Daniel Ricciardo's surprising pace was "probably a factor" in the decision taken by Sebastian Vettel to leave Red Bull.
Ferrari has confirmed speculation Pedro de la Rosa is vacating his test-driver post.
Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed reports he remains determined to shake up F1's engine rules.
Bernie Ecclestone and a German bank are still locked in a legal fight.
F1 is now speeding towards yet another new set of engine regulations.
F1's owner CVC has made three notable appointments to the sport's executive board.
Mercedes has confirmed the departure of new world champion Lewis Hamilton's performance engineer Jock Clear.
Pedro de la Rosa has refused to comment on whether he will be following his countryman and friend out of Ferrari.
Michael Schumacher's son is taking his next steps in the wake of his fabled father.
Bernie Ecclestone has poked fun at the legal troubles that almost landed him in jail this year.
The sweeping pre-2015 revolution at Ferrari is continuing at full speed.
Christian Horner has confirmed that Red Bull's engine supplier Renault is now working with Mario Illien.
Lotus really was one of Fernando Alonso's options for the 2015 season, team owner Gerard Lopez has admitted.
Ferrari has confirmed reports top engineers Nikolas Tombazis and Pat Fry have left the Italian team.
Alain Prost gave Mercedes crucial advice early this year to help avoid a repeat of his troubled pairing with Ayrton Senna in the late 80s.
Red Bull has recovered up to a third of the trophies stolen from its F1 headquarters in a ram-raid earlier this month.
Christian Horner has likened Red Bull's new driver for 2015 to one of the most unique drivers in F1 history.
Paul Walsh is no longer a threat to Bernie Ecclestone's long reign over formula one.
Michael Schumacher was the most searched-for sportsman in 2014, the internet giant Google has announced.
Gene Haas has a close eye on Marussia as the backmarker team's collapse is completed over the next few days.
Ousted Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has backed the Italian team's signing of Sebastian Vettel for 2015.
Mercedes is reportedly ready to compromise amid the engine regulations dispute.
Sauber refugee Esteban Gutierrez has rescued his F1 career with a role at Ferrari.
Robert Kubica has suggested he is close to abandoning the idea of ever returning to formula one.
Even Niki Lauda admits he is not sure what is the future of F1's engine regulations.
Jean Todt has urged Ferrari to resist making revolutionary changes after faltering at the start of the new V6 era.
Ron Dennis has dismissed reports Fernando Alonso has built 'exit clauses' into his new McLaren-Honda contract.
Jean Todt says Max Verstappen is "too young" for formula one.
Fernando Alonso says he will not be following Nico Hulkenberg's lead by splitting his F1 duties with Le Mans next year.
Ron Dennis has likened Kevin Magnussen to champions Fernando Alonso and Mika Hakkinen, insisting the deposed rookie Dane's career is only on "pause".
Korea has become a potential spanner in the works for Nico Hulkenberg.
Bernie Ecclestone has ruled out the broadcasting of grands prix on the internet.
Jean-Eric Vergne has made a promising start to his post-F1 career.
McLaren has denied Bernie Ecclestone's claim that Ron Dennis has bought back majority ownership of the Woking based team.
For both Fernando Alonso and Ron Dennis, a successful F1 marriage is "unfinished business".
Bernie Ecclestone refuses to give up his crusade against F1's current engine formula.
Bernie Ecclestone has admitted Korea is unlikely to make its return to the F1 world championship next year.
Bernie Ecclestone on Thursday sounded unfazed following reports a new F1 chief intends to 'rein in' the long-time F1 supremo.
Mere hours ago, his F1 career appeared over, but Jenson Button is now half of what Ron Dennis is hailing as "easily the best lineup" in F1 today.
As expected early on Thursday, McLaren announced that Jenson Button has kept his race seat at McLaren for 2015.
Despite the passing of a deadline, beleaguered F1 backmarker Caterham's fight for survival continues.
F1's youngest ever driver Max Verstappen is expecting controversy about his age and experience to continue for now.
Pat Fry is the next major Ferrari name set to depart.
Once a race winner and title contender, Heinz-Harald Frentzen today drives a hearse and is recovering from knee surgery.
