According to Finnish newspaper, Raikkonen has decided to choose Ferrari for 2014
According to Tobias Gruner, Auto Motor und Sport correspondent, there are signs Mercedes is one step ahead.
"Despite the many rumours, our engine will not be rebranded Infiniti" - Jean-Michel Jalinier, president of Renault Sport F1
With the 2014 rules, the FIA is reportedly aiming to slow down the F1 cars by no more than five seconds per lap.
A returning Kamui Kobayashi looks set to join rookie Marcus Ericsson, marking a second consecutive all-new driver lineup for Caterham in 2014.
Ferrari's change of direction may have been influenced by newcomer James Allison, who was responsible for the highly competitive Lotus cars of recent seasons.
Dr Helmut Marko said that they are not nervous about Kimi Raikkonen as they still have Sebastian Vettel
Lotus' budget is going to be boosted with Quantum money, Hulkenberg - is the next step.
According to Auto Bild Motorsport, Webber has the support of Dietrich Mateschitz in getting new contract for 2014
Could Formula One slow down with new regulations in 2014?
'If Felipe keeps going as he has been, I do not see any problem for the future' - Stefano Domenicali
Bernie Ecclestone stated: "It is possible that Europe will lose a couple of races..."
Webber leaves Formula One at end of 2013 season which leaves Lotus driver Raikkonen with a possible future switch for the 2014 season.
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