Pujolar to be Vergne's race engineer
Former Williams chief race engineer Xevi Pujolar will be Jean-Eric Vergne's race engineer at Toro Rosso this season.
Marussia retains Chilton for 2014
Marussia has confirmed it will retain Max Chilton for a second season alongside Jules Bianchi.
Magnussen pace can improve Button - Paffett
McLaren test driver Gary Paffett says Kevin Magnussen's pace can push Jenson Button to a higher level in 2014.
Sauber was 'dream team' for Sutil
Adrian Sutil says Sauber was his "dream team" to sign for after admitting he needed a change from Force India.
Liuzzi wins Massa's kart event
Vitantonio Liuzzi was a comfortable winner of Felipe Massa's charity karting event in Brazil on Sunday.
New car will be tough to understand - McLaren
McLaren test driver Gary Paffett expects the first test of the season to be a difficult period of learning for all the teams.
Williams confirms Jerez presence
Williams has confirmed it will be present at the first pre-season test at Jerez at the end of January.
Williams further expands engineering team
Williams has announced the signing of three new engineering personnel as it expands its team ahead of the 2014 season.
Jenson Button's father, John, dies aged 70
Jenson Button's father, John, has died at the age of 70 from a suspected heart attack.
Raikkonen begins Ferrari simulator work
Kimi Raikkonen has begun work in Ferrari's simulator ahead of the 2014 season, admitting it is "really very useful".
Hulkenberg ready for Perez battle
Nico Hulkenberg believes he and Sergio Perez will be closely matched this season at Force India as they are at similar stages in their development.
Vettel explains number choice
Sebastian Vettel has explained the reasoning behind picking number five as his permanent driver number.
Valsecchi primed for Lotus departure
Davide Valsecchi expects to leave Lotus and is keen on securing a move to IndyCar as he isn't prepared to spend another season as a reserve driver.
Marussia expects 'big difference' with Ferrari
Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon expects the Ferrari engine to "make a big difference" to the team this year.
Ferrari to unveil car on January 25
Ferrari has announced it will unveil its new car on January 25 with its fans choosing the name of its 2014 chassis.
Horner voices double points doubts
Christian Horner has admitted he fears the awarding of double points for the final race of the 2014 season could devalue the rest of the season.
Ecclestone to stand trial on bribery charges
Bernie Ecclestone will stand trial on bribery charges in Germany, it has been confirmed.
Button pays tribute to father
Jenson Button has paid an emotional tribute to his father John, who died on Sunday at the age of 70.
Pirelli signs new three-year contract
Pirelli will be Formula One's official tyre supplier until 2016 after signing a new three-year contract.
Red Bull to launch at Jerez
Red Bull has announced that its 2014 car will be unveiled for the first time at the Jerez test.
Dennis replaces Whitmarsh at McLaren
Ron Dennis has been re-appointed chief executive of the McLaren Group, a role previously held by Martin Whitmarsh, a move that raises questions as to the future of Whitmarsh in the new set-up.
Haas confirms F1 entry interest
NASCAR team co-owner Gene Haas has confirmed he is hoping to put together a Formula One team for 2015 or 2016 after formally submitting his interest to the FIA.
Ecclestone insists 'there is no change at all'
Bernie Ecclestone insists his role and influence in Formula One has not changed despite stepping down from the board of the sport's parent company.
New Sauber to launch on January 26
Sauber has confirmed it will launch its new car online on January 26 ahead of the first test at Jerez.
Toro Rosso to be unveiled at Jerez
Toro Rosso will launch its new car at the Jerez circuit on January 27.
Rumours of Brawn return to McLaren grow
Rumours that Ross Brawn is being lined up to replace Martin Whitmarsh as McLaren's team principal continue to grow in the aftermath of Ron Dennis being reappointed as McLaren Group chief executive.
Williams fires up FW36
Williams has fired up its 2014 car for the first time at its factory in Grove, Oxfordshire.
New rules won't revolutionise racing - Raikkonen
Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen does not think the advent of Formula One's new turbo era will change racing a huge amount in 2014.
Lotus adds Saxo Bank as sponsor
Lotus has announced Saxo Bank as a new sponsor as it looks to secure a solid financial package for the coming season.
Bottas to debut new Williams at Jerez
Valtteri Bottas will drive the Williams FW36 on its debut at next week's Jerez test.