Alfa Romeo Sauber Team Principal Fredric Vasseur has released a statement regarding the signing of Kimi Raikkonen for the 2019 season.
There's been lots of talk about Red Bull's 'skinny wing' for this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix - so why are they running it?
Despite media reports suggesting Lance Stroll will drive for Force India in Monza, the team and Esteban Ocon remain adamant nothing will change immediately.
Johnny Herbert says he'd 'probably expect' Lance Stroll to drive for the new Racing Point Force India team in next week's Italian Grand Prix.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown hasn't lost his faith in Stoffel Vandoorne yet following a torrid season for the Belgian driver, admitting he's in the frame for...
Force India's future looks to have been solidified by new investors and administrators expect the team to emerge from administration within three weeks.
Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner has admitted that he was just as surprised as every fan to hear that Daniel Ricciardo was moving to Renault.
Lewis Hamilton took to Instagram after the Hungarian Grand Prix to make his praise for Valtteri Bottas known, given his role in the exciting race.
Following his win in the Hungarian Grand Prix, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has stated his belief that Ferrari still has the quickest car in 2018.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen retired from the Hungarian Grand Prix due to an issue with his Renault PU - which has left the Dutchman furious.
Following a seventh-place finish in Hungary's qualifying, Red Bull's Max Verstappen has called for his team to investigate their wet weather struggles.
Daniel Ricciardo claimed back in Germany that he'd need a win in this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix if he was to keep his World Championship hopes...
Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas claimed immediately after qualifying for the Hungarian Grand Prix that he'll be allowed to fight Lewis Hamilton on Sunday.
Renault's Carlos Sainz has used the Thursday press conference to comment on the rumours regarding his future in Formula 1, which some say is with McLaren.
Ferrari's new third-generation PU is being used by the manufacturer's customers in Hungary and a paddock source says it could bring 40bhp of performance.