Bernie Ecclestone has changed his mind.
After more than a decade on the grid, Mark Webber will still be in the paddock this weekend as a new season of F1 begins.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner is predicting an all-Mercedes silver duel for the 2014 title.
World champion team Red Bull may switch its focus to the 2015 season within weeks if it thinks this year's title is already lost.
Felipe Massa can take his Williams all the way to the 2014 title.
F1 rookie Marcus Ericsson has no plans to move to Monaco.
Two experts have warned that the old Michael Schumacher is probably now gone.
Gerhard Berger has admitted he thought of fellow F1 legend Michael Schumacher when he lay injured in the snow late last week.
1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve says Sebastian Vettel's run of titles is definitely over.
F1's owners are scared Bernie Ecclestone's demise could hurt the sport.
Felipe Massa has admitted he has been "impressed" with his switch to Mercedes power for 2014.
Ferrari is yet to reveal the full potential of its 2014 car.
Renault F1 chief Jean-Michel Jalinier insists the struggling French supplier should not be written off in 2014.
Toni Vilander thinks his Finnish countryman Heikki Kovalainen's F1 career is over.
Crisis-struck Red Bull is taking a vastly different car to Melbourne for the first race of 2014.
It is possible every single car will fail to finish Sunday's season-opening Australian grand prix.
Former F1 driver Gerhard Berger has crashed whilst skiing in the Kitzbuhel district in his native Austria.
Ron Dennis is unapologetic as he vows to take McLaren back on the road to winning.
If Williams is a force in 2014, almost the entire paddock will celebrate the return of an F1 great.
Michael Schumacher is breathing without the help of a respirator, the authoritative Italian sports daily La Gazzetta dello Sport claimed on Friday.
The promoter of the Indian grand prix has vowed to meet with Bernie Ecclestone and try to get the New Delhi race back on the 2015 calendar.
F1 will have to wait to know if it can return to Long Beach.
A week before F1's brave new era begins in earnest, not everyone is excited.
The era of the Concorde Agreement is at its end, according to Bernie Ecclestone.
F1 driver Jules Bianchi has been attacked and mugged near Paris' famous Champs-Elysees.
Bernie Ecclestone has revealed that his new wife Fabiana, 37, wants a baby.