If understanding Malaysian politics is a bit like reading tea leaves, then the dispute between Lotus Racing and Proton's Group Lotus over the use of the "Team Lotus" name might be nearing a settlement.
Kamui Kobayashi will enjoy his first home grand prix as a newly appointed Japanese "Sports Tourism Master" after a ceremony in Tokyo.
The Ferrari-McLaren 2007 spy story has been concluded in Sassuolo, at the detached seat of the criminal court of Modena.
Lotus Racing, which recently announced that it will race as Team Lotus in F1 next year, has just announced a new five-year deal tying chief technical officer Mike Gascoyne to the team until at least 2015.
Rumours linking the world's richest man, Carlos Slim, to the Sauber team are gathering momentum.
Later on Monday, after the announcement by Proton cars that they don't believe that the Lotus F1 operation run by Tony Fernandes has the legitimate right to change their name to Team Lotus, the team issued a release.
Tony Fernandes' Lotus Formula 1 team faces a possible legal action over its rebranding as "Team Lotus" heading into the 2011 F1 championship.
Pirelli has confirmed today that Pedro de la Rosa will replace Nick Heidfeld as the official test driver for the Italian company.
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There is much uncertainty surrounding the highly anticipated Korean Grand Prix, which is scheduled to take place on October 24.
In an interview today, Bernie Ecclestone indicated that Formula 1 was likely to start televising races in HD format as early as 2011.
Later in the evening, Williams' Nico Hulkenberg was also handed a 20-second penalty for cutting a corner to gain an advantage on the track, when he passed Vitantonio Liuzzi's Force India on lap one of the race.
After the race the stewards of the race handed Force India-Mercedes driver Adrian Sutil a 20-second penalty for gaining an advantage by cutting turn 7 on the first lap of the race.
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Christian Klien is to replace Sakon Yamamoto alongside Bruno Senna in the HRT team for the Singapore Grand Prix.
Lotus Racing will race under the iconic Team Lotus banner in 2011 after team boss Tony Fernandes completed a deal to buy the rights to the name from David Hunt, brother of the late 1976 world champion James.
Hispania Racing has announced that Christian Klien will replace Sakon Yamamoto for this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix, saying that the Japanese driver is suffering from a bout of food poisoning.
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Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says it is the challenge of Ferrari and Fernando Alonso that could gave his team the biggest headache during the title run-in, which begins at Singapore this weekend.
The Singapore Grand Prix provides the F1 community with some unique challenges, as much related to the circuit layout and the humidity as the night-time schedule.
Robert Kubica split the Red Bulls on the Monaco grid in May and as F1 heads to the Singapore streets, the Pole will also be hoping to get in among the title contenders in F1's spectacular night race.
Esteban Gutierrez, the 19-year-old inaugural GP3 champion, has been signed by Sauber as test and reserve driver for 2011. The Mexican has already worked with the team during the 2010 season as an affiliated driver.
Reigning world champion Jenson Button is among those who think that next weekend's Singapore Grand Prix will provide key pointers to the likely outcome of the world championship.
Nick Heidfeld has completed another two-day test for new F1 tyre supplier Pirelli at Jerez this week. However, with the announcement that the German will replace Pedro de la Rosa at Sauber for the rest of the season, further Pirelli testing will be conducted by Romain Grosjean, beginning at Monza next week.
There are more ructions in Australia over the cost to the taxpayer of the Melbourne grand prix.
Despite not being allocated a slot on the 2011 F1 grid as a new team, in association with the Italian Durango outfit, it seems that 1997 world champion Jacques Villeneuve has not abandoned his hopes of returning to the F1 scene.
Confirming the rumours, BMW Sauber has announced that Nick Heidfeld will replace Pedro de la Rosa for the rest of the season to partner Kamui Kobayashi.
Nick Heidfeld could return to the Sauber team for the final five races of the season in place of Pedro de la Rosa.
Cosworth issued an announcement that they have reached an agreement to end their current engine supply deal with the Lotus team.
The race stewards of the Italian GP have fined the HRT team $20,000 after it's driver Sakon Yamamoto hit a team member during his pit stop during todays race.
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The judging body of the World Motor Sport Council's decision to confirm Ferrari's $100,000 fine for a breach of article 39.1 of the sporting regulations but take no further action is a victory for common sense.
The news that the ban on team orders will be reviewed by F1's Sporting Working Group later in the year, has been received with a degree of relief in the Formula 1 paddock.
The Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), Formula One's governing body, upheld a $100,000 fine against the Ferrari team and will not impose any further penalties against the team following the team orders controversy at the German Grand Prix in July.
Ferrari has issued a press release, following the FIA World Council meeting today.
The FIA's World Motor Sport Council today announced a provisional calendar for the 2011 Formula 1 season, starting in Bahrain in March and ending in Brazil in November.
None of the potential new teams bidding for a place on the Formula 1 grid have been successful, the governing body revealed today.
After the disappointment of retiring on the first lap of his historic 300th grand prix at Spa, Rubens Barrichello is looking forward to making amends at Monza this weekend as F1 concludes its European season.
Sauber has re-signed Japanese rookie Kamui Kobayashi for 2011.
Renault is still hoping to overhaul Mercedes for fourth place in the constructors' championship and is bullish after the promising performance last time out at Spa.
The new Korean Grand Prix circuit delivered the most concrete indication that the race, scheduled for October 22-24, will go ahead as planned when former Red Bull junior driver Karun Chandhok completed a demonstration in a Red Bull chassis yesterday.
Despite Lewis Hamilton re-taking the world championship lead by three points from Mark Webber with his third win of the season at Spa, McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh also wants to see Jenson Button back in the championship fight after his non-finish at the hands of Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel in Belgium.
Korea will not have its final track inspection until late September, just a month before the inaugural Korean G1 Grand Prix is scheduled to take place over October 22-24.
Sixteen-year-old Malaysian Nabil Jeffri became the youngest driver to test an F1 car when he conducted a day of aero testing for Lotus Racing on the Duxford RAF Museum's runway in Cambridge, England.
Felipe Massa started ahead of his grid position in last weekend's Belgium GP amateur video footage has shown, but it is too late for him to suffer any penalty.
Stories intensified in Belgium that a deal has been concluded for Lotus Racing to switch to Renault engines next year.