CURRENT NEWS

18 OCTOBER 2017

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".

12 OCTOBER 2017

ROSBERG CONSIDERING REGULAR PUNDIT JOB

Nico Rosberg is considering a more regular job in the F1 paddock.

FERRARI WILL NEVER GIVE UP SAYS ARRIVABENE

Embattled team boss Maurizio Arrivabene says Ferrari will "never give up".

RAIKKONEN TIPS FERRARI TO BE STRONGER IN 2018

Kimi Raikkonen thinks Ferrari will be even stronger in 2018.

WOLFF, LAUDA NOT CELEBRATING HAMILTON TITLE YET

Mercedes' two team bosses are refusing to celebrate the 2017 title yet.

SPANISH WOMAN TO FIX FERRARI QUALITY

Ferrari has appointed a Spanish woman to help "fix" car reliability problems that have marred the team's push for the 2017 title.

WILLIAMS TO KEEP KUBICA TEST NEWS PRIVATE SAYS LOWE

Williams is not releasing information about Robert Kubica's test that took place at Silverstone this week.

11 OCTOBER 2017

LIBERTY POISED TO TELL TEAMS F1 FUTURE PLANS

F1 owner Liberty Media is poised to present to teams the sport's post-2020 engine concept.

WOLFF HITS BACK AT MARKO OVER STYLE COMMENT

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has hit back at his Red Bull counterpart Dr Helmut Marko.

MCLAREN COULD LET ALONSO RACE AT DAYTONA

McLaren could let Fernando Alonso contest the famous Daytona 24 hour endurance sports car race early next year.

VETTEL NOT THINKING ABOUT F1 RETIREMENT

Sebastian Vettel says he is not thinking about his retirement from F1.

F1 LOOKING INTO DUTCH STREET RACE

F1 could be looking to stage a race on the streets of the Dutch capital.

VANDOORNE STRUGGLED IN F1 SPOTLIGHT SAYS BOULLIER

McLaren is now happy with the performance of Stoffel Vandoorne.

ABU DHABI WANTS TO KEEP HOSTING F1 FINALE

Abu Dhabi wants to hold onto its place at the very tail-end of F1's calendar.

10 OCTOBER 2017

TORO ROSSO TO ANNOUNCE GASLY'S US GP REPLACEMENT

Team owner Red Bull will imminently decide who will replace Toro Rosso's Pierre Gasly at the US grand prix next weekend.

MARCHIONNE STILL BELIEVES IN VETTEL TITLE

Sergio Marchionne insists Ferrari's 2017 title charge is not over.

MASSA SHOULD RETIRE SAYS MARKO

Dr Helmut Marko thinks Felipe Massa should retire.

ALONSO TO BLAME FOR BAD CAREER CHOICES SAYS ROSBERG

Only Fernando Alonso is to blame for the Spaniard's failure to add another title to his tally in over a decade.

RED BULL WANTS RICCIARDO UNTIL 2020

Red Bull wants to keep Daniel Ricciardo beyond next year.

MERCEDES NOT WORRIED ABOUT HAMILTON ENGINE

Mercedes is not worried about an engine problem aboard runaway championship leader Lewis Hamilton's car.

KUBICA WILL NOT RACE TORO ROSSO IN AUSTIN SAYS ROSBERG

Co-manager Nico Rosberg has counted Robert Kubica out of the running for a one-off debut in Austin next weekend.

BEATING HULKENBERG WILL NOT BE EASY SAYS SAINZ

Carlos Sainz says he is happy to make the switch to Renault earlier than originally planned.

9 OCTOBER 2017

JAPANESE SUPPLIER BLAMED FOR VETTEL FAILURE

Fingers of blame are pointing at a team supplier, after Ferrari's 2017 title campaign turned into a Japanese nightmare.

BOTTAS EMERGING FROM PERFORMANCE SLUMP SAYS WOLFF

Toto Wolff says Valtteri Bottas is starting to rebuild his confidence after a performance slump late in 2017.

AUSTIN SEAT STILL NOT CONFIRMED FOR GASLY

It still is not clear whether Pierre Gasly will race for Toro Rosso next time out at Austin.

RACE ANALYSIS - NOT EASY BUT MASSIVE: HOW HAMILTON WON

Japanese GP - Race Analysis
By Dan Knutson in Suzuka

8 OCTOBER 2017

RACE NOTES - HAMILTON WINS AGAIN AT SUZUKA

Japanese GP - Race Notes
By Mark Karp

SUNDAY PHOTOS

Japanese GP - Sunday Photos

SUNDAY TEAM QUOTES

Japanese GP - Sunday Team Quotes

SUNDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Japanese GP - Sunday Press Conference

RACE RESULTS

Japanese GP - Race Results

ROSBERG CRITICAL OF BOTTAS CRISIS OPENNESS

Nico Rosberg has criticised his Mercedes successor Valtteri Bottas for being too open about his current "crisis".

RAIKKONEN BETTER THAN EVER SAYS VILLENEUVE

1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve thinks Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen is riding a crest of career form.

NO TORO ROSSO SEAT FOR WEHRLEIN SAYS MARKO

Dr Helmut Marko has denied rumours Pascal Wehrlein could be in the running to race for Toro Rosso in 2018.

PROFESSIONAL WILLIAMS TEAM WOULD KEEP ME SAYS MASSA

Felipe Massa seems unhappy with the Williams team.

MERCEDES HAS NOT SOLVED PACE PROBLEM SAYS LAUDA

Mercedes has not solved the problems that left it arguably the third-fastest team just a week ago in Malaysia.

VERSTAPPEN RUMOURS NOT A WORRY SAYS MARKO

Dr Helmut Marko says he is not losing sleep over rumours Max Verstappen could be on the move.

7 OCTOBER 2017

SAINZ TO JOIN RENAULT IN AUSTIN

Renault has announced that Jolyon Palmer will leave the team following the Japanese GP, and his place will be taken by Carlos Sainz for the rest of the season.

