23 FEBRUARY 2017

F1 teams face split over income

F1 teams could be set to split into two camps, as a new row about income distribution threatens to break out.

Zanardi not sure Ferrari ready to win

Alex Zanardi is not sure Ferrari is ready to ace the new regulations in 2017.

F1 legend Stuck likes 2017 cars

As the new generation of F1 cars are steadily unveiled this week, German legend Hans-Joachim Stuck likes what he sees.

Verstappen ready for F1 title says Marko

Dr Helmut Marko thinks Max Verstappen is ready to battle for the F1 title.

Ferrari won't win 2017 title says Prost

Alain Prost does not think a Ferrari driver will win the world championship in 2017.

Bottas has chance to beat Hamilton says Prost

Valtteri Bottas has a "good chance" to take on triple world champion Lewis Hamilton in 2017.

No late livery change for Renault

Renault has shot down a rumour that it might be considering a livery change for the start of the season in Melbourne.

Mallya hits back at extradition moves

Vijay Mallya has hit out at the Indian media, a day after his F1 team's 2017 car was revealed to the world.

Force India thinks Melbourne protest possible

Force India thinks rumours of official protests in Melbourne over an argument about suspension systems could be right.

22 FEBRUARY 2017

F1 team could do a Brawn says Palmer

Jolyon Palmer is not ruling out the possibility a F1 team could "do a Brawn" in 2017.

Prost becomes Renault team advisor

F1 legend Alain Prost has stepped up his role with the works Renault team for 2017.

I still believe in Ferrari says Vettel

Sebastian Vettel says he still 'believes' in his dream of becoming world champion with Ferrari.

Marchionne plays down loss of engineers

Sergio Marchionne has played down some high-profile personnel losses at Ferrari.

Renault eyes Spanish driver for future

Renault has admitted it might be interested in signing up a Spanish driver in the future.

Ferrari splits with reserve Vergne

Jean-Eric Vergne has confirmed that he will no longer work with Ferrari in 2017.

Villeneuve tips Vettel to shine in 2017

Jacques Villeneuve has tipped Sebastian Vettel to be a standout performer in 2017.

Mercedes curious to see Honda progress

Mercedes' engine chief has admitted to being "curious" to spot Honda's progress of the winter period.

Big teams deserve more money says Marko

Bigger teams deserve more income because they give more to the sport.

21 FEBRUARY 2017

Marko backs Brawn over DRS axe

Red Bull is backing calls for F1 to rid itself of the controversial 'DRS' overtaking solution.

Too early for Verstappen title in 2017

Max Verstappen's father has played down the 19-year-old Dutchman's chances of winning the world championship in 2017.

Stroll defends private F1 testing world tour

Lance Stroll has played down the secrecy of his unprecedented private test programme as he prepares to debut in 2017.

Bottas to heed Hakkinen's title-winning advice

Valtteri Bottas says he is happy to have a two-time world champion in his corner as he steps up to F1's top team in 2017.

Sainz is Red Bull reserve driver says Marko

Red Bull is clinging to its "reserve driver" Carlos Sainz, according to the energy drink marque's Dr Helmut Marko.

Wolff extends power at Mercedes

Toto Wolff has reportedly upped his pay and "extended his power" at Mercedes ahead of the 2017 season.

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Grandprix.com Notebooks

Sideview Cartoon - Christmas at Mercedes

By Carlo Baffi

Christmas at Mercedes

Straight Talk - When safety gets in the way of racing

By Luis Vasconcelos

What a shame those exciting last five laps of the Mexican Grand Prix were completely destroyed by red tape. When we should all be talking about the tremendous battle Sebastian Vettel and the two Red Bull drivers engaged in, everywhere on social media the subjects are the penalties handed to Max Verstappen and the German and then, of course, the use of very foul language by the four-times World Champion.

Sideview Cartoon - Mexican Grand Prix: Speedy Gonzales replaces Safety Car!

By Carlo Baffi

Mexican Grand Prix: Speedy Gonzales replaces Safety Car!

Straight Talk - F1 shouldn't be a niche sport

By Luis Vasconcelos

Malaysia has now decided it's not worth it hosting a Formula One Grand Prix in Sepang, because the race generates major losses and they've decided it's better to soldier on with other forms of racing, particularly Moto GP rather than keeping on losing money to host a Formula One Grand Prix.

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