Nico Rosberg insists he has already bounced back from the disappointment of not winning the 2014 world championship.
British newspapers say Jenson Button has been selected to be fellow champion Fernando Alonso's Honda-powered McLaren teammate in 2015.
The long wait for news about McLaren's 2015 driver lineup finally appears to be over.
Red Bull is playing down the likely effect of Adrian Newey's diminished involvement.
As the McLaren wait rolls on, the British team is continuing to take criticism for leaving Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen in the lurch.
A source has reinforced reports Bernie Ecclestone could be 'reined in' by the incoming new F1 chairman.
Mercedes' F1 engine rivals are targeting a 'loophole' in the regulations, according to media reports.
Jean Todt has revealed his ambition to welcome "or or more" new teams to formula one.
Felipe Nasr has played down suggestions he is kicking off his F1 career with an ailing team.
Jolyon Palmer has expressed frustration that his new GP2 title has not proved an instant ticket to formula one.
Bernie Ecclestone has credited Mercedes' team management for preventing a "lousy" world championship in 2014.
Jenson Button has resorted to jokes as McLaren's farcical delay in announcing its 2015 driver lineup drags on.
Pascal Wehrlein could be a regular name on the F1 race circuits in the near future.
Another Italian is headed for McLaren, the Ferrari media insider Leo Turrini reports.
Mercedes was "surprised" when it realised the level of its dominance at the start of the radical new V6 era in 2014.
McLaren has denied its 2015 driver lineup is delayed due to a behind-the-scenes "problem".
Romain Grosjean admits he might still be looking to move away from Lotus after 2015.
Dr Helmut Marko has admitted the chances are high that Red Bull's stolen F1 trophies will be lost forever.
Sebastian Vettel has been named among the 300 richest residents of Switzerland.
Mercedes' former technical chief Bob Bell looks set to start work at Ferrari in March.
F1 will not miss the collapsing backmarker teams Caterham and Marussia.
Stefano Domenicali has returned to the world of open-wheel racing.
Paddy Lowe has vowed to improve Mercedes' reliability record.
Jules Bianchi's father says the injured F1 driver remains in a "stable" condition, more than two months after his Suzuka crash.
Felipe Massa has targeted the 2015 drivers' title.
Kamui Kobayashi looks set to keep his motor racing career alive outside of formula one.
More than 60 trophies won by Red Bull were stolen from the F1 team's factory late on Friday night.
Adrian Newey agreed a sensational move to Ferrari earlier this year, it has emerged.
Yet another week will draw to a close with no news forthcoming about McLaren's 2015 driver lineup.
Gene Haas, F1's newest team owner, has admitted to keeping a sharp eye on the turmoil at Maranello.
The F1 world is now eyeing yet another date for the delayed announcement of McLaren's 2015 driver lineup.
The F1 drivers' union GPDA has welcomed the outcome of the investigation into Jules Bianchi's Suzuka crash.
Reports Audi is contemplating a future in formula one are once again gathering steam.
The story of Korea's surprise return to the F1 calendar for 2015 has taken another bizarre twist.
Eric Boullier has admitted his first year as McLaren team boss has been a busy one.
Kevin Magnussen's hopes of retaining his McLaren seat may have taken a hit on Thursday.
Organisers of the former Korean grand prix have been caught off guard by the country's surprise return to the 2015 calendar.
Reports indicate Bernie Ecclestone's reign over formula one is once again under threat.
A former long-serving McLaren driver and a team insider have criticised the British outfit for its handling of the 2015 driver lineup deliberations.
Sebastian Vettel says he never lost respect for Daniel Ricciardo throughout the 2014 season.
Former F1 driver Patrick Tambay has hit out at the FIA for so squarely blaming Jules Bianchi for his life-threatening Suzuka crash.
F1 has added another race to the 2015 schedule, creating the prospect of an unprecedented trek to 21 grand prix destinations next year.
Max Verstappen could be the first and last 17-year-old to ever start a grand prix.
The Belgian grand prix in August was the turning point of Nico Rosberg's ill-fated 2014 championship campaign.
The next high-profile departure at Ferrari will be chief designer Nikolas Tombazis.
F1 could be set to lose one of its major free-to-air broadcasters in a key market, according to Germany's Sport Bild.
