The Spaniard had been linked with a return to his former team but he insists he wants to stay with the Italian manufacturer
The next Grand Prix is the night race in Singapore
President Luca di Montezemolo hopes the uncomplicated Finn's return will provoke the necessary response from Fernando Alonso
Felipe Massa, Nico Hulkenberg and Paul Di Resta among contenders
This weekend will see the Hungarian Grand Prix take place
Justin Bieber struck a pedestrian with his car in Hollywood late last night, according to Los Angeles police.
The triple Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel has agreed a new contract extension with Red Bull through to the end of 2015.
Massa was involved in two identical accidents over the course of the weekend which saw him lose control of his car towards the end of the start-finish straight
Justin Bieber has called for tougher laws to control paparazzi after a 29-year-old photographer was killed by a passing car just after snapping shots of the star's white Ferrari.
After years of escalating tension between stars and the paparazzi, the news that a photographer has been killed chasing Justin Bieber's car had an air of inevitability. Celebrities regularly accuse the snappers of dangerous pursuits and harassment of families, while routinely members of both parties claim to be the victim of verbal and physical assault.
29-year-old man struck by another vehicle while taking photos of star's white Ferrari 458 Italia
If Fernando Alonso were to leave, German driver would be Ferrari's first choice
Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has issued a rallying cry ahead of Fernando Alonso's last-ditch bid to become Formula One world champion.
Briton’s triumph means that Vettel leads Alonso by just 13 points with one race left
Alonso to start Austin race from seventh on the grid
Fernando Alonso has conceded to being relaxed and focused ahead of his latest Formula One world title showdown with Sebastian Vettel.