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Renault are keen to announce their 2017 driver line-up this month and have several different options to consider.
Claire Williams admits she would have "loved" to have had Jenson Button at Williams in 2017.
Felipe Nasr, Sergio Perez and Lance Stroll are the leading contenders to partner Valtteri Bottas after Felipe Massa's retirement.
Felipe Massa will leave Formula 1 at the end of the season after the Williams driver announced his retirement.
Claire Williams insists Williams will have an "exciting line-up" next year, although she refused to confirm their drivers.
Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa believe they are nearing resolutions on their F1 futures as Williams plot their 2017 line-up.
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Who have starred and who have struggled so far in 2016? Sky F1's Mark Hughes reviews all 22 drivers' form so far this season.
Williams have again talked up the prospect of a Jenson Button return in 2017 - but insist they won't be "waiting around".
The first part of a rain-affected Hungarian GP qualifying claimed Marcus Ericsson, Felipe Massa and Rio Haryanto - watch the carnage!
Jenson Button says rumours over his future remain "guesswork" until he makes up his mind whether to prolong his F1 career.
Williams deputy team principal says the team have "got to do better" as they chase third in the standings.
Williams say they are in talks 'with a lot of drivers' and have refused to rule out hiring Jenson Button for 2017.
Max Verstappen suggested Valtteri Bottas "wasn't thinking" when the Williams driver twice overtook him late in Baku qualifying.
England cricketers Alastair Cook and Stuart Broad and former England footballer Alan Shearer lead the Queen's Birthday Honours.
Lewis Hamilton has laughed off Felipe Massa's claims that he needs to focus on his driving instead of his party lifestyle.
Felipe Massa crashed out of Practice One for the second successive race after losing control of his Williams in Canada.
Daniil Kvyat and Marcus Ericsson handed three-place grid drops for Canada, but no further action taken against Kimi Raikkonen.
See how Felipe Massa's Monaco weekend got off to a dramatic start when he clattered the Ste Devote barriers in P1.
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