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Lotus is heading to the Monaco Grand Prix confident it has made the steps it needed to with its qualifying pace.
Pirelli has played down talk that its change of Formula 1 tyre specification could be in breach of rules, or will unfairly penalise some teams
Mercedes says it cannot rely Monaco's lack of overtaking opportunities to make up for its race-day tyre issues
Nico Rosberg and Romain Grosjean are just two of the star guests who have been confirmed for the next FOTA Fans' Forum that takes place in Montreal ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix
Formula 1 could be set for a dramatic shake-up as the race to secure engine deals for the future hots up.
Ferrari has hit out at rival Red Bull's criticisms of the current tyres in Formula 1, saying it does not understand why it should feel 'ashamed' for winning races with aggressive four-stop strategies.
Force India's hopes of keeping McLaren behind it hinge on achieving double points finishes, according to deputy team principal Bob Fernley.
Lotus boss Eric Boullier has criticised the move by Pirelli to change tyres mid-season just because some teams have complained
Honda will be ready to supply more teams in Formula 1 in the future if called on to do so, with McLaren confirming it does not have an exclusive arrangement with the Japanese manufacturer.
McLaren believes its world championship challenge with Mercedes next year will not be compromised by its planned switch to Honda engines for 2015
Jenson Button is "thrilled" by Honda's decision to return to Formula 1 as McLaren's engine supplier
Honda's decision to return to Formula 1 was motivated by the potential for technology transfer to road cars offered by the switch to 1.6-litre turbocharged engines.
Honda has confirmed that it will return to Formula 1 in 2015 as engine supplier to McLaren
Takuma Sato has no plans to use this season's strong form in IndyCar as a springboard to push for a Formula 1 return
Toro Rosso now understands how to get the best of its car and can be a regular Formula 1 points-scorer again, reckons Daniel Ricciardo
Robert Kubica's Mercedes Formula 1 simulator tests are helping the team as well as assisting the Pole in his recovery, says the firm's motorsport boss Toto Wolff