23 AUGUST 2017

F1 close to new China GP deal says Bratches

F1 is closing in on a deal to keep the sport in China.

Raikkonen happy with new Ferrari deal

Kimi Raikkonen says he and Ferrari are "happy" to have reached a new deal for 2018.

Vettel to sign Ferrari contract next says Salo

Kimi Raikkonen's new Ferrari deal is probably a precursor to Sebastian Vettel also staying with the Italian team.

22 AUGUST 2017

Halo rules too late for 2018

F1 engineers are worried the precise regulations for 'Halo' are arriving too late for 2018.

Formula E is the future says Rosberg

Reigning F1 world champion Nico Rosberg says the all-electric single seater series Formula E is "the future".

Verstappen says 2018 key to Red Bull future

Max Verstappen says 2018 will be a key season for Red Bull and his own future in F1.

Toro Rosso-Honda talks fall through?

Talks about Toro Rosso taking on Honda power for 2018 have fallen through, according to reports in the Italian press.

Force India wants imminent Perez deal

A new Force India deal for Sergio Perez could now be imminent.

Raikkonen tips strong future for Leclerc

Kimi Raikkonen has tipped a strong future for Ferrari junior Charles Leclerc.

Mercedes approach gives Vettel advantage says Wolff

Toto Wolff says Mercedes might need a change of tack in order to beat Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel to the 2017 title.

Verstappen was stronger than I was' says Scheckter

1979 world champion Jody Scheckter says he sees similarities between himself and F1 sensation Max Verstappen.

Hembery wants regionalised F1 calendar

Former Pirelli F1 boss Paul Hembery thinks the sport's calendar should be "regionalised".

Boutsen tells Vandoorne to have patience

Former F1 driver Thierry Boutsen has backed Belgian countryman Stoffel Vandoorne to have a good career despite his very bad start with McLaren.

15 AUGUST 2017

Wind tunnel problems hurt Red Bull says Horner

Christian Horner says problems at the factory caused Red Bull's early-season problems in 2017.

No trend in Ferrari vs Mercedes battle says Binotto

It is not possible to say that either Mercedes or Ferrari has the edge at the mid-season point in a close battle for 2017 spoils.

No intention of breaking contract says Sainz

Carlos Sainz says he is happy tensions with his Red Bull and Toro Rosso bosses have calmed after an intense recent period.

14 AUGUST 2017

Bottas the perfect driver says Rosberg

Valtteri Bottas might be close to being "the perfect driver".

Drivers unhappy with extra Halo weight

While most focus on the aesthetics, it is another feature of the controversial 'Halo' system that might actually have a more significant impact on F1.

11 AUGUST 2017

Rosberg physio backs Kubica comeback

Yet another respected figure in the F1 paddock has backed Robert Kubica's return to F1.

Massa recovers from Hungary illness

Felipe Massa looks to be on track for his return to action after the August break.

10 AUGUST 2017

Rosberg tips Mercedes to beat Ferrari

Nico Rosberg is not sure Ferrari has the ability to stay ahead of Mercedes in 2017.

Honda wants to pass Renault in 2017

Honda is aiming to leave behind the dubious honour of being F1's least powerful engine supplier by the end of the season.

McLaren set for Indycar return in future

McLaren may not be heading back to Indycar this year, but the future is another matter entirely.

Leclerc would be useful for Sauber

Rumours the Swiss team Sauber could become a junior platform for Ferrari are gaining strength.

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Sideview Cartoon - Kubica's return in Hungary

By Carlo Baffi

Kubica's return in Hungary

Straight Talk - The difference between a manager and a racer

By Luis Vasconcelos

The Hungarian Grand Prix was an intriguing race, with a lot happening on the pit walls and garages of the two top teams. While the way Ferrari managed the fact its leading driver was in trouble, the Mercedes team's actions created a lot of controversy and may come back to haunt Toto Wolff by the end of the season.

Straight Talk - So much talent but nowhere to go!

By Luis Vasconcelos

In the space of just two weeks, Fernando Alonso saw the doors at Mercedes and Ferrari firmly shut in his face. With Red Bull never intending to take top drivers from other teams, preferring to breed its own stars, this means the Spaniard's chances of getting his hands on a winning car for 2018 are next to zero.

Straight Talk - A penalty that fits the crime

By Luis Vasconcelos

The FIA decided to hand no further sporting penalties to Sebastian Vettel after Monday's hearing, following his sudden burst of road rage in the streets of Baku the previous week. He won't lose any points in this year's championship, won't be suspended for a race or two or take any other penalty that could seriously undermine his chances of winning this year's Formula One World Championship.

Sideview Cartoon - Vettel vs. Hamilton: Carey's Solution

By Carlo Baffi

Vettel vs. Hamilton: Carey's Solution

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