Sauber has rejected claims Pascal Wehrlein could miss the start of F1 testing due to his Race of Champions injury as “speculation”.
McLaren has announced its 2017 F1 car will not use the previously announced name MP4-32.
A wind tunnel model of Manor’s 2017 Formula One car has been posted on social media.
Renault has confirmed BP and Castrol as its new suppliers of fuel and lubricants for the 2017 season, replacing Renault’s long-term partner Total.
Mercedes has appointed GP3 racer George Russell to its Junior Driver Programme. The 18-year-old finished third in European F3 last year.
Valtteri Bottas has landed the prized seat at Mercedes for 2017 which was left vacant by outgoing world champion Nico Rosberg.
McLaren has become the fifth team to announce the launch date for its 2017 car.
Force India has become the third team to conform the launch date for its 2017 Formula One car.
Red Bull bounced back from a difficult 2015 with victories in Spain and Malaysia. But their biggest win in 2016 came off the track.
Sebastian Vettel couldn’t hide his frustration as Ferrari failed to build on recent progress in his second season with the team.
Brazilian media is reporting Felipe Massa signed a contract with Williams yesterday to drive for the team in 2017, taking the place of Valtteri Bottas.
Was McLaren’s second season of using Honda’s V6 hybrid turbo really that much better than the first?
It was another season of little change at Red Bull’s kindergarten squad – with one significant exception.
Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne admitted his team still has much to do following its second win-less campaign in three years.
GP2 runner-up Antonio Giovinazzi has been appointed as Ferrari’s third driver for the 2017 F1 season, the team has announced.
Sauber were in a difficult position as the 2016 started but the team turned their situation around by the end of the season.
Manor made a huge leap forward in 2016 but their season ended on a slightly sour note as they fell to last in the constructors’ championship.
Red Bull’s cars will continue to carry Aston Martin branding in 2017 as the F1 team and car manufacturer have extended their partnership.
Red Bull will switch lubricant supplier from Total to ExxonMobil next year. The American company previously supplied McLaren.
Red Bull will continue to brand their Renault engines under the TAG Heuer name for the next two seasons, the team has confirmed.