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The deadline for agreement on 2017's changes for faster, more "aggressive-looking" cars has been brought forward to October.
With F1 set for a rules shake-up in 2017, Sky Sports Digital spoke to Pat Symonds who is helping come up with the new regulations.
The F1 field will be "starting from zero" when action resumes at Suzuka on Saturday after Friday's action was dogged by rain.
Rachel Brookes discusses Williams' chances of beating Ferrari in Japan with Valtteri Bottas and how he rates his 2015 performance.
Felipe Massa says Nico Hulkenberg texted him to apologise for their collision at last weekend's Singapore Grand Prix.
Nico Hulkenberg will be demoted three grid places for the Japanese GP after colliding with Felipe Massa in Singapore.
Williams chief technical officer Pat Symonds admits he doesn't know if the team will run Mercedes' upgraded engine during 2015.
Claire Williams says Williams must deliver a car Valtteri Bottas can win races in to persuade him to stay for more than one year.
Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas will stay as team-mates after Williams confirmed an unchanged line-up for 2016.
Predicting the line-ups of the F1 teams in 2016 after Ferrari retained Kimi Raikkonen. Cue the status quo or could there be some surprises?
Rob Smedley says Williams need to look at how they approach the start of races after early tyre graining issues at Spa.
Valtteri Bottas has slammed the “unnecessary” and “unfair” rumours which have swirled about his F1 future in recent months.
Felipe Massa is confident the majority of tracks left on the 2015 calendar will suit Williams after their point-less Hungary.
We look at how the drivers are faring in their intra-team qualifying and race battles in 2015 at the midpoint of the season.
Valtteri Bottas admits the speculation surrounding his future and a potential move from Williams to Ferrari is disturbing.
F1 is to take a three-month break ahead of the 2016 season after the teams decided to delay the first pre-season test until March.
Felipe Massa isn’t ruling out another strong weekend for Williams despite expectations the Hungaroring won’t suit the FW37.
Williams have admitted that they should have won the British GP but for a race-wrecking tactical mistake.
Jenson Button will delay making a decision on his 2016 future with McLaren until after the August summer break.
Valtteri Bottas says he “believes in the future of Williams” but has fallen short of committing his own to the team.
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