Sergio Perez will remain at Force India for 2016, the team has confirmed.
Lotus has confirmed the announcement Pastor Maldonado will drive for them next year was the continuation of a pre-existing deal.
Pastor Maldonado will continue to drive for Lotus in 2016, the team has confirmed.
Formula One will have a new support race at next year’s Monaco Grand Prix, but recent crashes have called into question driving standards in the junior category.
McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says the team intends to retain Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button despite pressure on the team’s 2016 driver line-up.
Williams will retain its driver line-up of Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa next year, the team has confirmed.
Nico Hulkenberg will remain at Force India for the next two seasons.
Ferrari has announced Kimi Raikkonen will remain at the team in 2016.
Sauber has announced it will keep the same driver line-up for 2016 as Felipe Nasr and Marcus Ericsson will remain at the team.
Kimi Raikkonen will lose his Ferrari seat to Valtteri Bottas in 2016, according to Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport.
Dozens of drivers have gained from the FIA’s superlicence points changes – but how many of them are actually likely to end up racing in F1 in future?
Only drivers who rack up 40 superlicence points will be able to race in F1 from 2016. How many have already got enough? F1 Fanatic has crunched the numbers.
The FIA has overhauled its new F1 superlicence points structure which will now give credit to drivers who compete in touring cars, karting and other single-seater championships.
Azerbaijan’s first round of the Formula One world championship, to be called the European Grand Prix, will increase the 2016 F1 calendar to 21 races.
The FIA has vowed to ban ‘driver aids’ in three races’ time as the first step in a package of changes to overhaul F1.
Lewis Hamilton has extended his contract to drive for Mercedes for a further three years, the team has confirmed.
The Formula One Strategy Group has announced plans to make F1 cars at least five seconds per lap faster by 2017, when in-race refuelling will also return.
Lotus deputy team principal Federico Gastaldi expects the German Grand Prix to return to the calendar next year following its late disappearance from the 2015 schedule.
Haas F1 team, which will make its debut in the 2016 F1 season, has announced three key hirings to its technical team.
The FIA has introduced a new points system to decide which drivers can race in F1. Here’s who will be eligible to race in grands prix in 2016.