Beating Mercedes was impossible - Smedley
Rob Smedley says he is happy with third and fourth in Austria because Williams knew it risked a double retirement if it tried to challenge Mercedes for victory.
Schumacher medical files stolen
Medical documents purported to be those of Michael Schumacher may have been stolen and are now being offered for sale, according to his management.
Prodromou's early arrival will provide 'big step' for McLaren
McLaren boss Ron Dennis is confident the early arrival of aerodynamicist Peter Prodromou from Red Bull will offer his team a big step forward for 2015.
Hamilton sure he still has speed advantage over Rosberg
Lewis Hamilton is confident he has the pace to start winning races again and is staying calm about the gap to team-mate Nico Rosberg in the drivers' standings.
'If I find a little advantage ... I'll keep it to myself' - Rosberg
Nico Rosberg says it is only natural for drivers to keep some bits of information away from their team-mate in order to gain an advantage.
Mattiacci sure Ferrari is making progress
Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci is convinced his team is making progress, even if it is just small steps at the moment.
Juncadella given Friday drive at Silverstone
Dani Juncadella will take part in his first Friday practice session for Force India at the British Grand Prix next weekend.
Williams pace rings alarm bells at Mercedes
Williams' performance at the Austrian Grand Prix has acted as wake-up call for Mercedes, according to chairman Niki Lauda.
Red Bull struggle shows importance of works engine deal - Boullier
McLaren boss Eric Boullier says Red Bull's struggle this season is proof that teams need a works engine deal if they are to succeed in under Formula One's new engine regulations.
Wolff promises pit stop improvement
Toto Wolff admits Mercedes may have been too conservative with Lewis Hamilton's pit stops in Austria but does not believe the delays had any impact on the race result.
Silvestro just a 'marketing move' - Sirotkin
Sauber test driver Sergey Sirotkin says he does not think Simona de Silvestro is a credible threat to his chances of landing a race seat as he believes she is at the team for marketing purposes only.
Standing restarts among 2015 rule changes
Formula One will implement standing restarts after safety car periods from next season after the FIA ratified a number of rule changes for the 2015 season.
McLaren coy on 2015 driver line-up
Racing director Eric Boullier says McLaren will not be rushed into a decision on its driver line-up for 2015.
Progress unlikely until 2015 - Renault
Remi Taffin says the engine freeze imposed on manufacturers at the start of the season means it is highly unlikely Renault can make significant steps forward until 2015.
Write Hamilton off at your peril - Lauda
Niki Lauda insists Lewis Hamilton is "absolutely perfect in his head" despite the 29-point deficit he has to make up to Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in the drivers' championship.
Fernandes sparks new rumours of Caterham sale
Tony Fernandes has rekindled speculation that he will sell the Caterham Formula One team after admitting "F1 hasn't worked" as he closed his account on Twitter on Thursday.
Dennis fires warning shot at Button
McLaren boss Ron Dennis says Kevin Magnussen's performances should act as a "wake-up call" for Jenson Button this year.
No more mistakes - Wolff
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says his team can afford no more mistakes if it is to remain at the front of the field this season.
Haryanto set for Caterham test at Silverstone
Rio Haryanto will complete Caterham's driver line-up for the in-season test following the British Grand Prix, joining Will Stevens in the CT05 for the two-day test.
Mattiacci brings fresh approach to Ferrari - Raikkonen
Kimi Raikkonen is confident Marco Mattiacci's fresh approach to managing Ferrari will eventually yield results.
Smedley instils 'no fear' attitude at Williams
Rob Smedley has told his Williams team that it should be approaching every grand prix weekend expecting to be competitive, not just select tracks.