Giovinazzi to partner Raikkonen at Sauber in 2019
Ferrari junior driver Antonio Giovinazzi will race alongside Kimi Raikkonen at Sauber in 2019 as the Swiss team confirms its driver line-up.
Ericsson: 'I would have loved to continue'
Marcus Ericsson wanted to continue as a Sauber race driver next year but says he understands the team's decision to replace him with Kimi Raikkonen.
Mercedes leaks images of Project One in action
The Formula One engine in the back of Mercedes' new Project One hypercar is so loud that its secret testing is no longer secret.
Vettel sets sights on winning all remaining races
Sebastian Vettel says his team has nothing to fear from the six remaining rounds of the Formula One season and is targeting victories at all of them in order to ensure he keeps the championship in his hands.
Talking points: Does Ferrari need to review its race operation?
Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari come under scrutiny from our panel of journalists, but blue flags, Sergio Perez's temper and Mercedes' young driver programme are also up for debate...
Radio Ga Ga: 'He really wants me to crash?'
A round-up of the best radio soundbites from the Singapore Grand Prix, after Sebastian Vettel's championship took a turn for the worse and the subject blue flags made a number of drivers see red.
Double amputee Monger claims pole at scene of 2017 accident
Double amputee Billy Monger has claimed his first pole position since his return to racing, on his first visit to Donington Park since his horrific accident at the circuit last year.
Newey: It will be 'damn hard' for Vettel to win title
Red Bull technical chief Adrian Newey has given some insight into how Sebastian Vettel deals with pressure after the Ferrari driver slipped further behind Lewis Hamilton in the drivers' championship in Singapore.
Will F1 cars in 2021 look as good as the concepts?
Leading F1 engineers offer their opinion on the look, and potential pitfalls, of sport's vision for 2021.
Vettel should be on the cusp of a fifth world title
A recalculation of how 2018 would look for Sebastian Vettel without the numerous errors which have handed the advantage to title rival Lewis Hamilton.
Hamilton: I'm proud of not making errors like Vettel
Lewis Hamilton says his healthy lead of the championship is a reward for not putting himself in the same problematic positions Sebastian Vettel has found himself in this year.