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Ferrari boss Mattia Binotto has told Sky F1 the team will remain "active" in Formula 1's recruitment market.
Sebastian Vettel has reacted with surprise to rumours suggesting he is considering retiring from F1 at the end of this season.
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Williams have signed leading female racer Jamie Chadwick to the role of development driver for their F1 team.
Daniel Ricciardo has opened up on his driver market frustration after failing to secure a move to Mercedes or Ferrari last season.
Ferrari have replaced Maurizio Arrivabene with Mattia Binotto as their team principal ahead of the 2019 F1 season.
Lance Stroll will partner Sergio Perez at Force India for the F1 2019 season, completing the grid for next year.
Rob Smedley is leaving his position at Williams at the end of the season after four years at the team.
Williams would be "crazy" not to consider Esteban Ocon to fill their final seat in 2019, says team boss Claire Williams.
George Russell has revealed how an opportunistic phone call set in motion his appointment to the F1 grid in 2019.
Daniil Kvyat, axed from the Red Bull family a year ago, will return to the Formula 1 grid with Toro Rosso in 2019.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has admitted they are at a "crossroads" with their junior driver programme heading into 2019.
Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has attacked the "hidden agendas and lies" denying Esteban Ocon a place on the 2019 grid.
Ferrari have confirmed Kimi Raikkonen will leave the team at the end of the season with Charles Leclerc replacing the Finn.
Toto Wolff admits Mercedes would consider releasing Esteban Ocon from their young driver programme to help secure his F1 future.
British teenager Lando Norris will race for McLaren in F1 2019 after Stoffel Vandoorne was dropped for next season.
Sergio Perez is one of four drivers in contention to partner Carlos Sainz at McLaren next season, Sky Sports has learnt.
Bob Fernley has left Force India with immediate effect following the team's takeover by a Lawrence Stroll-led consortium.
Fernando Alonso has suggested he could return to McLaren and F1 in the future, but McLaren's immediate task will be finding his 2019 replacement.
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