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Alonso not leaving McLaren in 2016 – Dennis 31st January 2015, 0:01

In the round-up: Ron Dennis denies Fernando Alonso could leave McLaren for Mercedes as early as next year.

Mexico to have one of F1’s fastest circuits 30th January 2015, 0:01

In the round-up: Mexico to be second-fastest track by top speed • Force India denies financial trouble • ‘Vettel wouldn’t quit’ – Ricciardo

Heavily revised 850bhp Renault engine for Red Bull 29th January 2015, 0:01

In the round-up: Red Bull and Toro Rosso to get 850bhp Renault power unit… • …but Ricciardo is eager for 1,000bhp engines • Korean GP lost $175m

No fanfare for RB11 as Red Bull race to finish new car 28th January 2015, 0:01

In the round-up: Red Bull running late with RB11 • Kvyat “a bit rough around the edges” • Sauber to reveal new car on Friday

Lotus rehires staff for 2015 push 27th January 2015, 0:01

In the round-up: Lotus rehires staff • Palmer not jealous of Nasr • Falling oil prices could be a problem for Maldonado

Red Bull, Lotus and Sauber yet to reveal launch plans 26th January 2015, 0:01

In the round-up: With the first test of the new season due to begin at the end of the week, three teams are yet to announce when they will launch their cars.

Rosberg expects another “duel” with Hamilton in 2015 25th January 2015, 0:01

In the round-up: Nico Rosberg says he expects the 2015 world championship to be a fight between him and Lewis Hamilton again.

Ferrari calls for F1 “revolution” 24th January 2015, 0:01

In the round-up: Ferrari pushing for more F1 changes • Streiff apologies for Bianchi comments • Chilton considering IndyCar switch

Mercedes won’t be caught for three years – Ecclestone 23rd January 2015, 0:01

In the round-up: Mercedes to have three-year advantage – Ecclestone • Alonso will test McLaren first • Lauda keen for 1,000bhp engines

“No stress over new Mercedes deal” – Hamilton 22nd January 2015, 0:01

In the round-up: ‘Mercedes want to continue with me’ – Hamilton • Ecclestone doubts Mercedes rivals will catch up • Silverstone faces £4m lawsuit