Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed he is in discussions about holding a Mexican Grand Prix at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez in Mexico City in 2014.
Lotus technical director James Allison says the scale of the change teams face in 2014 amounts to a “tsunami” compared to the “ripple” of 2009.
The first Russian Grand Prix will get a November slot on the 2014 F1 calendar, according to the mayor of Sochi.
F1’s engine rules will have their biggest shake-up in a generation next year. Here’s a quick guide to what will change and what to expect.
The FIA has finalised the changes to the F1 regulations for the 2013 season and updated its planned rules for 2014.
The FIA has dropped a plan to cut F1 car downforce in 2014 as well as a proposal to make them run on electric power only in the pits.
Bernie Ecclestone has met with representatives of the Hungaroring to discuss an extension of the race’s contract until the 2021 season.
Having extended Felipe Massa’s contract for just one year, where might Ferrari look for Fernando Alonso’s next team mate in 2014?
Lewis Hamilton will end his association with McLaren after the 2012 season and switch to Mercedes’ F1 team, taking Michael Schumacher’s place.
Thailand is poised to become the next country to join the F1 calendar in 2014.
McLaren have confirmed Jenson Button will remain with them beyond 2011.
The French Grand Prix is set to return to the F1 calendar at the Paul Ricard circuit.
Ex-FIA and Ferrari engine designer Gilles Simon joins new engine manufacturer PURE.
Timo Glock will continue to drive for Virgin beyond the end of this season, the team has confirmed.
The FIA reveals 2014 rules changes including more powerful energy recovery systems.
“One of the exciting things for the future is the engine are going to come back into the equation.”
The FIA has formally approved the switch to V6 turbo engines in 2014.
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh backed the decision to change F1’s engine rules.
Fernando Alonso will remain at Ferrari until the end of 2016 after signing an extension with the team.
The first ever Russian Grand Prix will be held as part of the 2014 F1 season.