Red Bull has told departed team champion Sebastian Vettel it owes the German one of his title-winning cars -- but not yet.
F1's current engine regulations could push manufacturers out of the sport and convince others not to press ahead with projects in the future.
Daniil Kvyat insists he is relaxed as he steps into quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel's shoes at Red Bull.
Mika Hakkinen thinks Nico Rosberg can bounce back from title defeat in 2015.
Lotus has lost yet another sponsor to the resurgent Williams team.
F1 test driver Alexander Rossi is looking to switch to America's premier open wheeler series Indycar for 2015.
Max Mosley has not ruled out returning to F1 amid the risk that the sport's commercial contracts could be torn up.
Fernando Alonso could follow Nico Hulkenberg's lead in splitting his F1 duties with a sensational debut at the fabled Le Mans 24 hours next year.
Niki Lauda has recalled how one "important piece" of Mercedes' utter dominance this year was actually put in place in 2012.
McLaren's protracted driver deliberations will finally come to a head later this week.
Toto Wolff thinks there is little danger the F1 grid will fall below 18 cars for the 2015 season.
Romain Grosjean says he was in talks with teams including Ferrari until the 2015 driver market was "shaken up" by Sebastian Vettel.
2014 engine rivals Renault and Ferrari appear unlikely to close the gap to dominant Mercedes before the start of next season.
Just as Carlos Sainz settles in at Toro Rosso, it emerges that a major sponsor is staying with the Red Bull-owned team after all.
Sebastian Vettel has wasted no time in kicking off his Ferrari career in earnest.
McLaren will not announce its 2015 driver lineup on Monday.
F1 veteran Mark Webber is in hospital in Sao Paulo following a huge crash during a sports car race in Brazil.
Jean-Eric Vergne has revealed his next move could be to Indycar.
Marussia appears to be close to the end of the line.
Toro Rosso's new recruit has announced he no longer wants to be called 'Junior'.
F1 has created a new working group with an eye on future generations.
Lewis Hamilton says he does not feel the lure of F1's most famous team.
Mercedes would like to go head-to-head in F1 with Germany's other two premium carmaker brands.
Mercedes chairman Dieter Zetsche says he wants formula one to maintain a healthy grid.
Scudera Toro Rosso has announced today that Carlos Sainz Jr will join the team to race alongside fellow rookie Max Verstappen for the 2015 season.
Sebastian Vettel's press office has denied claims the German driver reached mind-numbing speeds on the public roads of Abu Dhabi last week.
Williams on Friday confirmed Susie Wolff is staying with the team as test driver in 2015.
The F1 Commission this week failed to act on the issue of the sport's struggling small teams.
A major backer of the Lotus team has switched allegiances within the F1 pitlane.
Jean-Eric Vergne says he was a contender to replace the Ferrari-bound Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull.
Nico Hulkenberg will contest next year's Le Mans 24 hour race.
Marco Mattiacci has broken his silence to suggest Sebastian Vettel was his "parting gift" to Ferrari.
Red Bull's illegal front wing in Abu Dhabi may have been grounds for a race ban.
David Coulthard says he was blown away by the performance of this year's title-winning Mercedes turbo V6 engine.
F1 has moved to scrap the highly controversial double points system ahead of the 2015 season.
Before departing Abu Dhabi, boss Eric Boullier told Spanish television Movistar the British team has "no reason to panic".
The European Commission (EC) is now looking into potential anti-competition breaches within formula one, according to international media reports.
Red Bull will announce the identity of Jean-Eric Vergne's successor at the junior team Toro Rosso in the coming days.
Sebastian Vettel will take private lessons in Italian as he gets up to speed with life at Ferrari.
Jean-Eric Vergne has announced his departure from Toro Rosso.
Nico Rosberg insists he is "not angry" with Mercedes after technical trouble ended his world championship hopes last Sunday.
Mercedes thwarted a Ferrari 'spy' during the post-race Abu Dhabi test on Wednesday.
A German lifestyle magazine is being criticised for publishing a photo of Michael Schumacher on the cover of its latest issue.
Ron Dennis has played down suggestions Honda's 2015 engine programme is running behind schedule.
