Daniil Kvyat insists he has no fear about going head-to-head against Daniel Ricciardo next year at Red Bull
Felipe Nasr will race with No.12 when he makes his race debut next year as a Sauber driver
Both McLaren and Sauber have announced in recent weeks that their 2015 chassis have passed mandatory FIA crash tests
Bernie Ecclestone has been reappointed to Formula One’s board along with ex-Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo
Red Bull boss Christian Horner has warned his rivals that Adrian Newey is “still very much involved” in the design of the team’s 2015 car
McLaren team boss Ron Dennis has called on Formula One to look after its small teams but not by making ‘knee-jerk’ changes to the regulations
Romain Grosjean says he knows for a fact next year’s Lotus will be more competitive than his 2014 car
Ferrari has confirmed yet another of its engineers will leave the team at the end of the year as tyre expert Hirohide Hamashima prepares to leave Maranello
McLaren boss Ron Dennis believes he is not setting his team up for a fall by targeting F1 domination with new engine supplier Honda
High-profile engineers Nikolas Tombazis and Pat Fry have both left Ferrari as a year of blood-letting and reorganisation comes to an end at Maranello
Trophies stolen from Red Bull’s Milton Keynes factory earlier this month have been recovered from a lake in Berkshire, Thames Valley Police has confirmed
Lewis Hamilton says Nico Rosberg took the in-house Mercedes title fight “to another level” by what he still perceives as a deliberate mistake in qualifying for the Monaco Grand Prix
Daniel Ricciardo says he is relishing the added responsibility and pressure of being Red Bull’s older statesman alongside Daniil Kvyat next season
Former Sauber driver Esteban Gutierrez has joined Ferrari as the team’s test and reserve driver
Williams has appointed former Toro Rosso chief Steve Nielsen as its sporting manager
Williams has appointed former Toro Rosso chief Steve Nielsen as its sporting manager
Lewis Hamilton is aiming for a minimum of seven more years in Formula One and says there is no limit on what he can achieve now he’s a two-time world champion
Lewis Hamilton has been crowned BBC Sports Personality of the Year for his world championship triumph in 2014
David Coulthard won the 2014 Race of Champions in Barbados by defeating Mercedes reserve driver Pascal Wehrlein in the final
Bernie Ecclestone says the Korean Grand Prix was included on the 2015 calendar for legal reasons and admits its organisers do not want it to go ahead
Former Toro Rosso driver Jean-Eric Vergne failed to finish in his first Formula E race as Sebastien Buemi held on to take victory in Punta del Este amid late drama
Formula One chief Bernie Ecclestone says he is confident the Strategy Group can push through a change in engine regulations for 2016
Eric Boullier expects McLaren will face a challenge managing the expectations of new signing Fernando Alonso – albeit a positive one
Ron Dennis is planning to acquire a majority shareholding in McLaren by buying back some of the stake held by his fellow shareholders
Ron Dennis has tipped Kevin Magnussen to emulate world champions Fernando Alonso and Mika Hakkinen when he races in F1 again in the future
Fernando Alonso says McLaren Honda has to be realistic about its chances next year and that scoring podiums would be a reasonable goal
Fernando Alonso says McLaren Honda has to be realistic about its chances next year and that scoring podiums would be a reasonable goal
Bernie Ecclestone says he has a succession plan is in place, but insists he is not yet ready to retire or relinquish his iron grip on Formula One
Ron Dennis made no apology for the long wait to announce Jenson Button as a McLaren driver, arguing several factors – including the possibility of three-car teams – justified the protracted decision making process
Securing a contract longer than a single year was crucial to Jenson Button’s decision to stay at McLaren in 2015
Ron Dennis and Fernando Alonso insist they have put their bitter past behind them as they reunite at McLaren-Honda next year
Jenson Button’s F1 careerwill extend into a 16th season after McLaren confirmed he will stay at the team next year alongside new signing Fernando Alonso, as the pair were unveiled on Thursday
McLaren looks set to announce its 2015 driver line-up on Thursday after calling a media event at its factory in Woking
The GP2 calendar will remain unchanged for the 2015 season, with the 11-round season due to start in Bahrain in April
Felipe Nasr says he wanted to stay at Williams in 2015 but felt a full-time drive further down the grid at Sauber was the best option in the fast-moving world of Formula One
Williams thinks its success in 2014 is the perfect answer to those saying the cost of F1 prevents smaller teams from competing at a higher level
Bernie Ecclestone was disappointed by Sebastian Vettel’s attitude towards defending his title this year
Kimi Raikkonen admits there were many reasons for the 106-point gap to Ferrari team-mate Fernando Alonso this season
Sir Stirling Moss thinks Jenson Button should not have been made to wait as long as he has to learn whether he will remain in Formula One with McLaren next year
Jean-Eric Vergne will take part in the next Formula E race in Uruguay as he starts to carve a career outside Formula One
Renault insists adopting a split-turbo concept similar to Mercedes will not be a major factor in catching up with its rival over the winter
Niki Lauda says his no-nonsense attitude has at times rubbed the Mercedes board up the wrong way, but that ultimately he is the best link between the teams drivers and its management
Daniel Ricciardo admits his three victories for Red Bull in a year dominated by rivals Mercedes came as a surprise as he emerged as one of Formula One’s top drivers this season
Kimi Raikkonen believes new Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene is the “perfect” figure to lead Maranello back to success
Over 60 trophies were stolen from Red Bull’s factory on Friday night after a smash-and-grab break-in, in which a 4×4 was driven through the front entrance
Lewis Hamilton does not want a period of easy domination at the top of the sport and is expecting his 2014 title rival Nico Rosberg will come back stronger next season
Racing director Eric Boullier insists McLaren’s deliberations over its driver line-up for 2015 are not due to any problems but the team’s desire to make the right decision for its future
Ex-Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenciali has been appointed president of the FIA’s single-seater commission, replacing Gerhard Berger
Kamui Kobayashi is set to test a Super Formula car in his native Japan next week for Toyota Motor Sports
Organisers of the last Korean Grand Prix claim they were given no notice of the return of the race on next year’s calendar