For some drivers it can be difficult to fill the void when they leave Formula One racing, but that doesn't look like it'll be a problem for Mark Webber. After waving goodbye to the paddock in Brazil, the 37-year-old Australian is now looking ahead to the next chapter of his racing career, while also keeping one eye on his charity adventure event which gets underway in Tasmania on Wednesday
Mercedes has confirmed that its engine dyno is back up and running fully, despite a small oil leak fire on Monday night
The McLaren Technology Centre, headquarters of the Formula One team and their car manufacturing operation, can now be explored using Google Streetview.
Get a glimpse behind the scenes at the last race of 2013 as F1 said farewell to Mark Webber and V8 engines, and Felipe Massa parted with Ferrari at his home event.
Marussia may be celebrating its 10th place finish in the constructors' championship, but the quirks of Formula 1's commercial rights income structure means it will have to wait another year before a potentially big pay day.
Ferrari have denied a three-month old report claiming their F1 team has a budget of a quarter of a billion pounds, calling it "largely fantasy".
Whilst there's endless debate about who can be considered the best driver of Formula One's current generation, few would dispute that Adrian Newey is the greatest technical mind of his. Now, having added another pair of championships to his already unparalleled CV, Red Bull's chief technical officer has turned his thinking to 2014. In a wide-ranging interview, Newey addresses this topic and many others
McLaren boss Martin Whitmarsh says his team's fall from grace this season is proof that Red Bull's dominance of Formula 1 is not guaranteed to continue.
Ferrari boss Stefano Domenicali is positive his team has taken the necessary steps to be fighting for the Formula 1 championship next season
In the round-up: Whitmarsh wants Perez at Force India • Ferrari "picking off its weak points" • Red Bull switched focus to RB10 early
Sebastian Vettel equalled Alberto Ascari's record of winning nine race in a row and matched Michael Schumacher's feat of winning 13 races in a season.
Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber helped Red Bull and Renault give their last V8 engine a final blast.