The United States Grand Prix remains on the 2012 F1 calendar.
Mercedes will run their 2012 F1 car for the first time at the second pre-season test next year.
Pastor Maldonado will continue to drive for Williams in 2012, the team has confirmed.
Kimi Raikkonen will return to Formula 1 in 2012 with Renault.
Virgin have announced Charles Pic will race for them in 2012.
The BBC has confirmed which races will be shown free-to-air in the UK in 2012.
Robert Kubica will not return to F1 in time for the start of the 2012 season, Renault has confirmed.
Pedro de la Rosa says driving for F1 minnows HRT will be “a David versus Goliath situation”.
Pedro de la Rosa will return to F1 with HRT in 2012 with a two-year contract, the team has confirmed.
Building work has stopped at the Circuit of the Americas.
Lotus has officially announced it will be re-named Caterham in 2012.
The long-standing row over the use of the Lotus name will finally be resolved next year.
HRT has expanded its technology supply deal with Williams, the team announced today.
McLaren have confirmed Jenson Button will remain with them beyond 2011.
Ferrari chief designer Nikolas Tombazis says the team will take more risks with its 2012 car.
A look at how the 2012 F1 driver market is shaping up.
Jarno Trulli will remain at Lotus in 2012 having extended his contract with the team.
A Liberal Democrat MP is seeking an explanation over Sky’s controversial F1 deal.
If F1 is to make a success of new venues in India and America, it cannot repeat the mistakes it made in Turkey.
The loss of Turkey cuts the 2012 F1 calendar to 20 races.