Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost says he intends to keep Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz Jnr if his team remains on the grid next year.
Esteban Gutierrez will return to F1 competition in 2016 after announcing a deal to drive for new American team Haas.
Jolyon Palmer will make his Formula One debut as a Lotus race driver in 2016, the team has confirmed.
F1 tail-enders Manor have secured a deal to use the class-leading Mercedes power units from 2016.
Jenson Button will continue to drive for McLaren in 2016, the team has confirmed.
Romain Grosjean will join Haas for the American team’s first season of F1 in 2016.
Lotus has confirmed the announcement Pastor Maldonado will drive for them next year was the continuation of a pre-existing deal.
Pastor Maldonado will continue to drive for Lotus in 2016, the team has confirmed.
Sauber has announced it will keep the same driver line-up for 2016 as Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson will remain at the team.
Kimi Raikkonen will lose his Ferrari seat to Valtteri Bottas in 2016, according to Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport.
Dozens of drivers have gained from the FIA’s superlicence points changes – but how many of them are actually likely to end up racing in F1 in future?
Only drivers who rack up 40 superlicence points will be able to race in F1 from 2016. How many have already got enough? F1 Fanatic has crunched the numbers.
The FIA has introduced a new points system to decide which drivers can race in F1. Here’s who will be eligible to race in grands prix in 2016.
Ferrari have confirmed Fernando Alonso’s contract with the team has been cut short by two years and he will leave them at the end of the season.
The new Formula One team due to enter the sport in 2016 will be officially known as Haas F1 Team instead of Haas Formula.
Nico Rosberg will remain at Mercedes for at least another two seasons, the team has confirmed.
Fernando Alonso will remain at Ferrari until the end of 2016 after signing an extension with the team.