The FIA has issued the 2012 Formula One calendar. Absent is the Turkish Grand Prix, and as expected, the US Grand Prix in Austin has been moved to a November date.
Renowned F1 and automotive designer Gordon Murray has joined Group Lotus as a member of its Advisory Council, to advise on future development.
If Red Bull Racing's Belgian GP performance was compromised slightly by tyre safety concerns, you wouldn't have known.
Belgian GP - Race Report
Red Bull Racing scored a fine 1-2 in the Belgian GP but that is far from the full story. Technical director Adrian Newey had moist eyes as he sat on his pit wall stool taking it all in. He was a very relieved man...
Robert Kubica took one step closer to returning to F1 when he underwent the last scheduled operation on his elbow today.
Belgian GP - Sunday Photos
Belgian GP - Sunday Press Conference
Belgian GP - Sunday Team Quotes
Belgian GP - Race Results
Belgian GP - Race Notes
Red Bull young driver programme protege Jean-Eric Vergne is set to be given the chance to drive a Toro Rosso during friday practice sessions later this season.
Romain Grosjean has clinched the 2011 GP2 championship with his third place finish in Saturday's race.
Belgian GP - Qualifying Report
Belgian GP - Saturday Photos
Pastor Maldonado has been given a five-place grid penalty and Lewis Hamilton a reprimand after their bout of 'afters' at the end of Q2 at Spa.
Belgian GP - Saturday Press Conference
Belgian GP - Saturday Team Quotes
Belgian GP - Qualifying Results
Belgian GP - Practice 3 Report
Belgian GP - Practice 3 Results
One of the more bizarre features of the opening day at Spa was the sight of Bruno Senna in the Lotus Renault GP car with the displaced Nick Heidfeld still in the paddock wearing team kit. Team principal Eric Boullier answered media questions on recent developments within the team.
Mark Webber has signed an extension of his Red Bull contract that will see him partner Sebastian Vettel for a fourth consecutive year.
Belgian GP - Practice 2 Report
Belgian GP - Friday Photos
Belgian GP - Friday Press Conference
Belgian GP - Friday Team Quotes
Belgian GP - Practice 2 Results
Belgian GP - Practice 1 Report
Belgian GP - Practice 1 Results
Nick Heidfeld is taking legal action in the High Court in London in a bid to get himself back into a Lotus Renault GP cockpit in time for the Singapore Grand Prix.
Derek Warwick has been elected president of the British Racing Drivers Club, succeeding Damon Hill.
Belgian GP - Thursday Press Conference
Formula 1's drivers gave Spa huge support amid suggestions that, in future years, the famous Belgian circuit may only play host to a grand prix every other year, for financial reasons.
Bruno Senna has confirmed that he will race for Lotus Renault GP in both this weekend's Belgian GP at Spa and in the Italian GP at Monza.
Renault has issued a press release this afternoon confirming that Bruno Senna will drive for the team in Beglium, replacing Nick Heidfeld.
Nick Heidfeld's seat at Renault is in doubt, as speculation continues to grow that Bruno Senna will take his place starting this weekend in Belgium.
In recent days there have been rumours that the Circuit of the Americas, which is to hold the US Grand Prix next year, has halted construction.
It has emerged that film star Tom Cruise satisfied his ambition to drive a Formula 1 car when he drove a Red Bull in a closed test at Willow Springs, California.
As F1 returns from its summer break and heads for Spa Francorchamps this weekend for round 12 of the championship, Michael Schumacher will celebrate the 20th anniversary of his F1 debut at the classic circuit in 1991.
Michael Schumacher has denied any thoughts of hanging up his helmet before the end of his current Mercedes contract running to the end of 2012.
Organisers of next year's US Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, have welcomed Bernie Ecclestone's confirmation that he plans a November 18 race, rather than the initial June date.
Bernie Ecclestone has said that it will send out a "terrible message" if a number of Premier League soccer fixtures are cancelled this weekend due to rioting in England.
There are mounting signs that seven times world champion Michael Schumacher could cut short his three-year contract with Mercedes and return to retirement at the end of the season.
It seems that the F1 calendar, which once upon a time teams said would never exceed 16 races, now looks set to break 20.
Pirelli's motorsport director has said that it is unlikely that the hardest compound tyre will be seen again this year.
Rubens Barrichello's current contract ends at the end of this season, but the Brazilian has made it clear that he wants to continue racing.
The move of Gilles Simon, the FIA's Director, Technical and Powertrain, to join Craig Pollock's new P.U.R.E engine concern caused a ripple or two in the F1 paddock over the Hungarian GP weekend.
With the United States GrandPrix in Austin set to bring Formula One back to America next year, talk of a second US race in New York has begun again.
Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner says he expects to sit down with Mark Webber during F1's summer break and agree 2012 terms with the Australian.
After a number of frustrating races, Force India driver Paul di Resta has scored the best result of his young career, finishing seventh in the Hungarian GP.
Pirelli has announced today the tyre compounds that will be used in the forthcoming Belgian, Italian and Singapore Grand Prix.
The final push is on to get the Buddh International Circuit finished for the inaugural Indian GP, scheduled to take place on October 30th.
Ferrari President Luca di Montezemolo says he expects that Ferrari will be a "key player" during the second half of the F1 season.
Despite the fact that Red Bull Racing has won just one of the last five F1 races in contrast to mopping up five of the first six, team principal Christian Horner says that the focus is still on winning. He answered media questions after Sebastian Vettel had extended his championship lead with second place in Hungary.
Hungarian GP - Race Report