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Caterham says it will race at the Japanese Grand Prix despite speculation goods were seized from its Leafield base by bailiffs on October 1
Kimi Raikkonen says he finally had the “good feeling” from his Ferrari he has been seeking all year in Singapore ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix
Simona de Silvestro’s hopes of becoming the first female F1 racer since 1976 have suffered a setback after Sauber ended her testing deal due to “financial reasons on her side”
Honda’s head of motorsport Yasuhisa Arai says there has still been no decision on McLaren’s 2015 driver-line up ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix
Honda has released the first image of its 2015 power unit ahead of this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix
Renault says it is “fully committed” to introducing a sixth power unit to its cars with many on the verge of incurring grid penalties
Kamui Kobayashi will retain his Caterham seat for his home grand prix in Japan,while Roberto Merhi gets another outing in Friday practice
Lewis Hamilton wants Mercedes’ recent vow to prioritise reliability until the end of the season to ensure his championship battle with Nico Rosberg decided on the track
Rob Smedley says Williams’ improved operational organisation and an aerodynamic upgrade for Japan shows the team is moving in the right direction for both the end of 2014 and next season
Fernando Alonso has no doubts Ferrari can overhaul Williams for third in the constructors’ championship before the end of 2014
Toro Rosso has confirmed Max Verstappen will make his debut F1 appearance in FP1 at the Japanese Grand Prix, three days after turning 17
Max Verstappen will make his Formula One debut appearance at the Japanese Grand Prix when he appears in FP1, three days after turning 17
Despite picking up just a single point in Singapore Eric Boullier thinks McLaren should focus on the clear gains it made ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix
Kevin Magnussen does not believe he will deserve to continue in Formula One if he gets dropped by McLaren at the end of his “make-or-break” rookie season
Caterham is already testing its 2015 car in and says it is “fully committed” to staying in Formula One
Mercedes has confirmed Nico Rosberg’s retirement from the Singapore Grand Prix was caused after a “foreign substance” contaminated the electronic circuits in his steering column
Vijay Mallya says Force India’s battle with the “great McLaren” this year speaks volumes about the team’s fighting spirit
Lotus will have significant changes on next year’s car compared to the E22 which has scored just four points in 2014, according to technical director Nick Chester
Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has warned Formula One that it should brace itself for some “drastic” changes ahead of next year
Sebastian Vettel believes an incompatibility between his driving style and the Red Bull RB10 explains his struggles in 2014
Eric Boullier says McLaren would need six months to enter a third car for the first race of 2015, less time than there is until the Australian Grand Prix next season
The team started by three-time world champion Sir Jack Brabham is planning a return to motor racing in the 2015 World Endurance Championship, over two decades after its last appearance
Force India’s Vijay Mallya says the prospect of a grid made up of three-car teams in 2015 exposes the “irrational” way F1′s revenues are unequally shared between its teams
Toto Wolff thinks a relaxation of Formula One’s engine freeze regulations could create more problems than solutions for the grid
Michael Schumacher’s 15-year-old son Mick says he wants to follow in his father’s famous footsteps and be a Formula One world champion after being crowned World Karting Vice-Champion
Toto Wolff and Niki Lauda have both lauded Lewis Hamilton’s performance in Singapore and said it shows why he is regarded as one of the best in the business
Jenson Button is confident he will remain at McLaren for 2015 despite ongoing speculation about his future
Lewis Hamilton says he and his father Anthony finally have the relationship he always dreamed of following the pair’s professional split in 2010
Marco Mattiacci does not want the engine freeze to be lifted because it will benefit Ferrari but because he thinks it will benefit Formula One as a whole
Toto Wolff says he would take no joy from seeing one of his Mercedes drivers win the world championship if it came as a result of the other retiring with a reliability issue
Eric Boullier thinks Red Bull used outlawed coded messages during the Singapore Grand Prix to help Daniel Ricciardo finish on the podium
Christian Horner says Red Bull will still let its drivers race despite Daniel Ricciardo being an outside bet for the world championship
Lewis Hamilton is wary that his new championship lead could be snatched away with one retirement in the coming races and has promised not to change his approach
Nico Rosberg says his retirement at the Singapore Grand Prix proves Mercedes has to make reliability a priority before the end of the year
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from around the paddock after the Singapore Grand Prix
Jean-Eric Vergne admits the two time penalties handed to him in the Singapore Grand Prix were the driving force behind the aggression which triggered his thrilling charge to sixth
Felipe Massa says he had to crawl home for fifth in the Singapore Grand Prix after Williams decided not to bring him in for fresh tyres during the safety car period
Daniel Ricciardo says he spent half the Singapore Grand Prix worrying a power issue would spell the end of his Singapore Grand Prix as he finished third at Marina Bay
Nico Rosberg says it was a “horrible feeling” when his car failed to start on the grid after his retirement allowed Lewis Hamilton to take the championship lead with victory in Singapore
Kevin Magnussen said a burning seat and boiling water supply meant his point at the Singapore Grand Prix was the hardest he has ever earned
Fernando Alonso says his tyres made it impossible to get close enough to attack Daniel Ricciardo after he settled for fourth at the Singapore Grand Prix
Kimi Raikkonen was left disappointed with his eighth place finish at the Singapore Grand Prix and said the result makes his performance look much worse than it actually was
Nico Rosberg says it was a “horrible feeling” when his car failed to start on the grid after his retirement allowed Lewis Hamilton to take the championship lead with victory in Singapore
Sebastian Vettel admits he was right on the edge with his tyres after finishing second after a safety car-enforced two-stop strategy in Singapore
Lewis Hamilton says he always felt comfortable about recovering from the safety car period to win the Singapore Grand Prix despite airing his doubts on the radio
ESPN rounds up all the reaction from around the paddock after qualifying for the Singapore Grand Prix
Jenson Button admits a mistake on his crucial Q2 lap cost him the chance of making the top-ten shootout after qualifying 11th for the Singapore Grand Prix
Felipe Massa believes Williams is now in a position to get a good result at the Singapore Grand Prix after resolving its Friday practice issues
Fernando Alonso thinks he can battle for a spot on the podium at the very least from fifth on the grid after a surprisingly competitive qualifying for Ferrari in Singapore