Hamilton puts Mercedes on top in FP2
Lewis Hamilton swapped places with Sebastian Vettel at the top of the order as Mercedes and Ferrari remained close during Friday evening practice at Yas Marina.
Lewis Hamilton was fastest after the qualifying simulation runs in FP2. After struggling a bit in the final sector (around the Viceroy hotel) in first practice, he looked nicely hooked up in second practice with incredibly quick change of direction through Turns 18 and 19. That was reflected in the times with Hamilton's final sector 0.2s quicker than anyone else.
Driver Reaction: Abu Dhabi - Friday
All the reaction from up and down the Yas Marina paddock after Friday practice in Abu Dhabi.
Brendon Hartley is still waiting for his first penalty-free F1 weekend. The Kiwi, competing in his fourth race for Toro Rosso (his eighth in eight weekends, incidentally, if you include two World Endurance Championship events and a sports car race), is facing a grid drop of at least 10 places after the team put a new MGU-H unit in his car -- the ninth fitted to that car (which was piloted by Daniil Kvyat before) this season. Here's hoping he has a more reliable car for his first full season in 2018.
Vettel: Ferrari learned lessons from 2017
After missing out on the 2017 title, Sebastian Vettel say he and Ferrari have learned valuable lessons this year.
Pirelli introduces super-hard and hyper-soft
Pirelli will introduce two new slick tyre compounds to its F1 range in 2018, bringing the total number of dry-weather compounds to seven.
Alonso launches esports racing team
Two-time Formula One world champion Fernando Alonso has launched his own esports racing team.
Ericsson nervous over F1 future
Marcus Ericsson is uncertain whether his Formula One career will extend beyond this weekend's season finale at Yas Marina.
Kubica handed Williams test outing in Abu Dhabi
Williams has announced Robert Kubica and Sergey Sirotkin will drive for the team in next week's post-season test in Abu Dhabi.
Bottas hoping to prove himself again in 2018
Reflecting on his first season with Mercedes, Valtteri Bottas admits he hoped for more than just two Formula One grand prix victories in 2017.
Who will win F1's multi-million pound midfield battle?
A look ahead to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the final race of the 2017 season. While the major honours are no longer up for grabs, there is plenty to play for in the tight Formula One midfield.
Mercedes celebrates Hamilton's world title success.
Ahead of the final race of the 2017 season in Abu Dhabi, Mercedes celebrated Lewis Hamilton's title success and the team's victory in the constructors' championship.
FIA repays Manor's 2017 entry fee
The FIA has reimbursed the now-defunct Manor Racing's entry fee for the 2017 Formula One season as "a gesture of goodwill".
McLaren proud of fighting spirit shown in 2017
It may have been another painful year for McLaren, but racing director Eric Boullier has praised the resolve shown by the team during yet another season off the pace with Honda.
Halo implementation proving 'quite difficult' for teams
Integrating the controversial Halo device onto next year's cars is proving to be a big challenge for F1 teams, despite the fact it is likely to have a "minor aerodynamic effect" on performance.
Hamilton reveals warning he gave Vettel after Baku
Lewis Hamilton told Sebastian Vettel they would have "problems" if the Ferrari driver ever repeated his controversial car chop from the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, the world champion has revealed.
F1's mixed discipline stars
With Fernando Alonso seemingly edging closer to a race seat for next year's Le Mans 24 Hours, ESPN looks at some of the best F1 drivers to excel outside motorsport's top series.
The Pit Stop: What would you change about F1?
Gary Anderson joins Jennie Gow to tackle your social media questions in the Pit Stop.
Alonso completes first test in an LMP1 car
Fernando Alonso completed 113 laps in a Toyota LMP1 car during the World Endurance Championship's end-of-season rookie test.
Hamilton: DRS is like a 'Band-Aid'
Lewis Hamilton made ten overtakes en-route to his fourth-place finish at the Brazilian Grand Prix, but he didn't like any of them.
McLaren not concerned by Renault issues
Fernando Alonso and McLaren insist Renault's recent reliability issues are not a concern for 2018.
Alonso's Toyota test confirmed
Fernando Alonso will test a Toyota LMP1 car in Bahrain on Sunday in his next step on the road towards participating at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Radio Ga Ga: Brazilian Grand Prix
A round-up of the best radio soundbites from the Brazilian Grand Prix, which featured an emotional send-off for Felipe Massa and a Ferrari returning to the top of the podium.
A history of Kiwis in F1
With Brendon Hartley signing a contract to race with Toro Rosso next year, Maurice Hamilton looks back at the history of New Zealanders in F1.
Vettel still aiming for Ferrari domination
Despite the disappointment of missing out on the championship this year, Sebastian Vettel still believes he and Ferrari can return to the dominance the team enjoyed in the Michael Schumacher era.
Brawn 'a bit shocked' by 2021 engine reaction
Formula One's managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn was not expecting such a negative response to his vision for the future of the sport's engine regulations.
A list of which compounds Pirelli is taking to each grand prix on the 2017 calendar.