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Sky has confirmed its F1 race coverage in 2012 will be free of adverts.
The BBC will no longer show every round of the F1 season live from next year.
Sauber has confirmed Kamui Kobayashi and Sergio Perez will remain with the team for 2012.
Timo Glock will continue to drive for Virgin beyond the end of this season, the team has confirmed.
McLaren has announced Gary Paffett will remain the team’s reserve driver in 2012.
The FIA has formally approved the switch to V6 turbo engines in 2014.
Williams hire Jason Somerville and Mark Gillan to join Mike Coughlan in developing their 2012 car.
Jean Todt has said the 2012 F1 calendar will have 20 races instead of 21.
The Canadian government say Renault can keep their black-and-gold livery for this year.
The 2012 F1 calendar will contain a record 21 races as the United States Grand Prix is set to return.
Fernando Alonso will remain at Ferrari until the end of 2016 after signing an extension with the team.
Seats at Red Bull and Ferrari potentially up for grabs in 2011.
This year’s Turkish Grand Prix could be the last according to reports in the Turkish press.
Organisers of the 2012 United States Grand Prix have named their track the ‘Circuit of the Americas’.
World champion Sebastian Vettel has confirmed he will stay at Red Bull until the end of 2014.
The Japanese Grand Prix will remain on the calendar next year.
Vitaly Petrov has extended his contract to race with Renault for another two seasons.
The FIA’s World Motor Sport Council has agreed other F1 rules changes for 2011 and 2012.
The circuit design for the 2012 United States Grand Prix has been revealed. Designed by Hermann Tilke, the track incorporates sections similar to those at Silverstone, Istanbul and the Hockenheimring. It appears to be an anti-clockwise configuration.