Fernando Alonso has wasted no time in strongly distancing himself from Ferrari, where he spent the past five seasons as the fabled team's 'number 1' driver.
FIA president Jean Todt insists he does not have unlimited powers to force change within the seemingly crisis-struck world of formula one.
Sebastian Vettel breached his contract by kicking off his Ferrari career early on Tuesday.
Valtteri Bottas' managers have played down rumours linking the on-form Finn with a move to Ferrari.
New GP2 champion Jolyon Palmer is hoping for "a role" with Force India in 2015.
Carlos Sainz jr has denied he already knows he will make his F1 debut with Toro Rosso next year.
Denmark is the latest country in the queue to host a formula one race.
2014 world champion Lewis Hamilton wants to keep his personal race number 44 next year rather than switch to number 1.
Even Ron Dennis is now beginning to hint that Fernando Alonso is set to return to McLaren.
Qatar, the small Arab country, looks set to break F1's record for the highest-paying grand prix host.
Daniel Ricciardo, the new de-facto number 1 at Red Bull, says he can understand why Sebastian Vettel is heading to Ferrari.
Carlos Sainz jr says he hopes Toro Rosso will shortly announce his 2015 debut.
The German broadcaster RTL has blamed formula one for declining television ratings in 2015.
Ferrari on Monday confirmed reports team boss Marco Mattiacci is being replaced after just seven months in the job.
Lewis Hamilton is the man who won the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and his second world championship. He did it in style, grabbing the lead from title rival and Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg at the start, leading most of the way, and winning his 11th race of the season.
Fernando Alonso completed his Ferrari career on Sunday still refusing to confirm widespread speculation his next move is to McLaren-Honda.
Rival F1 team Force India has blasted outgoing world champions Red Bull as the "cheats" of the sport.
With Lewis Hamilton now a double world champion, Mercedes has vowed to waste no time in signing him up for the future.
Marco Mattiacci has done little to reject rumours he is set to depart as Ferrari's team boss.
As their fierce rivalry this year came to its zenith on Sunday, Nico Rosberg was notably gracious in defeat.
Carlos Sainz jr could be unveiled within days as Toro Rosso's new driver for 2015.
Michael Schumacher's manager Sabine Kehm says it is "not possible" to talk about how long it will take the F1 legend to recover.
Abu Dhabi GP - Race Notes
Abu Dhabi GP - Sunday Photos
Abu Dhabi GP - Sunday Press Conference
Abu Dhabi GP - Sunday Team Quotes
Abu Dhabi GP - Race Results
Red Bull cried foul on Saturday after its cars were disqualified from qualifying in Abu Dhabi.
Jean-Eric Vergne appears to have missed out on a Toro Rosso seat for 2015.
Nico Rosberg has been busily playing the psychological game this weekend as he clings to his world championship chances.
Sebastian Vettel has hit out at Red Bull for blocking him from making his Ferrari test debut next week.
A new name "might" have leapt into contention to become Fernando Alonso's teammate at McLaren-Honda next year.
Bernie Ecclestone on Saturday said he is prepared to "tear up" contracts and start again, as the sport's civil war appeared to ease slightly in Abu Dhabi.
Fernando Alonso has lashed back at Marco Mattiacci for questioning his commitment and motivation.
The latest names linked with Ferrari are Ross Brawn and Valtteri Bottas.
Red Bull Racing's drivers Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo were excluded from qualifying for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after it was found that they had illegal front wings.
The Sahara Force India Formula One team has announced that driver Sergio Perez has extended his contract with the team for the 2015 season.
Abu Dhabi GP - Saturday Photos
Abu Dhabi GP - Saturday Press Conference
Abu Dhabi GP - Saturday Team Quotes
F1's three angry teams seemed slightly less angry on Saturday after a meeting with Donald Mackenzie.
After just seven months in the job, Marco Mattiacci is set to lose his role as Ferrari team boss.
Abu Dhabi GP - Qualifying Report
Abu Dhabi GP - Qualifying Results
McLaren's new front wing bears a striking resemblance to the one fitted to the 2014 Red Bull.
Jarno Trulli has admitted he is surprised his old F1 teammate Fernando Alonso did not make his five-year Ferrari marriage work.
