Kimi Raikkonen will return to Ferrari next season, five years after he was dropped by the team.
Felipe Massa will leave Ferrari at the end of the year, he has confirmed on Twitter.
The provisional 2014 F1 calendar features a record 21 races and sees Mexico return as New Jersey is dropped again.
With Daniel Ricciardo’s move to Red Bull finally official, the first domino has toppled in the 2014 driver market. Who else will switch seats next year?
Daniel Ricciardo will take over from Mark Webber at Red Bull next year, the team have confirmed.
Ferrari will not make an announcement about their future driver line-up at this weekend’s Italian Grand Prix, the team has confirmed.
Kimi Raikkonen has his sights set on leaving Lotus at the end of the year, McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh believes.
Mark Webber gave a strong hint about who his successor at Red Bull will be in 2014.
The 2014 F1 season will be a year of profound change for Formula One with new rules, major driver changes and three new team-engine deals.
Mercedes have released the latest simulation of what Formula One cars will sound like after new engine regulations come into force next year.
F1 team principals don’t want to see the F1 calendar rise above 20 races as a potential 22 have been lined up for 2014.
Toro Rosso team principal Franz Tost expects to keep Jean-Eric Vergne in his team next year as he looks set to be passed over for the Red Bull drive.
Pirelli motorsport director Paul Hembery says the company plans to produce much more conservative tyres for F1 next year if they remain in the sport.
Formula One will return to Austria in the 2014 season according to a report in the Austrian newspaper Kurier
Marussia have confirmed they will use Ferrari engines as of next year.
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.