F1 in danger of becoming GP1 - Newey
Adrian Newey has warned that Formula One's restrictive regulations pose the danger of making the series look like a single-make formula.
Mercedes committed to equality between drivers - Lauda
Niki Lauda insists Mercedes is committed to giving its drivers equal equipment despite a run of reliability issues for Lewis Hamilton this year.
Ferrari's weak points are clear
Ferrari technical director James Allison says the weaknesses of the team's car are clear this year, but admits it will not be the work of a moment to fix them.
Lauda: 'Why do we need Flavio?'
Niki Lauda does not think Formula One should turn to Flavio Briatore to make the sport more popular and believes it is already making progress with recent changes.
Ferrari engine boss Marmorini leaves team
Ferrari has confirmed that the head of its engine and electronics department, Luca Marmorini, has left the team.
Reliability 'not good enough' - Toro Rosso
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost says his team must get on top of its reliability issues by being more disciplined.
Ferrari faces 'huge amount of work'
Ferrari boss Marco Mattiacci says his team is facing "a huge amount of work" to make it competitive again next season.
Hamilton believes his luck is changing
Lewis Hamilton feels his luck is changing after two fightbacks at the last two races have kept him within striking distance of Mercedes team-mate and championship leader Nico Rosberg.
Melbourne secures Australian GP until 2020
Melbourne will continue to host the Australian Grand Prix until at least 2020 after organisers agreed a new deal for the race.
Raikkonen has faith Ferrari will deliver winning car in 2015
Kimi Raikkonen is confident Marco Mattiacci is the right man to return Ferrari to winning ways next season and believes technical director James Allison will deliver a car to his liking.
Grosjean not that surprised by Raikkonen's struggle
Romain Grosjean says he is not entirely surprised to see his ex-team-mate Kimi Raikkonen struggling this year and believes it is down to the latest generation Pirelli tyres.
Williams has third fastest car - Symonds
Williams technical director Pat Symonds believes his team has the third fastest car this year behind Mercedes and Red Bull.
Ecclestone bribery trial ends with $100m deal
Bernie Ecclestone's bribery trial in Munich is over after German prosecutors agreed to end the case in exchange for a $100 million (?59 million) payment.
Williams: Victory possible at Spa and Monza
Rob Smedley believes there is a possibility Williams can challenge Mercedes for victory when Formula One returns to action after the summer break.
Ecclestone 'a bit of an idiot' for settling
Bernie Ecclestone feels the $100 million (?59 million) payment he made to end his bribery trial in Munich could have been avoided as the judge had "more or less said" he was acquitted.
McLaren's MP4-29 a 'laboratory' for next year - Boullier
Eric Boullier insists McLaren will continue pushing with its development for as long as possible in 2014 as he sees the current car as a "laboratory" for the team's first season with Honda.
Renault could make radical changes for 2015
Remi Taffin says Renault has the capacity to completely revamp its engine for 2015 despite rules regarding what manufacturers can and cannot change for next year.
Schumacher medical files suspect found hanged
A man suspected to be involved in the case surrounding Michael Schumacher's stolen medical records has been found hanged in his prison cell, according to Zurich prosecutors.
Modern F1 drivers 'wimps' - Weber
Michael Schumacher's former manager Willi Weber says today's drivers lack the appeal of the stars of previous generations because fans can hear them air their grievances during the race over the radio.
Monza's Parabolica gravel trap replaced with tarmac
Monza's iconic Parabolica has lost its gravel trap in favour of a tarmac run-off area which is being installed ahead of the 2014 Italian Grand Prix.
Sutil: Lack of testing 'a bit weird'
Adrian Sutil says it's difficult for today's F1 drivers to unlock their true potential due to the limited amount of in-season testing between race weekends.
Ferrari suffers from serious errors of vision - Costa
Former Ferrari technical director Aldo Costa says some of the blame for Ferrari's current failings should be put at the feet of president Luca di Montezemolo.
Button not ready to consider life after F1
Jenson Button insists he is not even contemplating life after Formula One despite uncertainty around his future at McLaren as he intends to keep racing in the championship for years to come.
Sauber has faith in Ferrari power
Monisha Kalternborn insists Sauber's relationship with engine supplier Ferrari is fine despite the team's struggles in 2014.
Learning process ongoing for Magnussen
Kevin Magnussen believes he has grown as a driver since the beginning of the year but knows there is plenty still to learn in his rookie year and beyond.
German bank rejects $33m Ecclestone settlement offer
German bank BayernLB has rejected a settlement offer of $33 million (?19 million) from Bernie Ecclestone.