Williams still working on updates
Williams is pushing as hard as possible in the remaining two races of the 2012 season to close the gap on closest rivals Force India and take seventh in the constructors' standings.
Webber excited by 'awesome' Austin
According to Red Bull Racing driver Mark Webber, the new Austin circuit will provide drivers with one of the most challenging layouts on the calendar in 2012.
Sauber out of reach - Di Resta
Paul di Resta admits it will be hard to catch Sauber in the fight for sixth place in the constructors' with just two races remaining.
Webber ready to take on elite in Tasmania
Mark Webber is hoping to keep his competitive juices flowing even after the end of this year's F1 commitments with Red Bull Racing, by taking on the best adventure racers in the world during his Tasmania Challenge event.
Bianchi 'ready' for F1 race seat
Jules Bianchi says he is ready for an F1 race seat in 2013 amidst ongoing speculation linking him to the current vacancy at Force India.
Brawn rues double DRS work
Team principal Ross Brawn has admitted that Mercedes focused too much in trying to make its double DRS work during the 2012 F1 season after slipping away from the front of the field.
Football boss lined up to succeed Ecclestone
Rumours of Bernie Ecclestone's eventual retirement as head of F1 continue, with potential successors remaining the basis for the speculation.
Sauber set for joint Chelsea FC deal
Sauber is set to sign a joint sponsorship deal alongside English Premier League team Chelsea as the partnership between the two teams moves to the next level.
Schumacher to continue with Race of Champions
Michael Schumacher says he intends to keep competing in the Race of Champions when he retires from F1 at the end of the season.
Perez: I want to fight for the title
Sergio Perez says he is keen to try and fight for the championship title when he switches to McLaren for the 2013 F1 season.
Hamilton motivated by tough Mercedes challenge
When the news broke shortly after the Singapore Grand Prix that Lewis Hamilton had signed a three-year deal to drive for Mercedes, it shocked many in the F1 community.