Mercedes has rubbished reports Lewis Hamilton might miss this weekend's prestigious Monaco grand prix.
F1's governing body is backing development of a "sound generator" to spice up the muted tones of the current generation of power units.
F1 looks set to lift the lid on its major new sponsorship deal with Heineken ahead of next month's Canadian grand prix.
A decision is looming about how Renault will handle the transition from 2016 to 2017, team boss Frederic Vasseur has admitted.
McLaren-Honda appears to be finally emerging from its long slump, with bosses Ron Dennis and Eric Boullier sounding particularly upbeat ahead of Monaco.
Felipe Massa is in a realistic mood about Williams' chances ahead of this weekend's race in Monaco.
Jos Verstappen has admitted that while he has taken a step back, he is still closely involved in his son's meteoric F1 career.
It might be too early to predict greatness for F1 teen sensation Max Verstappen, according to a former grand prix driver.
Rio Haryanto has admitted for the first time that he might not make it through the 2016 season.
The next new team for F1 could now be on the horizon, according to Germany's Auto Bild Motorsport.
Honda is planning to hand in all of its engine performance 'tokens' by Spa-Francorchamps in August.
Le Mans has ruled itself out of the running to revive the French grand prix.
Niki Lauda has played down rumours Nico Rosberg might be contemplating a switch to Ferrari for 2017.
Luca di Montezemolo says he expected Ferrari to make a bigger step forward in 2016.
Toto Wolff thinks the world of premier motor racing might need to revisit the issue of driver age, following an enormous crash at the weekend.
Max Verstappen is sure becoming F1's youngest ever winner will not go to his head.
The next wild rumour is now firing in formula one, ahead of the championship's 'jewel in the crown' event in Monaco this weekend.
Sebastian Vettel says he expected Williams to be putting up a tougher fight in 2016.
Renault is open-minded about the composition of the driver lineup for its new works team beyond 2016, according to boss Frederic Vasseur.
Jean Todt has played down the need to stop Mercedes' dominance of F1, arguing that it has always been a feature of the sport.
If Renault brings its new engine to Monaco, the French marque may only be able to supply one version apiece to the two French-powered teams.
Force India is reportedly considering halting its car development programme for 2016 in order to focus on preparing for next year's new rules.
F1 is fast-tracking a system whereby Pirelli and the governing FIA can monitor cars' tyre pressures live during a race.
The big rumour swirling in F1 circles at present is whether Nico Rosberg is really contemplating a switch from Mercedes for 2017.
Sebastian Vettel says Ferrari's aggressive strategy of full attack will not always work out for the ambitious Maranello team.
Red Bull has denied Max Verstappen was deliberately given the preferred race strategy to win last Sunday's Spanish grand prix.
F1's newest and youngest-ever winner appears to have enjoyed his post-race celebrations after the Spanish grand prix.
Two fellow champions have no intention of following Fernando Alonso into Indycar once their F1 careers end.
The future of the Monaco grand prix is under threat, race organiser Michel Boeri has warned.
Honda's Yusuke Hasegawa has played down growing reports that McLaren will get a highly-anticipated engine upgrade in Montreal next month.
Jean Alesi's well-known F1 face will be a common sight in the paddock this year.
Pascal Wehrlein says he was more than happy to step in at the last minute and test the championship-leading Mercedes on Wednesday.
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