In the round-up: F1 needed a leader, not a dictator – Carey • McLaren ‘will announce Renault deal today’ • Honda could become competitive – Verstappen
In the round-up: Sainz unlikely to replace Palmer before 2018 • Mercedes hit 50% efficiency target • Red Bull must “convince” Ricciardo in 2018
In the round-up: Ecclestone says McLaren will take Renault engines and keep Alonso • Porsche rumoured to be planning 2021 Red Bull takeover
In the round-up: McLaren-Honda divorce ‘imminent’ • Force India suggest $150 million cap • Williams and Sauber pursuing Kubica
A bizarre incident involving an ambulance almost cost a NASCAR driver a shot at the championship. Also two F1 juniors had strong weekends.
In the round-up: F1 could use F2 to test new grids • Sauber to add staff • Magnussen rues Monza tyre choice
In the round-up: Kubica’s chances of returning with Renault may be derailed by Sainz move • 40 venues vying for F1 races
Max Verstappen was not short of support at Spa-Francorchamps this year, although it’s doubtful any of his fans were as well-armed as these two.
In the round-up: McLaren engine deal not sole factor – Alonso • Paul Ricard to limit crowd • F2 to get preferred status
Mika Hakkinen has spoken about how his 2006 test for McLaren persuaded him not to return to Formula One after his 2001 departure.
“I really don’t care any more” was Max Verstappen’s surprising response when asked about the collision with Felipe Massa which ruined his race.
In the round-up: Historic F1 racer dies following crash • Haas wants chance to win • Hulkenberg criticises wet weather tyres
David Coulthard snatched his second victory of 1997 in the Italian Grand Prix as the championship contenders struggled at Monza.
In the round-up: Halo ‘holding up 2018 chassis design’ • No serious new team offers – Todt • F1 can’t go back to V8s – Steiner
Last weekend Lewis Hamilton became only the eighth driver in the 67-year history of the world championship to hold the record for most pole positions.
Four players achieved perfect scores in last weekend’s round of the Predictions Championship – find out if you were one of them.
In the round-up: Porsche considering F1 return as engine builder • Ganassi turned Alonso down • Haas backs grid penalties
In the round-up: F1 to consider changes to grid penalties • F1 working to keep Honda in • Haas treated unfairly – Steiner
Seven drivers are mathematically capable of winning the IndyCar title in the final race at Sonoma following a dramatic penultimate round at Watkins Glen.
Mercedes is the only team to have led the Italian Grand Prix since 2014, which helped Lewis Hamilton take the title lead for the first time in 12 months.