Pascal Wehrlein will occupy one of Manor’s two race seats for 2016, the team has confirmed.
Renault has confirmed Kevin Magnussen’s return to F1 in place of the ousted Pastor Maldonado in their driver line-up.
Pastor Maldonado has announced his departure Formula One five years after making his debut as a Williams driver. Look back on his career in pictures.
Pastor Maldonado has officially confirmed he will not be on the F1 grid in 2016.
Force India has appointed Russian 16-year-old Nikita Mazepin as a development driver.
Sebastian Vettel has been spotted driving Ferrari’s 2014 car at the team’s Fiorano test track today.
Lewis Hamilton made more than one attempt to leave McLaren for Red Bull, according to their team principal Christian Horner.
Analysis by F1 Fanatic shows Pastor Maldonado has incurred more than twice as many penalties as any other driver over the course of his 95-race F1 career.
When Kimi Raikkonen made his Formula One debut 15 years ago the FIA president said it was “wrong” for him to be given a superlicence.
Does Lewis Hamilton’s jet-set lifestyle have a negative effect on his racing? F1 Fanatic’s interactive maps reveal how he criss-crossed the globe throughout 2015.
Lewis Hamilton says it would be better for Formula One if more drivers would reveal their true personalities instead of acting like “squares”.
Vettel banished memories of a poor 2014 by leading Ferrari’s charge against Mercedes and snatching three great wins.
Lewis Hamilton looked like he was cruising to the championship for much of the season, but his team mate gave him a wake-up call at the end of the year.
Sergio Perez had a strong end to 2015 but produced some high-quality but underrated performances in the first half of the year.
Nico Rosberg was usually put in the shade by Lewis Hamilton – but that all changed with six races to go.
Even though the rewards were much more meagre than they had been last year, Daniel Ricciardo still gave it his all in the Red Bull.
New team radio communications reveal Mercedes were concerned Lewis Hamilton would not participate in the podium ceremony after his Monaco Grand Prix defeat.
The breakthrough talent of 2015, Max Verstappen just misses out on a place in F1 Fanatic’s top five drivers of the year.
A much-improved Lotus allowed Romain Grosjean to demonstrate his talents, never more clearly than at Spa.
Bottas couldn’t recapture the highs of 2014 at Williams, often due to problems not of his making.