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Sergey Sirotkin will be a "surprise" in 2018 and should not be depicted as a 'pay driver', Williams have insisted.
Sky Sports will have all bases covered when winter testing begins in Barcelona on Monday, February 26.
Williams have revealed their 2018 car, describing the new FW41 as 'significantly different' to its predecessor.
Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo have revealed the crash helmet designs they will use in F1 2018 as they eye title challenges.
Toro Rosso have poked fun at Honda's critics with a spoof press release to mark the team's new engine successfully firing up.
'Launch season' for F1 2018 is underway after Haas become the first team to unveil their new car - and there's more to come.
Haas have denied they are against the idea of hiring an American driver but insist they are not yet ready to do so.
Jenson Button has criticised the decision to move the Japanese round of the World Endurance series for Fernando Alonso.
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Lewis Hamilton would be welcomed back to McLaren with open arms, team boss Zak Brown has admitted.
McLaren boss Zak Brown says the team want to be back in the spotlight in 2018 as they target a big improvement with Renault power.
F1's controversial new halo device can take the weight of a double-decker bus, according to Mercedes' technical boss.
Renault's Cyril Abiteboul has described Formula 1's reduced engine limit for 2018 as a "headache" the sport could do without.
Formula 1 will use 'grid kids' in 2018 after the sport decided to stop using grid girls before races.
McLaren have vowed to "be brave" in pursuit of a front-running return in F1 2018, as the team continue to tease a livery tweak.
Mercedes believe it is just a matter of time before F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton signs a new contract to re-commit to the team.
F1 races will start at 10 minutes past the hour in 2018 while the French GP is scheduled to avoid an England World Cup clash.
Formula 1's decision to scrap grid girls has split opinion - but returned the sport to the frontpages.
Grid girls will no longer be used in F1 from the start of the 2018 season after bosses decided the practice is "not appropriate".
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