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Updated as of Wednesday, Dec 13

Dec.12 (GMM) Former Ferrari engine boss Lorenzo Sassi is heading to arch F1 rival Mercedes. In July, Ferrari president Sergio Marchionne confirmed rumours that respected designer Sassi had been either ou...more »


Dec.13 (GMM) Chase Carey has admitted Liberty Media has a task to win over long-time F1 fans. The American and the American company have succeeded the long reign of Bernie Ecclestone, making changes this...more »


Dec.13 (GMM) Cyril Abiteboul says Renault's first priority for 2018 is reliability. Although Red Bull won three races this year, a late season reliability crisis saw tensions spill over with another Rena...more »


Dec.13 (GMM) Williams will finally reveal the identity of Lance Stroll's 2018 teammate on Friday. With Felipe Massa retiring, the once-great British team is the last on next year's grid to firm up its dr...more »


Dec.13 (GMM) Lewis Hamilton says he does not want to emulate Fernando Alonso in targeting motor racing's unique 'triple crown'. As Alonso tackled the Indy 500 last year, the Spaniard revealed that as a f...more »


Dec.13 (GMM) Lewis Hamilton says he has no desire to fix his relationship with his former teammate Nico Rosberg. As they bitterly fought for the 2014, 2015 and 2016 championships at dominant Mercedes, th...more »


Dec.12 (GMM) Toto Wolff has played down claims Mercedes is already eyeing Valtteri Bottas' 2019 replacement. Despite a solid start to his first year in silver and securing a new deal for 2018, Bottas is ...more »


Dec.12 (GMM) Sebastian Vettel has admitted Baku was "the worst moment" in his failed 2017 championship challenge. While Ferrari's end of season unreliability was arguably more to blame, German Vettel tak...more »


Dec.12 (GMM) Jean Todt says being appointed as FIA president for a third consecutive term was the result of having acquired a position of "trust". Although former rally driver Ari Vatanen earlier stood a...more »


Dec.12 (GMM) Pierre Gasly says he is hoping Honda's 2018 engine is good enough for Toro Rosso to score regular points. The Japanese manufacturer struggled so much since returning to F1 in 2015 that McLar...more »


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