QUALIFYING REPORT - SMASHED

Japanese GP - Qualifying Report
By Dan Knutson in Suzuka

SATURDAY PHOTOS

Japanese GP - Saturday Photos

SATURDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Japanese GP - Saturday Press Conference

SATURDAY TEAM QUOTES

Japanese GP - Saturday Team Quotes

DRIVERS TO WEAR GLOVE SENSOR IN 2018

F1 drivers will wear a biometric sensor in their gloves from 2018.

2018 ALONSO DEAL MERE DAYS FROM ANNOUNCEMENT

McLaren could be now just days away from announcing a new deal for Fernando Alonso.

RICCIARDO ON DRIVER MARKET UNDERSTANDABLE SAYS MARKO

Daniel Ricciardo going on the market for 2019 is "understandable".

QUALIFYING RESULTS

Japanese GP - Qualifying Results

PRACTICE 3 REPORT - FAST AND CRASH

Japanese GP - Practice 3 Report
By Dan Knutson in Suzuka

PRACTICE 3 RESULTS

Japanese GP - Practice 3 Results

TEAMS TO DISCUSS BUDKOWSKI LEAVE IN MEETING

The issue of Marcin Budkowski's 'gardening leave' will be discussed during the next F1 strategy group meeting.

BOULLIER STILL PUSHING FOR ALONSO SIGNATURE

Eric Boullier is pushing hard to get Fernando Alonso's signature on a McLaren contract for 2018.

NORRIS COULD REPLACE BUTTON AS MCLAREN RESERVE

Eric Boullier has admitted Jenson Button could leave his role as official McLaren reserve driver next year.

GASLY ADMITS FUTURE STILL UNCERTAIN

Pierre Gasly says he is still unsure how he will spend the remainder of the 2017 season -- and then whether he will step up with a full Toro Rosso seat next year.

6 OCTOBER 2017

F1 WANTS GERMANY ON CALENDAR SAYS CAREY

Chase Carey says F1 wants to keep Germany on the calendar.

PRACTICE 2 REPORT - SOAKED

Japanese GP - Practice 2 Report
By Dan Knutson in Suzuka

ALONSO NOT COMMENTING ON CATALONIA ISSUE

Fernando Alonso is refusing to weigh into the political turmoil in Spain.

BOTTAS STRUGGLE IS MERCEDES FAULT SAYS LAUDA

Niki Lauda says struggling Valtteri Bottas is not to blame for his collapse in form.

FRIDAY PHOTOS

Japanese GP - Friday Photos

FRIDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Japanese GP - Friday Press Conference

FRIDAY TEAM QUOTES

Japanese GP - Friday Team Quotes

PRACTICE 2 RESULTS

Japanese GP - Practice 2 Results

MASSA QUESTIONS KUBICA-DI RESTA SHOOTOUT

Felipe Massa has questioned the wisdom of Williams' apparent decision to hold a 'shootout' test between Robert Kubica and Paul di Resta.

DRIVERS ADMIT 2017 MERCEDES DIFFICULT TO DRIVE

Mercedes' two drivers have admitted their 2017 car is difficult to drive.

VERSTAPPEN FEELS BETTER AFTER MALAYSIA ILLNESS

Max Verstappen says he is feeling better after his illness in Malaysia.

VERSTAPPEN HOPES FOR MAGIC RENAULT BUTTON IN 2018

Max Verstappen hopes Renault heads into 2018 with a "magic" button for him to press.

ERICSSON SAYS WEIGHT HELD HIM BACK IN 2017

Marcus Ericsson says extra weight has held him back in 2017.

SAINZ NOT PLANNING FOR 2019 SEASON YET

Carlos Sainz says he is not yet thinking about 2019.

MCLAREN CAN WIN WITH RENAULT POWER SAYS ALONSO

Fernando Alonso thinks Renault can power McLaren to race wins in 2018.

DRIVERS CONFIDENT OF FERRARI TURBO FIX

Ferrari's drivers say the team has fixed a technical problem that ruined their weekend in Malaysia.

2018 CARS WILL BE READY WITH HALO SAYS STEINER

F1 teams will be ready with Halo-equipped cars next year.

PRACTICE 1 REPORT - ANTICIPATION

Japanese GP - Practice 1 Report
By Dan Knutson in Suzuka

PRACTICE 1 RESULTS

Japanese GP - Practice 1 Results

5 OCTOBER 2017

THURSDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Japanese GP - Thursday Press Conference

PEREZ RECOVERED AFTER MALAYSIA VIRUS

Sergio Perez says he has recovered completely after a stomach virus affected his weekend in Malaysia.

NO GEARBOX PENALTY FOR VETTEL IN JAPAN

Sebastian Vettel's Japanese grand prix weekend has started well.

VETTEL UNLIKELY TO WIN 2017 TITLE SAYS MASS

Lewis Hamilton is now on a march towards the 2017 title.

BRAWN IMPRESSED BY ROOKIES VANDOORNE, STROLL

Ross Brawn says two F1 rookies have impressed him this year.

MAGNUSSEN SAYS F1 RULES NONSENSE

Kevin Magnussen has described as "nonsense" the amount of penalties handed out to F1 drivers.

SAINZ ADMITS TORO ROSSO FRUSTRATION

Carlos Sainz thinks the only thing stopping Toro Rosso from becoming a winning team is money.

WEHRLEIN A CONTENDER FOR WILLIAMS SEAT SAYS WOLFF

Pascal Wehrlein has emerged as a fourth candidate to become Lance Stroll's teammate at Williams next year.

RED BULL STRENGTH GOOD FOR VETTEL SAYS MARKO

Dr Helmut Marko thinks Red Bull's strength could play into the hands of former team driver Sebastian Vettel this weekend at Suzuka.

4 OCTOBER 2017

F1 SIGNS DEAL WITH ESPN FOR US TELEVISION COVERAGE

The Formula One group has signed a multi-year agreement with ESPN to broadcast Formula One in the United States.

KUBICA AND DI RESTA IN WILLIAMS SHOOTOUT

Robert Kubica will test for the Williams team later this month, amid reports he is a contender to replace Felipe Massa next year.

