The FIA has published heavily revised rules regarding the use of tyres for the 2016 season.
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Toro Rosso has confirmed it will use 2015-specification Ferrari engines next year and retain its current driver line-up.
Red Bull will continue to use Renault engines in 2016 but they will be branded by watch manufacturer TAG.
Renault has confirmed its return as a full constructor in Formula One next year following its takeover of the Lotus team.
Formula One’s official tyre supplier has explained how the new tyre rules for 2015 will work.
The FIA’s World Motor Sport Council has approved a change to the F1 rules which will allow next year’s 21-race calendar to go ahead.
The FIA’s World Motor Sport Council has approved changes to F1’s rules regarding tyres and the Virtual Safety Car for 2016.
Force India has announced the signing of 19-year-old Mexican racer Alfonso Celis as their development driver.
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost says he intends to keep Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz Jnr if his team remains on the grid next year.
Red Bull will be at the first test of 2016 despite continuing doubts over its future engine supply, the team’s chief of car engineering has confirmed.
Esteban Gutierrez will return to F1 competition in 2016 after announcing a deal to drive for new American team Haas.
Jolyon Palmer will make his Formula One debut as a Lotus race driver in 2016, the team has confirmed.
Formula One teams will only be able to use current-specification power unit hardware during the 2016 season, the FIA has confirmed.
The FIA has revealed tougher rules intended to prevent drivers abusing track limits during the 2016 season.
F1 tail-enders Manor have secured a deal to use the class-leading Mercedes power units from 2016.
Jenson Button will continue to drive for McLaren in 2016, the team has confirmed.
The FIA has changed the rules regarding car exhaust in a bid to make the current generation of cars louder from next year.
The FIA has issued a revised calendar for the 2016 F1 season including an earlier start to the season and a longer summer break.
Romain Grosjean will join Haas for the American team’s first season of F1 in 2016.