The civil war in formula one continues to rage.
Niki Lauda has admitted it is possible Sunday's championship showdown will end with a crash.
Antonio Felix da Costa, a former Red Bull-backed F1 hopeful, says Carlos Sainz jr now deserves his chance in formula one.
Red Bull has proposed a new engine formula for the sport.
Romain Grosjean says he is retaining the backing of the French oil company Total.
Giedo van der Garde was denied access to the Abu Dhabi paddock, the Swiss newspaper Blick reports.
Caterham may have to use a 2014 engine if it is to make it onto next year's F1 grid.
Force India has played down Jolyon Palmer's hopes of moving into formula one next year.
Abu Dhabi GP - Practice 3 Report
Abu Dhabi GP - Practice 3 Results
Abu Dhabi GP - Friday Photos
Abu Dhabi GP - Friday Press Conference
Sebastian Vettel may be joining Ferrari at just the right moment.
Abu Dhabi GP - Practice 2 Report
Abu Dhabi GP - Friday Team Quotes
Abu Dhabi GP - Practice 2 Results
Abu Dhabi GP - Practice 1 Report
Abu Dhabi GP - Practice 1 Results
Fernando Alonso thinks his Ferrari successor Sebastian Vettel will need "luck" in the years that lie ahead of him.
Toto Wolff is sure Mercedes' in-house battle for the biggest prize in motor sport this weekend will not boil over.
Jenson Button says the last two months have taught him how to "live in the moment".
Esteban Gutierrez has admitted becoming a test driver is a possibility for 2015.
Caterham's acting boss Finbarr O'Connell has thanked the world of formula one for helping the team to make its F1 comeback this weekend.
With F1's biggest names swapping teams and the 2014 championship entering its decisive showdown, the furore over the future of the sport enjoyed a brief sojourn on Thursday.
Nico Rosberg has kicked off the Abu Dhabi championship showdown by telling teammate Lewis Hamilton to keep their fight clean.
Abu Dhabi GP - Thursday Press Conference
Finally, the open secrets about Fernando Alonso and Sebastian Vettel's futures became officially clear on Thursday.
Fernando Alonso endured an uncomfortable moment in Abu Dhabi on Thursday afternoon.
Abu Dhabi's long-term place on the F1 calendar is secure.
A strong Williams driver is Nico Rosberg's best hope of winning the 2014 title against the odds.
Former F1 driver Johnny Herbert has urged McLaren to consider keeping Jenson Button to be Fernando Alonso's Honda-powered teammate.
Simona de Silvestro has split with her manager.
Mercedes is determined to ensure the 2014 title is decided in Abu Dhabi by events other than a technical failure.
Rubens Barrichello has denied he is about to make a sensational return to F1 to complete the 2014 season with Caterham.
Caterham has completed its driver lineup for the Abu Dhabi comeback.
Jules Bianchi "will be very heavily disabled" if he ever emerges from his coma, according to the former F1 driver Philippe Streiff.
Bernie Ecclestone says India could return to the F1 calendar in 2016.
The threat of a major civil war within formula one is growing by the day.
Marussia's eleventh-hour bid to return to action in Abu Dhabi has failed.
Ferrari has denied reports it is now officially confirming Sebastian Vettel's 2015 switch.
Romain Grosjean will stay at Lotus in 2015, the Enstone team announced on Wednesday.
Jules Bianchi is no longer in Japan, his family announced on Wednesday.
Staff wearing Marussia team shirts were spotted on Wednesday in the Abu Dhabi paddock.
Force India is giving new GP2 champion Jolyon Palmer his F1 break.
As the Abu Dhabi paddock begins to fill, F1 pundits are busily picking their favourite for the 2014 world championship.
Bernie Ecclestone has hit back with fury at a letter demanding talks with F1's small teams in Abu Dhabi this weekend.
Mark Webber has backed his former Red Bull teammate Sebastian Vettel's move to Ferrari.
An extreme proposal to equalise engine performance in F1 does not even have the support of Renault works team Red Bull.
Haas, F1's new team for 2016, is not determined to field an American driver.
Michelin is not ruling out a return to formula one.
Toro Rosso remains the "only option" for Carlos Sainz jr's formula one debut in 2015.
