Formula 1 news
Honda chief officer of motorsports Yasuhisa Arai is worried by how much other Formula One teams will progress in the 2014 season.
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh believes rivals Mercedes could be the team to beat next season.
The FIA have cut New Jersey, Mexico and South Korea from the 2014 calendar as they confirm the schedule will once again have 19 races.
Valtteri Bottas says he didn't speak to any other teams about a seat for 2014 because he wanted to stay with Williams.
Nico Hulkenberg will return to Force India for the 2014 Formula One campaign after leaving 12 months ago to link up with Sauber.
Ross Brawn has admitted he will evaluate his options next summer after confirming he will take some time away from Formula 1.
The Race of Champions event in Bangkok has been cancelled due to political unrest in the Thailand capital.
Mercedes boss Niki Lauda says he "would not be surprised" if former team principal Ross Brawn returned to Formula One in another role.
Michael Schumacher has revealed his shock by the gulf in class between Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber in 2013.
Force India's Adrian Sutil believes that changes to his car next season will help him to challenge at the front of the field.
McLaren's Jenson Button "still has it" despite a disappointing 2013 campaign, according to retired Formula 1 driver David Coulthard.
Romain Grosjean was delighted to receive confirmation he will drive for Lotus next year and is already looking forward to the season.
Lotus have confirmed that Pastor Maldonado has joined them as Kimi Raikkonen's replacement for 2014.
The organisers of the Bahrain Grand Prix have confirmed that the 2014 edition of the race will be held at night.
Formula one legend Michael Schumacher insists that he would be happy for Sebastian Vettel to surpass his records.
Esteban Gutierrez believes his form in the second half of 2013 shows he is good enough to drive in Formula One.
Mercedes have confirmed that Team Principal Ross Brawn is to leave the Silver Arrows.
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton admits he is already thinking about winning both World Championship titles in 2014.
Force India drivers Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil are still waiting to hear whether they will be handed new deals for 2014.
New Ferrari technical director James Allison says investments in technology, personnel and equipment will aid the team greatly in 2014.
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