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Teams set for showdown over costs 19th April 2014, 0:01

In the round-up: Costs row past ‘critical point’ • ‘We should promote the great things we’ve done’ • Mattiacci thought job offer was April Fool

Raikkonen surprised by Domenicali departure 18th April 2014, 0:01

In the round-up: Raikkonen surprised to lose Domenicali • Ferrari “will get back to winning ways very soon” • Maldonado unhappy with penalty points

Ecclestone considers reviving ‘GP Masters’ concept 17th April 2014, 0:01

In the round-up: Ecclestone considers series for ex-F1 drivers • Active suspension would be standardised for return • Strategy Group “totally unacceptable”

Active suspension, 18-inch wheels mooted for 2017 16th April 2014, 0:01

In the round-up: Active suspension could return • Ukraine crisis hits Sirotkin’s funding • Mosley tells Todt to “take no notice” of engine criticisms

Mercedes demand tough stance from FIA on Red Bull 15th April 2014, 0:01

In the round-up: Mercedes want stronger Red Bull penalty • Red Bull insist sensor was faulty • Fuel flow appeal verdict due today

Haas has big plans for his F1 team – Busch 14th April 2014, 0:01

In the round-up: Haas plans new building to house F1 team • Subway tipped for NASCAR-style F1 sponsor deal • CVC “in no hurry to sell”

Quieter engines ‘better for F1′ – Mosley 13th April 2014, 0:01

In the round-up: Former FIA president Max Mosley defends the new engine rules • “Technical directives are not rules” – Horner

“Now the really hard work begins” – Haas 12th April 2014, 0:01

In the round-up: New F1 team owner ready for challenge • Mercedes drivers must share data • Noise row “counter-productive” – Dennis

Double points finale could be scrapped – Todt 11th April 2014, 0:01

In the round-up: Double points could go • Red Bull’s appeal case ‘getting stronger’ • Weight ‘costing Ericsson half a second’

Mercedes would have left F1 without engine change 10th April 2014, 0:01

In the round-up: Mercedes could have left F1 • Marussia team now separate from struggling car maker • Ferrari “not stupid” – Raikkonen