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Mercedes' rivals look closer to the pace this weekend in China.
Honda's F1 boss on Friday said the Japanese marque will not supply any customer teams when it returns to the sport next year.
Marco Mattiacci the 43-year-old first stepped into the Shanghai paddock on Friday, and a swarm of photographers never left his side.
Chinese GP - Practice 2 Report
Chinese GP - Friday Press Conference
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Bernie Ecclestone has denied rumours he will strike a plea deal with Munich prosecutors to stay out of jail and in charge of F1.
Pastor Maldonado has hit out at the new 'penalty points' system that could see him having to serve a race ban later in 2014.
Giovanni Malago says it is unlikely Ferrari will recover from its competitive slump within the 2014 season.
Lotus is hoping to finally get its 2014 season on track in the next two races.
Chinese GP - Practice 1 Report
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Chinese GP - Thursday Press Conference
Mercedes could pull even further clear of the field in Shanghai, after readying for its debut arguably the most expensive new front nose in F1 history.
Luca di Montezemolo has played down rumours Marco Mattiacci is only a stop-gap solution at the top of the Ferrari team.
World champion Sebastian Vettel says he was "shocked" when he heard about Stefano Domenicali's departure at Ferrari.
Ferrari may already be looking to write off the 2014 title.
Fernando Alonso on Thursday denied his frustration with Ferrari's poor 2014 hit a sarcastic low recently in Bahrain.
Niki Lauda has lashed out at Luca di Montezemolo's claim that the 2014 rules have reduced the F1 field to little more than "taxi drivers".
Renault's 2014 crisis began to ease when the French marque became more "open", according to outspoken Red Bull director Dr Helmut Marko.
Gene Haas is "crazy" to base his new formula one team in America.
A German magazine claims mistakes in the initial treatment of Michael Schumacher's head injuries may have affected his hopes of recovery.
Bernie Ecclestone is planning to launch a 'masters' series for former F1 cars and drivers.
Dominant F1 team Mercedes could be preparing to shed some staff.