FIA set to discuss Liberty Media's F1 takeover
Liberty Media's takeover bid for Formula One could take a big step towards completion next week when discussed at an extraordinary meeting of the FIA's World Motor Sport Council.
McLaren's 2017 car exciting 'technically and visually' - Zak Brown
New McLaren executive director Zak Brown thinks fans will be excited about the team's 2017 car "both technically and visually".
Manor given January 20 deadline to find backers needed to save team
Manor has just over one week to find the investors required to save the team, according to Motorsport.com.
Pirelli expects teams to 'sandbag' with new cars in testing
Pirelli motorsport boss Paul Hembery reckons Formula One teams will "sandbag" in winter testing to hide true performance of the new 2017 cars, something we won't get a proper idea of until the second or third race.
Renault will not appoint team principal to replace Frederic Vasseur, says Cyril Abiteboul
Renault's F1 managing director Cyril Abiteboul says the team will not be hiring a new team principal following the departure of Frederic Vasseur.
Martin Brundle suffered heart attack during Sky Sports' Monaco GP coverage
Sky Sports commentator and former Formula One driver Martin Brundle has revealed he suffered a minor heart attack while running to the podium at the end of last year's coverage of the Monaco Grand Prix.
Nico Hulkenberg never considered vacant Mercedes seat
Nico Hulkenberg insists he never considered putting his name forward to fill the Mercedes seat vacated by fellow countryman Nico Rosberg, saying he was already in love with "new girlfriend" Renault.
2017 cars will be 'a monster to drive' - Martin Brundle
Former F1 racer Martin Brundle thinks the "brutal" new breed of cars designed for the 2017 season will be a "monster" to drive.
McLaren to open Fernando Alonso negotiations 'a few races' into 2017
McLaren plans to start negotiations with Fernando Alonso about a contract extension "a few races" into the 2017 season, according to executive director Zak Brown.
Manor handed an extra week as staff retained until end of January
Manor has been handed an extra week to find a solution to its financial issues after administrators found the funds to keep all staff employed until the end of January, according to the BBC.
Ferrari would welcome Mick Schumacher to academy with 'red carpet'
Ferrari would welcome Mick Schumacher to its junior programme with a "red carpet", according to the man charged with overseeing the team's driver academy.
Silverstone in talks with UK government about funding
The Silverstone circuit is in discussions with the UK government about securing its future as the host of the British Grand Prix.