Former Formula 1 driver Sebastien Bourdais says the series has squeezed the life out of its circuits, even claiming that Monaco is a “parking lot”.
Michelin says it will not apply to become Formula 1's tyre supplier if the sport continues to use 13-inch wheels.
Toro Rosso team boss Franz Tost believes customer cars will not deliver as dramatic a cost saving to Formula 1 as some believe.
Mercedes' Formula 1 rivals are pushing to keep in-season engine development going for next year, Motorsport.com has learned, despite the FIA having closed off the loophole for 2016.
Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso will have use of an upgraded Honda Formula 1 engine at the Canadian Grand Prix, after the Japanese manufacturer confirmed it will be introducing a performance step this weekend.
Mercedes has confirmed that Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will both have new power units in Canada this weekend, after their original 2015 units were used for the opening six races.
Nico: “I am looking forward to getting back to racing in Canada after leaving Monaco empty-handed.
Sauber F1 Team is once again going to a have longer trip to the Canadian Grand Prix.
The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve is the first high-speed challenge of the 2015 campaign.
Red Bull and Toro Rosso are set for a boost in Canada as Formula 1 engine supplier Renault confirms reliability upgrades will be ready for this weekend's race in Montreal.