Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene has emphatically stated Ferrari does not need to appoint further technical staff in the wake of James Allison’s departure.
Mercedes expect stiffer opposition than usual from their rivals this weekend and Nico Rosberg believes the Singapore track will favour Red Bull.
Bernie Ecclestone continues to claim Mercedes have “a lot of information” to help rivals Ferrari become more competitive.
Leading GP2 driver Antonio Giovinazzi has been given an opportunity to drive Ferrari’s Formula One simulator.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne delivered an uncompromising verdict on the team’s efforts during 2016, saying it has “failed” to develop its car.
Romain Grosjean will receive a five-place grid penalty for the Italian Grand Prix after changing his gearbox
Spirits are high at Manor after Pascal Wehrlein reached Q2 in qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix on pure pace, but the team admit they were hoping for more than 16th.
Rio Haryanto will remain with Manor as the team’s reserve driver after losing his race seat at the team.
Ferrari could do with rediscovering the form which led it to produce the championship-winning 312T series, the subject of Haynes’ newest workshop manual.
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Haas does not intend to move closer to building its own Formula One car for at least a few more years according to team principal Guenther Steiner.
The future of Sauber has been safeguarded following the takeover of the team by the Swiss company Longbow Finance.
Manor test driver Jordan King says the team made significant progress with their chassis between his two tests for them in Barcelona and Silverstone.
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Ferrari has selected the most sets of the super-soft tyres for next week’s Hungarian Grand Prix as the full tyre selections has been revealed.
Mercedes has confirmed it will not appeal Nico Rosberg’s British Grand Prix penalty but plans to raise concerns about “over-regulation” in F1.
Sebastian Vettel will have his third five-place gearbox change penalty of the season in this weekend’s British Grand Prix.
Marcus Ericsson has been taken to hospital following his crash during the final practice session at Silverstone.
Ferrari re-signed Kimi Raikkonen for the 2017 season just hours after president Sergio Marchionne informed team principal Maurizio Arrivabene to keep his driver.
Force India will retain Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg for 2017 according to the team’s co-owner Vijay Mallya.