Sauber could be set for a change of engine supplier for 2016.
Felipe Nasr has played down earlier speculation that linked him with a potential switch to Williams for 2016.
Franz Tost, the team boss at Toro Rosso, has compared F1 teen sensation Max Verstappen to quadruple world champion Sebastian Vettel.
An FIA official has played down a media row with Lotus' female 'development driver' Carmen Jorda.
F1's teams and drivers may be packing their bags for the summer break, but there will be no such factory shutdown at Honda.
A trio of drivers has emerged at the top of the shortlist to race for the new F1 team Haas in 2016.
Hockenheim has cut ticket prices as it bids to secure the future of formula one in Germany.
Carlos Sainz is the most overtaken driver on the 2015 grid.
Ron Dennis has only until the end of the season to take majority control of McLaren, the German publication Speed Week reports.
Ferrari may issue a surprise at Monza in September by keeping its full team together for 2016.
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Max Verstappen's father has added another denial to lingering speculation the teen Dutchman might be a candidate for Ferrari in 2016.
Gerhard Berger has hailed the performance in 2015 of his old team Ferrari.
Mercedes has reportedly now joined Ferrari in being prepared to supply engines to Red Bull in 2016.
Struggling Honda is preparing to take a significant step forward of up to 50 horse power after the summer break.
Jenson Button has backed former F1 driver Juan Pablo Montoya's proposal to spice up the sport "straight away".
Discontent is brewing over F1's proposed calendar for 2016.
Sebastian Vettel is in the hunt for the 2015 title.
Organisers of the inaugural grand prix in the Azerbaijan capital Baku have welcomed their summer race date on the 2016 calendar.
For the first time in the 'power unit' era otherwise dominated by the German team, Mercedes "did not deserve" a podium finish in Hungary.
Ferrari looks set to allow the 2016 'option' in Kimi Raikkonen's current contract to lapse.
Among Renault's top brass, it is decision time.
A tweak to the layout of Singapore's F1 street circuit could boost overtaking.
GP2 driver Alexander Rossi is not ruling out a move into formula one next year with the new American team Haas.
Monza has reportedly taken a major step towards securing the future of its historic Italian grand prix.
Jenson Button has been linked with a shock move from the F1 grid to the television presenter's chair.
Bernie Ecclestone thinks F1 is too democratic.
The promoter of the Russian grand prix is hoping Daniil Kvyat can challenge for victory at Sochi later this year.
Mercedes is worried a developing problem with its race starts could begin to dent the team's cruise to the 2015 world championships.
Force India has denied compromising safety in the close fight for fifth in this year's constructors' world championship.
The Italian prime minister could add more muscle to Monza's fight to retain its historic formula one race.
Red Bull is not expecting its surge in form to stay on track beyond the Hungarian grand prix.
Kimi Raikkonen may have moved a step closer to keeping his Ferrari race seat for 2016.
Carlos Sainz has played down his anger with Toro Rosso, after making comments suggesting the team may be favouring Max Verstappen.
Fingers were being pointed at the Hungaroring's curbs after Force India suffered a second failure of the weekend with its new 'B'-spec car.
Renault appears to be charging towards a future without Red Bull.
Jenson Button looks set to be retained by McLaren-Honda in 2016.
Hungarian GP - Race Report
Bernie Ecclestone and Ferrari have denied wild claims the television broadcast of Sunday's Hungarian grand prix amounted to a 'boycott' of the fabled Italian team.
"Whoever said formula one is boring looks stupid now," declared F1 legend Niki Lauda after a thrilling Hungarian grand prix.
Maurizio Arrivabene has denied he will now spend the summer break thinking about Kimi Raikkonen's future.
Carlos Sainz admitted he was angry with his team after Sunday's Hungarian grand prix.
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Fernando Alonso was a hero of qualifying in Hungary, although he admitted formula one is "not as exciting" to him anymore.
Nico Rosberg has sympathy for the plight of former champion Fernando Alonso.
Niki Lauda has tipped Fernando Alonso and McLaren-Honda to bounce back from their current trough.
Team bosses are concerned about F1's plans for an unprecedented 21 grands prix next year.
Niki Lauda has hailed the dominance of Lewis Hamilton this weekend in Hungary.
Red Bull needs to take back control of its destiny in formula one, according to team boss Christian Horner.
Lotus has admitted it is in talks to be bought out by Renault.
