FIA race director Charlie Whiting expects F1 cars to lap more slowly next year despite having slightly more power.
Ferrari’s head of engines Luca Marmorini says the team is concerned about the planned fuel flow limit which will come into force from next year.
The FIA has ratified a plan to introduce a penalty points system in F1 from next year along with several other new rules.
Formula One teams will be allowed to test during the F1 season once more from next year, the FIA has confirmed.
Renault have revealed the engine which their teams will use during the 2014 F1 season.
Renault have indicated they will supply “up to four” engine customer teams in 2014.
Renault have confirmed Toro Rosso will use their engines from next season while Red Bull will remain their “development partner”.
Sebastian Vettel has had an early look at the future home of the Russian Grand Prix.
Force India will remain a Mercedes engine customer in 2014 and beyond, the team has announced.
The first Russian Grand Prix will get a November slot on the 2014 F1 calendar, according to the mayor of Sochi.
F1’s engine rules will have their biggest shake-up in a generation next year. Here’s a quick guide to what will change and what to expect.
The FIA has finalised the changes to the F1 regulations for the 2013 season and updated its planned rules for 2014.
The FIA has dropped a plan to cut F1 car downforce in 2014 as well as a proposal to make them run on electric power only in the pits.
Thailand is poised to become the next country to join the F1 calendar in 2014.
Ex-FIA and Ferrari engine designer Gilles Simon joins new engine manufacturer PURE.
The FIA has formally approved the switch to V6 turbo engines in 2014.
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh backed the decision to change F1’s engine rules.
World champion Sebastian Vettel has confirmed he will stay at Red Bull until the end of 2014.
The first ever Russian Grand Prix will be held as part of the 2014 F1 season.