Brawn committed to Mercedes future
Ross Brawn remains wholly committed to his future at Mercedes GP, even though he has revealed that he is already considering succession plans.
Drivers want more say in future rulesFormula 1 drivers want an improved dialogue with the FIA in the future so they can have more of a say in future regulations and track design, AUTOSPORT has learned.
Webber: I'm still in the title hunt
Mark Webber says he can still win the Formula 1 World Championship despite crashing out of the Korean Grand Prix in wet conditions and potentially losing his points lead in the process.
Alonso insists title is not won yet
Fernando Alonso is refusing to get carried away about his championship aspirations despite having taken a huge step to clinch his third title.
Hamilton: Championship still openLewis Hamilton is optimistic that he is still in the world championship hunt thanks to his second place in the Korean Grand Prix, although he admitted that McLaren needed to find more pace to give him a shot in the last two rounds.
Vettel not giving up on title
Sebastian Vettel says he will not give up on his world title ambitions despite losing victory, and a shot at the points lead, when he retired from the lead of the Korean Grand Prix.
Buemi apologises for taking out Glock
Sebastien Buemi accepted the blame for the tangle with Timo Glock that ended both their races in Korea.
Petrov sorry for race-ending crashVitaly Petrov was sorry for his race-ending crash at the Korean Grand Prix, but the Renault driver said he was at least encouraged to be running in the top ten.
Mercedes thrilled with Schumacher
Mercedes GP team boss Ross Brawn praised Michael Schumacher's performance after the former champion equalled his best result of his comeback year with fourth in Korea.
Button admits title defence all but over
Jenson Button has admitted that his chances of retaining the Formula 1 world championship title are now all but over following an uncompetitive showing in the Korean Grand Prix. He is now 42 points behind Fernando Alonso with two races to go.
Sutil, Buemi get Brazil grid penalties
Adrian Sutil and Sebastien Buemi will lose five places on the grid for the Brazilian Grand Prix following their accidents in Korea.
Hulkenberg rues late puncture
Nico Hulkenberg felt the slow puncture that cost him sixth place in the closing stages of the Korean Grand Prix was cruel luck given how strong his performance had been at Yeongam.
Sutil unhappy with race performance
Adrian Sutil said he was unhappy with his performance at the Korean Grand Prix after failing to finish the event following a crash.
Vettel will not be given support role
Red Bull will not ask Sebastian Vettel to play a supporting role in Mark Webber's quest to win the Formula 1 World Championship title, despite the German's own chances slimming when he suffered an engine failure in the Korean Grand Prix.
Glock angry at Buemi over crash
Timo Glock was critical of Sebastien Buemi after the Swiss crashed into the Virgin racer during the Korean Grand Prix.