Manor might have points on the board if it was powered by an up-to-date engine.
Hungary might be a one-off for the much more competitive Red Bull team.
From Valtteri Bottas to Max Verstappen, drivers up and down pitlane are being linked with a Ferrari seat for 2016.
Eric Boullier says he is not thrilled with the further reduction of testing in formula one.
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Roberto Merhi is now hoping to make it all the way to the end of the season with Manor.
A tyre even softer than Pirelli's so-called 'super soft' looks set to make its bow in 2016.
The Hungarian grand prix looks set to stay on the F1 calendar.
Luca di Montezemolo has credited F1 legend Michael Schumacher as he was inducted into the Automotive 'Hall of Fame' in Detroit.
Many in the paddock are in a holding pattern as Renault's future in formula one remains unclear.
The ball is in Williams' court regarding a potential move for Valtteri Bottas.
Hungarian GP - Practice 3 Report
Hungarian GP - Practice 3 Results
A week after Jules Bianchi's death, the tragedy was still front and centre on Friday when Sergio Perez rolled over in his Force India in Hungary practice.
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More supplier problems struck the Lotus team in Hungary on Friday.
McLaren could block a "romantic return" to Williams in 2016 for F1 veteran Jenson Button.
At the end of a tragic week full of moving tributes to the late Jules Bianchi, the F1 grid is now keen to get back up to full speed.
Honda is unveiling a 'token-free' engine upgrade in Hungary and the McLaren drivers will even dodge penalties for racing it.
Romain Grosjean has admitted his fingers are still crossed that rumours Renault is looking to buy back Lotus turn out to be true.
Rumours continue to swirl around the future of Kimi Raikkonen.
Hungarian GP - Practice 1 Report
Hungarian GP - Practice 1 Results
Lewis Hamilton had a prickly riposte for his teammate and title rival in Hungary when told that Nico Rosberg was complaining about his brakes.
Sauber chief Monisha Kaltenborn has admitted that counting her drivers out of the 'silly season' was a deliberate step in the name of stability.
Sebastian Vettel has hailed as "a miracle" the progress made in 2015 by Ferrari.
Valtteri Bottas will be running the only version of a new front wing on his Williams in Hungary.
Hungarian GP - Thursday Press Conference
Valtteri Bottas on Thursday did not deny raging speculation he will switch to Ferrari for 2016.
Sauber has counted its race drivers out of the 2016 'silly season'.
Hungary will be an important test of Williams' prospects for the rest of the 2015 season.
Hans-Joachim Stuck says he "cannot understand" Bernie Ecclestone having allowed Germany to fall off the 2015 schedule.
Luca di Montezemolo was in the running to take the top job in formula one, Bernie Ecclestone has revealed.
Monisha Kaltenborn says Sauber remains in contact with its former owner and works partner BMW.
A big topic of conversation in the Hungaroring paddock this weekend will be the future of Kimi Raikkonen.
Next to the Jules Bianchi tragedy and Ferrari's 2016 lineup, another key topic in Hungary this weekend will be the future of Renault.
Another team boss has called F1 newcomer Gene Haas' approach to building up his 2016 outfit "smart".
Ferrari has confirmed the impending arrival at Maranello of former Mercedes engineer Jock Clear.
The decision about F1's tyre supplier for 2016 has been moved into the hands of Bernie Ecclestone.
Jules Bianchi was subjected to a brutal force of 254G in his 2014 crash at Suzuka that ultimately cost the talented Frenchman his life.
A piece of paper helped to calm the situation between warring teammates Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg.
Williams might have to take a back seat in Hungary this weekend, despite dicing with Mercedes for victory last time out.
F1 has scrapped in-season testing for 2016, Italy's La Gazzetta dello Sport reports.
Williams finds itself in the same predicament as Lotus, when the Enstone team tried to push towards the very top of formula one.
Daniil Kvyat has admitted to some relief that his difficulties of early 2015 are now behind him.
Mourning F1 drivers will carry on their cars the 'CiaoJules' hashtag tribute to their fallen rival Jules Bianchi this weekend in Hungary.
F1's stars let tears flow on Tuesday as their friend and rival Jules Bianchi was laid to rest.
James Allison has hit back at rumours he might be the victim of Ferrari's new slump.
Toro Rosso's young rookies have hit back at claims formula one is increasingly "easy".
