Ferrari have changed Sebastian Vettel's chassis for the rest of the US GP weekend after problems in Friday practice.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff believes Lewis Hamilton has "gone up a level" after the championship leader enjoyed another perfect day.
Max Verstappen approached Red Bull about signing a new deal with the former world champions, according to team advisor Helmut Marko.
Analysing Max Verstappen's contract extension, what it tells us about Red Bull and their future, and that of Daniel Ricciardo...
Lewis Hamilton made the ideal start to a potential championship-clinching weekend by topping a wet-dry Practice One at the US GP.
Max Verstappen is set to join Nico Hulkenberg, Stoffel Vandoorne and F1 debutant Brendon Hartley in taking Austin grid drops.
Max Verstappen has signed a new contract with Red Bull to remain with the team until the end of 2020.
Eric Boullier claims McLaren have the "best driver line-up" for 2018 after Fernando Alonso's renewal. But is he right?
Will both world titles be settled? Have Ferrari fixed their reliability? And it's all change at Toro Rosso as Sainz makes Renault debut.
Hartley reveals Marko phone call; Ricciardo on Max partnership and Horner comments; Alonso signs McLaren renewal; Hamilton's big decision.
Sebastian Vettel has insisted Ferrari aren't panicking and can still have a say in the fight for 2017's world titles.
Lewis Hamilton hasn't ruled out taking a knee ahead of the United States GP - but stressed he stands alongside the movement which has split America in recent weeks.
Lewis Hamilton maintained his perfect start to the United States GP weekend as he topped both of Friday's practice sessions.
Max Verstappen says he is considering "all scenarios" as the Red Bull driver weighs up his future options in Formula 1.
Fernando Alonso says he has agreed a "long-term partnership" with McLaren and wants to finish his career with the team.
Fernando Alonso will continue to drive for McLaren in 2018 after signing a contract extension with the team.
It's a journalists special on this week's F1 Report as Alan Baldwin and Rebecca Clancy join Natalie Pinkham to look ahead to the US GP.
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