FORCE INDIA NAMED IN MALLYA MONEY LAUNDERING

Vijay Mallya is accused of laundering money related to his F1 team Force India.

VERSTAPPEN CAN WIN AGAIN IN 2017 SAYS LAMMERS

Max Verstappen could win another race before the end of the 2017 season.

MONTEZEMOLO BACKS UNRELIABLE FERRARI CAR

Luca di Montezemolo has backed Ferrari, amid criticism of the Italian marque's poor car reliability in Malaysia.

HAAS WANTS SEPANG TO PAY GROSJEAN REPAIR BILL

Gunther Steiner has confirmed reports he is seeking compensation for Haas' repair bill from last weekend's Malaysian grand prix.

RED BULL TO CONSIDER RICCIARDO REPLACEMENT SAYS MARKO

Dr Helmut Marko has admitted Red Bull is already looking for "alternatives" to Daniel Ricciardo for 2019.

MERCEDES USED BOTTAS AS ROAD BLOCK SAYS VETTEL

Sebastian Vettel has accused Valtteri Bottas of deliberately holding him up during last weekend's Malaysian grand prix.

3 OCTOBER 2017

VETTEL SET TO AVOID SUZUKA GRID PENALTY

Sebastian Vettel looks set to avoid a grid penalty at Suzuka this weekend.

F1 TO OPEN NEW YORK OFFICE

F1 will open a US-based office, a spokesman has confirmed.

SEPANG WINNER VERSTAPPEN HAS THE FLU

Max Verstappen has admitted he is not feeling well in the days before Sunday's Japanese grand prix.

HONDA SUCCESS WOULD MAKE MCLAREN LOOK SILLY

Zak Brown admits McLaren team management will look "silly" if Honda takes a huge step forward in 2018.

2 OCTOBER 2017

RACE ANALYSIS - NO BIRTHDAY PRESENTS: HOW VERSTAPPEN WON

Malaysian GP - Race Analysis
By Dan Knutson in Sepang

STROLL CRASH COULD COST VETTEL AT SUZUKA SAYS LAUDA

Sebastian Vettel's title hopes look set to take yet another hit, after a bizarre post-race incident in Malaysia.

MALAYSIA MAY RETURN TO F1 IN FUTURE

Sunday's Malaysian grand prix may not have been the last at Sepang.

STEINER DEFENDS BAD BOY MAGNUSSEN

Kevin Magnussen's boss has defended the under-fire Danish driver.

1 OCTOBER 2017

RACE NOTES - VERSTAPPEN WINS MALAYSIA

Malaysian GP - Race Notes
By Mark Karp

SUNDAY PHOTOS

Malaysian GP - Sunday Photos

SUNDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Malaysian GP - Sunday Press Conference

SUNDAY TEAM QUOTES

Malaysian GP - Sunday Team Quotes

RACE RESULTS

Malaysian GP - Race Results

GASLY WOULD GIVE UP SUPER FORMULA TITLE FOR AUSTIN

Pierre Gasly says he isn't sure if he will vacate his new F1 seat next month to take a shot at winning the 2017 Super Formula title.

WOLFF WORRIED ABOUT BOTTAS SLUMP

Toto Wolff admits he is "worried" about Valtteri Bottas' performance slump.

WILLIAMS ADMITS KUBICA OPTION FOR 2018

Williams has confirmed rumours Robert Kubica is in the running to join the team next year.

PEREZ HAD IV TREATMENT AFTER QUALIFYING

Sergio Perez was rehydrated with the help of an IV drip after qualifying in Malaysia.

VETTEL WILL NOT GIVE UP TITLE FIGHT SAYS LAUDA

Mercedes is not expecting Sebastian Vettel to give up in the 2017 title fight.

MARKO TO VISIT HONDA HQ AFTER MALAYSIA

Dr Helmut Marko will head to Honda's Japanese headquarters after the Malaysian grand prix.

30 SEPTEMBER 2017

QUALIFYING REPORT - THE MERC MYSTERY

Malaysian GP - Qualifying Report
By Dan Knutson in Sepang

SATURDAY PHOTOS

Malaysian GP - Saturday Photos

SATURDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Malaysian GP - Saturday Press Conference

SATURDAY TEAM QUOTES

Malaysian GP - Saturday Team Quotes

QUALIFYING RESULTS

Malaysian GP - Qualifying Results

RIVALS FURIOUS AS FIA CHIEF JOINS RENAULT

A huge controversy has emerged as FIA technical boss Marcin Budkowski looks set to join the Renault team.

ALONSO CONTRACT BEING WRITTEN SAYS BOULLIER

A contract binding Fernando Alonso to McLaren-Renault for 2018 is being drafted.

GASLY RELEASE FOR SUPER FORMULA FINALE NOT DECIDED

Red Bull has not decided if Pierre Gasly will be released to fight for the Japanese Super Formula title next month.

LECLERC ADMITS EYEING 2019 FERRARI SEAT

Charles Leclerc has admitted he has an eye on a potential Ferrari seat for 2019.

HAMILTON SHOULD RETHINK POLITICAL TACTICS SAYS WOLFF

Toto Wolff has told Lewis Hamilton to "rethink" his public political stance about controversial US president Donald Trump.

PRACTICE 3 REPORT - ICEMAN HEATS UP

Malaysian GP - Practice 3 Report
By Dan Knutson in Sepang

PRACTICE 3 RESULTS

Malaysian GP - Practice 3 Results

29 SEPTEMBER 2017

PRACTICE 2 REPORT - CRASHER FASTER

Malaysian GP - Practice 2 Report
By Dan Knutson in Sepang

FRIDAY PHOTOS

Malaysian GP - Friday Photos

FRIDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Malaysian GP - Friday Press Conference

FRIDAY TEAM QUOTES

Malaysian GP - Friday Team Quotes

SAINZ TO FINISH SEASON WITH TORO ROSSO

Carlos Sainz says he is staying in his Toro Rosso seat for the rest of 2018.

