Nico Hulkenberg will race for Renault in 2017, the team has announced, bringing an end to his three-year spell at Force India.
Drivers will be allowed to use more fuel next year but ‘stockpiling’ power units has been banned in the latest version of the 2017 rule book, published today.
Rolling starts behind the Safety Car will remain possible in 2017 despite new rules to increase the use of standing starts in wet conditions being introduced.
Nico Hulkenberg will leave Force India at the end of 2016, the team has confirmed.
Nico Rosberg had his first taste of Pirelli’s prototype wider tyres for 2017 at the Circuit de Catalunya today but the session was hit by rain.
Formula One has been warned it risks a repeat of the notorious six-car 2005 United States Grand Prix if it does not change its testing plans for 2017.
Drivers will have to increase their training programmes to cope with the higher-downforce cars, which will be introduced in 2017, according to Carlos Sainz Jnr.
Sergio Perez’s place in F1 next year has finally been put beyond doubt as Force India have officially confirmed he will remain with them.
F1 teams have warned they will need to hire more staff, increasing their costs, if the calendar expands beyond the current 21 races.
Felipe Massa is concerned Brazil’s round of the world championship could disappear from F1 as Germany’s race did last year.
Drivers will be unable to ‘stockpile’ power unit parts from next season. Further rules changes have also been announced by the FIA.
The FIA has confirmed it will attempt to use standing starts more often in wet races from next year.
The FIA has published a provisional 2017 F1 calendar but three of next year’s races remain subject to confirmation.
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Lewis Hamilton fears drivers will have to conserve their brakes with next year’s heavier cars even more than they have to at present.
Kimi Raikkonen and Pascal Wehrlein have sampled Pirelli’s wider development tyres for 2017 in test at two different circuits.
The Italian Grand Prix will remain at Monza for the next three years following an agreement between the promoters and Bernie Ecclestone.
Felipe Massa will end his 15-year career in Formula One this season, the Williams driver has confirmed in a press conference today at Monza.
Lewis Hamilton doubts Formula One’s rules overhaul for 2017 will succeed in creating cars which drivers can push to the limit.
The second half of 2016 is likely to see Mercedes continue their domination of F1 while their rivals’ thoughts turn to next season.