Nico Rosberg is sure he can keep pushing teammate Lewis Hamilton in the fight for the 2015 title.
Toro Rosso chief Franz Tost is hoping Renault can now add much-needed performance to its 2015 'power unit'.
Lotus has swerved being ordered into administration by reaching an agreement with a disgruntled supplier.
A number of current F1 drivers will travel to Nice on Tuesday for the funeral of their fallen rival Jules Bianchi.
Williams has taken up its contract 'option' on Felipe Massa for the 2016 season.
Lotus is behind in 27 bills adding up to almost $1 million, the Sunday Express reports.
The late Jules Bianchi was destined for a future race seat at Ferrari.
F1 is pressing ahead with safety advances as the sport mourns the death of former Marussia driver Jules Bianchi.
Michelin is still in the running to become F1's new tyre supplier in 2017.
Carlos Sainz has defended his countryman and mentor Fernando Alonso, amid claims 'bad decisions' have marred the Spaniard's F1 career.
Nico Hulkenberg may still be in the running to replace Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari next year.
Former German grand prix venue the Nurburgring has admitted the fate of the race in 2017 is uncertain.
Two F1 drivers have hit back at suggestions the world championship is no longer the pinnacle of motor sport.
It is with great sadness that we must report that F1 driver Jules Bianchi has died.
The 'silly season' looks set to burst into life.
This year's Russian grand prix is in danger of last-minute collapse, Russian media and Germany's Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper report.
Valtteri Bottas has reached a deal with Ferrari to replace Finnish countryman Kimi Raikkonen from 2016.
The uncertainty about the future of the German grand prix is not yet over.
Renowned F1 circuit designer Hermann Tilke says the loss of the fearsome Peraltada corner from the Mexico layout was unavoidable.
Jean Alesi has confirmed rumours he was caught speeding this week at 60kph above the legal limit on a road in Germany.
Former F1 driver Allan McNish has questioned whether Honda can ever make a success of its new collaboration with McLaren.
F1 fans and insiders were scratching their heads this week when they spotted a radical Williams nose.
Haas, the new American F1 team, has defended itself amid speculation it is already bending the rules.
As Ferrari's 2015 resurgence arguably stalls, eyes are beginning to shift to the unextended contract held by technical boss James Allison.
Daniil Kvyat appears to have secured his place at Red Bull Racing for now.
Valtteri Bottas says he will always be "grateful" to Williams for bringing him into formula one.
Flavio Briatore has hit out at the media coverage of his conviction for tax evasion.
Max Verstappen's father has put a lid on speculation linking the Toro Rosso rookie with a sensational switch to Ferrari.
Hockenheim's chief has urged German fans to turn up in numbers next year as the country returns to the formula one calendar.
A former F1 driver has this week been caught speeding in Germany.
Ron Dennis has admitted he "definitely" expected McLaren-Honda to be performing better than it is at the mid-season point of 2015.
Christian Horner has admitted the rocky relationship between Red Bull and Renault is due to a loss of "patience".
Ferrari should leave Kimi Raikkonen behind, according to former F1 driver Marc Surer.
Max Verstappen says his big crash at Monaco helped him to find a new level in formula one.
F1's German TV broadcasters insist they remain keen to keep the sport on television.
Felipe Nasr has played down rumours linking him with a switch of teams for 2016.
Ron Dennis has defended the management structure at McLaren.
Mexico is right on track for its return to formula one this November.
Pirelli has vowed to try to spice up next year's grands prix.
There is more to Mercedes' dominance than simply power and downforce.
The return of a 'Procar' series would be one way to make heroes of today's F1 drivers.
Jenson Button has contradicted Ron Dennis by admitting his future at McLaren is uncertain.
Lotus has denied it is on the cusp of being sold back to Renault.
Russia says it is happy with its new early slot on the F1 calendar.
Christian Horner insists Red Bull will not simply poach the increasingly-lauded designer James Key from the junior team Toro Rosso.
Romain Grosjean is not sure the forthcoming 'driver aids' clampdown from August's Belgian grand prix will be a game changer.
F1's governing body is proposing a cost cap plan for formula one, along the lines of the idea floated recently by former FIA president Max Mosley.
Giedo van der Garde's next move in motor racing could be to German touring cars.
Jules Bianchi's father has admitted hopes are fading that the former Marussia driver will recover from his head injuries.
F1's governing body has released the first official race calendar for 2016, and it confirms the return of the German grand prix.