BOTTAS TO MAKE OWN TEAM ORDER DECISIONS SAYS HAMILTON

Lewis Hamilton says he does not expect teammate Valtteri Bottas to be his 'number 2' for the rest of the 2017 season.

PRACTICE 2 RESULTS

Malaysian GP - Practice 2 Results

DRIVING STYLE DOESN'T MATCH MERCEDES CAR SAYS BOTTAS

Valtteri Bottas has identified his driving style as the reason for his recent struggle.

ALONSO EYES NEW MCLAREN DEAL BEFORE AUSTIN

Fernando Alonso says he will turn his attention towards a new contract for 2018 after the forthcoming F1 double-header in Malaysia and Japan.

TOO EARLY TO PREDICT ASTON MARTIN-POWERED FUTURE SAYS RICCIARDO

Daniel Ricciardo says it is too early to predict a Honda or Aston Martin-powered future for Red Bull.

CULTURE EXPLAINS F1'S SEPANG DEMISE SAYS RICCIARDO

Daniel Ricciardo thinks "culture" has a lot to do with F1's demise in Malaysia.

VANDOORNE HAPPY AS HONDA SLOWS 2017 DEVELOPMENT

Stoffel Vandoorne says he is comfortable with Honda's approach to the final six races of its McLaren adventure.

STROLL UNSURE OF 2018 WILLIAMS TEAMMATE

Lance Stroll says he is getting on with his job rather than worrying about who his teammate will be in 2018.

WEHRLEIN MORE OPTIMISTIC ABOUT F1 FUTURE

Pascal Wehrlein thinks his chances of staying in F1 next year are now "quite good".

KVYAT WILL MAYBE RETURN IN 2017 SAYS GASLY

Pierre Gasly has confirmed reports he is not sure how many races he will contest for Toro Rosso this year.

HAMILTON EYES MERCEDES CONTRACT TALKS

Lewis Hamilton says he would like to negotiate a new contract with Mercedes.

PALMER EYEING LONG TERM INDYCAR SWITCH FOR 2018

Jolyon Palmer has admitted he is eyeing a potential switch to Indycar for 2018.

PRACTICE 1 REPORT - THE FINAL COUNTDOWN

Malaysian GP - Practice 1 Report
By Dan Knutson in Sepang

PRACTICE 1 RESULTS

Malaysian GP - Practice 1 Results

28 SEPTEMBER 2017

THURSDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Malaysian GP - Thursday Press Conference

VETTEL STILL BELIEVES HE CAN BEAT HAMILTON

Sebastian Vettel does not think his championship hopes ended in Singapore.

MCLAREN-RENAULT TO BENEFIT BOTH SIDES IN 2018 SAYS PROST

Alain Prost thinks the new McLaren-Renault alliance for 2018 will help both parties.

VERSTAPPEN SAYS HE'S FASTER THAN RICCIARDO

Max Verstappen thinks he is driving better than his teammate Daniel Ricciardo this year.

BODY LANGUAGE SHOWS ALONSO STAYING SAYS BOULLIER

Little doubt remains that Fernando Alonso is staying in F1 with McLaren next year.

HONDA TO SLOW ENGINE UPGRADES TO MCLAREN

Honda looks set to slow down the improvements to its engine made available to McLaren for the remaining races of 2017.

2017 CHAMPIONSHIP NOT DECIDED YET SAYS BRAWN

Ross Brawn has backed Sebastian Vettel's view that the Ferrari driver is still in the title hunt.

27 SEPTEMBER 2017

HALO DEVICE TO COST UP TO EUR 24,000

F1 teams are surprised about the high cost of the controversial 'Halo' safety devices that are mandatory for 2018.

NASR ADMITS F1 RETURN UNLIKELY

Former Sauber driver Felipe Nasr says he wants to get back to racing next year.

SPONSOR SAYS KVYAT OUT FOR TWO RACES ONLY

A Toro Rosso sponsor says Daniil Kvyat could be back in the car in a month.

26 SEPTEMBER 2017

GASLY REPLACES KVYAT AT TORO ROSSO

Scuderia Toro Rosso has announced that Red Bull junior driver Pierre Gasly will replace Daniil Kvyat for the remainder of the season, alongside Carlos Sainz.

KUBICA NOT DENYING WILLIAMS RUMOURS

Robert Kubica has not denied speculation he is now in the running for the Williams race seat for 2018.

MERCEDES WILL NOT CAGE POLARISING HAMILTON

Mercedes says it will continue to allow Lewis Hamilton to express his personality and opinions.

F1 LOSING TOUGHEST RACE ON CALENDAR SAYS HAMILTON

Lewis Hamilton on Tuesday said F1's "toughest race" will be missing on next year's calendar.

F1 TO MAKE CARS LOUDER WITH MICROPHONE

F1 owner Liberty Media is backing an initiative to make the cars louder.

25 SEPTEMBER 2017

MARKO OPTIMISTIC ABOUT RED BULL-HONDA FUTURE

Red Bull is "optimistic" about Honda's future in formula one.

MCLAREN-RENAULT TARGETS RACE WIN IN 2018

Eric Boullier thinks McLaren can make a swift return to the top step of the podium.

F1 PRESSES AHEAD WITH ENGINE RULE CHANGE

F1 has resisted a push to call off a scheduled engine rule change for 2018.

PALMER SET TO KEEP RENAULT SEAT IN 2017

Jolyon Palmer looks set to keep his race seat at Renault for the rest of the 2018 season.

VASSEUR ADMITS ERICSSON COULD LEAVE SAUBER

Frederic Vasseur says Mercedes junior Pascal Wehrlein is still in the running to stay at Sauber next year.

22 SEPTEMBER 2017

EARTHQUAKE WILL NOT STOP MEXICO GP

Next month's grand prix in Mexico City looks set to go ahead, despite a devastating earthquake whose death toll is approaching 300.

MCLAREN OFFERED HONDA SABBATICAL OPTION SAYS BOULLIER

Honda rejected a proposal whereby it would take a "sabbatical" and return to McLaren at a later date.

