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Jenson Button does not expect McLaren to be as competitive at the United States Grand Prix as it was in Sochi despite encouraging pace during Friday practice
Kimi Raikkonen is confident his performance at the US Grand Prix will be better than his 12th place in second practice suggests
Fernando Alonso believes this weekend’s US Grand Prix could be the most exciting yet to be held at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) outside Austin
Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa expect Mercedes to be the sole candidate for pole position at the United States Grand Prix, though both expect an overnight improvement from Williams
Daniel Ricciardo believes Red Bull is in the hunt for a podium at the US Grand Prix this weekend
Christian Horner says Sebastian Vettel will take part in qualifying for the United States Grand Prix despite the fact he will start the race from the pit lane regardless, even if it is “only for one or two laps”
Nico Rosberg says he knows what he needs to do to take pole position for the United States Grand Prix on Saturday after finishing just 0.003s behind title rival Lewis Hamilton in FP2
Lewis Hamilton says he does not expect the problems which brought his Friday to a premature end to continue throughout the weekend in Austin after topping both of the day’s practice sessions
The US Grand Prix in Austin looks set to offer a tantalising battle between championship rivals Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg this weekend after the Mercedes team-mates were split by just 0.003s in Friday practice
Kamui Kobayashi is wishing for three-car teams to become a reality in order to give him the best chance of reviving his F1 career
Caterham’s administrators say the team will have to be wound up if a buyer is not found in the next two weeks
Sebastian Vettel will start the United States Grand Prix from the pit lane after taking his sixth power unit of the 2014 season, the FIA has confirmed
Jenson Button will take a five-place penalty at the United States Grand Prix due to a gearbox change
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in the opening practice session for the US Grand Prix, 0.292s faster than Mercedes team-mate and championship rival Nico Rosberg
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn says the way in which Formula One has dealt with the collapse of the grid’s two smallest teams is “disturbing”
Nico Rosberg says the gloves can come off completely in his duel with Lewis Hamilton at the United States Grand Prix now Mercedes has wrapped up the constructors’ championship
Max Verstappen wants Jean-Eric Vergne as his team-mate at Toro Rosso next year
FIA president Jean Todt will decide what action should be taken against Marussia and Caterham for missing this weekend’s US Grand Prix after the stewards found both teams in breach of the regulations but opted not to impose a penalty
Jenson Button says he feels less pressure about his future than he did before the Japanese Grand Prix despite the ongoing threat of being replaced by Fernando Alonso at McLaren
Sebastian Vettel says his 2014 campaign looks worse than it actually has been and thinks he has been unfortunate not to win a race for Red Bull this year
Fernando Alonso admits that his next move after he leaves Ferrari will likely decide whether or not he fulfils his objective of winning another world championship
Kimi Raikkonen says he has no regrets about his return to Ferrari despite his frustrating 2014 campaign so far
Romain Grosjean is refusing to rule out a switch to a team further up the F1 grid despite Lotus’ recent statement it is “very close” to confirming him for 2015
The FIA says the recent plight of Caterham and Marussia vindicates its push to introduce a budget cap earlier this season
Jules Bianchi’s family say he remains in a critical but stable condition in hospital but “continues to fight” against the injuries sustained at the Japanese Grand Prix
Sebastian Vettel has confirmed he is likely to start from the pit lane at this weekend’s US Grand Prix as Red Bull expect to make a full power unit change ahead of Saturday
Ex-Caterham boss Tony Fernandes says Formula One’s big teams should shoulder some of the blame for the downfall of the sport’s two smallest outfits in the last week
Renault says this weekend’s US Grand Prix has raised reliability concerns as it expects the high-speed Circuit of the Americas (COTA) to put extra strain on high-mileage components
Ferrari insists it has learned its lesson from the mistakes it has made with its car design this year
Formula Renault Eurocup racer Matt Parry completed a “phenomenal” prize McLaren Formula One test at Silverstone on Monday
A pair of British-Indian brothers who made their fortune in the steel industry are “very close” to securing a £55 million rescue deal to save Marussia after it fell into administration
Eric Boullier says McLaren is still fully focusing on the development of its 2014 car to extract the most out of the final three races of the season
Caterham and Marussia might not be the last teams to feel the pinch of the high costs of racing in Formula One, according to former FIA president Max Mosley
The news Caterham and Marussia will both miss the United States Grand Prix means the Austin race is set to feature the smallest F1 grid in nearly a decade
Administrators have confirmed Marussia will miss the United States Grand Prix in Austin after being called in to oversee the running of the team
Felipe Massa believes Kimi Raikkonen’s struggles at Ferrari this year are more down to the psychological impact of team-mate Fernando Alonso rather than any issue with his car
Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed Marussia will join Caterham in missing the US Grand Prix
Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed Marussia will join Caterham in missing the US Grand Prix
Caterham have been given special dispensation by Bernie Ecclestone to miss the next two races in the USA and Brazil after it fell under the control of administrators on Friday
Lotus will test a non-forked nose during practice for the US Grand Prix as it starts to gather on-track data for its 2015 car
Lotus is just a few finalised details away from confirming Romain Grosjean as its second race driver for 2015
The war of words between Tony Fernandes and the investment company that tried to buy the team continues as the chances of the team making the US Grand Prix next week look increasingly slim
Tony Fernandes has hit back at claims made by the company he sold the Caterham F1 team to, accusing them of not living up to their side of the deal
The group of investors that have been running Caterham since July claim Tony Fernandes still owns the team and is responsible for its uncertain future
Gene Haas says the first five years of his Formula One project will just be about surviving as he looks to learn from the mistakes of the sport’s smaller teams
Caterham staff were left locked out of their factory in Leafield on Thursday as the future of the team looks in serious doubt
Caterham’s current owners have threatened to withdraw their management and take legal action against previous owner Tony Fernandes after claiming the shares it purchased in July have not been transferred
Caterham’s current owners have threatened to withdraw their management and take legal action against previous owner Tony Fernandes after claiming the shares it purchased in July have not been transferred
McLaren has confirmed its sporting director Sam Michael will leave the team at the end of the season after he resigned in March
Red Bull says Mercedes should not shy away from competition by blocking a change in regulations to allow an additional engine update next year