Gerard Lopez is planning a rare-in-2016 visit to a grand prix next weekend.
Stoffel Vandoorne and Jenson Button have found themselves in competition for the same F1 race seats for 2016, according to the Finnish newspaper Turun Sanomat.
Niki Lauda has hit back at suggestions he lacks "respect" for Ferrari.
F1 has taken another step towards being investigated by the European Commission.
Things are starting to look up in formula one, according to legend Niki Lauda.
Sergio Perez is expecting to spend at least another decade in formula one.
McLaren's financial situation could be compounded by a lack of title sponsor, a report in the Sunday Times suggested.
Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo now appear out of the running for the Ferrari seat in 2016.
An Italian criminal court in Genoa, Italy, has found Flavio Briatore guilty of tax evasion.
The current rulebook is dissuading more carmakers, like Toyota, from entering F1.
As he pushes to return to the grid, Kevin Magnussen hopes McLaren supremo Ron Dennis' effort pays off.
Valtteri Bottas should have been waved through to boost Williams' victory hopes in the British grand prix.
Honda is waiting only on the FIA to deploy more of its in-season engine development 'tokens'.
When it comes to making F1 more "dangerous", Jenson Button is also on board.
The FIA has warned teams against following Mercedes' lead in 'faking' pitstops.
Mercedes and Ferrari are hitting back at efforts to cap engine costs in formula one.
F1 drivers have little time to be themselves in public.
Daniil Kvyat appears to have put his formula one career back on track.
Former F1 team boss and owner Gian Carlo Minardi says he would give Ferrari just 6 out of 10 for its 2015 campaign so far.
Gene Haas has finally named a candidate to potentially drive for his new American F1 team in 2016.
When it comes to 'crashgate', the only protagonist who did not rebuild his F1 career was Nelson Piquet jr.
Ferrari's drivers have acknowledged the need to improve after a poor showing for the team at Silverstone.
Carmen Jorda says she is still on course to make her formula one driving debut at some point in the future.
Yasuhisa Arai has played down the huge pressure being applied on Honda by its works F1 partner McLaren.
Former F1 driver Marc Surer says it is not fair to blame Mercedes for any of the sport's current problems.
'Sprint race qualifying' is not the answer for formula one.
Two British correspondents say they do not believe reports that Jenson Button will definitely still be a McLaren driver in 2016.
Toto Wolff has apologised after his fellow Mercedes chief Niki Lauda slammed Ferrari.
Victory at Le Mans breathed new life into Nico Hulkenberg.
Pirelli has ruled out giving teams 'free choice' on their selection of tyre compounds for 2016.
Toto Wolff is confident F1 will ultimately adopt a much faster formula for 2017.
The pressure is continuing to pile on Kimi Raikkonen.
Felipe Massa has hit back at claims he spoiled Williams' shot at victory at the British grand prix.
The fan survey commissioned by F1 drivers may have come 'too late' to make an immediate difference.
Lewis Hamilton simply lucked into the perfect strategy call that raced him to victory at Silverstone.
Things could be looking up in formula one, mere days after urgent calls were being made to end a 'crisis'.
Dr Helmut Marko has hit back at speculation Red Bull could lose Max Verstappen to a key rival after just a single season in F1.
Aston Martin chief Andy Palmer has played down speculation the British carmaker is set to enter formula one.
Fernando Alonso has clarified his comments, after suggesting "bored" McLaren fans should "turn off the TV until next year".
Reports of financial strife at Lotus have resurfaced this week.
Ferrari may be slipping back into old habits, the worried Italian media observed after the British grand prix.
Even Carlos Sainz has found himself embroiled in the increasingly explosive 'silly season'.
Ron Dennis has returned fire after his old contemporary Eddie Jordan slammed McLaren's "arrogance".
A single exciting grand prix was the perfect antidote amid F1's so-called 'crisis'.
After launching off the grid and into the lead, Williams was left to rue an opportunity lost in Sunday's British grand prix.
If the British grand prix changed the course of Kimi Raikkonen's future, Maurizio Arrivabene is not saying.
British GP - Race Report
All sides came out fighting on Saturday following speculation Red Bull is set for a sensational switch to Mercedes power.
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Aston Martin could be Red Bull's ticket back to the front of the grid.
Yet another potential buyer for F1's commercial rights has emerged.
