McLaren has confirmed it will use Renault engines in 2018 following the conclusion of its troubled alliance with Honda.
McLaren and engine supplier Honda will part ways at the end of the 2017 season, the team has confirmed.
Ferrari has confirmed an extension of its contract with tobacco producer Philip Morris International, which produces the Marlboro brand.
Jolyon Palmer remains convinced Fernando Alonso should have been penalised for pushing him off the track during the Belgian Grand Prix.
Toro Rosso’s highly-rated designer James Key has signed a new contract to extend his stay at the team. Key joined Toro Rosso five years ago.
Sauber has announced Frederic Vasseur will take over as team principal following the departure of Monisha Kaltenborn.
Sauber drivers Pascal Wehrlein and Marcus Ericsson expressed their surprise at the sudden departure of team principal Monisha Kaltenborn, which was announced yesterday
Sauber has issued a stinging attack on media reports of driver favouritism on the same day it has sacked its team principal.
Sauber’s team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has left the Swiss outfit, the Swiss outfit’s owner has confirmed.
Haas has announced the addition of Arjun Maini to its driver development programme. The Indian joins Santino Ferrucci on the team’s roster of junior talent.
Toto Wolff still expects to bring Max Verstappen to Mercedes one day, the team principal has revealed, despite his current long-term deal with Red Bull.
Renault has envisaged how Formula One could look in ten years’ time with its R.S. 2027 Vision concept car.
Force India team principal Vijay Mallya has been arrested in London, the Metropolitan police have confirmed.
George Russell and Nicholas Latifi tested for Mercedes at the Algarve International Circuit in Portugal last weekend.
Indonesian driver Sean Gelael will make three test appearances for Toro Rosso this year, the team has confirmed.
Felipe Massa’s intended retirement last year only came about because Williams couldn’t afford to keep him according to Pat Symonds.
Fernando Alonso is braced for a tough start to the 2017 F1 season at McLaren following the team’s struggles in testing.
Following the most dominant three years any team has ever enjoyed in F1, Mercedes could find their place at the top under serious threat in 2017.
If Ferrari is the team which didn’t look in great shape heading into 2017 but has run well in testing, Red Bull is the opposite.
On paper, this doesn’t look like being a great year for Ferrari. But on the track their testing times were impressive.