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Vasseur on ‘completely different’ Sauber for 2018

Sauber team principal Fred Vasseur has said a "completely different" car is being designed for the 2018 season as they look to catch up with the midfield.

Todt: No ‘serious offers’ from new teams

FIA president Jean Todt has revealed that there no "serious offers" on the table from potential new Formula 1 teams joining the grid.

Giovinazzi gets another chance at Haas

After seeing his FP1 outing at Monza washed away, Ferrari reserve driver Antonio Giovinazzi will replace Kevin Magnussen for FP1 at Singapore next weekend.

Steiner: Formula 1 cannot go back to V8s

Haas team principal Guenther Steiner has said Formula 1 must keep "its high-tech momentum" and not be tempted to re-introduce something like a V8 engine.

Force India: Rivals caught napping on Ocon

Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley has said the team are reaping the benefits for swooping in on Esteban Ocon and are doing everything to keep him and Sergio Perez together.

Buenos Aires long circuit in 2019 contention

The Argentinian Grand Prix could form part of the 2019 Formula 1 calendar with the longer Buenos Aires circuit making a return.

Ricciardo supports McLaren-Renault move

Daniel Ricciardo has supported the likely move to Renault engines for McLaren…or any other engine apart from Honda for that matter.

Kubica linked with Williams seat – report

Robert Kubica is rumoured to be a possible candidate for Williams next season as Renault are set to look elsewhere for Jolyon Palmer's replacement.

Hamilton signs up for latest Pirelli test

It is proving difficult to keep Lewis Hamilton out of his Mercedes W08 after offering to take part in a Pirelli tyre test at the Paul Ricard circuit on Thursday.

Porsche ‘encouraged’ after Monza meeting

Porsche's financial boss Lutz Meschke has said they are "encouraged" by the ongoing engine discussions for 2021 and beyond, and are open to joining Formula 1.