New Jersey added to 22-race 2014 calendar
New Jersey has been added to a 22-race calendar for 2014 after a meeting of the FIA World Motor Sport Council (WMSC) confirmed the dates of next year's races.
FIA confirms Pirelli will stay in F1
Provisional 2014 calendar
March 16 - Australia GP, Melbourne
March 30 - Malaysia GP, Sepang
April 6 - Bahrain GP, Sakhir
April 20 - China GP, Shanghai
April 27 - Korea GP, Mokpo (provisional)
May 11 - Spain GP, Barcelona
May 25 - Monaco GP, Monaco
June 1 - GP of America, New Jersey (provisional)*
June 8 - Canada GP, Montreal
June 22 - Austria GP, Red Bull Ring
July 6 - Britain GP, Silverstone
July 20 - Germany GP, Hockenheim
July 27 - Hungary GP, Hungaroring
August 24 - Belgium GP, Spa-Francorchamps
September 7 - Italy GP, Monza
September 21 - Singapore GP, Marina Bay
October 5 - Russia, Sochi
October 12- Japan GP, Suzuka
October 26 - Abu Dhabi, Yas Marina
November 9 - Mexico, Mexico City (provisional)*
November 16 - USA, Circuit of the Americas
November 30 - Brazil, Interlagos
* (subject to circuit approval)
The FIA has confirmed Pirelli will stay as Formula One's tyre supplier next year, although the tender process for tyre and fuel suppliers is set to change under the new Concorde Agreement.
New Concorde Agreement finalised
A new Concorde Agreement - the contract that binds Formula One together - has been signed by the FIA and Formula One Management after months of negotiation.
Ward calls for Todt clarity on Concorde resources
FIA presidential candidate David Ward has called for Jean Todt to explain how the FIA will use the extra funds generated by a new Concorde Agreement.
Lotus hoping to avoid need for pay driver in 2014
Lotus is hoping it will not have take a pay driver next year to compliment its budget as it weighs up possible replacements for Kimi Raikkonen.
Whitmarsh concerned about 'burnout'
Martin Whitmarsh says it is "inevitable" that team members will suffer from "burnout" in the closing stages of the season.
Red Bull dominance here to stay - Wolff
Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff does not think the introduction of new regulations in 2014 will upset the current pecking order in Formula One.
Home-built F1 cars up for sale
A man in Essex is building his own Formula One cars to drive to the shops in.