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Sauber’s development rate this season has transforming the team from a backmarker into a midfield challenger.
Formula 1 risks losing one of its current manufacturers if the escalating costs of engine development are not cut in the near future, fears Renault.
Double Formula 1 world champion Mika Hakkinen says he would want to be able to “kick some butt” if he returned to racing, having thought “quite a lot” about the prospect.
Fernando Alonso says every race since he decided he would leave Formula 1 at the end of the season has been "a celebration" for him.
Felipe Massa says Formula 1’s old V8 engines lack the power and 'aggression' of the current turbo hybrid power units, after driving some of his former Ferrari cars last weekend.
Lewis Hamilton says Formula 1 should consider a "super weekend" shake-up of formats during the year to stop the sport becoming too predictable.
Formula 1’s 2019 calendar, as well as a host of technical and sporting changes to the rules, were formally approved by the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council on Friday.
Mercedes protege George Russell has secured a Williams Formula 1 drive for the 2019 season. Edd Straw is joined by Autosport F1 reporter Scott Mitchell and Autosport editor Kevin Turner to discuss Russell's rise and what the implications are for Esteban Ocon, missing out on another seat for 2019.
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff says his team is continuing to tighten its radio communications after incidents this season, and is trying to stay out of strategy discussions himself.
Fernando Alonso is leaving Formula 1 at the end of 2018, but he's not retiring from motorsport. Peter Windsor suggests Liberty Media should and possibly could have done more to keep one of the championship's biggest names from walking away.
Daniel Ricciardo believes his "pretty bleak" qualifying record this season is a result of taking too long to understand his Red Bull Formula 1 car at races.
Fernando Alonso laid into Formula 1's stewards after the Japanese Grand Prix, saying their decision to penalise him shows "how bad Formula 1 is". Andrew van de Burgt and Stuart Codling join Ben Anderson to assess the validity of that claim and analyse the other major incidents that happened at Suzuka.
Max Verstappen says his Formula 1 employer Red Bull forbade him from trying out a MotoGP bike, on the grounds that it would be “too dangerous”.