SAINZ UNSURE OF EARLY RENAULT DEBUT

Carlos Sainz says he still doesn't know which car he will be racing in Malaysia next week.

VETTEL ENGINE NOT DAMAGED IN CRASH

Sebastian Vettel's engine was not damaged in his first-lap Singapore crash last weekend.

RENAULT WILL PART WITH RED BULL

Cyril Abiteboul has all but confirmed reports Renault and Red Bull will split after next season.

MATESCHITZ NOT TIRED OF F1 SAYS BERGER

Gerhard Berger has hit back at rumours Red Bull is getting "tired" of formula one.

SAUBER TIPPED TO CHOOSE DRIVERS SOON

Sauber will reportedly make the call about its 2018 driver lineup soon.

21 SEPTEMBER 2017

SAINZ CAN RACE FOR RED BULL IN 2019?

Carlos Sainz could wind up at Red Bull's senior F1 team in 2019.

VETTEL CAN STILL WIN 2017 TITLE SAYS BRAWN

F1 boss Ross Brawn has backed Sebastian Vettel to bounce back and continue to fight for the 2017 title.

EARTHQUAKE HITS MEXICO BEFORE OCTOBER F1 RACE

A dark cloud has moved above Mexico, just over a month before the country is scheduled to host its grand prix.

20 SEPTEMBER 2017

MCLAREN ONLY TWO WEEKS BEHIND SAYS BOULLIER

Eric Boullier insists the long-running 'will they or won't they?' McLaren-Honda divorce saga has only slightly delayed the British team's preparations for 2018.

TITLE HOPES NOT OVER FOR VETTEL

Lewis Hamilton says his championship rival Sebastian Vettel cannot be written off.

HAAS DEFENDS SINGAPORE TEAM ORDERS

Haas boss Gunther Steiner has defended a case of 'team orders' imposed in Singapore last weekend.

AUER FUTURE UNCHANGED AFTER FORCE INDIA DECISIONS

Lucas Auer says Force India deciding to keep the same drivers for 2018 doesn't affect his own motor racing future.

MICHAEL SCHUMACHER COULD MOVE TO AMERICA

Michael Schumacher could be set to relocate to the United States.

19 SEPTEMBER 2017

TORO ROSSO A BETTER FIT FOR HONDA SAYS YAMAMOTO

Honda thinks Toro Rosso could be a better fit for the Japanese marque than McLaren.

ITALY SLAMS FERRARI AFTER SINGAPORE DISASTER

The Italian press has lashed out at Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel after a disastrous Singapore grand prix.

LAUDA BLAMES VETTEL FOR SINGAPORE CRASH

Niki Lauda has joined scores of fans and insiders who blame Sebastian Vettel for putting his championship hopes in tatters in Singapore.

TITLE NOT LOST FOR VETTEL YET SAYS TRULLI

Jarno Trulli says it is still possible that Sebastian Vettel will win the 2017 title.

BOTTAS NOT NUMBER 2 DRIVER SAYS WOLFF

Toto Wolff says he still will not designate Valtteri Bottas the 'number 2' driver behind Lewis Hamilton.

RAIKKONEN MANAGER ROLE NOT THE SAME AS BEFORE

Kimi Raikkonen effectively manages his own affairs in formula one.

18 SEPTEMBER 2017

RACE ANALYSIS - RAIN WIPEOUT: HOW HAMILTON WON

Singapore GP - Race Analysis
By Dan Knutson in Singapore

SAINZ UNSURE IF SINGAPORE WAS LAST TORO ROSSO RACE

Carlos Sainz left Singapore on Monday wondering if it had been his last race for Toro Rosso.

ASTON MARTIN TO BE RED BULL TITLE SPONSOR

Aston Martin looks set to become Red Bull's title sponsor next year.

SINGAPORE NOT PRELIMINARY TITLE DECISION SAYS WOLFF

Toto Wolff has hit back at suggestions Sunday in Singapore was a 'preliminary decision' for a fourth world championship title for Lewis Hamilton.

FATHER ADMITS PALMER EYEING WILLIAMS SEAT

Jolyon Palmer's father has confirmed the 26-year-old is eyeing a switch to Williams for 2018.

MCLAREN ALMOST FACTORY TEAM BY 2019 SAYS BOULLIER

McLaren will become a de-facto 'factory' team by 2019, according to team boss Eric Boullier.

ARGENTINA COULD RETURN IN 2019 SAYS WHITING

Argentina could be eying a return to F1.

17 SEPTEMBER 2017

RACE NOTES - HAMILTON WINS AT SINGAPORE

Singapore GP - Race Notes
By Mark Karp

SUNDAY PHOTOS

Singapore GP - Sunday Photos

SUNDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Singapore GP - Sunday Press Conference

SUNDAY TEAM QUOTES

Singapore GP - Sunday Team Quotes

RACE RESULTS

Singapore GP - Race Results

PEREZ SIGNS WITH FORCE INDIA FOR 2018

Sergio Perez has extended his driver contract to continue to drive with Force India-Mercedes for the 2018 season.

SAUBER, WILLIAMS LIGHT UP 2018 SILLY SEASON

Robert Kubica still has a good chance of returning to formula one next year.

PALMER READ RENAULT AXE STORY ON INTERNET

Jolyon Palmer says he learned about losing his seat at Renault from the internet.

PORSCHE SHOULD ENTER F1 SAYS HAUG

Norbert Haug has urged Porsche to enter formula one.

PIRELLI MAKING SOFTER THAN ULTRA-SOFT TYRE FOR 2018

Pirelli has committed to supplying softer tyres to F1 teams and drivers in 2018.

ALONSO-MCLAREN ANNOUNCEMENT DUE WITHIN DAYS

An announcement to confirm that Fernando Alonso is staying at McLaren next year is due within days.

16 SEPTEMBER 2017

QUALIFYING REPORT - YES, YES, YES, YES, YES!

