has ruled out scrapping F1's plans to replace the current 'power units' after 2020.

HULKENBERG WELCOMES SAINZ CHALLENGE

Nico Hulkenberg says he is happy rather than worried now that Carlos Sainz is his teammate at Renault.

8 DECEMBER 2017

ALDO COSTA DOES NOT SEEK FERRARI RETURN

Aldo Costa says he has no desire to return to Ferrari.

EXTREME PRESSURE GOT TO VETTEL IN 2017 SAYS HAMILTON

Lewis Hamilton said Sebastian Vettel buckled "under extreme pressure" in 2017.

F1 CRAZY TO SLOW VERSTAPPEN DOWN SAYS ROSSI

Valentino Rossi says F1 is "crazy" to try to reign in Max Verstappen.

HAAS COULD AGREE MASERATI DEAL FOR 2018

Haas could link up with the Italian carmaker Maserati for 2018.

VETTEL SAYS FORMULA E NOT THE FUTURE

Sebastian Vettel says he has no interest in Formula E.

SON OF HONDA FOUNDER SYMPATHISES WITH ALONSO

Hirotoshi Honda says he can understand Fernando Alonso's disappointment with the failed three-year works McLaren-Honda project.

GASLY RECALLS NEAR-FATAL 2016 CRASH

Pierre Gasly made his F1 debut this year, but he says an event of 2016 was more emotional.

KALTENBORN QUESTIONS DECISION TO OUST WEHRLEIN

Monisha Kaltenborn has questioned Sauber's decision to oust Pascal Wehrlein.

7 DECEMBER 2017

CUSTOMERS MAY BEAT RENAULT IN 2018 SAYS PROST

Alain Prost has admitted Renault may struggle to beat its engine customers in 2018.

6 DECEMBER 2017

F1 AND LE MANS SHOULD SHARE ENGINE?

Jean Todt says he hopes F1's new engines for 2021 might be adapted for use at Le Mans.

TEAMS MUST HANDLE BUDKOWSKI-STYLE WORK BANS SAYS TODT

Jean Todt says it is up to F1 teams to regulate how new staff are employed after they move from the FIA.

NO NASCAR MOVE FOR KVYAT

European Nascar chief Jerome Galpin has played down suggestions Daniil Kvyat is set to move to the series next year.

BOTTAS NOT REALLY HAPPY WITH 2017

Valtteri Bottas says he feels disappointed at the end of his first season with Mercedes.

NEW HARD TYRE IS INSURANCE SAYS PIRELLI

Pirelli has defended its decision to introduce a 'super hard' tyre in 2018.

ROSBERG NOT SURPRISED FERRARI LOST IN 2017

Nico Rosberg insists he continues to have no regrets about deciding to quit F1 at the age of 31.

SCHUMACHER WOULD LOVE TO ATTEND FIA EVENT

Figures close to Michael Schumacher say the F1 legend was missed at an FIA function this week.

KEEPING SAUBER SECRET DIFFICULT SAYS LECLERC

Charles Leclerc admits it was "difficult" to keep F1's worst kept secret in the second half of the 2017 season.

5 DECEMBER 2017

HAAS CLOSES DOOR ON FERRARI'S GIOVINAZZI

Haas appears to have closed the door completely on Antonio Giovinazzi.

KVYAT TO ATTEND NASCAR TEST

Another potential opportunity has opened up for ousted Toro Rosso driver Daniil Kvyat.

ERICSSON WAS NERVOUS BEFORE 2018 DEAL SIGNED

Marcus Ericsson has admitted he had "a few nervous weeks" before he was re-signed by Sauber for 2018.

4 DECEMBER 2017

NO FERRARI SWITCH FOR HAMILTON

Lewis Hamilton has ruled out a move to Ferrari.

HAMILTON RULES OUT ALONSO AS TEAMMATE

Lewis Hamilton says he will never again be paired with a driver like Fernando Alonso.

MICHELIN NOT PLANNING F1 RETURN

Michelin has ruled out returning to formula one for now.

MARCHIONNE SAYS FIAT QUIT THREAT SERIOUS

Sergio Marchionne has reiterated his threat to pull Ferrari out of F1 after 2020.

VANDOORNE EVEN BETTER THAN ALONSO SAYS PROST

Stoffel Vandoorne is now knocking on the door of performing "even better" than Fernando Alonso.

VETTEL UNSURE OVER KUBICA RETURN

Sebastian Vettel has admitted he is not sure what to think about Robert Kubica's F1 comeback.

NO FOUR LEAF CLOVER ON 2018 SAUBER

It is not yet clear if Alfa Romeo's legendary 'four leaf clover' will be on the Sauber livery in 2018.

KVYAT IN TALKS OVER FORMULA E MOVE

Daniil Kvyat could revive his motor racing career in Formula E.

RENAULT SETS MODEST GOALS FOR FUTURE SAYS PROST

Renault is setting moderate goals for its immediate future in F1.

LAUDA COULD QUIT F1 AFTER 2020

Niki Lauda has joined Ferrari and Mercedes in not promising to stay in F1 beyond 2020.

2 DECEMBER 2017

ERICSSON AND LECLERC TO DRIVE FOR SAUBER

The Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 team have announced that Marcus Ericsson and Charles Leclerc will drive for the Swiss team in 2018.

1 DECEMBER 2017

SIROTKIN ADMITS WANTING WILLIAMS RACE SEAT

Sergey Sirotkin has admitted he is hoping Williams picks him instead of Robert Kubica to drive for the British team in 2018.

MALLYA FEARS DEATH IN INDIAN JAIL

Vijay Mallya says he fears being murdered if he is put in an Indian jail.

HAMILTON COULD QUIT AT ANY TIME SAYS SURER

Lewis Hamilton will quit formula one when his "private life" becomes more important to him.

NEW TYRES TO HELP F1 CAR DESIGNERS SAYS ISOLA

Pirelli's softer new tyres for 2018 will open up new car design possibilities for F1 teams.

TODT FORGIVES VETTEL FOR BAKU INCIDENT

FIA president Jean Todt says he "forgives" Sebastian Vettel for his actions this year in Baku.

F1 CHIEFS SCOUT RACE LOCATIONS IN MIAMI?

Miami is emerging as a likely destination of a second US grand prix in the near future.

NO TRIPLE HEADER RACES AFTER 2018 SAYS BRAWN

Ross Brawn says F1 wants to avoid organising 'triple header' races in future.

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