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2016: A big year for F1 in Europe
For a sport that has plenty of pressing concerns on and off track heading into 2016, the expansion of the calendar to a record 21 races certainly could act as a counter-balance to F1's doom-mongers.
Azerbaijan to be twilight race
The inaugural European GP in Azerbaijan will be a twilight race after a 6pm local start time was confirmed for June's Baku event.
FIA confirms 21 races in 2016
The FIA, motorsport's governing body, has confirmed there will be 21 Formula 1 races held in 2016.
Mansell reveals Senna punch-up
What happens when two F1 greats crash into each other in the heat of battle?
Revised 2016 calendar issued
The start of the 2016 F1 season has been brought forward to March as part of a host of date changes to the provisional schedule agreed by the FIA.
2016 season to end in December?
The 2016 F1 season is set to be extended until December, the sport's supremo Bernie Ecclestone has revealed.
Lotus cars arrive at Monza
Lotus have arrived and are setting up their cars as normal in the Monza paddock ahead of this weekend’s Italian GP as speculation about their future continues to swirl.
Rachel's Diary: Spa treatment
The Belgian Grand Prix is a wonderful oxymoron.
Williams seeking solutions
Williams are determined to get to the bottom of why they often struggle with their front tyres early in races after the problem struck again in the Belgian GP.
Brundle: F1 enjoys Spa treatment
If I think about the weekend, three things immediately come to mind; old tyres, young drivers, and relentless sunshine.
Lewis: Nico is tough enough
Lewis Hamilton does not believe Nico Rosberg has accepted he is second best at Mercedes and is certain his team-mate will "come back and keep fighting" in their duel for the world title.
Grosjean: Podium 'unbelievable'
An ecstatic Romain Grosjean revealed Lotus's most optimistic pre-race strategy predictions had put them only fifth in the Belgian GP, after the Frenchman returned the team to the podium.
Pirelli hit back at criticism
Pirelli have hit back at criticism of the quality of their tyres, stating that they called for a set limit on the number of laps a tyre could do two years ago.
Lewis wins at 'weaker' track
Lewis Hamilton claimed he felt in complete control of the Belgian GP after inflicting another race-day defeat on Nico Rosberg, this time on what he described as a "weaker circuit for me".
WATCH: Ted's Race Notebook
Ted Kravitz rounds up all the news from the Spa paddock after the Belgian Grand Prix.
Button: It was embarrassing
Jenson Button has branded McLaren's Belgian GP an embarrassment after they languished at the back of the field.
'Lotus finances worse than ever'
Lotus' Alan Permane says 2015 is "the worst season we have had financially" and that the team would love to become a Renault works squad again.
Vettel launches Pirelli attack
A furious Sebastian Vettel launched a broadside against Pirelli after suffering the Belgian GP's weekend second high-speed tyre blowout in the closing stages of Sunday's race.
Red Bull turn heat on Renault
Christian Horner says Red Bull are waiting for Renault to confirm their commitment before making any plans for the future.
Masterful Hamilton wins again
Lewis Hamilton opened his biggest title lead of the season after claiming a controlled victory over Nico Rosberg in the Belgian Grand Prix.