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Mercedes take front row as new rule limits communications between the teams and their drivers

Maria de Villota has died aged 33 just a year after being involved in a horrific crash where she lost her right eye

Maria de Villota obituary: One of a handful of women to test-drive in Formula 1

Formula One paddock in mourning after the former Marussia test driver was found dead at the age of 33

Kimi Raikkonen says he will compete in Korea despite an ongoing back injury troubling him in Singapore

F1: Back injury will not prevent Kimi Raikkonen from competing in Korean Grand Prix

The injury is due to a testing crash he suffered in his debut year in 2001 while racing with Sauber

Fernando Alonso has yet to win a world title for Ferrari, much to the disappointment of president Luca di Montezemolo

F1 comment: Why Ferrari have made U-turn over Kimi Raikkonen

President Luca di Montezemolo hopes the uncomplicated Finn's return will provoke the necessary response from Fernando Alonso

Felipe Massa joined Ferrari in 2006

Lotus in talks over new driver to replace Kimi Raikkonen

Felipe Massa, Nico Hulkenberg and Paul Di Resta among contenders

Williams Grand Prix losing the race to make a profit

Williams Grand Prix Holdings has performed better off the track than on it over the past six months.

it’s undeniable that a growing number of presenters and pundits have headed for the exit door in recent times as the BB C’s portfolio of sporting events continues to shrink

Sport on TV: Alan Hansen says no to extra time as he joins BBC exodus

Suggestions that BBC TV have ordered new signs for their sports studio(s) – whether they have more than one these days is unclear – which read: "Will the last presenter to leave the premises please turn out the lights" are, of course, mere malicious gossip, but it's undeniable that a growing number of presenters and pundits have headed for the exit door in recent times as the BBC's portfolio of sporting events continues to shrink.

A view of the Mexico Grand Prix, when it was last held there in 1992

F1: Mexico set to host Grand Prix in 2014 - but New Jersey misses out

There are 21-races on the proposed calender

Kimi Raikkonen

F1: Kimi Raikkonen eager to put Spa behind him during Italian Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel now enjoys a healthy lead in the drivers' standings

Lewis Hamilton will start on pole at the Belgian Grand Prix

Belgian Grand Prix: Lewis Hamilton reigns in the rain for Mercedes

Briton’s last-gasp effort pips Vettel to seize 31st pole of his career, and Di Resta and Button join him in the top six on the grid

A view of the track at Silverstone

Exclusive: Silverstone sold - paving way for redevelopment at home of British Grand Prix

The identity of the buyer is unknown, although believed to be a real estate firm

F1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone with driver Sebastian Vettel at last year’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

F1: Indian Grand Prix on the skids, says Bernie Ecclestone

The Indian Grand Prix is likely to be dropped from next year’s Formula One calendar according to the sport’s chief executive officer, Bernie Ecclestone.

Lewis Hamilton: Must get quickly up to speed on 'new' Pirellis after Mercedes' testing ban

F1: Lewis Hamilton fights to avert another tyre disaster

The Hungaroring will pose Lewis Hamilton and his Mercedes team their sternest challenge this weekend as they try to make up lost ground after being banned from testing Pirelli’s latest tyres at Silverstone last week.

Red Bull Ring

Austrian Grand Prix reinstated into F1 calender

Race will be staged at the Red Bull Ring - formerly known as the A1-Ring

Kamui Kobayashi waves to the Russian crowd before a demo run on the streets of Moscow

Kamui Kobayashi admits he wants a return to Formula One...then crashes a Ferrari at a promo event

Former Sauber driver does his quest for a return no favours at all when he wrote off the Ferrari on the streets of Moscow

The Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone indicted in Formula One bribery case

German state prosecutors formally indicted the Formula One chief executive Bernie Ecclestone on bribery charges in a development that appeared certain to place a question mark over the 82-year-old’s future as international motor racing’s supremo.

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