Felipe Massa believes Sebastian Vettel's time at Ferrari should not be classed as a failure.
Any Formula 1 team would be "very lucky" to have Sebastian Vettel in their line-up for 2021, according to FIA president Jean Todt.
Fernando Alonso says he has an "idea in my head" about what he will do in 2021 - but does that involve a dramatic return to Renault?
Watch the latest instalment of The Notebook during F1’s factory shutdown period, with Ted Kravitz.
McLaren boss Zak Brown believes Daniel Ricciardo is now convinced of the team's progress and future prospects
Will Vettel return? Is Alonso an option at Renault? And what about the only top team without a driver signed up for next season - Mercedes?
Mattia Binotto believes Sebastian Vettel remains "passionate" about F1 but does not know what the former champion will do next.
Renault are not expected to rush a decision on who will replace Daniel Ricciardo at the team for F1 2021.
Carlos Sainz will join Ferrari for the 2021 F1 season after signing a two-year deal to replace Sebastian Vettel.
The Sky F1 Vodcast panel discuss Carlos Sainz and Daniel Ricciardo's moves to Ferrari and McLaren respectively.
Ferrari are in negotiations with Carlos Sainz for the Spaniard to replace Sebastian Vettel at the team for 2021.
Red Bull's Christian Horner has reiterated that they are highly unlikely to make a move to bring Sebastian Vettel back to the team
Sky F1's Ted Kravitz analyses Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari's impending split and how it all came to this.
How the world of F1 has reacted to the sudden news that Sebastian Vettel and Ferrari are parting ways at the end of this year.
Sebastian Vettel will leave Ferrari at the end of the season after deciding not to renew his contract.
Renault boss Cyril Abiteboul says the team are keen to secure a new deal with Daniel Ricciardo for 2021.
Sebastian Vettel has his "work cut out" to secure a long-term Ferrari future, according to Sky F1 pundits Karun Chandhok and Paul Di Resta.
Sebastian Vettel is confident he will sign a new contract at Ferrari after being confirmed as their "first option" for 2021,
Williams have further bolstered their driver line-up by hiring F2 race winner Jack Aitken as their reserve driver for 2020.
Racing Point will be renamed as Aston Martin from the 2021 Formula 1 season after Lawrence Stroll bought into the British car maker.
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