Kimi Raikkonen insisted he took no joy or repose from his performance on Saturday.
As McLaren-Honda's 2015 season goes from worse to woeful, questions about the men in charge are now being asked.
Even dominant Mercedes might be willing to facilitate change amid F1's so-called 'crisis'.
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Carlos Sainz says he is not getting his hopes up about a potential move to Red Bull's senior team for 2016.
Paul Hembery says he is waiting to know if Pirelli will remain F1's official tyre supplier beyond 2016.
Bernie Ecclestone and formula one are being left behind by the "digital generation".
Toto Wolff has confirmed speculation Valtteri Bottas will either keep driving for Williams next year or switch to Ferrari.
Teen sensation Max Verstappen has burst into the running for Kimi Raikkonen's seat at Ferrari.
British GP - Practice 3 Report
British GP - Practice 3 Results
Max Verstappen has ridiculed the importance of the global fan survey commissioned by his fellow F1 drivers.
Sebastian Vettel says Mercedes is still clearly the favourite for British grand prix victory.
Team bosses at Silverstone were reluctant to confirm the details of a race weekend format shakeup that could save the increasingly slated sport.
Toto Wolff has indicated Mercedes is ready to be flexible amid rumours Renault is looking to take over Lotus.
Monza is stepping up its campaign to save the embattled Italian grand prix.
British GP - Practice 2 Report
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They may not be the best of friends, but title contenders Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will share a gourmet hamburger this weekend at Silverstone.
Max Verstappen agrees with his boss that the 2015 Toro Rosso is one of the very best cars on the grid.
Sebastian Vettel has shrugged off explosive claims made by his former Red Bull teammate Mark Webber.
Fernando Alonso strolled into the Silverstone paddock on Thursday with a bandaged hand.
Barcelona's new mayor still sounds determined to cut funding to the Spanish grand prix.
F1's endangered veterans have ruled out rescuing their careers in Formula E.
The seat currently occupied by Kimi Raikkonen is the key to the 2016 'silly season'.
Against the odds, Roberto Merhi is still racing for Manor.
Monisha Kaltenborn says Sauber is "happy" with its engine supplier Ferrari.
Security personnel are on full alert at the British grand prix.
Felipe Massa is confident he will keep his seat at Williams in 2016.
British GP - Practice 1 Report
British GP - Practice 1 Results
F1 is working hard to speed away from its current predicament.
Renault has decided to return to full team ownership in formula one.
British GP - Thursday Press Conference
Sauber mechanics are working overtime in the Silverstone pits on Thursday.
McLaren's "arrogance" is holding the once-great team back.
A debate is raging among F1 insiders as to whether the pinnacle of motor sport is being left behind in the internet age.
Lewis Hamilton has hit out at the lack of "gentlemen" on a grid increasingly full of "kids".
Kimi Raikkonen's exit from Ferrari and formula one is all but "sealed", the influential Italian daily La Gazzetta dello Sport claims.
Felipe Nasr is still calling on Sauber to solve his persistent braking issue.
Max Verstappen could be the next F1 driver heading to Le Mans.
Imola's bid to return to the F1 calendar is also gaining regional support.
Lewis Hamilton may be in the "public eye", but Nico Rosberg has vowed to keep his eye on the world championship.
Qatar is still pushing hard for a formula one race.
Lewis Hamilton must find a way to cope with losing.
Sebastian Vettel threatened to sue Red Bull over the 'Multi-21' affair of 2013.
Lewis Hamilton is hoping the iconic golden trophy is on the British grand prix podium on Sunday.
Two motor racing figures have dismissed a controversial claim that Formula E is set to take F1's place as the pinnacle of the sport.
Jenson Button has urged McLaren-Honda to prioritise performance over reliability.
Robert Kubica has admitted that racing in formula one remains "beyond my reach" at present.
If Azerbaijan is pushing towards the formula one grid, then so too should Russia.
Maurizio Arrivabene says F1 is seeking "the solution" to its current crisis.
Valtteri Bottas has been singled out as the ideal replacement should his countryman Kimi Raikkonen depart Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton is the clear favourite to win the 2015 title.
Felipe Massa has defended the radio instructions given to today's formula one drivers.
Just two days before his engine would fire, Fabio Leimer still does not know if he will drive at Silverstone.
Max Mosley was invited to Wednesday's key meeting of the Strategy Group in London, The Times newspaper reports.