Giovinazzi replaces injured Wehrlein for opening test
Ferrari reserve Antonio Giovinazzi will take over Pascal Wehrlein's testing responsibilities for the first week of Barcelona testing as the Sauber driver recovers from a back injury.
Brown: McLaren should be less Darth Vader, more Luke Skywalker
New McLaren CEO Zak Brown says the team has been "a little bit too Darth Vader" in recent years -- something he hopes he can change with a little pinch of Luke Skywalker.
Orange McLaren livery was in response to fans
McLaren's executive director Zak Brown says his team's new livery was partly a response to pressure from fans to go back to orange.
McLaren: Honda engine architecture now where it needs to be
McLaren's engineering director Matt Morris says Honda's change in engine architecture for 2017 should allow the team to make quick progress with its new car.
The future is orange, but is it bright for McLaren?
Kate Walker looks at why McLaren is still managing expectations about its 2017 chances despite some encouraging signs for the future.
Arrivabene: I'm proud of our efforts.
Ferrari team principle Maurizio Arrivabene has expressed that he is 'proud' of the efforts that his team have put into the new SF70-H.
Vettel and Raikkonen eager to test SF-70H.
Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen have both expressed their excitement at getting to test their new SF-70H ahead of the 2017 season.
Alonso laughs off Hamilton's 'strange' opposition to data sharing
Fernando Alonso has labelled Lewis Hamilton's opposition to F1 teammates sharing data as "strange", joking the Englishman would be a four-time world champion if he was better at doing it in 2016.
Alonso: Move to Mercedes was never a possibility
Fernando Alonso says there was never any possibility of moving to Mercedes for 2017, even though the world champions contacted him after Nico Rosberg's retirement last year.
Vandoorne: I can compete with Alonso.
Stoffel Vandoorne has said that he will be using McLaren team mate Fernando Alonso as a benchmark for his success, as he prepares for the 2017 F1 season.
Brown: We have two of the best in the world.
McLaren executive director has said that in Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne, his team have two of the best drivers in the world.
Alonso: Stoffel will help McLaren.
Fernando Alonso had nothing but positive things to say about McLaren teammate, Stoffel Vandoorne.
A closer look at McLaren's MCL32.
Take a closer look at McLaren's new MCL32 that will be used in the upcoming F1 season.
Ferrari completes first laps of 2017 at Fiorano
Ferrari has completed the first laps with its 2017 challenger at its Fiorano test track following the launch of the SF70-H on Friday morning.
McLaren goes orange and black for 2017
McLaren has gone for a radical departure of its livery for the last two decades, opting for retro orange for its 2017 car, the MCL32.
LIVE: McLaren 2017 car reveal
Watch McLaren unveil its 2017 car -- one which is heavily rumoured to be returning to the team's iconic orange colours of its early days in motor racing.
Ferrari add finishing touches to SF70-H.
Watch the Ferrari F1 team add the finishing touches to their brand new SF70-H.
Ferrari unveil the SF70-H.
Ferrari have unveiled their new car for the 2017 season, the SF70-H.
Ferrari launch 2017 challenger, the SF70-H
Ferrari have launched their 2017 car, the SF70-H, via an online stream.
Behind the scenes at an F1 car launch
Maurice Hamilton reports on the contrasting styles of launches for Force India and Mercedes over the last two days.
Mercedes: 1000bhp getting closer but not the only target
Mercedes engine boss Andy Cowell says the headline-grabbing power output of 1000bhp is getting closer and closer, but stressed that power unit development is not purely about bhp figures.
Bottas: I'd stay at home if I thought I couldn't beat Lewis
Mercedes' new recruit Valtteri Bottas says he would stay at home if he did not think it was possible to beat teammate Lewis Hamilton.
Mercedes has no concerns over 'trick' suspension controversy
Mercedes has no fears its controversial 'trick' suspension system will be outlawed by the FIA, stressing the fact the regulations on that part of the car are completely unchanged from 2016.
Bottas: Feels incredible to be here.
Valterri Bottas has said it feels as good as he thought it would to be part of Mercedes F1.
Bottas: Lewis and I must work together.
Valtteri Bottas has said that despite wanting to win each race, first and foremost he must work with Mercedes Lewis Hamilton for the good of the team.
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