Red Bull vows to keep attacking, despite Vettel's huge points lead
Red Bull has vowed to keep on the attack for the rest of the season, even though Sebastian Vettel is now on the verge of clinching his second world championship title.
Martin Whitmarsh says McLarens title hopes are not over just yet
McLaren has vowed to keep pushing on with trying to improve its car so that it can win more races this year, even though the championship appears to be all but over.
Renault team boss Eric Boullier says more to come from Bruno Senna
Renault boss Eric Boullier expects even more from Bruno Senna over the remainder of the season, after the Brazilian delivered his maiden Formula 1 points in Italy.
Fernandes wants Chandhok to race in the Indian Grand Prix
Karun Chandhok looks set to return to racing at the Indian Grand Prix, with Team Lotus boss Tony Fernandes says he would like to see him back at the wheel.
Team Lotus poised to change name in 2012
Team Lotus and Renault chiefs have dropped firm hints that the Lotus naming row could be resolved at the end of this year - leaving the way clear for both outfits to be renamed.
Massa concedes title belongs to Vettel
Felipe Massa thinks the time has come to congratulate Sebastian Vettel on his second world championship title, after the German further extended his points advantage in the Italian Grand Prix.
Whitmarsh says Schumacher's driving at Monza was 'pretty harsh'
Michael Schumacher has been accused of 'pretty harsh' driving in his robust defences against Lewis Hamilton during the Italian Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso rises to all-time Rankings high of second
Fernando Alonso displaced Mark Webber for second place in the Castrol EDGE Rankings after a well-earned podium at Ferrari's home race of Monza.
Ferrari boss Domenicali hails Alonso's performance this season
Ferrari has praised the supreme efforts of Fernando Alonso this year - saying his second place in the drivers' standing is amazing considering the struggles his team has faced with its car this year.
Button: Plenty of excitement to come despite Vettel's dominance
Jenson Button has told Formula 1 fans that there will still be plenty of excitement, and some great racing, over the remainder of 2011 - even though Sebastian Vettel has all but secured his second championship.
Kobayashi invites tsunami victims to Japanese Grand Prix
Sauber driver Kamui Kobayashi has invited 60 people from disaster-affected area in Japan to his home grand prix next month.
Sam Michael joins McLaren as sporting director from the 2012 season
McLaren has announced that Williams technical director Sam Michael will join the team as sporting director from 2012.
Gascoyne not worried about long-term future at Team Lotus
Mike Gascoyne is not concerned for his long-term future at Team Lotus after the outfit's owner Tony Fernandes said during the Italian Grand Prix weekend that it must deliver improved results in 2012.
Montezemolo lists F1 gripes
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo is still banging the drum for third cars and more in-season testing in Formula One, and believes performance is currently too dependent on aerodynamics.
Perez set for Ferrari test this week
Sauber race driver Sergio Perez will make his debut at the wheel of a Ferrari Formula One car this week.