Lewis Hamilton has said that boosting aerodynamic downforce to lower lap times in 2017 is the "worst idea" F1 can have.
Lewis Hamilton began the season-ending Abu Dhabi GP in perfect style by setting the pace from Nico Rosberg in Practice One.
Christian Horner says Red Bull have signed an engine deal for 2016 and will be on the grid "unless something untoward happens".
Can Lewis Hamilton maintain his advantage as the sun sets in Abu Dhabi or can Nico Rosberg hit back?
Williams have signed Canadian teenager Lance Stroll to their Young Driver Development Programme.
Lewis Hamilton says his focus in the Abu Dhabi GP is fathoming the changes to his Mercedes car rather than beating Nico Rosberg.
Ted Kravitz and David Croft discuss whether F1 drivers should have their own individual strategists for races.
Jenson Button reckons Fernando Alonso has proved an even more formidable team-mate in race conditions than Lewis Hamilton.
Sebastian Vettel says Mercedes are favourites for 2016 but Ferrari have targeted starting next season ahead of the world champs.
Red Bull will run Renault's older engine in this weekend's Abu Dhabi after the French firm's latest effort disappointed in Brazil.
Fernando Alonso insists he has no regrets about joining McLaren because he is still convinced they can dethrone Mercedes.
Kimi Raikkonen admits he has been "pretty average" in 2015 and that his performance level is "far away from what it should be".
Sergio Perez believes he has performed better than ever in F1 this year, as he stands on the brink of outscoring Hulkenberg.
The FIA's proposal for a new, cheaper customer engine for 2017 have been rejected by the F1 Commission.
What still counts at Force India, Lotus, Toro Rosso, Sauber, McLaren and Manor in the season finale at Abu Dhabi.
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Jolyon Palmer says he is training harder than ever to be fully prepared for his F1 debut in Australia in 2016.
The titles may have been won but there are plenty of team v team and team-mate v team-mate battles still to be decided.
A raft of youngsters are set to be given their opportunity to impress at next week's year-ending tyre test at Abu Dhabi.
Jenson Button is unmoved in believing McLaren and Honda will make "massive strides" over the winter after a dismal 2015.