The FIA is inviting potential new Formula One teams to apply for a place on the grid from 2015 or 2016.
Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, Nico Hulkenberg and Jules Bianchi conclusively had the beating of their team mates over a full season in 2013. But it was closer at other teams.
Sebastian Vettel and new Ferrari team-mates Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen will sit out Formula 1's forthcoming Pirelli tyre test in Bahrain
Caterham boss Cyril Abiteboul says Formula 1 drivers who refuse outright to help bring in sponsorship for teams are "almost irresponsible"
Formula 1's move to permanent numbers for each driver next season gives grand prix racers their first chance to develop an iconic number identity as their peers in motorcycle racing and American motorsport have done
Sauber has announced that its 2014 Formula 1 chassis has passed all the mandatory FIA crash tests
Mark Webber has driven Porsche's 2014 LMP1 contender for the first time at the Autodromo Internacional do Algarve in Portugal.
McLaren tend to have very good and very poor seasons in recent years. Their 2013 campaign was undoubtedly one of the bad ones.
A Formula One team never rests. And although last month's Brazilian Grand Prix still remains a recent memory, McLaren are already powering ahead with preparations for 2014. For their new driver, Denmark's Kevin Magnussen, it will be a particularly busy period. The newly crowned World Series by Renault 3.5 champion is gearing up for his maiden Formula One season by spending the winter preparing at the McLaren Technology Centre
In the round-up: No extra mandatory pit stop • Vettel slams double points rule • Doubts over tests • Whitmarsh sceptical over cost cap
World champion Sebastian Vettel has labelled the FIA's decision to introduce a rule that grants double points in Formula 1 finales as "absurd"
Yesterday's revelation that the 2014 season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix will pay double points has led to widespread derision among Formula 1 fans
Valtteri Bottas says he has no concerns about having to adapt to the 2014 regulations despite his lack of Formula 1 experience
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh fears it could prove impossible for Formula 1 to ever introduce effective cost controls.
Your nominations for the best overtaking move of 2013 have been counted. Now it's time to vote for the best out of the top ten passes of the year.
Formula 1 teams have overwhelmingly rejected the proposal to make a minimum of two pitstops mandatory rule for 2014
Yesterday's FIA announcement that double points will be awarded for the last race of 2014 was a worrying sign Formula One's dependence on gimmicks has become an addiction.
In the round-up: Hulkenberg convinced by Force India • Andretti would consider F1 customer car entry • Concern over 2014 engine rules
Teams and drivers will score double points at next year's final Grand Prix. The move is just one of several regulation changes announced by Formula One racing's governing body, the FIA, on Monday. Others include allocating permanent race numbers to drivers, a five-second time penalty for minor rule infringements, and - from 2015 - a global cost cap
Six teams will attend a three-day Pirelli tyre test in Bahrain from December 17-19, Formula One racing's governing body, the FIA, announced on Monday. Wet weather scuppered Pirelli's plans to trial 2014 rubber during practice at the season finale in Brazil and, as a result, the Formula One Commission have agreed to change the 2013 Sporting Regulations, on safety grounds, to allow the extra test at the Sakhir circuit