As Caterham prepares in Abu Dhabi for its F1 return this weekend, a round of intriguing speculation is taking place.
Mark Webber has admitted he is concerned about the road on which F1 has turned.
Human rights organisation Amnesty International has criticised Abu Dhabi in the days before F1's high-profile and glitzy season finale.
The long wait to know McLaren's official 2015 driver lineup is not yet over.
Caterham has bucked expectations and arrived in Abu Dhabi for the 2014 finale.
Gerhard Berger has played down Nico Rosberg's chances of winning the world championship this weekend in Abu Dhabi.
Adrian Sutil may have breached the terms of his Sauber contract in 2014, the Dutch publication Formule1 reports.
New GP2 champion Jolyon Palmer is not among the numerous contenders to race for the returning Caterham in Abu Dhabi.
Sebastian Vettel has hinted once again that he will be a Ferrari driver in 2015.
Christian Horner has put an alarming horse power figure on Renault's deficit to dominant Mercedes in 2014.
Disgruntled small teams Force India, Lotus and Sauber have written a letter to express alarm that F1 appears headed in the direction of 'Super GP2'.
Outgoing world champion Sebastian Vettel thinks it is possible Nico Rosberg will become his title-winning successor this weekend in Abu Dhabi.
McLaren is parting company with Gary Paffett, long-time test and reserve driver with the British team since 2006.
Mercedes has scheduled urgent contractual talks with Lewis Hamilton, as the team looks to keep its dominant pairing together beyond 2015.
Buoyed by the end of his legal troubles, Bernie Ecclestone says he is now determined to never step down as F1 chief executive.
Kimi Raikkonen is even looking beyond 2015 as he aims to keep his Ferrari career alive for at least two more years.
The list of potential teammates for confirmed Caterham driver Kamui Kobayashi in Abu Dhabi is growing by the hour.
Fernando Alonso has made what might be his last PR appearance for Ferrari in the lead-in to this weekend's 2014 season finale.
Max Chilton has emerged as a surprise candidate to race the second Caterham in Abu Dhabi this weekend.
Caterham's administrators have reappointed Kamui Kobayashi to contest the 2014 finale in Abu Dhabi next weekend.
Sebastian Vettel has apparently grown tired of the extended wait to officially announce his switch to Ferrari.
On the very day Caterham announced it will return to the grid in Abu Dhabi, the F1 team's entire staff was made redundant.
As the double-points finale approaches, Bernie Ecclestone has admitted the controversial scheme will be dropped for 2014.
McLaren's new works Honda era got up and revving at Silverstone on Friday.
F1 teams have hit back at Bernie Ecclestone's attitude about social media.
Caterham on Friday announced it will return to formula one to contest the season finale in Abu Dhabi.
Bernie Ecclestone has ensured the world of formula one on Friday will be discussing one thing -- his controversial views.
Caterham's administrator on Friday said the team is preparing equipment to be shipped to the season finale in Abu Dhabi.
Toto Wolff has hit back at claims F1 is heading into a spending war because of Mercedes' attitude amid the engine 'unfreeze' debate.
Felipe Massa's manager says the Brazilian has rarely been happier in formula one.
Friday's deadline looks set to come and go without Caterham raising the $3.7 million it needs through crowdfunding.
Carlos Sainz jr may have emerged as a shock candidate to be Fernando Alonso's teammate next year.
Almost six weeks on, there is "no change" in Jules Bianchi's condition.
Another Newey is plotting a course to the F1 grid.
McLaren is taking the 90 minute trip from its Woking headquarters on Friday to Silverstone, where the new works Honda era will begin.
The crisis of collapsing and complaining teams looks set to once again spoil plans for F1's stock market floatation.
Ferrari has given the strongest sign yet that Kimi Raikkonen will definitely still be wearing red in 2015.
Sebastian Vettel has admitted he weighed up switching to another team versus quitting formula one altogether ahead of the 2015 season.
Yet another week is threatening to pass with Fernando Alonso's future still unclear.
Romain Grosjean has followed Sebastian Vettel's lead in jumping the gun on his 2015 plans.
Even if Caterham makes the Abu Dhabi grid, regular driver Marcus Ericsson will not be at the wheel of a green car.