Singapore GP - Qualifying Report
By Dan Knutson in Singapore

SATURDAY PHOTOS

Singapore GP - Saturday Photos

SATURDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Singapore GP - Saturday Press Conference

SATURDAY TEAM QUOTES

Singapore GP - Saturday Team Quotes

QUALIFYING RESULTS

Singapore GP - Qualifying Results

RED BULL'S ENGINE FUTURE UNCLEAR

With McLaren and Toro Rosso all set up with respective engines for 2018, speculative attention is now turning to the 2019 season.

ROSBERG TO HELP KUBICA'S F1 COMEBACK

Retired reigning world champion Nico Rosberg has joined Robert Kubica's management team.

KVYAT NOT FEARING TORO ROSSO DRIVER SHAKEUP

Daniil Kvyat says he is still waiting to hear if he will be kept on board at Toro Rosso for 2018.

ALONSO TO PROBE RENAULT BEFORE MAKING 2018 DECISION

Fernando Alonso says he will look into Renault's plans for 2018 before deciding whether to stay at McLaren next year.

SAINZ-RENAULT SWITCH FOR MALAYSIA POSSIBLE SAYS MARKO

Dr Helmut Marko has admitted Carlos Sainz might start his new Renault adventure as soon as the next race in Malaysia.

RED BULL A SECOND FASTER IN SINGAPORE SAYS LAUDA

Niki Lauda says he has his eye on Red Bull in Singapore.

T-WINGS BANNED FOR 2018 BUT SHARK FINS STAYING

The shark fins are staying, but F1 fans can wave goodbye to unseemly 'T-wings' in 2018.

PRACTICE 3 REPORT - WORRYING TIMES

Singapore GP - Practice 3 Report
By Dan Knutson in Singapore

PRACTICE 3 RESULTS

Singapore GP - Practice 3 Results

F1 REGIME CHANGE HELD UP SINGAPORE GP DEAL

F1's change of management held up talks for a new Singapore grand prix deal, minister S Iswaran said ahead of the city-state's 2017 race.

FORCE INDIA TO BE FORCE RACING IN 2018

Force India looks set to be known as 'Force Racing' from 2018.

15 SEPTEMBER 2017

PRACTICE 2 REPORT - FLYING MAN DAN

Singapore GP - Practice 2 Report
By Dan Knutson in Singapore

FRIDAY PHOTOS

Singapore GP - Friday Photos

FRIDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Singapore GP - Friday Press Conference

FRIDAY TEAM QUOTES

Singapore GP - Friday Team Quotes

PRACTICE 2 RESULTS

Singapore GP - Practice 2 Results

TORO ROSSO AND HONDA TEAM UP

As the McLaren and Honda split has unfolded today, Honda and Scuderia Toro Rosso have announced they are joining forces for the 2018 season.

MCLAREN SWITCHES TO RENAULT

McLaren and Renault announced an agreement that will see the British team using Renault engines for the 2018, 2019 and 2020 seasons.

MCLAREN AND HONDA ANNOUNCE SPLIT

As was much anticipated, McLaren and Honda have announced that they will discontinue their partnership at the end of the 2017 season.

PALMER PUSHING TO KEEP 2017 RENAULT SEAT

Jolyon Palmer says he intends to keep his Renault seat at least for the rest of the 2017 season.

F1 KEEPS ENGINE PENALTIES IN PLACE FOR NOW

F1 has decided against immediately acting on the issue of grid penalties for engine changes.

HONDA FUTURE MAKES RED BULL DRIVERS NERVOUS

Red Bull and its engine supplier Renault will reportedly split after the 2018 season.

HULKENBERG LAUGHS AT F1 RECORD IN SINGAPORE

Nico Hulkenberg is set to take over an unenviable record in formula one.

BOTTAS HAPPY AS MERCEDES KEEPS OPTIONS OPEN

Valtteri Bottas says he is comfortable with his new one-year Mercedes contract.

WEHRLEIN QUIET ON NEW 2018 SAUBER SEAT RUMOURS

Pascal Wehrlein is not commenting on reports he still has a shot at keeping his Sauber seat for 2018.

PEREZ ABOUT TO SIGN 2018 CONTRACT

While new deals for Valtteri Bottas and Carlos Sainz are getting the headlines in Singapore, three other F1 drivers are also featuring prominently on the 2018 driver 'silly season'.

PRACTICE 1 REPORT - RED AHEAD

Singapore GP - Practice 1 Report
By Dan Knutson in Singapore

PRACTICE 1 RESULTS

Singapore GP - Practice 1 Results

MAGNUSSEN WOULD JUMP AT TOP TEAM CHANCE

Kevin Magnussen says Haas would not stand in his way if a top team came knocking for him.

14 SEPTEMBER 2017

THURSDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Singapore GP - Thursday Press Conference

RICCIARDO TO CONSIDER LEAVING RED BULL AFTER 2018

Daniel Ricciardo says he will consider leaving Red Bull if the energy drink owned team can't deliver him a title challenging car in 2018.

MERCEDES KEEPING OPTIONS OPEN FOR 2019 SAYS WOLFF

A new one-year contract for Valtteri Bottas has kindled fresh speculation Max Verstappen could be headed to Mercedes for 2019.

BUEMI'S F1 ABSENCE A SCANDAL SAYS PROST

F1 legend Alain Prost says it's "a scandal" that Sebastien Buemi is no longer on the grid.

PIRELLI CHIEF TIPS FERRARI TO WIN IN SINGAPORE

Sebastian Vettel could reclaim his lead of the world championship this weekend in Singapore.

2018 ENGINE RULE CHANGE A MISTAKE SAYS LAUDA

Mercedes has now backed Red Bull in pushing for a change to the engine rules for 2018.

KVYAT LETTING TORO ROSSO FOCUS ON HONDA NEWS

Daniil Kvyat says he is happy to wait for news about his future in F1.

HONDA STILL COMMITTED TO F1 SAYS CAREY

Chase Carey thinks Honda remain "committed" to formula one.

13 SEPTEMBER 2017

MERCEDES GP EXTENDS BOTTAS CONTRACT FOR 2018

Mercedes Motorsport has agreed a new contract to continue with Valtteri Bottas for the 2018 season.

