19th (4 Pts)
9th (48 Pts)
Carlos Sainz will drive for Renault alongside Nico Hulkenberg in 2018 - but only on loan from Red Bull.
Honda have responded to confirmation of their divorce from McLaren by announcing they will power Toro Rosso in 2018.
What to expect, and look out for, around the expected Toro Rosso-Honda, McLaren-Renault, Fernando Alonso and Carlos Sainz deals...
With Honda still struggling, the tie-up may sound unlikely. But it could yet make sense for all concerned in F1...
Amid the complex McLaren-Renault-Toro Rosso-Honda negotiations, one part of the equation is STR's driver Carlos Sainz.
Ross Brawn has confirmed F1's owners are actively trying to ensure Honda are not forced out of the sport as McLaren eye Renault.
A team-by-team, driver-by-driver rundown of who is under contract and until when in the F1 transfer market…
Highly-rated technical director James Key has extended his contract with Toro Rosso, the team have confirmed.
Sky F1 pundit Mark Hughes reviews the first half of F1 2017 for all 20 drivers. Who has shone and who has had a stinker?
Nico Hulkenberg and Kevin Magnussen have become embroiled in an extraordinary war of words after the Hungarian GP.
Daniil Kvyat is two points away from a race ban after being penalised for impeding Lance Stroll during Hungarian GP Qualifying.
Daniil Kvyat wants a decision on his future "as soon as possible" after Christian Horner suggested Red Bull will retain the Russian.
Christian Horner has indicated Carlos Sainz is available at the right price - but stressed Daniel Ricciardo nor Max Verstappen aren't.
Daniil Kvyat was involved in another first-lap crash at the British GP - but this time he hit Toro Rosso team-mate Carlos Sainz.
Carlos Sainz says he will welcome talks with Red Bull's bosses in the wake of a stinging response to comments about his future.
Helmut Marko says Carlos Sainz is "confused" and should "focus on driving" as the row around his Toro Rosso future continues.
Carlos Sainz maintains he is ready to make a step up from Toro Rosso after Christian Horner insisted the Spaniard would be remaining with the team in 2018.
Christian Horner has given Carlos Sainz a public rebuke and insisted the Spaniard will be in a Toro Rosso car next season.
Carlos Sainz says it is "unlikely" he will remain at Toro Rosso for the 2018 season as the Spaniard eyes a promotion up the grid.
Carlos Sainz has been handed a three-place grid drop for the Azerbaijan GP after being blamed for Montreal's first-lap shunt.
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