Sebastian Vettel has unofficially confirmed that he will be a Ferrari driver in 2015.
Felipe Massa has hit back at F1 legend Nelson Piquet's harsh critique of modern formula one.
Officially, Fernando Alonso is still deciding if he should leave Ferrari for another team.
Flavio Briatore thinks his friend and regular business partner Bernie Ecclestone has pulled off a masterstroke with 'double points' in 2014.
India is unlikely to return to the F1 calendar until at least 2017, a senior official at former race promoter Jaypee has admitted.
For the first time since 2007, Fernando Alonso will make a visit to Woking this week, authoritative media sources are reporting.
Fernando Alonso could take his race engineer from Ferrari to McLaren-Honda for 2015, it has emerged.
Sebastian Vettel needs to hope for a "spectacular" Ferrari next year, according to Flavio Briatore.
As the 2014 season winds to a close, the prospect of three-car teams for 2015 remains a mystery.
Vijay Mallya has played down the latest reports questioning the financial health of his F1 team Force India.
Felipe Massa has rejected Nico Rosberg's call to help him win the 2014 world championship.
Brazilian GP - Race Report
Mercedes has warned it will quit formula one if moves to revive the old V8 era are successful.
On track in Brazil, a thrilling and intense battle for the drivers' world championship that will now go down to the wire continued to play out.
With only the 'Abu Double' showdown to run, Nico Rosberg nibbled back into title rival Lewis Hamilton's now 17-point lead with victory in Brazil.
Fernando Alonso has departed yet another F1 circuit at the tail end of the 2014 season giving little away about his next move.
As plans for three-car and customer teams emerge, F1 may in fact have a full grid for 2015.
Christian Horner has criticised Mercedes for continuing to block moves for an engine development 'unfreeze' for 2015.
New Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne has reportedly expressed concerns about the Italian team's 2015 project.
Brazilian GP - Race Notes
Brazilian GP - Sunday Photos
Brazilian GP - Sunday Press Conference
Brazilian GP - Sunday Team Quotes
Brazilian GP - Race Results
A week after the boycott threats of Austin, struggling teams Lotus, Force India and Sauber travelled to Brazil apparently close to a 'fighting fund' bailout that would secure their future.
In Brazil, probably Fernando Alonso's penultimate race for Ferrari, the Spaniard has given more hints than ever that his tenure in red is almost over.
Nico Rosberg secured a trophy after qualifying on pole for Sunday's Brazilian grand prix.
With progress also having stalled over the small teams' touted 'fighting fund', Toto Wolff emerged from a big team bosses meeting at Interlagos on Saturday with little news.
Brazilian GP - Qualifying Report
Brazilian GP - Saturday Press Conference
Brazilian GP - Saturday Team Quotes
Brazilian GP - Qualifying Results
Bernie Ecclestone has joined those who are heavily critical of Caterham's plea for fans' money to get the struggling team back on track.
Brazilian GP - Practice 3 Report
Brazilian GP - Practice 3 Results
ernando Alonso remains the big player as the F1 driver 'silly season' reaches its climax for another year.
Progress on the 2015 engine 'unfreeze' may not be as simple as first thought.
As Marussia reaches the end of the line, fellow absent backmarker Caterham wants F1 fans to fund its Abu Dhabi comeback later this month.
Brazilian GP - Practice 2 Report
Brazilian GP - Friday Photos
Brazilian GP - Friday Press Conference
Brazilian GP - Friday Team Quotes
Brazilian GP - Practice 2 Results
As 18 F1 cars practiced in Brazil, one of the absent teams came to the end of the line.
Brazilian GP - Practice 1 Report
Brazilian GP - Practice 1 Results
On the one hand, everyone in the F1 paddock now knows what the top of the grid will look like in 2015.
Felipe Nasr, a low-profile F1 presence until now, has burst into a storm in the Interlagos paddock.
Lotus is set to announce that Romain Grosjean is staying with the Enstone team in 2015.
Williams is not ready to welcome a driver of Fernando Alonso's stature.
No longer Ferrari's long-time president, Luca di Montezemolo's next move is now clear.
Carlos Sainz jr has admitted not moving up to formula one next year would be a "big blow".