LIBERTY EYES F1 BUDGET CAP FOR 2021

Liberty Media is looking to introduce a budget cap of EUR 150 million per team from 2021.

SAINZ STILL WAITING FOR NEWS ABOUT FUTURE

Carlos Sainz says he is still waiting for news about his future in F1.

RENAULT COULD NOT SUPPLY FOUR TEAMS SAYS STOLL

The world of F1 is heading to Singapore expecting news about the McLaren-Honda split to become official.

HONDA DEAL FAILURE IS MCLAREN'S FAULT SAYS ECCLESTONE

Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that the complex McLaren-Renault deal is "done".

MERCEDES NOT RE-THINKING F1 PROJECT UNTIL 2020

Mercedes is not yet thinking about its future in F1 beyond 2020.

KUBICA EYEING F1 OPTIONS BEYOND RENAULT

Robert Kubica is exploring his options at other teams for 2018.

WOLFF RACES 1990 DTM CAR IN GERMANY

Toto Wolff made his return to competitive motor racing last weekend at the Nurburgring.

NO NEW SINGAPORE GP CONTRACT YET SAYS CAREY

Chase Carey says he wants Singapore to stay on the F1 calendar.

12 SEPTEMBER 2017

MCLAREN-HONDA SAGA ANNOUNCEMENTS TO BEGIN

A spate of announcements regarding the McLaren-Honda-Toro Rosso-Renault saga is set to begin.

MISSING HALO DETAILS MAKE F1 TEAMS NERVOUS

F1 teams are reportedly concerned about the introduction of 'Halo' for 2018.

11 SEPTEMBER 2017

SAINZ NOT CONFIRMING RENAULT SWITCH

Carlos Sainz looks set to contest his final race for Toro Rosso this weekend in Singapore.

GASLY HOPING TO MAKE F1 DEBUT IN MALAYSIA

Pierre Gasly has not denied he looks set to become the newest rookie in formula one.

FRANK WILLIAMS CAN NO LONGER TRAVEL SAYS CLAIRE

Sir Frank Williams is doing well, according to the F1 team founder's daughter Claire.

FERRARI FAVOURITE FOR SINGAPORE SAYS LAUDA

Niki Lauda has named Ferrari as the favourite to win this weekend's Singapore grand prix.

MCLAREN WILL NOT LOAN NORRIS TO RIVAL TEAM

Zak Brown says McLaren will not loan Lando Norris to another F1 team.

8 SEPTEMBER 2017

MCLAREN-HONDA SAGA TO END IN COMING DAYS

The signs are growing by the day that McLaren and Honda are poised to split.

7 SEPTEMBER 2017

ONLY NATIONALITY KEEPS KVYAT AT TORO ROSSO SAYS VILLENEUVE

1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve says he would not be surprised if Toro Rosso sweeps its driver lineup clean in the near future.

FORCE INDIA WANTS TO KEEP OCON AND PEREZ

Force India wants to keep both of its current drivers for 2018.

GRID PENALTY SYSTEM INCOMPREHENSIBLE

Pressure is growing for F1 to scrap its system of grid penalties for technical car failures.

VERSTAPPEN YET TO PROVE HIMSELF SAYS MASS

Max Verstappen is yet to prove himself in formula one.

HULKENBERG TELLS PIRELLI TO IMPROVE RAIN TYRES

Nico Hulkenberg has called on Pirelli to make better F1 rain tyres.

HAAS NOT KEEN ON PAY DRIVER MODEL

Team owner Gene Haas seems determined to avoid the 'pay driver' trend in F1.

FRENCH GP LAYOUT FUN FOR DRIVERS SAYS ALESI

The new Paul Ricard layout will be "a real benchmark" for F1 drivers when they tackle next year's French grand prix.

NO SERIOUS INTEREST IN 11TH, 12TH TEAMS SPOTS SAYS TODT

F1 looks set to stay at just ten teams for now.

6 SEPTEMBER 2017

F1 SHOULD INCREASE ENGINE ALLOCATION SAYS HORNER

Christian Horner says he will propose that F1 scraps plans to further ramp up the controversial long-life engine rules next year.

SAINZ AT TORO ROSSO IN 2018 NOT 100PC SAYS MARKO

Red Bull is still open to 'selling' Toro Rosso driver Carlos Sainz to another team.

ALONSO DESERVES BETTER IN F1 SAYS DOMENICALI ALONSO DESERVES BETTER IN F1 SAYS DOMENICALI

Fernando Alonso "deserves" to be doing better in formula one, the Spaniard's former boss Stefano Domenicali said.

MCLAREN BETTER WITH ANY OTHER ENGINE SAYS RICCIARDO

McLaren would be more competitive with any other engine on the grid.

WOLFF NOT HAPPY WITH F1 WEATHER SERVICE

Toto Wolff has indicated he is not happy with F1's official weather service.

5 SEPTEMBER 2017

ALONSO WANTS TO BE LOYAL TO MCLAREN

Fernando Alonso says he wants to be "loyal" to McLaren as he weighs up his future in F1.

MCLAREN, RENAULT WAITING FOR TORO ROSSO DECISION

The ball is in Red Bull's court as the McLaren-Honda saga rolls on.

NO PANIC DESPITE BAD RACE AT MONZA SAYS VETTEL

Sebastian Vettel says there will be "no panic" at Ferrari after a bad home race at Monza.

FORCE INDIA IN TALKS WITH PEREZ SPONSORS

Force India looks set to keep Sergio Perez on board for 2018.

HAMILTON AGREES TO TEST ON THURSDAY

Lewis Hamilton has agreed to help Pirelli with tyre testing later this week.

4 SEPTEMBER 2017

RACE ANALYSIS - MONZA MASTER AND COMMANDER: HOW HAMILTON WON

Italian GP - Race AnalysisBy Dan Knutson in Monza

SPECIAL HALO COLOUR FOR TITLE LEADER SAYS TODT

Jean Todt has an idea to spice up the popularity of the 'Halo' safety innovation for 2018.

