Jolyon Palmer reports a positive first impression of the Renault RS17 after seeing a wind tunnel model of the team’s 2017 F1 car and driving it in the simulator.
Ron Dennis has confirmed he is standing down as chairman and chief executive of McLaren Technology Group, which includes its F1 team.
Christian Horner says Ferrari’s decision to appeal against the outcome of yesterday’s hearing into Sebastian Vettel’s Mexican Grand Prix penalty is a “waste of time”
Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene has played down suggestions by the company’s president Sergio Marchionne that it could enter Formula E in the future.
Sauber have given a novel perspective on the proposed Halo safety system using a 360-degree camera.
Ferrari have requested the stewards review Sebastian Vettel’s Mexican Grand Prix penalty, which dropped him from third place to fifth.
Esteban Ocon will drive for Force India in 2017, the team has confirmed. The Manor driver will take the seat vacated by Nico Hulkenberg.
Lance Stroll will make his Formula One debut for Williams in 2017, the team has confirmed. The European F3 champion is 18 years old.
The bump at the Circuit of the Americas which led to both Williams cars to retire with suspension failures last year has been eased.
Ross Brawn says he left the Mercedes F1 team because of a breakdown in trust between him and fellow team bosses Toto Wolff and Niki Lauda.
Ross Brawn has revealed Ferrari’s veto power over F1’s rules was such a closely-guarded secret that he was unaware of it during most of his time at the team.
Renault made slower progress than people expected because the team was very “run down” at the end of 2015 according to chief technical officer Bob Bell.
Mercedes have won the Formula One constructors’ championship for the third year running.
Haas team principal Guenther Steiner says the team achieved one of the targets for its debut season by getting both cars into Q3.
Three-times Moto GP world champion Jorge Lorenzo tested a 2014 Mercedes Formula One car today at Silverstone.
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.