19 JANUARY 2017

F1 teams back away from buying shares

F1 teams are backing away from new owner Liberty's offer of shares in the sport they compete in.

Piero Ferrari eyes three wins in 2017

Piero Ferrari would like to see the F1 team that bears his famous surname win at least three races in 2017.

Stroll happy Massa replacing Bottas

2017 rookie Lance Stroll says he is happy that Felipe Massa will be his teammate this year.

Silverstone will drop British GP?

Bad news is still flowing out of Silverstone, the embattled current venue of the historic British grand prix.

GP2 champion Gasly heads to Japan

Reigning GP2 champion will keep his skills sharp this year in Japan's top tier of open wheel racing.

Family should tell truth about Schumacher says Weber

Michael Schumacher's former long-time manager has criticised the F1 legend's family.

Klien starts military service in Austria

Former F1 driver Christian Klien is starting his year by finally completing his compulsory military service in his native Austria.

Mercedes seat too early for Wehrlein says Wolff

Mercedes steered away from signing Pascal Wehrlein for 2017 because it would have been "too early" for the young German.

Giovinazzi won't stagnate in Ferrari role says Wolff

Toto Wolff has played down fears the career of new Ferrari reserve Antonio Giovinazzi might stagnate in 2017.

Magnussen disappointed with Renault criticism

Kevin Magnussen says he was "disappointed" to hear about his former Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul's recent parting shot.

18 JANUARY 2017

Rosberg curious to watch successor

World champion Nico Rosberg says he is looking forward to seeing a "great battle" between Mercedes' new driving duo in 2017.

Lauda tension gone after Bottas signing

Niki Lauda says he feels relaxed now that Valtteri Bottas has been signed up for 2017.

Alonso not afraid of rookie Vandoorne

Fernando Alonso says he is "not worried" even though he has a rookie teammate for 2017.

Liberty still seeking FIA green light

Only one hurdle remains as F1's new owner Liberty Media looks to complete its buyout of the sport.

Honda in talks with Sauber over 2018?

Honda's plans to begin supplying a second F1 team with engines are now shaping up.

Lotus F1 foray not a failure says Lopez

Former F1 team owner Gerard Lopez has defended his record in the sport, insisting the Lotus foray was "not a failure".

Kovalainen made bid to replace Bottas

Former F1 driver Heikki Kovalainen has admitted he made a bid to replace the Mercedes-bound Valtteri Bottas at Williams for 2017.

No problems in Bottas-Hamilton pairing says Kovalainen

Lewis Hamilton's former teammate says Valtteri Bottas should not have any trouble working with the triple world champion in 2017.

17 JANUARY 2017

Last pieces of 2017 puzzle in place

The last major pieces of the 2017 grid have fallen into place.

One year deal for Bottas strange says Salo

Valtteri Bottas' one-year contract to drive for Mercedes in 2017 is "really strange".

Angry Sainz also patient for future

Carlos Sainz has admitted he is "angry" but also "patient", as his career stalls for now at Toro Rosso.

Vandoorne unsure McLaren can win in 2017

Stoffel Vandoorne is not sure McLaren will be ready to win races in 2017.

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