BOTTAS STAYING AT MERCEDES IN 2018 SAYS LAUDA

Mercedes is now poised to announce that Valtteri Bottas is staying put for 2018.

MCLAREN POISED TO ANNOUNCE 2018 RENAULT DEAL

McLaren is poised to announce its switch from Honda to Renault power for the 2018 season.

HAMILTON WANTS TO KNOW SCHUMACHER CONDITION

Lewis Hamilton says he would like to know the current physical condition of F1 legend Michael Schumacher.

PREGNANT WILLIAMS TO MISS LAST RACES OF 2017

Team boss Claire Williams will not attend any more races in 2017.

FERRARI EMBARRASSING AT MONZA SAYS MARCHIONNE

Sergio Marchionne says Ferrari's performance at home at Monza was "embarrassing".

WOLFF ADMITS HAVING COFFEE WITH VERSTAPPEN

Toto Wolff has admitted he met with Max Verstappen's father at Monza.

F1 OFFICIALS TOO CONSERVATIVE IN RAIN SAYS HORNER

Christian Horner has criticised F1 officials for acting "too conservatively" during Saturday's rain-affected qualifying session at Monza.

3 SEPTEMBER 2017

RACE NOTES - HAMILTON TAKES MERCEDES 1-2 AT MONZA

Italian GP - Race NotesBy Mark Karp

SUNDAY PHOTOS

Italian GP - Sunday Photos

SUNDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Italian GP - Sunday Press Conference

SUNDAY TEAM QUOTES

Italian GP - Sunday Team Quotes

RACE RESULTS

Italian GP - Race Results

HEAVYWEIGHTS AT MONZA AS HONDA SAGA NEARS CONCLUSION

The heavyweights have descended on Monza as the saga about Honda's future in F1 steps into its highest gear.

FERRARI AND MERCEDES ABSOLUTELY EQUAL SAYS MARCHIONNE

Sergio Marchionne has backed Ferrari to remain toe-to-toe with Mercedes for the rest of the 2017 championship battle.

CAR FAILURE TO DECIDE TITLE SAYS TODT

Jean Todt thinks reliability will decide the outcome of the 2017 world championship.

MARKO, LAUDA, CRITICISE DELAYED QUALIFYING

F1 veterans Dr Helmut Marko and Niki Lauda have hit out at Saturday's farcically-delayed qualifying session at Monza.

RENAULT TO COMPLETE 2018 LINEUP SOON SAYS PROST

Renault looks set to complete its 2018 driver lineup prior to Singapore in a fortnight.

2 SEPTEMBER 2017

QUALIFYING REPORT - THE SOGGY HEROES

Italian GP - Qualifying Report
By Dan Knutson in Monza

SATURDAY PHOTOS

Italian GP - Saturday Photos

SATURDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Italian GP - Saturday Press Conference

SATURDAY TEAM QUOTES

Italian GP - Saturday Team Quotes

QUALIFYING RESULTS

Italian GP - Qualifying Results

MCLAREN MEETS RENAULT CHIEFS AT MONZA

A meeting at Monza could have decided the fate of the McLaren-Honda relationship.

BOTTAS WOULD ACCEPT NUMBER 2 ROLE

Valtteri Bottas says he is prepared to work as the de-facto 'number 2' at Mercedes -- but not yet.

KUBICA SAYS F1 RETURN CHANCES GOOD

Robert Kubica says he still has "a good chance" of returning to formula one.

VERSTAPPEN'S FATHER IN MERCEDES TALKS AT MONZA

High-level meetings at Monza could affect the future of Max Verstappen in formula one.

OCON CLASH DOESN'T AFFECT CONTRACT TALKS SAYS PEREZ

Sergio Perez is hoping clarity over his future is now only a fortnight away.

PRACTICE 3 REPORT - THE RAIN WINS

Italian GP - Practice 3 Report
By Dan Knutson in Monza

PRACTICE 3 RESULTS

Italian GP - Practice 3 Results

SAUBER POISED TO MAKE ANNOUNCEMENT

Sauber is poised to make a key announcement about the future.

1 SEPTEMBER 2017

PRACTICE 2 REPORT - FIGHTBACK

Italian GP - Practice 2 Report
By Dan Knutson in Monza

FRIDAY PHOTOS

Italian GP - Friday Photos

FRIDAY PRESS CONFERENCE

Italian GP - Friday Press Conference

FRIDAY TEAM QUOTES

Italian GP - Friday Team Quotes

PRACTICE 2 RESULTS

Italian GP - Practice 2 Results

HAMILTON ADMITS WANTING NEW MERCEDES DEAL

Lewis Hamilton has confirmed reports he wants to sign a new Mercedes contract.

FERRARI SNUBS MONTEZEMOLO AT MONZA

Luca di Montezemolo says Ferrari did not invite him to Monza for this weekend's celebrations.

ALONSO TO DECIDE FUTURE AFTER HONDA TALKS

Fernando Alonso says he may travel to Japan to meet with Honda chiefs before deciding his next move.

MASSA NOT RULING OUT FORMULA E SWITCH

Felipe Massa is not ruling out a switch in the future to Formula E.

SYMONDS TO HELP WRITE 2021 RULES

Pat Symonds has joined a panel tasked with helping to shape the next generation of F1 rules.

VILLENEUVE SAYS NO'TO PODIUM INTERVIEW JOB

Jacques Villeneuve says he has repeatedly turned down offers to conduct the post-race interviews on the F1 podium.

NO PANIC DESPITE LATE CONTRACT SAYS BOTTAS

Valtteri Bottas insists there is "no panic" even though he is still not signed up for 2018.

LECLERC SET FOR 2018 F1 DEBUT?

Charles Leclerc's manager says he thinks the 19-year-old will be on the formula one grid next year.

PRACTICE 1 REPORT - THE WRONG CARS

Italian GP - Practice 1 ReportBy Dan Knutson in Monza

PRACTICE 1 RESULTS

Italian GP - Practice 1 Results

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