Fernando Alonso admitted on Thursday that his plans to launch a professional cycling team in 2015 have been delayed.
Brazilian GP - Thursday Press Conference
Mere days but a hemisphere later, the F1 'silly season' has moved on yet again between the US and Brazilian double-header.
Most members of F1's travelling circus touched down in Sao Paulo this week and cursed not packing an umbrella.
McLaren has warned Fernando Alonso he is running out of time to commit to the British team for the 2015 season.
Romain Grosjean is edging close to a deal to remain with Lotus for 2015.
Lewis Hamilton has produced championship-winning performance alongside former title favourite Nico Rosberg in the latter stages of 2014.
Jean-Eric Vergne is suddenly sounding very confident about his future in F1.
Caterham is preparing to return to formula one for F1's 2014 finale in Abu Dhabi next month.
Organisers of the Brazilian grand prix have tweaked safety measures in light of Jules Bianchi's life-threatening Suzuka crash a month ago.
Sauber has locked Adrian Sutil, Esteban Gutierrez and Giedo van der Garde out of formula one for now.
Caterham and Marussia have both entered the 2015 world championship.
With Nico Hulkenberg already signed up for 2015, all eyes at Force India are now on Sergio Perez.
Evidence is building by the day that Fernando Alonso is McLaren-bound.
Gerhard Berger has played down persistent speculation his next move could be a return to the F1 paddock.
The pressure on Kimi Raikkonen to up his game is of the "positive" variety, Ferrari team boss Marco Mattiacci insists.
After a frantic period of mystery and speculation, the course of Fernando Alonso's future is now beginning to clear.
F1 authorities are scrambling this week to put down a lingering boycott threat ahead of the Brazilian grand prix.
Earlier the runaway title leader, Nico Rosberg's championship hopes have faded dramatically after five straight wins for teammate Lewis Hamilton.
Talks over a touted engine 'unfreeze' for the 2015 season appear to have taken a dramatic turn.
Adrian Sutil could keep his F1 dream alive by moving to the new Haas F1 Team for 2016.
United States GP - Race Report
F1 may have moved a small step towards ending the boycott threat.
Lewis Hamilton on Sunday continued to charge towards his second world title, but his Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg is guaranteed to still be in the title fight for the finale that could be referred to as 'Abu Double'.
Two hours before Sunday's US grand prix, the risk that only 12 cars would race still existed.
The Spanish multinational Santander is staying at Ferrari even if the closely-aligned Fernando Alonso jumps ship.
Renault has denied reports it has recruited renowned former F1 engine guru Mario Illien to help close the gap on dominant Mercedes.
Former F1 doctor Gary Hartstein has expressed doubt Michael Schumacher will ever recover from his ski crash brain injuries.
Sergio Perez has been given a 7 place grid penalty for causing an accident with Adrian Sutil during the first lap of today‚Äö√Ñ√¥s United States Grand Prix.
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The smell of crisis is in the air in Austin, as Bernie Ecclestone scrabbles to end a boycott threat and put failing teams back on track.
Sauber looks set to field an all-new driver lineup next year, after confirming Caterham refugee Marcus Ericsson is joining the Swiss team in 2015.
Fernando Alonso's future continues to be clouded in mystery.
Sauber has announced that rookie Marcus Ericsson will drive for the Swiss team in 2015.
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Renault has recruited renowned F1 engine guru Mario Illien as it and works partner Red Bull vow to close the gap on dominant Mercedes.
Battle lines are being drawn as F1 reacts to the 'crisis' of collapsing teams.
Lewis Hamilton is "scaling back" his deal with Simon Fuller, the entertainment manager famed for his involvement with American Idol and the Spice Girls.
Toro Rosso boss Franz Tost has admitted he would like to keep Jean-Eric Vergne on board for the 2015 season.
Like his 2014 teammate Marcus Ericsson, Kamui Kobayashi has travelled to Austin without a formula one car to drive.
Sebastian Vettel will make a brief appearance during qualifying on Saturday ahead of the US grand prix in Austin.
Williams' two F1 bosses are missing in action this weekend for the US grand prix.
Susie Wolff will extend her deal with Williams into the 2015 season, according to the German newspaper Bild.