Williams has selected Sergey Sirotkin as its second driver for the 2018 F1 season alongside Robert Kubica.
Ferrari has hired former Red Bull and Toro Rosso racer Daniil Kvyat to be its new development driver.
Force India has hired Nicholas Latifi, who has previously tested for Mercedes and Renault, as its new test and reserve driver for the 2018 F1 season.
Williams has denied Oliver Rowland is in contention for a drive with them next year after the driver’s PR team issued a statement claiming he was.
Sauber has given the first glimpse of how its Alfa Romeo branding could look when it is backed by the engine manufacturer in the 2018 F1 season.
Ferrari junior driver Charles Leclerc will make his Formula One debut with Sauber next season, the team has confirmed.
Sauber has announced a new technical partnership with Alfa Romeo which will begin next year.
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost says they are likely to retain their new driver line-up of Brendon Hartley and Pierre Gasly for the 2018 F1 season.
Max Verstappen will remain at Red Bull until at least 2020, the team has announced after he extended his deal to drive for them.
Fernando Alonso will remain at McLaren for the 2018 season, the team has confirmed. Alonso said “it was always where my heart was telling me to stay”.
Force India will retain both Sergio Perez and Esteban Ocon for the 2018 season, the team has confirmed, despite the pair’s clashes this season.
Red Bull has loaned Carlos Sainz Jnr to Renault for the 2018 season, the team has confirmed.
McLaren has confirmed it will use Renault engines in 2018 following the conclusion of its troubled alliance with Honda.
McLaren and engine supplier Honda will part ways at the end of the 2017 season, the team has confirmed.
Renault has announced Toro Rosso will not use its engines next year in what is expected to be the first of several significant moves in the F1 engine and driver market for 2018.
Fernando Alonso says he has “very good” options for 2018 but wants to be clear about McLaren’s future direction before deciding on his own.
Valtteri Bottas will continue to drive for Mercedes in 2018, the team has confirmed. It will be his second year at the team.
Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff says Fernando Alonso’s “history” with the manufacturer is why he is “not a consideration” for a 2018 seat.
Sebastian Vettel will remain with Ferrari for the next three years, the team has confirmed.
Stoffel Vandoorne will remain at McLaren in 2018, the team has confirmed.