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Rubens Barrichello has not given up on a return to Formula One despite confirming he is considering a switch to IndyCar this season.
Former Formula One driver Gerhard Berger has predicted that Michael Schumacher will finally retire at the end of 2012.
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh has backed both Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton ahead of the 2012 campaign.
2007 world champion Kimi Raikkonen admits he doesn't expect to be amongst those battling for the title in 2012.
Caterham chief technical officer Mike Gasgoyne has defended the look of his team's car by describing it as a "sign of the times".
Kimi Raikkonen says he has found the return to Formula 1 with Lotus "very positive" after two days with the team in Valencia.
Marussia has announced that it will not be taking its 2012 car to the season-opening testing in Jerez on February 7.
Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz has warned their F1 rivals that world champion Sebastian Vettel will be stronger than ever in 2012.
The FIA have banned a ride-height control system being developed by Lotus and Ferrari.
Jarno Trulli insists he is not reading anything into reports that Caterham F1 are looking to replace him with Vitaly Pterov.
Jarno Trulli says that he is not interested in the rumours suggesting Vitaly Petrov will be taking his seat at Caterham.
Sebastian Vettel may be the reigning champion but Fernando Alonso believes he is yet to reach the same level as Lewis Hamilton.
Bruno Senna has tipped Williams to vastly improve on last season after his arrival as the team's new driver for the 2012 F1 campaign.
Williams has announced that Bruno Senna will join Pastor Maldonado in its driver line up for the 2012 season.
Nico Rosberg believes that Ross Brawn has what it takes to elevate Mercedes GP to the top of the Formula 1 rankings.
Paul Di Resta says Force India will have a good 2012 and says they can challenge Renault and Mercedes in the constructors' standings.
McLaren managing director Jonathan Neale believes Lewis Hamilton is ready to challenge for the F1 crown again in 2012.
Ferrari team boss Stefano Domenicali is eyeing double world champion Sebastian Vettel as a long-term target for the Italian team.
Robert Kubica has suffered another setback in his attempt to return to Formula One after breaking his leg at his home in Italy.
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali has labelled the 2012 season as "crucial" for Felipe Massa's future at the team.
Nico Hulkenberg has admitted he was delighted to have secured a deal with Force India after a disappointing season with Williams.
Fresh doubts are emerging over this year's Bahrain Grand Prix, with human rights groups calling for the race to be cancelled.
The French Grand Prix could be back on the Formula One calendar as early as September 2013, according to reports in France.
Former Ferrari racer Kimi Raikkonen has had his first experience of his Lotus car after he had his seat fitted at the team's factory.
Bruno Senna claims he is still without a team for the 2012 Formula One season despite being linked with a seat at Williams.
McLaren's Lewis Hamilton is confident the improvements made to the team's car will help his challenge for the world title in 2012.
Michael Schumacher believes his Mercedes team will be able to compete for honours in 2012 after a disappointing season last time out.
Red Bull have named Sebastian Buemi as their reserve driver for the 2012 season, just months after sacking him from Toro Rosso.
Force India ace Paul di Resta has revealed he would love another crack at double world champion Sebastian Vettel on equal terms.
Red Bull chief engineer Adrian Newey believes the team can improve further ahead of the Formula One campaign this year.
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