Ferrari used its veto privilege to prevent a reduction in the price of engines, the FIA has revealed.
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says he’s not considering the possibility of pulling the team out of Formula One at the end of the year.
Jolyon Palmer will make his Formula One debut as a Lotus race driver in 2016, the team has confirmed.
Daniel Ricciardo says it probably isn’t worth taking a grid penalty in order to be able to use Renault’s upgraded power unit this weekend.
Kevin Magnussen has confirmed he is on his way out of McLaren.
As Sauber prepares to make its 400th appearance at a grand prix weekend, eight of their top drivers picked their favourite races for the team.
Mercedes has won the Formula One constructors’ championship for the second time.
Kimi Raikkonen doesn’t expect Ferrari will be more competitive at Sochi because of the switch to softer rubber for this year’s race.
Renault and Lotus are “engaged to be married”, according to the F1 team’s deputy principal Federico Gastaldi.
Renault believes its F1 past should entitle it to the same ‘historic payments’ as other teams. But they have come and gone more than once since arriving in 1977.
Gene Haas says his experience of entering NASCAR has helped him team prepare for its Formula One debut in 2016.
Romain Grosjean will join Haas for the American team’s first season of F1 in 2016.
Formula One faces the possibility of an investigation by the European Union after two teams lodged a complaint over anti-competitive practices within the sport.
Renault has publicly confirmed its intention to purchase the Lotus F1 team after announcing it had signed a Letter of Intent.
The lack of coverage given to Mercedes during the Japanese Grand Prix prompted questions whether Formula One Management deliberately avoided showing them.
Fernando Alonso said the lap which put him 13th on the grid for the Japanese Grand Prix was probably the best he has ever driven at Suzuka.
Max Verstappen was given a three-place grid penalty for stopping on the racing line while Marcus Ericsson avoided one for speeding under yellow flags.
Mercedes believe they would have had a difficult race in Singapore even if they’d got the most out of their car.
McLaren still wants to convince Jenson Button to stay with them in 2016, according to managing director Jonathan Neale.
Both Red Bull-backed teams could be pulled out of Formula One after the last race of the season according to the company’s motorsport director Helmut Marko.