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Mexico City F1 track escaped damage

Mexico’s Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez escaped damage when a 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit the country on Tuesday.

Renault eyeing big name for 2019 season

Renault are hoping that an even stronger 2018 season will allow them to muscle in their way into the driver market and potentially attract a big name.

Brown: Renault deal isn’t a short-term fix

Zak Brown is adamant McLaren’s switch to Renault engines for 2018 is not a “short-term fix” but the start of a “long-term partnership.”

JV: Vettel only has himself to blame

Falling 28 points behind Lewis Hamilton in the title race, Jacques Villeneuve reckons Sebastian Vettel has no one but himself to blame for taking the risk.

Don’t write Vettel off just yet

Three races ago he was leading the championship, now he trails Lewis Hamilton by 28 points but don't write off Sebastian Vettel just yet.

McLaren ‘two weeks’ behind schedule with 2018 car

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier has revealed the team is "two weeks" behind schedule with next year's car as a result of the late engine decision.

Ocon will remain at Force India for 2018

Not that anyone expected it to be any different but Esteban Ocon has announced that he'll stay on at Force India next season.

Jos: Politics saved Vettel from Singapore penalty

Jos Verstappen believes only politics and the championship race saved Sebastian Vettel from being penalised for his antics in Singapore.

Renault praise for ‘error-free’ Palmer

Jolyon Palmer put in an "error-free" drive in Singapore on Sunday night despite the circumstances, said Renault's managing director Cyril Abiteboul.

Aston Martin weighing up two key factors

Aston Martin chief executive Andy Palmer is in negotiations with what role they can play with Red Bull next season, but two key factors will dictate whether they join as an engine supplier.