Esteban Ocon believes he has a chance of securing a 2019 Mercedes seat if he builds on his promising debut season next year.
The wait goes on to learn if Robert Kubica will complete a full-time return to F1 with Williams in 2018. But why the delay?
Daniel Ricciardo has opened up on the "most important" decision of his career, saying "there's a lot at stake" in contract talks.
Formula 2 champion Charles Leclerc will partner Marcus Ericsson at Sauber in 2018, the team have confirmed.
The Alfa Romeo name will return to F1 with Sauber in 2018 after the two parties agreed a wide-ranging technical partnership.
Eric Boullier has paid tribute to Jenson Button's "brilliant" contribution to McLaren as the Englishman cuts formal ties with the team.
Robert Kubica will be a "very good choice" for the 2018 Williams seat if he can prove his fitness, according to this week's F1 Report guests.
Seventeen-year-old Briton Lando Norris has been confirmed as McLaren's reserve driver for 2018, replacing Jenson Button in the role.
Felipe Massa has confirmed he will retire from Formula 1 at the end of the season.
Sky F1's Ted Kravitz and Marc Priestley debate Lewis Hamilton's future on the F1 Report after he won his fourth world championship.
Lewis Hamilton expects to sign a contract extension with Mercedes in the next month, saying it will be "quite an easy process".
Red Bull have defended their decision to part ways with Daniil Kvyat, saying the time was right to look to the future.
Daniil Kvyat will not drive for Toro Rosso again and he is free to find a new team, sources have confirmed to Sky F1.
Analysing Max Verstappen's contract extension, what it tells us about Red Bull and their future, and that of Daniel Ricciardo...
Max Verstappen has signed a new contract with Red Bull to remain with the team until the end of 2020.
Fernando Alonso will continue to drive for McLaren in 2018 after signing a contract extension with the team.
There are still some key questions in the 2018 F1 driver market with four teams yet to confirm their line-ups. Have your say...
Christian Horner says it's important to have "options" in 2019, but insists Red Bull want to keep Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen.
Williams have confirmed they will test both Robert Kubica and Paul di Resta in order to evaluate both drivers for a potential 2018 race seat.
Felipe Massa has questioned the worth of Williams' proposed test for Robert Kubica and Paul di Resta in a 2014 car.
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