Has Ferrari decided to stick with Kimi Raikkonen for another year, and leave Charles Leclerc at Sauber? If so, it could be bad news for another F1 driver.
Three Formula 1 drivers all have strong claims to a drive at Force India next year. And according to some, one seat could even change hands before the next race.
McLaren has confirmed Red Bull junior driver Carlos Sainz Jnr will join them in 2019, a move which indicates Red Bull has made a decision on its Formula 1 line-up for next year.
Fernando Alonso will not race in F1 in 2019, McLaren has announced.
Who will McLaren turn to if Fernando Alonso decides he doesn’t want to spend another season scrapping for small points? F1’s other Spaniard could be the answer.
Renault has confirmed Daniel Ricciardo will replace Carlos Sainz Jnr at the team in 2019, as RaceFans revealed earlier today.
Red Bull has confirmed Daniel Ricciardo will leave the Formula 1 team at the end of this season. As RaceFans previously reported, he will join Renault next year.
Daniel Ricciardo will leave Red Bull and join Renault for the 2019 F1 season, RaceFans can reveal.
Sauber team principal Frederic Vasseur says Ferrari third driver Antonio Giovinazzi is “on the list” as a candidate to drive for the team in 2019.
Valtteri Bottas will continue to drive for the Mercedes Formula 1 team in 2019 and has an option to remain with them for 2020.
Romain Grosjean suspects he may have missed his chance to win races and championships with one of Formula 1’s top teams.
Lewis Hamilton has revealed he was approached by one of Mercedes’ top Formula 1 rivals to drive for them next season.
Lewis Hamilton has extended his contract with the Mercedes F1 team. The four-times Formula 1 world champion will continue to drive for the team in 2019.
Force India co-owner Vijay Mallya says he wants to keep Esteban Ocon and Sergio Perez as the team’s driver line-up next year.
Red Bull and Honda are keen to agree on an engine supply deal for 2019 and will hold further talks at the next race, sources have confirmed to RaceFans.
Max Verstappen will remain at Red Bull until at least 2020, the team has announced after he extended his deal to drive for them.
McLaren has confirmed it will use Renault engines in 2018 following the conclusion of its troubled alliance with Honda.
Sebastian Vettel will remain with Ferrari for the next three years, the team has confirmed.