25 SEPTEMBER 2017

Marko optimistic about Red Bull-Honda future

Red Bull is "optimistic" about Honda's future in formula one.

McLaren-Renault targets race win in 2018

Eric Boullier thinks McLaren can make a swift return to the top step of the podium.

F1 presses ahead with engine rule change

F1 has resisted a push to call off a scheduled engine rule change for 2018.

Palmer set to keep Renault seat in 2017

Jolyon Palmer looks set to keep his race seat at Renault for the rest of the 2018 season.

Vasseur admits Ericsson could leave Sauber

Frederic Vasseur says Mercedes junior Pascal Wehrlein is still in the running to stay at Sauber next year.

22 SEPTEMBER 2017

Earthquake will not stop Mexico GP

Next month's grand prix in Mexico City looks set to go ahead, despite a devastating earthquake whose death toll is approaching 300.

McLaren offered Honda sabbatical option says Boullier

Honda rejected a proposal whereby it would take a "sabbatical" and return to McLaren at a later date.

Sainz unsure of early Renault debut

Carlos Sainz says he still doesn't know which car he will be racing in Malaysia next week.

Vettel engine not damaged in crash

Sebastian Vettel's engine was not damaged in his first-lap Singapore crash last weekend.

Renault will part with Red Bull

Cyril Abiteboul has all but confirmed reports Renault and Red Bull will split after next season.

Mateschitz not tired of F1 says Berger

Gerhard Berger has hit back at rumours Red Bull is getting "tired" of formula one.

Sauber tipped to choose drivers soon

Sauber will reportedly make the call about its 2018 driver lineup soon.

21 SEPTEMBER 2017

Sainz can race for Red Bull in 2019?

Carlos Sainz could wind up at Red Bull's senior F1 team in 2019.

Vettel can still win 2017 title says Brawn

F1 boss Ross Brawn has backed Sebastian Vettel to bounce back and continue to fight for the 2017 title.

Earthquake hits Mexico before October F1 race

A dark cloud has moved above Mexico, just over a month before the country is scheduled to host its grand prix.

20 SEPTEMBER 2017

McLaren only two weeks behind says Boullier

Eric Boullier insists the long-running 'will they or won't they?' McLaren-Honda divorce saga has only slightly delayed the British team's preparations for 2018.

Title hopes not over for Vettel

Lewis Hamilton says his championship rival Sebastian Vettel cannot be written off.

Haas defends Singapore team orders

Haas boss Gunther Steiner has defended a case of 'team orders' imposed in Singapore last weekend.

Auer future unchanged after Force India decisions

Lucas Auer says Force India deciding to keep the same drivers for 2018 doesn't affect his own motor racing future.

Michael Schumacher could move to America

Michael Schumacher could be set to relocate to the United States.

19 SEPTEMBER 2017

Toro Rosso a better fit for Honda says Yamamoto

Honda thinks Toro Rosso could be a better fit for the Japanese marque than McLaren.

Italy slams Ferrari after Singapore disaster

The Italian press has lashed out at Ferrari and Sebastian Vettel after a disastrous Singapore grand prix.

Lauda blames Vettel for Singapore crash

Niki Lauda has joined scores of fans and insiders who blame Sebastian Vettel for putting his championship hopes in tatters in Singapore.

Title not lost for Vettel yet says Trulli

Jarno Trulli says it is still possible that Sebastian Vettel will win the 2017 title.

Bottas not number 2 driver says Wolff

Toto Wolff says he still will not designate Valtteri Bottas the 'number 2' driver behind Lewis Hamilton.

Raikkonen manager role not the same as before

Kimi Raikkonen effectively manages his own affairs in formula one.

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Straight Talk - The pros and cons of having team orders

By Luis Vasconcelos

Team orders have been part of motor racing since the sport was born more than one century ago. In the aftermath of yesterday's Belgian Grand Prix there are two teams that are seriously considering imposing team orders from Monza until the end of the season, but for completely different reasons and with completely different purposes.

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.

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